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CamBABS is up and running and looking for healthy volunteers!

last modified Sep 08, 2016 12:49 PM
The team at the Cambridge Brain and Behaviour Study are looking for volunteers to help with research into hormone exposure in the womb and its effect on brain structure and behaviour as an adult. You will even get a picture of your brain!
Here at the GDRC we are conducting a study aimed at understanding how hormone exposure within the womb relates to brain structure and behaviour. It is possible that hormone levels during fetal development influence the structural development of the human brain which in turn influences human behaviour, and this is what we are studying. We have reached the stage where we are looking for healthy volunteers to participate - not only will you be providing valuable research for the University, but you will receive £30 plus a picture of your brain. For further information, visit the Cambabs webpage.

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