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21 July 2009

How flexible are you?

The University of Cape Town is looking for recruits for a study on genetic variation and flexibility. Do you fit the profile? Then get in touch with the researcher.

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The UCT Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Research Project is looking for recruits for a study on genetic variation and flexibility. Do you fit the profile? Then get in touch with the researcher.

Requirements:

  • Caucasian (due to genetic variation)
  • Between the ages of 30 and 50 years
  • Injury-free for past two years
  • 5ml blood donation (genetic analysis only)

Benefits to recruits:

  • “Gold standard” flexibility assessment
  • BMI assessment + information on associated risk of disease (optional)

Venue:
  • Sports Science Institute of South Africa, Newlands

Cut-off date:

  • 30 September 2009

Contact:

 
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