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overview Sukriti Nag is a Board-certified neuropathologist and professor of pathology (neuropathology) at the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center (RADC). She trained in anatomic pathology at Rhode Island Hospital (Brown University) Providence, R.I., and Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, and trained in neuropathology at Queen's University where she also obtained MSc and PhD degrees in the field of experimental neuropathology. Her grant-funded research initially at Queen’s University and later at the University of Toronto was in the area of the biology of cerebral endothelium and the reactivity of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) in health and disease with emphasis on the pathogenesis of BBB breakdown in CNS disorders. She has received several awards for her work. She started at the RADC in August of 2010. In addition to collaborative research, she provides the neuropathology diagnosis for brains received in 3 longitudinal studies of aging - the Rush Religious Orders Study, the Memory and Aging Project and the Minority Aging Research Project. Her research interests are neurodegenerative diseases, cerebrovascular diseases and the neurovascular unit (BBB). My Scopus ID is 7103093721. My NIH COMMONS name is SUKRITIN.

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Academic Article Cerebrovascular disease pathology and parkinsonian signs in old age.
Academic Article Hippocampal sclerosis and TDP-43 pathology in aging and Alzheimer disease.
Academic Article Microvascular brain pathology and late-life motor impairment.
Academic Article Late-life depression is not associated with dementia-related pathology.
Academic Article a-Synuclein pathology accumulates in sacral spinal visceral sensory pathways.
Academic Article Nigral pathology and parkinsonian signs in elders without Parkinson disease.
Academic Article Pathology and new players in the pathogenesis of brain edema.
Academic Article Isolated spinal neurosarcoidosis: An enigmatic intramedullary spinal cord pathology-case report and review of the literature.
Academic Article TDP-43 pathology and memory impairment in elders without pathologic diagnoses of AD or FTLD.
Academic Article Spinal Lewy body pathology in older adults without an antemortem diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.
Academic Article Age and the association of dementia-related pathology with trajectories of cognitive decline.
Award or Honor Receipt Recognition of teaching excellence, 3rd Annual Pathology Update
Award or Honor Receipt Gold Medal in Pathology and Bacteriaology
Academic Article Expression of nitric oxide synthases and nitrotyrosine during blood-brain barrier breakdown and repair after cold injury
Academic Article Brain necrosis after permanent low-activity iodine-125 implants: case report and review of toxicity from focal radiation
Academic Article Cervical paravertebral leiomyosarcoma mimicking a nerve sheath tumor
Academic Article Spinal neuronal pathology associated with continuous intrathecal infusion of N-methyl-D-asparate in the rat
Academic Article Ultrastructural localization of calcium-activated adenosine triphosphatase (Ca2+-ATPase) in cerebral endothelium
Academic Article Ultrastructural localization of monosaccharide residues on cerebral endothelium
Academic Article Intracerebral arteriolar permeability to lanthanum
Academic Article Cerebral cortical changes in acute experimental hypertension: An ultrastructural study
Academic Article TDP-43 pathology in anterior temporal pole cortex in aging and Alzheimer's disease.
Academic Article Watershed microinfarct pathology and cognition in older persons.
Academic Article Progressive parkinsonism in older adults is related to the burden of mixed brain pathologies.
Academic Article A Clinicopathological Report of a 93-Year-Old Former Street Boxer With Coexistence of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia With Lewy Bodies, and Hippocampal Sclerosis With TDP-43 Pathology.
Academic Article Limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy neuropathologic change and microvascular pathologies in community-dwelling older persons.
Academic Article Association of Hemoglobin A1C With TDP-43 Pathology in Community-Based Elders.

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