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Pilot Study of Neuropsychological and Psychosocial Measures in BP Oil Spill Community

Purpose

The purpose of the study is to find the best way to measure stress, worry, coping abilities, and thinking skills of people affected by the BP oil spill.

Keywords

rifapentine, stress, coping, worry, healthy volunteers

Principal Investigator

John Morris, Director, Emerging Pathogens Institute

Department

EMERGING PATHOGENS

Contact Information

jgmorris@epi.ufl.edu
3522737526

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