Deborah Levine, MD, MPH
University of Michigan
Dr. Deborah Levine is a practicing physician and Professor of Medicine in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Neurology at the University of Michigan. She is the Director of the University of Michigan Cognitive Health Services Research Program. Dr. Levine’s research aims to improve the prevention of dementia and stroke, increase health equity, and impact public policy. Her research interests are vascular cognitive impairment and the quality of cardiovascular disease care. Dr. Levine cares for stroke survivors in the University of Michigan General Medicine Post Stroke Clinic. She is a recognized expert in vascular cognitive impairment and secondary stroke prevention.
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