Participate

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At any one time, there may be several IMSR research projects that are actively recruiting people to take part in their studies. Sometimes the projects are looking for specific groups of people, for example, women with polycystic ovary syndrome, whereas at other times we are recruiting almost anyone who may be interested in taking part. This varies on a case by case basis depending on the nature of the project.

Below we list some of the IMSR projects that are currently recruiting study participants. If you are interested in being a research participant, get in touch with the study contact associated with the project of interest. They will be able to tell you more about the project, whether you are eligible to take part and what compensation may be available, if any.

IMSR Participation Opportunities:

DAISy-PCOS

The DAISy-PCOS study is recruiting women with diagnosed or suspected polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) to take part in research investigating metabolic health. The study hopes to identify potential biomarkers to better predict in future which women are more at risk of developing other metabolic diseases, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. Recruitment is open in Birmingham, as well as several other sites across the UK. For more details please visit this page, or get in touch with Dr Punith Kempegowda p.kempegowda@bham.ac.uk if you have further questions. **There may be pauses in recruitment due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but please still get in touch as researchers will be able to contact you once recruitment is back open.**

Map of current DAISy-PCOS research locations (there may be more added soon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


If you are an IMSR researcher who would like to advertise your study here, please get in touch with c.d.t.gillett@bham.ac.uk. Send a short paragraph describing the project, recruitment period and geographic zone, eligibility requirements and contact details. Sorry, but we will not advertise research projects that are not directly associated with the IMSR.