The Work We Do

Cerebrovascular disease encompasses much more than strokes.

While diseases of the brain’s blood vessels are most often recognized when a person has a stroke, they also cause progressive decline in cognition, memory and gait as we age, as well as late-life depression. Preventing cerebrovascular disease therefore holds the hope of transforming the aging process and preserving our brain function as we age.

At the core of our work is a partnership with patients. Patients graciously contribute their time, share their medical histories, answer questionnaires, undergo neuroimaging, and donate blood and tissue samples.


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