June 19, 2014

Caucasian women needed for SWAB study

Looking for non-Hispanic white/caucasian women age 19 and older with a BMI at or above 30 who don't smoke and are not currently pregnant. The SWAB study works to understand whether there are differences in bacteria between black and white women based on race and if stress and weight are contributing factors. Study consists of a total of primarily questionnaires, basic measurements, and saliva and stool sample collection. Two visits total. Please contact us if you have any questions or are interested in learning more: Helen Kidane - (205) 934-6329 - hkidane@uabmc.edu

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