The SchooBE Study
The SchooBe Study
also known as
The (DIAD) Study:
Detroit Intergenerational Adversity & Development study
The DIAD Study (formerly SchooBe Study) investigates how childhood experiences influence health and development. The study began in 1988, when pregnant women who obtained prenatal care at Hutzel Hospital agreed to participate in a pregnancy study. Their children then went on to participate in the SchooBE study over several years. They completed study visits at Wayne State University around ages 7, 14, and 19 years old.
Participants in this study have made important contributions to science. By continuing to participate in the new SchooBE study, participants can help us identify new ways to improve medical care and public policy. If you are a participant in the SchooBE study, our study staff are happy to discuss any questions about continued participation in the study.
University Health Center
Dr. Virginia Delaney-Black
A neonatologist in Detroit, Michigan and affiliated with Children's Hospital of Michigan, Dr. Virginia Delaney-Black received her medical degree from Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and has been in practice for more than 20 years. She has been a Principal Investigator of the SchooBE Study for many years.
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We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about participating and are looking forward to connecting with you and your family once again!
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Detroit Trauma Project
3901 Chrysler Drive
Detroit, MI 48102