Cholesterol Buildup In Brain Presents New Target To Reduce Dementia Risk From Stroke

Doyle lab members wearing white lab coats smiling in the lab
UArizona News
Stroke affects more than 15 million people in the world every year, and up to one-third of people who have a stroke develop dementia in the months afterward. Thankfully researchers at UArizona, led by Immunology associate professor Dr. Kristian Doyle, are studying how to combat the inflammatory response at the site of the stroke which may be causing the condition.