Category Archive: Citizen Science Foundation

Dec 26

One Year, Not Five

We have some powerful news today – we now have it on strong authority that the followup time for the LMHR Measurement Project will be more than sufficient at one year, not five. Spencer, Tommy, and I have been consulting many people both individually and together, including a very high level imaging expert. And we’re now …

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Dec 17

Incredible! New Contributor Will Match CSF Funds When Reaching $100,000!

[This is a sharing of the original article from our sister CitizenScienceFoundation.org site] Click Here to Contribute to the Project I’m beyond ecstatic to announce a new anonymous donor has come forward and is offering to match our total donations once we reach $100,000! As of this writing, we’re sitting at $66,150, which means we …

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Nov 15

Three weeks – $50,000 Funding Benchmark Reached and Counting

Click here to contribute to the project I’m extremely proud to announce we met and surpassed the $50,000 benchmark I set as our starting point at Low Carb Houston exactly three weeks ago today. Words cannot express the level of thanks I have for this community coming together and driving this science forward. Please keep …

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Oct 29

Help Us Fund the Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Project

Click here to support the project Greetings everyone, On Friday at Low Carb Houston, I announced the launch of the Citizen Science Foundation, a vehicle for helping us privately raise funds for its central endeavor, the Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Project. The Lean Mass Hyper-responder (LMHR) phenotype is a strong profile to test the lipid …

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