Thanks for being part of the Raine Study in 2022. Ahead of a momentous 2023, we wanted to share some important year-end deadlines and information.
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Season's Greetings from everyone at the Raine Study to all our researchers!
The Raine Study team wishes you a very merry festive season, good health, happiness and a relaxing break. We look forward to working with you on more life-changing research in 2023.
The Raine Study office will be closed for the Christmas and New Year holiday break from Friday 23 December 2022. It will re-open on Monday 9 January 2023 with minimal staff as many of our team will be taking annual leave throughout the month of January.

If you have any questions please email and we will respond when we return on/after 9 January.

New projects submitted during the December/January shutdown period will not be approved before early February. Following that, the standard 6-8 week time period needed for project approvals will apply.

If your project application is related to a grant/fellowship application, please factor in this turnaround time to ensure that your project receives the required Raine Study approval before the submission deadline.

Data access requests submitted via our online submissions system ROSS during the December/January shutdown may not be completed until late January.

The first Scientific Management Committee meeting for 2023 will be held on Thursday 19 January.

The first Scientific Review Committee meeting will be held on Thursday 23 February , and 3-monthly after that.

For a full description of the project and data access request approval process, please visit the Researchers FAQ section of our website.
Picture of Gen2 and Gen3 Raine Study participants
The Generations follow-up (Gen1-33 and Gen2-33 Year Follow-Up) is planned to commence in March 2023.

We are recalling both the Gen1 (the parents of those born into the study) and Gen2 (the babies  born into the study from 1989-1992) participants. The official name of this follow-up will be the Generations Follow-up (Gen1-33 and Gen2-33 year).

Collecting consistent samples from two generations will open up many new avenues for future research using Raine Study data, which in turn will add significantly to the ongoing value of the Raine Study to researchers in Australia and around the world. Find out more.
Did you attend the Raine Study Symposium this year?
In case you missed it - or even if you did manage to make it there - please check out the new Symposium 2022 resource page on our website. Here you'll be able to access video, presentations and slides from selected presenters, view photo gallery and access the event program with speaker abstracts.
  • Keynote speakers
    • The Honourable Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for Medical Research, Volunteering, Innovation and ICT.
    • Professor John Newnham AO, the Australian Preterm Birth Prevention Alliance
    • Professor Desiree Silva, ORIGINS Project
    • A/Prof Rebecca Glauert, The Raine Study
  • People’s Choice Presentations
  • Perspectives from an Early Career Researcher
  • And much more!
Save the date for our next Symposium event, which will be held on Thursday 26 October 2023 at the University Club of Western Australia. 
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