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Training program preps next generation of Native American neuroscience researchers

The Center for Innovation in Brain Science is developing a diverse workforce of future scientists to fill critical gaps in Alzheimer’s disease research.

Growing up on the Navajo Nation, Angel-Grace Charity Leslie’s life revolved around family. She took after her grandmother when it came to a love of nature, and she shared a special bond with her oldest brother.

Sadly, her brother developed epilepsy while she was in elementary school. “I was with him the first time he had a seizure. That’s when we started going to doctor’s appointments and neurology exams,” she said. “He was very sick while I was growing up and suddenly passed away in 2020. I wanted to help him and people like him. That’s what got me here.”

The Center for Innovation in Brain Science (CIBS) at the University of Arizona is addressing the challenge that, in the 21st century, there is not a single cure for a single neurodegenerative disease and is focused on four age-associated neurodegenerative diseases: Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and ALS.

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