Australian Twin Registry: 30 years of progress.

  title={Australian Twin Registry: 30 years of progress.},
  author={John L. Hopper and Debra L. Foley and Paul A. White and Vincent Pollaers},
  journal={Twin research and human genetics : the official journal of the International Society for Twin Studies},
  volume={16 1},
The Australian Twin Registry (ATR) is a national volunteer resource of twin pairs and higher-order multiples willing to consider participating in health, medical, and scientific research. The vision of the ATR is 'to realize the full potential of research involving twins to improve the health and well-being of all Australians'. The ATR has been funded continuously by the National Health and Medical Council for more than 30 years. Its core functions entail the recruitment and retention of twin… CONTINUE READING
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