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Cohort Acronym
I-Share

Cohort type
General population-based cohort

Disease


Participant type
No diagnosis

Profile
Recruitment Period 2013-2018 
Sample size at start or planned sample size if still recruiting  
Estimated Current Sample Size  
Age at Recruitment >18   
Gender Male and Female 
Abstract

i-Share (Internet-based Students HeAlth Research Enterprise) is a new open and prospective cohort on university students’ health. Participants are registered in the first years of study initially with the Universities of Bordeaux and Versailles-Saint-Quentin many many other French universities are now participating. Students are followed up with yearly assessments.

The study sets 2 main types of objectives:

1. Evaluate the frequency and impact of several diseases that may have immediate or short-term consequences on health and well-being (e.g. stress and depression, migraine, sexually transmitted infectious diseases, etc.).
2. Biomedical research objectives on the determinants of diseases. We have set up a cerebral MRI study and biobank on a sample of about 2000 participants including DNA and RNA.

 
Country France 
Contact details
Institution name University of Bordeaux 
Website http://www.i-share.fr/ 
Principal Investiator (PI) Christophe Tzourio and Didier Guillemot 
Contact email contact@i-share.fr; PI Email: christophe.tzourio@u-bordeaux.fr; didier.guillemot@pasteur.fr 
Contact phone number  
Address Bordeaux Population Health research center (INSERM U1219)
University of Bordeaux
146, rue Léo Saignat
33076 Bordeaux cedex 
Funders (Core support) National Research Agency for Investments for the Future
European Research Council
Ministry of Health (PHRC) 

Variables Collected

Brain related measures: N/A
Funtional rating: Individual psychological
Anthropometric: Blood pressure, Height, Weight
Physical: N/A
Biological samples: N/A
Genotyping: N/A
Brain imaging: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Brain banking: N/A
Lifestyle: Alcohol, Dietary habits, Physical activity, Smoking
Socio-economic: N/A
Health service utilisation: N/A
 
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