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From left: Abda Mahmood, Claire Sexton, Vyara Valkanova, Rita Haapakoski-Helldan, Enikő Zsoldos, Klaus Ebmeier, Mika Kivimäki, Archana Singh-Manoux, Charlotte Allan; [away (probably imaging): Clare Mackay, Nico Fillipini, Anya Topiwala, Steve Smith; John Geddes (talking in the US); and Rocio Eguia (taking picture)]

Whitehall imaging sub study welcomes its 200th participant

The Whitehall Imaging Sub-study is a sub-study of Whitehall II ("Stress and Health" Study), combining its rich longitudinal data set with cutting edge MRI brain imaging methods at the University of Oxford. The project began in January this year, receiving its first participant in April 2012. It will image a total of 800 Whitehall II participants by the end of 2016, making it a unique epidemiological imaging study of its kind.

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