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Do Women with Preeclampsia have Accelerated Brain Aging? Brain Health in Persons of African Ancestry in Tobago. Does the Brain Help You Walk Better as You Age? Do Brain and Body Energetics Influence Fatigue in Older Age? How Exercise Influences the Brain: Virtual Dissection Using 7 Tesla! Impact of T1D on the Brain

Do Women with Preeclampsia have Accelerated Brain Aging?

Preeclampsia and the Brain: Small vessel disease and cognitive function in early midlife
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/peejqEvOBEGEo63JhGVZ_w/project-details/10552017


Brain Health in Persons of African Ancestry in Tobago

Myosteatosis, Cognition and Blood Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease in Persons of African Ancestry
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/10447294


Does the Brain Help You Walk Better as You Age?

Neurobiological drivers of mobility resilience: the dopaminergic system
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/10434886 

Novel Brain Neuroimaging Markers of Age-Related Mobility Impairment
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/7152096

Brain anatomical correlates of mobility control in the oldest old
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/8130600


Do Brain and Body Energetics Influence Fatigue in Older Age?

Neural and Energetic Drivers of Performance and Perceived Fatigability in Older Adults 
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/10518828


How Exercise Influences the Brain: Virtual Dissection Using 7 Tesla!

Ultra-high-field neuroimaging in elderly after a two-year exercise intervention 
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/8910602


Impact of T1D on the Brain

Imaging biomarkers of accelerated brain aging in Type-1 Diabetes 
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/8106433

Retinal Imaging Markers of Cognition in Middle-Aged Adults with Type 1 Diabetes
https://reporter.nih.gov/search/kw8t6b5zekOlUQL-ywu_5g/project-details/9146942

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