DAISy-PCOS is an acronym for: Dissecting Androgen excess and metabolic dysfunction – an Integrated SYstems approach to PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome.
DAISy-PCOS is a new research study which examines the metabolic nature of PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and its links to other health conditions. On this site you can find out more about PCOS, as well as explore this research project and our public engagement activities further – including how you can get involved.
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We are now actively recruiting for DAISy-PCOS study with centres in Birmingham and several other cities in the UK and Ireland. DAISy-PCOS is a research study that investigates how male hormones contribute to the increased risk of metabolic disease in PCOS – more here: https://daisypcos.com.
If you have confirmed or suspected PCOS and interested to take part in the study, please email email@example.com – many thanks!
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Power of the Patient Voice [11 am – 12 noon] Register for this free event HERE. At the Institute of Metabolism & Systems Research (IMSR) at the University of Birmingham, we are committed to engaging and involving patients and their support networks in our research. We firmly believe that lived experience perspectives can be invaluable in prioritizing and … Continue reading Mark your diary: 2 PCOS events on June 19th!
Join the University of Birmingham PCOS Society (PCOSoc) for a 21 day fitness challenge. No equipment needed, you can do activities indoors or outdoors and very little space is needed. You can also break up your activities throughout the day to make them more manageable. Get involved by signing up here. PCOSoc was set up … Continue reading Join us for the UoB PCOSoc 21 Day Fitness Challenge!
The DAISy-PCOS Leadership team are involved with two events for International Women’s Day. PCOS at the Intersections will ask: Does race impact the way we experience PCOS? Do Women of Colour feel represented within the healthcare or advocacy space? About this Event Our understanding of PCOS is very limited, whether that be medically, or in … Continue reading IWD2021: PCOS at the Intersections