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The health and well-being of Sheffield's residents are linked to a wide range of different lifestyle factors.
In partnership with Sheffield City Council, colleagues from the SBS Department of Service Sector Management: Professor Peter Schofield, Dr Gill Pomfret and Jerneja Lesnik, are examining their combined impacts and would be grateful if you would take part in a short, anonymous survey about your lifestyle.
The study will help to advance understanding and identify opportunities to improve the health and well-being of Sheffield's residents.
Contact Nikki Dean Marshall: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The study aims to investigate the effects of tyrosine supplementation and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex on cognitive measures of behavioural flexibility as modulated by polymorphisms in a gene (COMT) encoding dopamine.To be eligible for the study, you must:
To book, or for further details, please contact one of the following (depending on which day you would prefer to attend the first session):
Sheffield Hallam University in collaboration with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are undertaking a non-invasive, ethically-approved study (part of a PhD programme), that is exploring the impact of exercise and physical activity on cardiovascular health in polycystic ovary syndrome.If you:
...then we would love to hear from you. If you are interested to find out more, please get in touch with Amie Woodward: email@example.comRead more about Amie and her research in our Meet Doctoral Students feature.
Sheffield Hallam University is undertaking an ethically-approved study, funded by Heart Research UK to explore the effects of e-cigarettes on the arteries and small veins in people trying to stop smoking. All participants will be randomly allocated to one of three study groups:
Participation in the study is free and assessments will take place in Collegiate Hall. Participants using their own transport will receive complimentary parking. For more information please contact Dr. Gareth Jones on 0114 225 4312 / HeartResearch@shu.ac.uk, or visit the study's website.