Sudha Seshadri, MD
Adjunct Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Neurology

MD, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS)
MBBS, Christian Medical College & Hospital
DM, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS)



I have been an investigator at the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) since 1998, leading the clinical neurology and neurogenetics cores since 2005 and currently serve as PI on 9 NIH grants, 5 R01 grants, 3 U01s and a UH2. As a board certified neurologist and Professor of Neurology at the Boston University School of Medicine, I run a Geriatric Memory Disorders and Dementia clinic, supervise a resident general neurology clinic and cover the in-patient, consult and emergency services for one month in each year. I also served as Co-Director of Medical Education for the Neurology Residency Program between 2005 and 2012. I was Director of the neurology segment of the Biology of Disease/ Disease and Therapy course for 2nd year medical students between 2008-2010 and in 2015-16 and continue to teach the Dementia module. I currently spend 75% of my time on research and mentoring within the context of the Framingham study and have served as primary mentor for over 30 physician and non-physician investigators funded by a wide range of grants, national (K23, AAN, AHA) and international (Fulbright, Bettencourt-Schuller, Sidney-Sax etc.).

In my research capacity, I currently lead the clinical neurology and neurogenetics cores at the FHS, where we explore the cumulated and age-specific impacts of a wide variety of genomic and environmental risk factors underlying stroke, dementia and brain aging across 3 generations of participants. This entails undertaking brain MRI, cognitive tests, brain autopsies, biomarker, candidate gene, genome-wide association, sequencing and expression studies. At FHS, my key contributions have included updating the dementia database with improved tracking, review and new classification systems, studying novel biomarkers such as BDNF, NGF and beta-amyloid, and establishing a brain bank program. In addition I play a major role in consolidating, refining and expanding various aspects of the MRI and stroke databases. Further, as lead neurogenetics investigator I have funded whole exome sequencing on over 1300 Framingham Study participants.

My research focuses on 4 interrelated areas: (a) exploring the correlates of subclinical brain aging including establishing norms for brain MRI and cognitive test performance and relating these measures to novel risk factors (such as visceral fat mass), multiple circulating biomarkers and clinical and subclinical indices of vascular and metabolic disease; (b) the epidemiology of stroke and vascular cognitive impairment including the lifetime risk of stroke, cognitive decline and dementia following stroke, the role of parental stroke and midlife risk factors in determining late-life stroke risk and temporal trends in stroke risk over the past 50 years; (c) the epidemiology of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) including describing the lifetime risk of AD and relating traditional and novel biomarkers (homocysteine, lipids, diabetes, estrogen, bone mineral density, thyroid function, inflammation) to the risk of dementia and AD. I have been especially interested in exploring the role of reversible lifestyle, vascular and metabolic risk factors in determining dementia risk with a special focus on understanding the putative causal pathways and biomarkers, such as leptin and other adipokines, BDNF and other neurotrophic factors, in mediating this risk, and (d) understanding the genomic and epigenetic variation underlying brain aging, stroke, AD and vascular cognitive impairment.

My most significant research contributions have been (i) developing the concept of lifetime risk as applicable to dementia and other chronic diseases, (ii) helping to establish plasma homocysteine as an important risk marker for dementia and AD (including a first author paper in the NEJM in 2002 that has had over 1400 citations), (iii) relating low plasma leptin levels to the risk of dementia and AD (published in JAMA, 2009 as senior author), (iv) describing a novel gene, NINJ2, associated with ischemic stroke (NEJM, 2009 as corresponding author), (v) describing two genes, BIN1 and EXOCL2, associated with Alzheimer disease in the largest, multi-centric genome-wide association study to date (JAMA, 2010 as first author) and identifying novel genes underlying hippocampal volume in healthy adults (Nature Genetics, 2012 as Senior author).

I have over 280 peer-reviewed publications and reviews. I also established, partially fund and coordinate the neurology phenotype working group within the international Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology (CHARGE) consortium started in January 2008. This consortium brings together investigators from several of the leading cohort studies, the FHS, the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study (ARIC), the Cardiovascular Health study (CHS), the Rotterdam study, the Age, Gene, Environment Susceptibility- Reykjavik (AGES-Reykjavik) study and the Austrian Study for Prevention of Stroke (ASPS). In my capacity as coordinator of neuroCHARGE, I am also a founding member of the International Genomics of Alzheimer's Project (IGAP) that brings together 4 major European and US groups who are currently the leaders in AD genomics research, am a PI of the Alzheimer Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP) that assesses rare genetic variation underlying PD in over 11,500 persons, a member of the Steering Committee for the International Stroke Genetics Consortium (ISGC) and Chair of the METASTROKE consortium.

A particular emphasis of mine throughout my career has been and will continue to be mentoring younger colleagues at my own institution and around the world towards academic careers. Collectively, my mentees have over 80 first author papers that I mentored published in leading journals including NEJM, Lancet, Nature Genetics, JAMA, JAMA Internal Medicine, JAMA Neurology, Annals of Neurology, Brain, Stroke and Neurology.

Senior Investigator
Framingham Heart Study



2013 American Academy of Neurology: Fellow
2013-2013 Boston University: Jack Spivack Excellence in Neurosciences Award
2012 American Neurological Association: Fellow


MRI, Cognitive, Genetic and Biomarker Precursors of AD & Dementia in Young Adults
06/01/2016 - 01/31/2020 (Co-PI)
PI: Rhoda Au, PhD
NIH/National Institute on Aging
5R01AG033040-09

MRI, Cognitive, Genetic and Biomarker Precursors of AD & Dementia in Young Adults
02/15/2016 - 01/31/2020 (Co-PI)
PI: Rhoda Au, PhD
NIH/National Institute on Aging
5R01AG033040-07

An integrated genetic and epigenetic approach to cerebral small vessel disease
04/01/2015 - 03/31/2019 (PI)
University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston NIH NINDS
5R01NS087541-04

The Genetics and Biomarkers of Small Vessel stroke (Year 1 Funding)
07/01/2017 - 06/30/2018 (PI)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County American Heart Assoc

AD Gene Discovery: Exome Chip, New Endophenotypes & Functional studies in CHARGE
06/01/2016 - 05/31/2018 (PI)
NIH/National Institute on Aging
4R01AG033193-07

Microgial, Inflammatory and Omics Markers of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in the CHARGE Consortium
09/30/2016 - 11/30/2017 (PI)
NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke
1UH2NS100605-01

Temporal Trends, Novel Imaging and Molecular Characterization of Preclinical and Clinical Alzheimer Disease in Framingham Cohorts
09/01/2016 - 11/30/2017 (PI)
NIH/National Institute on Aging
1R01AG054076-01

ADSP Follow-up in Multi-Ethnic Cohorts via Endophenotypes, Omics & Model Systems
09/01/2016 - 11/30/2017 (PI)
NIH/National Institute on Aging
1U01AG052409-01

Precursors of Stroke Incidence and Prognosis
03/01/2016 - 11/30/2017 (PI)
NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke
5R01NS017950-34

Preclinical AD: Correlates of Amyloid, Tau PET and fcMRI in Framingham Gen 3 Young Adults
05/15/2015 - 11/30/2017 (PI)
NIH/National Institute on Aging
5R01AG049607-03

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Yr Title Project-Sub Proj Pubs
2018 Precursors of Stroke Incidence and Prognosis 7R01NS017950-35 328
2018 MRI, Cognitive, Genetic and Biomarker Precursors of AD & Dementia in Young Adults 5R01AG033040-09 24
2017 Microglial, Inflammatory and Omics Markers of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in the CHARGE Consortium 5UH2NS100605-02
2017 Temporal Trends, Novel Imaging and Molecular Characterization of Preclinical and Clinical Alzheimer's Disease in the Framingham Cohorts 3R01AG054076-02S1
2017 Preclinical AD: Correlates of Amyloid, Tau PET and fcMRI in Framingham Gen 3 Young Adults 5R01AG049607-03 7
2017 CHARGE: Identifying Risk & Protective SNV for AD in ADSP Case-control Sample 7U01AG049505-05 6
2017 MRI, Cognitive, Genetic and Biomarker Precursors of AD & Dementia in Young Adults 5R01AG033040-08 24
2017 Precursors of Stroke Incidence and Prognosis 5R01NS017950-34 328
2016 Microglial, Inflammatory and Omics Markers of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in the CHARGE Consortium 1UH2NS100605-01
2016 ADSP Follow-up in Multi-Ethnic Cohorts via Endophenotypes, Omics & Model Systems 1U01AG052409-01
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  1. McGrath ER, Seshadri S. Author response: Blood pressure from mid- to late life and risk of incident dementia. Neurology. 2018 Jul 17; 91(3):149. PMID: 30012659.
     
  2. Woo D, Anderson CD, Maguire J, Fornage M, Lee JM, Seshadri S, Markus HS, Majersik JJ, Jimenez-Conde J, Crawford K, Lindgren AG, Debette S. Top research priorities for stroke genetics. Lancet Neurol. 2018 Aug; 17(8):663-665. PMID: 30033056.
     
  3. Jian X, Satizabal CL, Smith AV, Wittfeld K, Bis JC, Smith JA, Hsu FC, Nho K, Hofer E, Hagenaars SP, Nyquist PA, Mishra A, Adams HHH, Li S, Teumer A, Zhao W, Freedman BI, Saba Y, Yanek LR, Chauhan G, van Buchem MA, Cushman M, Royle NA, Bryan RN, Niessen WJ, Windham BG, DeStefano AL, Habes M, Heckbert SR, Palmer ND, Lewis CE, Eiriksdottir G, Maillard P, Mathias RA, Homuth G, Valdés-Hernández MDC, Divers J, Beiser AS, Langner S, Rice KM, Bastin ME, Yang Q, Maldjian JA, Starr JM, Sidney S, Risacher SL, Uitterlinden AG, Gudnason VG, Nauck M, Rotter JI, Schreiner PJ, Boerwinkle E, van Duijn CM, Mazoyer B, von Sarnowski B, Gottesman RF, Levy D, Sigurdsson S, Vernooij MW, Turner ST, Schmidt R, Wardlaw JM, Psaty BM, Mosley TH, DeCarli CS, Saykin AJ, Bowden DW, Becker DM, Deary IJ, Schmidt H, Kardia SLR, Ikram MA, Debette S, Grabe HJ, Longstreth WT, Seshadri S, Launer LJ, Fornage M. Exome Chip Analysis Identifies Low-Frequency and Rare Variants in MRPL38 for White Matter Hyperintensities on Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Stroke. 2018 Jul 12.View Related Profiles. PMID: 30002152.
     
  4. Story Jovanova O, Nedeljkovic I, Derek S, Walker RM, Liu C, Luciano M, Bressler J, Brody J, Drake AJ, Evans KL, Gondalia R, Kunze S, Kuhnel B, Lahti J, Lemaitre RN, Marioni RE, Swenson B, Himali JJ, Wu H, Li Y, McRae AF, Russ TC, Stewart J, Wang Z, Zhang G, Ladwig KH, Uitterlinden AG, Guo X, Peters A, Räikkönen K, Starr JM, Waldenberger M, Wray NR, Whitsel EA, Sotoodehnia N, Seshadri S, Porteous DJ, van Meurs J, Mosley TH, McIntosh AM, Mendelson MM, Levy D, Hou L, Eriksson JG, Fornage M, Deary IJ, Baccarelli A, Tiemeier H, Amin N. DNA Methylation Signatures of Depressive Symptoms in Middle-aged and Elderly Persons: Meta-analysis of Multiethnic Epigenome-wide Studies. JAMA Psychiatry. 2018 Jul 11.View Related Profiles. PMID: 29998287.
     
  5. Rajani RM, Quick S, Ruigrok SR, Graham D, Harris SE, Verhaaren BFJ, Fornage M, Seshadri S, Atanur SS, Dominiczak AF, Smith C, Wardlaw JM, Williams A. Reversal of endothelial dysfunction reduces white matter vulnerability in cerebral small vessel disease in rats. Sci Transl Med. 2018 Jul 04; 10(448). PMID: 29973407.
     
  6. Naj AC, Lin H, Vardarajan BN, White S, Lancour D, Ma Y, Schmidt M, Sun F, Butkiewicz M, Bush WS, Kunkle BW, Malamon J, Amin N, Choi SH, Hamilton-Nelson KL, van der Lee SJ, Gupta N, Koboldt DC, Saad M, Wang B, Nato AQ, Sohi HK, Kuzma A, Wang LS, Adrienne Cupples L, van Duijn C, Seshadri S, Schellenberg GD, Boerwinkle E, Bis JC, Dupuis J, Salerno WJ, Wijsman EM, Martin ER, DeStefano AL. Quality control and integration of genotypes from two calling pipelines for whole genome sequence data in the Alzheimer's disease sequencing project. Genomics. 2018 May 29.View Related Profiles. PMID: 29857119; DOI: 10.1016/j.ygeno.2018.05.004;.
     
  7. Davies G, Lam M, Harris SE, Trampush JW, Luciano M, Hill WD, Hagenaars SP, Ritchie SJ, Marioni RE, Fawns-Ritchie C, Liewald DCM, Okely JA, Ahola-Olli AV, Barnes CLK, Bertram L, Bis JC, Burdick KE, Christoforou A, DeRosse P, Djurovic S, Espeseth T, Giakoumaki S, Giddaluru S, Gustavson DE, Hayward C, Hofer E, Ikram MA, Karlsson R, Knowles E, Lahti J, Leber M, Li S, Mather KA, Melle I, Morris D, Oldmeadow C, Palviainen T, Payton A, Pazoki R, Petrovic K, Reynolds CA, Sargurupremraj M, Scholz M, Smith JA, Smith AV, Terzikhan N, Thalamuthu A, Trompet S, van der Lee SJ, Ware EB, Windham BG, Wright MJ, Yang J, Yu J, Ames D, Amin N, Amouyel P, Andreassen OA, Armstrong NJ, Assareh AA, Attia JR, Attix D, Avramopoulos D, Bennett DA, Böhmer AC, Boyle PA, Brodaty H, Campbell H, Cannon TD, Cirulli ET, Congdon E, Conley ED, Corley J, Cox SR, Dale AM, Dehghan A, Dick D, Dickinson D, Eriksson JG, Evangelou E, Faul JD, Ford I, Freimer NA, Gao H, Giegling I, Gillespie NA, Gordon SD, Gottesman RF, Griswold ME, Gudnason V, Harris TB, Hartmann AM, Hatzimanolis A, Heiss G, Holliday EG, Joshi PK, Kähönen M, Kardia SLR, Karlsson I, Kleineidam L, Knopman DS, Kochan NA, Konte B, Kwok JB, Le Hellard S, Lee T, Lehtimäki T, Li SC, Liu T, Koini M, London E, Longstreth WT, Lopez OL, Loukola A, Luck T, Lundervold AJ, Lundquist A, Lyytikäinen LP, Martin NG, Montgomery GW, Murray AD, Need AC, Noordam R, Nyberg L, Ollier W, Papenberg G, Pattie A, Polasek O, Poldrack RA, Psaty BM, Reppermund S, Riedel-Heller SG, Rose RJ, Rotter JI, Roussos P, Rovio SP, Saba Y, Sabb FW, Sachdev PS, Satizabal CL, Schmid M, Scott RJ, Scult MA, Simino J, Slagboom PE, Smyrnis N, Soumaré A, Stefanis NC, Stott DJ, Straub RE, Sundet K, Taylor AM, Taylor KD, Tzoulaki I, Tzourio C, Uitterlinden A, Vitart V, Voineskos AN, Kaprio J, Wagner M, Wagner H, Weinhold L, Wen KH, Widen E, Yang Q, Zhao W, Adams HHH, Arking DE, Bilder RM, Bitsios P, Boerwinkle E, Chiba-Falek O, Corvin A, De Jager PL, Debette S, Donohoe G, Elliott P, Fitzpatrick AL, Gill M, Glahn DC, Hägg S, Hansell NK, Hariri AR, Ikram MK, Jukema JW, Vuoksimaa E, Keller MC, Kremen WS, Launer L, Lindenberger U, Palotie A, Pedersen NL, Pendleton N, Porteous DJ, Räikkönen K, Raitakari OT, Ramirez A, Reinvang I, Rudan I, Dan Rujescu, Schmidt R, Schmidt H, Schofield PW, Schofield PR, Starr JM, Steen VM, Trollor JN, Turner ST, Van Duijn CM, Villringer A, Weinberger DR, Weir DR, Wilson JF, Malhotra A, McIntosh AM, Gale CR, Seshadri S, Mosley TH, Bressler J, Lencz T, Deary IJ. Study of 300,486 individuals identifies 148 independent genetic loci influencing general cognitive function. Nat Commun. 2018 May 29; 9(1):2098.View Related Profiles. PMID: 29844566.
     
  8. Dufouil C, Beiser A, Chêne G, Seshadri S. Are Trends in Dementia Incidence Associated With Compression in Morbidity? Evidence From The Framingham Heart Study. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2018 Apr 16; 73(suppl_1):S65-S72.View Related Profiles. PMID: 29669105.
     
  9. Stathopoulou MG, Xie T, Ruggiero D, Chatelin J, Rancier M, Weryha G, Kurth MJ, Aldasoro Arguinano AA, Gorenjak V, Petrelis AM, Dagher G, Dedoussis G, Deloukas P, Lamont J, Marc J, Simmaco M, Schaik RHNV, Innocenti F, Merlin JL, Schneider J, Alizadeh BZ, Ciullo M, Seshadri S, Visvikis-Siest S. A transnational collaborative network dedicated to the study and applications of the vascular endothelial growth factor-A in medical practice: the VEGF Consortium. Clin Chem Lab Med. 2018 Mar 28; 56(4):83-86. PMID: 29087954.
     
  10. Malik R, Chauhan G, Traylor M, Sargurupremraj M, Okada Y, Mishra A, Rutten-Jacobs L, Giese AK, van der Laan SW, Gretarsdottir S, Anderson CD, Chong M, Adams HHH, Ago T, Almgren P, Amouyel P, Ay H, Bartz TM, Benavente OR, Bevan S, Boncoraglio GB, Brown RD, Butterworth AS, Carrera C, Carty CL, Chasman DI, Chen WM, Cole JW, Correa A, Cotlarciuc I, Cruchaga C, Danesh J, de Bakker PIW, DeStefano AL, den Hoed M, Duan Q, Engelter ST, Falcone GJ, Gottesman RF, Grewal RP, Gudnason V, Gustafsson S, Haessler J, Harris TB, Hassan A, Havulinna AS, Heckbert SR, Holliday EG, Howard G, Hsu FC, Hyacinth HI, Ikram MA, Ingelsson E, Irvin MR, Jian X, Jiménez-Conde J, Johnson JA, Jukema JW, Kanai M, Keene KL, Kissela BM, Kleindorfer DO, Kooperberg C, Kubo M, Lange LA, Langefeld CD, Langenberg C, Launer LJ, Lee JM, Lemmens R, Leys D, Lewis CM, Lin WY, Lindgren AG, Lorentzen E, Magnusson PK, Maguire J, Manichaikul A, McArdle PF, Meschia JF, Mitchell BD, Mosley TH, Nalls MA, Ninomiya T, O'Donnell MJ, Psaty BM, Pulit SL, Rannikmäe K, Reiner AP, Rexrode KM, Rice K, Rich SS, Ridker PM, Rost NS, Rothwell PM, Rotter JI, Rundek T, Sacco RL, Sakaue S, Sale MM, Salomaa V, Sapkota BR, Schmidt R, Schmidt CO, Schminke U, Sharma P, Slowik A, Sudlow CLM, Tanislav C, Tatlisumak T, Taylor KD, Thijs VNS, Thorleifsson G, Thorsteinsdottir U, Tiedt S, Trompet S, Tzourio C, van Duijn CM, Walters M, Wareham NJ, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Wilson JG, Wiggins KL, Yang Q, Yusuf S, Bis JC, Pastinen T, Ruusalepp A, Schadt EE, Koplev S, Björkegren JLM, Codoni V, Civelek M, Smith NL, Trégouët DA, Christophersen IE, Roselli C, Lubitz SA, Ellinor PT, Tai ES, Kooner JS, Kato N, He J, van der Harst P, Elliott P, Chambers JC, Takeuchi F, Johnson AD, Sanghera DK, Melander O, Jern C, Strbian D, Fernandez-Cadenas I, Longstreth WT, Rolfs A, Hata J, Woo D, Rosand J, Pare G, Hopewell JC, Saleheen D, Stefansson K, Worrall BB, Kittner SJ, Seshadri S, Fornage M, Markus HS, Howson JMM, Kamatani Y, Debette S, Dichgans M, Malik R, Chauhan G, Traylor M, Sargurupremraj M, Okada Y, Mishra A, Rutten-Jacobs L, Giese AK, van der Laan SW, Gretarsdottir S, Anderson CD, Chong M, Adams HHH, Ago T, Almgren P, Amouyel P, Ay H, Bartz TM, Benavente OR, Bevan S, Boncoraglio GB, Brown RD, Butterworth AS, Carrera C, Carty CL, Chasman DI, Chen WM, Cole JW, Correa A, Cotlarciuc I, Cruchaga C, Danesh J, de Bakker PIW, DeStefano AL, Hoed MD, Duan Q, Engelter ST, Falcone GJ, Gottesman RF, Grewal RP, Gudnason V, Gustafsson S, Haessler J, Harris TB, Hassan A, Havulinna AS, Heckbert SR, Holliday EG, Howard G, Hsu FC, Hyacinth HI, Ikram MA, Ingelsson E, Irvin MR, Jian X, Jiménez-Conde J, Johnson JA, Jukema JW, Kanai M, Keene KL, Kissela BM, Kleindorfer DO, Kooperberg C, Kubo M, Lange LA, Langefeld CD, Langenberg C, Launer LJ, Lee JM, Lemmens R, Leys D, Lewis CM, Lin WY, Lindgren AG, Lorentzen E, Magnusson PK, Maguire J, Manichaikul A, McArdle PF, Meschia JF, Mitchell BD, Mosley TH, Nalls MA, Ninomiya T, O'Donnell MJ, Psaty BM, Pulit SL, Rannikmäe K, Reiner AP, Rexrode KM, Rice K, Rich SS, Ridker PM, Rost NS, Rothwell PM, Rotter JI, Rundek T, Sacco RL, Sakaue S, Sale MM, Salomaa V, Sapkota BR, Schmidt R, Schmidt CO, Schminke U, Sharma P, Slowik A, Sudlow CLM, Tanislav C, Tatlisumak T, Taylor KD, Thijs VNS, Thorleifsson G, Thorsteinsdottir U, Tiedt S, Trompet S, Tzourio C, van Duijn CM, Walters M, Wareham NJ, Wassertheil-Smoller S, Wilson JG, Wiggins KL, Yang Q, Yusuf S, Amin N, Aparicio HS, Arnett DK, Attia J, Beiser AS, Berr C, Buring JE, Bustamante M, Caso V, Cheng YC, Choi SH, Chowhan A, Cullell N, Dartigues JF, Delavaran H, Delgado P, Dörr M, Engström G, Ford I, Gurpreet WS, Hamsten A, Heitsch L, Hozawa A, Ibanez L, Ilinca A, Ingelsson M, Iwasaki M, Jackson RD, Jood K, Jousilahti P, Kaffashian S, Kalra L, Kamouchi M, Kitazono T, Kjartansson O, Kloss M, Koudstaal PJ, Krupinski J, Labovitz DL, Laurie CC, Levi CR, Li L, Lind L, Lindgren CM, Lioutas V, Liu YM, Lopez OL, Makoto H, Martinez-Majander N, Matsuda K, et al. MultianView Related Profiles. PMID: 29531354.
     
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This graph shows the total number of publications by year, by first, middle/unknown, or last author.

Bar chart showing 330 publications over 25 distinct years, with a maximum of 48 publications in 2015

YearPublications
19891
19911
19942
19951
19971
19991
20002
20015
20024
20033
20046
20052
20068
20079
20085
200913
201014
201118
201222
201325
201431
201548
201643
201745
201820
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Alzheimer Disease
Epidemiology
GEnetics
Stroke

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