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. If you have confirmed or suspected PCOS and interested to take part in the study, please email email@example.com – many thanks!
Latest from the DAISy-PCOS Blog
We are excited to let you know that members of the DAISy-PCOS leaders and research team will be at the Mela Festival over Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of August! The Sandwell & Birmingham Mela is the biggest South Asian music festival in Europe. Music, dance, food, arts and crafts bring the sights, sounds and … Continue reading Meet us at the Mela!
We are super excited to be able to run face-to-face activities again, after the challenges of the pandemic these past 2 years. Our research team and DAISY-PCOS Leaders will be hosting a stall at CoCoMad Festival in Cotteridge Park this July 2nd, 2022. This is a community festival perfect for families and gatherings of friends. … Continue reading DAISY-PCOS at CoCoMad Festival 2022!
Happy International Women’s Day from the DAISy-PCOS team. We believe women are important to research every day of the year, but we want to use IWD2022 to highlight the work of some of our researchers and encourage you to also consider how you can support women’s health research. Video about the DAISY-PCOS project and some … Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day: Watch our videos!