Cerebrovascular function study

Take part in our study

Does acute oral epicatechin ingestion have a beneficial effect upon cerebrovascular function in healthy adults?

The research aims to investigate the acute effect of the flavonoid “epicatechin” (found in tea and dark chocolate) on cerebral blood flow and cognitive function in healthy adults. The research is being conducted as part of a PhD by Kirsty Roberts, which is supervised by Dr David Low, Dr Nicola Hopkins and Professor Dick Thijssen from the Research Institute for Sports and Exercise Sciences (RISES) in the Faculty of Science.

You will receive a £50 Amazon voucher for your participation in this study.

Please see the participant information sheet to find out why the research is being done and what it involves. For further information or to take part, please contact Kirsty Roberts.