What if children could unlock a healthier future?
From 2021 to 2023, around 150,000 babies born in Victoria and their parents will have the opportunity to participate in GenV, no matter their background or location.
GenV will track the health and wellbeing of Victorian families to help solve problems like asthma, food allergies, obesity and mental illness.
This facilitated panel talk will allow the audience to learn more about this fascinating research from five experts representing different fields of the study. It will cover a broad overview about GenV, who will benefit from the research and how people can get involved – “every baby, every parent, for everybody”.
Following the expert panel, the audience will have an opportunity to have their questions answered.