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Aging studies PhD candidate accepted to data immersion program focused on Alzheimer’s disease

Cassidy Doyle

Doyle's research interests include protective factors of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

Cassidy Doyle, a PhD candidate in the School of Aging Studies, was recently selected to participate in a competitive three-day research intensive at the University of Michigan’s Michigan Center for Contextual Factors in Alzheimer’s Disease (MCCFAD). This research intensive brings together a variety of research applicants ranging from graduate students to senior faculty. MCCFAD is an NIH/NIA-funded Alzheimer’s disease-focused resource center for minority aging research.

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