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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.

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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