Ever wonder how dense your bones are?
Volunteer in our study and find out!
The Bone Imaging Laboratory in the McCaig Institute is doing a study to understand how bone density and microstructure change over the human lifespan.
Who is eligible:
Male and female volunteers who are 80 years and older
What to expect:
Participants will be asked to complete some questionnaires, have advanced low-dose bone imaging scans of their wrist and ankle, and have clinical DXA scans completed, which include bone mineral density and body mass composition.
The entire study visit is about three hours. We will pay for parking or taxi transport if it is needed.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. Or call (403)220-4544