The testosterone and exercise study (TEX study)
Research team leader: Professor Daniel John Green
I am a human integrative biologist whose research focuses on the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. My specific expertise relates to novel imaging approaches to the assessment of micro and macrovascular diseases, including surrogate measures of early and occult disease.
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