About GUSTO &

S-PRESTO

GUSTO and S-PRESTO are major collaborative birth cohort studies involving academic partners across Singapore such as National University of Singapore (NUS), KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), and A*STAR Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS). By uncovering key findings on various health domains, we aim to empower the Singapore population to work towards a healthier next generation.

More about GUSTO

About GUSTO &

S-PRESTO

GUSTO and S-PRESTO are major collaborative birth cohort studies involving academic partners across Singapore such as National University of Singapore (NUS), KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), and A*STAR Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS). By uncovering key findings on various health domains, we aim to empower the Singapore population to work towards a healthier next generation.

More about GUSTO

Meet our Friendly Teams

Metabolic Team

“It’s a joy to see GUSTO and S-PRESTO children throughout many developmental milestones! Participants’ commitment over the years is genuinely heartwarming and rewarding.”

– Jesmin Peh, Research Coordinator

Nutrition Team

“Adopting a healthy lifestyle isn’t just about preventing illnesses, it’s providing a foundation for better quality of life. Let’s commit to nourish ourselves and our loved ones, so we can all thrive and reach our full potential!”

– Toh Jia Ying, Research Officer

Social Science Team

“How can we help children thrive in Singapore? We are curious how parenting practices and children’s psychosocial factors may influence long-term developmental trajectories. Thank you to all children and parent participants for your contributions!”

– Meryl Yu, Research Associate

MRI Team

“A true friend is one who knows you inside out. In a typical MRI visit, we care the same way about you as a friend.”

– Rachel Teow, Research Coordinator

Neurodevelopment Team

“It has been a privilege to be part of your growing years! While the human brain makes up only 2% of our body, it is one of the most complex organs. As we journey with you through adolescence, we look forward to unlocking the many unknowns on neurodevelopment potential!”

– Benjamin Chow, Research Coordinator