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Cross-cohort Harmonization Project for Tomorrow

Cross-cohort Harmonization Project for Tomorrow

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The Cross-cohort Harmonization Project for Tomorrow (CHPT) aims to leverage collaborations across large population-based cohorts and to facilitate interdisciplinary, cross-national research on the determinants and etiology of cancer and other major chronic diseases. The network provides resources supporting data harmonization and integration between the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP), and other Canadian and international cohort studies. Cohort studies invited to participate to this project had to meet the following criteria: having at least one follow-up or planned a follow-up within two years, having a sample size of at least approximately 50,000 participants aged 18 years or more, and collected data on chronic diseases and related risk factors.
Investigators Contacts
  • Dr. Isabel Fortier
    Reseach Institute of the McGill University Health Centre
  • Mélanie Fon Sing
    Research Institute of McGill University Health Centre

Networks

Acronym Name
CPTP Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project

Individual Studies

Acronym Name Study design Participants Countries
LifeLines LifeLines Cohort Study & Biobank Cohort 165,000 Netherlands
CLSA Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging Cohort 50,000 Canada

Harmonization Studies

Acronym Name
CHPT project CHPT Harmonization Project