Duquesne In The News: Rehana Leak
Associate Pharmacy Professor Dr. Rehana Leak is among the research authors named in a Science Magazine article about a University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine study that demonstrates a population of specialized immune cells serve as tissue repair engineers to promote functional recovery after a stroke in the article Novel Immunotherapy Boosts Long-Term Stroke Recovery in Mice.
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