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BRAINED

Start date:
April 2018
Co-ordinated by:
Neurosurgery Department, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh
Main trial site:
Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

 

Blood samples will be assessed using infrared spectroscopy as part of a project looking at tumour biomarkers to ascertain whether people most at risk of having a brain tumour can be correctly identified.

This is a tissue governance project aiming to recruit 600 participants in order to inform a larger trial.

Research Team

Rachel O'Brien

Lead Research Nurse

Adam Lloyd

PhD Student & Senior Research Nurse

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