br Support for work br Oonagh Griffin is a recipient
Support for work
Oonagh Griffin 3X FLAG Peptide a recipient of a training fellowship from Health Research Board, Ireland (HPF -2015-977)
We would like to thank Dr Carla Prado, Dr Jingjie Xiao, and Taiwo Olobatuyi at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada for sharing their time, training and expertise in CT-based body composition analysis techniques.
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