Cambridge Brain and Behaviour Study – Volunteers Wanted!

Nov 14, 2019

The CamBABS team at Cambridge University and Cambridge University Hospitals is looking for men and women with classic CAH (either salt wasting or simple virilising) to help with their research.

They are conducting a study aimed at understanding how hormone exposure within the womb relates to brain structure and behaviour.

You are eligible to participate in CamBABS if you are aged between 18 and 45 years and you have English as your first language.

If you’re interested, download the flier here.

 

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