Research study: are you a female between the ages on 30-60 with a BRCA gene mutation?

AT THE LABORATORY OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE AND WOMEN’S HEALTH, WE ARE REACHING OUT  TO THE COMMUNITY TO BETTER UNDERSTAND AND IMPROVE WOMEN’S HEALTH FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

 

PURPOSE OF OUR RESEARCH

Our team is conducting research to examine how estrogen levels affect attention and memory in women with a BRCA gene mutation.  Our goal is to better understand the importance of estrogens for women’s health. We also want to give back to the community by using our study results to help improve women’s healthcare services.

 

ELIGIBILITY

-  You are a pre-menopausal woman between the ages of 30-60

-  You carry a BRCA1/2 gene mutation

-  You are fluent in English

- Apply before the year 2020

We will provide compensation for your time and transportation fees.

 

For more information, contact our Research Coordinator, Laurice Karkaby, at the Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Women’s Health, University of Toronto.

Telephone: 416-978-6582
Email: estrogens.cognition@psych.utoronto.ca
Website: http://psych.utoronto.ca/users/einstein/