2022 CANTAB Research Grant: Carotenoid uptake and cognitive and visual outcomes in Ghanaian children
We caught up with the 2022 CANTABTM Research Grant Primary Award Winner, Nana Aba Senuwah Ashon, who tells us how the grant will help to understand the role of carotenoid uptake on vision and cognition in Ghanaian schoolchildren.
Using CANTAB to understand the effects of omega-3, carotenoids and vitamin E on cognition
We caught up with Dr Rebecca Power from South East Technological University about how CANTABTM has helped her team to investigate the impact of specific nutrients on cognitive performance.
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