Join a current study

Are you a twin or triplet? A very precious gift that only you can give is the donation of your time to a twin study. By participating in twin studies, you'll be helping researchers to better understand what contributes to our health and happiness.

Below are our latest studies seeking twins and triplets. You'll find there are many ways to get involved - and often it is as simple as completing a questionnaire but this can be invaluable to research.

If you are interested in any, please click on the individual study link. We'll get back to you with further details. If you'd like to be alerted when a new study begins, please contact us. TRA and our researchers appreciate your time and interest.

This project is investigating how temperament develops over time, with a particular focus ....
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The Global Twins and Multiples Priority Setting Partnership aims to bring twins, multipl ....
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Many studies have shown that exercise has many beneficial effects in terms of preventing h ....
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Is there a link between the amount of physical activity and whether or not someone develop ....
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People quickly decide another person’s character from just looking at their face and the ....
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Many studies have shown that singing is good for us. By understanding the genetic and envi ....
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This project aims to explore the impact of parental mental health on child mental health o ....
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A known predictor in brain ageing is 'plaques' which contain the amyloid protein. It is no ....
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This project aims to understand better the roles of childhood, adolescence and epigenetics ....
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It is believed that inherited heart defects can predispose sufferers to AF but what genes ....
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The purpose of the study is to understand how bone structure changes during menopause and ....
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In an exciting new development, researchers from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and ....
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This project will investigate the value of a sleep quality program in people with low back ....
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The Health and Lifestyle Questionnaire will be used to help research. It is a questionnair ....
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