Data Sharing

Data Sharing

CCACE has made available summary results from recent publications; the download links are listed here.

When reporting results of research that utilizes CCACE data we request that you cite the original publication. By downloading these data, you acknowledge that they will be used for research purposes and that you are in compliance with applicable rules, policies and regulations. To protect subject confidentiality, we are not releasing sample allele frequencies.


Davies et al. Genome-wide association study of cognitive functions and educational attainment in UK Biobank (N=112 151). Molecular Psychiatry (2016) 21, 758-767; doi:10.1038/mp2016.45.


Harris et al. Molecular genetic contributions to self-rated health. International Journal of Epidemiology (2016). doi:10.1093/ije/dyw219



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LBC1936 to be on BBC1

Bill Turnbull visits CCACE and LBC1936 study to film for a new BBC1 series. Click here for more

Genetic contribution to self-reported tiredness

CCACE researchers have found that genes may contribute in a small but significant way to why certain people tire easily or suffer from low energy levels.

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CCACE 2017 Seminar Series

Prof David Bell, Economics, Stirling University

"The challenges of setting up a longitudinal panel study of ageing in Scotland"

21st February, 5pm

Click here for the full 2017 seminar programme 

CCACE Software and Resources

 Click here to access our freely available CCACE software and resources for:

Guide to systematic reviews and meta-analysis / R programming script / Deary-Liewald Reaction Time Test / summary results for data sharing