Volunteers wanted for nutrition research at the Medical Research Council


02-10-2009

A team at the Medical Research Council is looking for female volunteers to take part in a study aimed at finding out the effects of carbohydrates on the nation’s health.

The SuB Study is a five- hour investigation into developing indicators of sucrose intake using a sugary drink.

If you are female, aged 25-40, able to spare five hours over two days, and a non-smoker, you can find out more by downloading the document (below), emailing Owen Mugridge (Owen.Mugridge@mrc-hnr.cam.ac.uk) or calling the volunteer hotline on 01223 437611.

You will be paid reasonable travel expenses and an honoraria of £50 on completion of the study.

 

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