Lauren Sansing MD, MS

Yale University

Dr. Sansing is Associate Professor of Neurology at Yale University and the Academic Chief of Stroke and Vascular Neurology. Her laboratory investigates the role of innate immune responses after intracerebral hemorrhage in experimental murine in vivo and in vitro models, as well as ex vivo models using patient blood and surgical specimens. As a physician-scientist, her goal is to identify the pathological processes that lead to brain injury in our patients, as well as the processes that aid in recovery and repair. With this understanding, we can develop targeted therapeutics to minimize injury after stroke and maximize recovery.