Researchers at Western University hope their systematic review of almost 12,000 patients will raise awareness among physicians about the need for more extensive testing for atrial fibrillation, or heart rhythm disturbances, following a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA).
When Zia Khan, PhD, received the opportunity to come back to Canada to work at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, he set some goals focused on teaching and administration.
Jennifer Au is no stranger to Alzheimer’s disease. Not only is her research focused on the disease, but she has a personal connection to it as well.
Liisa Galea, PhD'94, was one of the first PhD graduates from the Department of Neuroscience. While her early undergraduate education focused on engineering, she decided to switch into neuroscience...