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Longden & Dabertrand’s Study on Capillaries’ Effect on Brain Blood Flow Gains National Coverage

April 3, 2017 by Kate Skinas

A new Nature Neuroscience study published by Assistant Professors of Pharmacology Thomas Longden, Ph.D., and Fabrice Dabertrand, Ph.D., determined that capillaries in the brain have a more active function that previously thought.

Assistant Professors of Pharmacology Thomas Longden, Ph.D., and Fabrice Dabertrand. Ph.D. (Photo: LCOM Creative Services)

(MARCH 27, 2017) A new Nature Neuroscience study published by Assistant Professors of Pharmacology Thomas Longden, Ph.D., and Fabrice Dabertrand, Ph.D., determined that capillaries in the brain have a more active function that previously thought. Coverage of the study’s findings has appeared in Innovations Report, Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, PsyPost, ScienceDaily, NewsCaf