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Short Video: Mozhu Ding presents her Doctoral thesis

2020-02-21

Mozhu Ding belonged to the Aging research center, department of neurobiology, care sciences and society at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm. Her Doctoral thesis “The Role of Atrial Fibrillation in Cognitive Aging: A population-based study” was defended on 12 December of 2019. Here, she gives a short presentation of her results.

The full text of the thesis, in English with summaries in Chinese and Swedish can be found via this link.

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NEAR results: Declining trend in new cases of dementia over 25 years in Stockholm

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NEAR results: Being married and living with someone can buffer the negative effects of low mood on risk of dementia

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