The call for abstracts for Growing Up in Ireland’s 11th Annual Research Conference (21st November 2019) is now open
Two new reports launched today covering development in context across three waves of the Infant Cohort – 9 months, 3 years and 5 years. Reports available from our publications page
Pictured at the launch of the latest GUI reports are the authors, representatives from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and young helpers.
L-R: Dr Eoin McNamara (ESRI), Dr Aisling Murray (ESRI), Dr Anne-Marie Brooks (DCYA), Dr Clare Farrell (DCYA), Mille Palmer (age 5), Professor Emer Smyth (ESRI), Professor Dorothy Watson (ESRI), Professor Richard Layte (TCD), Professor Elizabeth Nixon (TCD) and Finn Grant (age 1)
You can now inform the GUI team of new peer-reviewed publications and completed postgraduate theses using GUI data using online forms. More details on the external publications page.
Pictured at the 10th Annual GUI Conference and latest Key Findings launch: Elizabeth Nixon (TCD), Richard Layte (TCD), Dorothy Watson (ESRI), Clare Farrell (DCYA), Alan Barrett (ESRI), Minister Katherine Zappone (DCYA), Emer SMyth (ESRI), Claire Finn (DCYA)
The authors of the latest Key Findings report on 9-year-olds Growing Up in Ireland pictured with Minister Katherine Zappone at the 10th Annual Conference, Nov 8 2018
Pictured: Desmond O’Mahony, Daráine Murphy, Minister Zappone, Eoin McNamara, Emer Smyth, Aisling Murray, Dorothy Watson
Minister Zappone opened the 10th Annual GUI Research Conference and launched the latest set of key findings from Cohort’08/Infant Cohort – Thursday 8th Nov.
Pictured here with helpers Niamh, Jessica and Leo.
Growing Up in Ireland interviewers are currently visiting members of the Child Cohort at 20 years. If you are a previous participant – even if you missed a wave – please get in touch