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Important aspects of research include increasing our understanding of the prevalence of TS, the quality of life among people affected by TS and risk and protective factors associated with the impact of TS. Results from research are used to increase public understanding as well as improving the lives and health outcomes of people affected by TS.

Due to the coronavirus, UK universities are closed until further notice and therefore researchers are no longer able to conduct face to face research.  As a result many of the current research projects are on hold; however we encourage you where possible to get involved with the online research studies which are still active.  Plese visit our current research projects page for further information.

 

Current research projects

Find out about current research projects for young people and adults who are still recruiting for participants.

Previous research projects

Read about previous research projects, including summaries of results 

Spotlight on researchers

Short interviews and videos of the researchers behind the projects

""Taking part in research was quite an interesting and even enjoyable experience""

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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