There is widespread agreement that children’s health and conditions in childhood structure outcomes in later life. Improving child health and development is central to addressing entrenched inequalities in adult health, to reducing the increasing burden of adult chronic disease and ensure ageing and resilience.
Using everything from next-generation genetic sequencing to powerful clinical diagnostics and treatments, Liverpool’s research transforms millions of lives on a local, national and global scale.
The University of Liverpool’s three world-class Faculties have joined the forces of over 150 research staff under a common goal: to improve the health and wellbeing of babies and children, and the adults they will become.
Health is defined as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being.
World Health Organisation