Marywood University Human Physiology Lab seeks participants for research study


For Abington Journal



SCRANTON — Marywood University’s human physiology lab seeks participants for a research study to determine the effects of chlorgenic acid (a component of green coffee beans) and guayusa (a plant-based tea extract) on blood sugar levels.

For details and to see if you qualify to participate, contact Deanne Garver, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, at 570-348-6211, ext. 2564 or dgarver@marywood.edu, or Kathy Uhranowsky, R.N., Human Physiology Lab manager, at 570-340-6069 or kuhranowsky@marywood.edu.

This study has been approved by the Marywood University Institutional Review Board.

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