Volunteers with amblyopia/lazy eye wanted for binocular vision study

Location:

South East

Contract:

Volunteer

Closing date:

7 September 2020

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Are you aged 18-45, have amblyopia or have a lazy eye, had previous patching therapy or squint surgery and want to volunteer for research? We would like to invite you to take part in our study on how binocular vision relates to brain chemistry. Participants will be reimbursed for their time. You may be involved in up to three visits to the John Radcliffe Hospital or the Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, in Oxford. You will be asked about your medical history to ensure suitability for MRI-scanning.

This study involves no blood samples or other invasive tests.

For further information, with no obligation to participate, please contact Dr Betina Ip at vision.study@dpag.ox.ac.uk.

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Name:

Betina Ip

Closing date:

7 September 2020

If you would like us to list your research opportunity here, please contact us.

 

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