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Ashton Rogers

The University of the West Indies


Ashton Rogers, the first person in the English speaking Caribbean to be awarded a PhD in Neuroscience by The University of the West Indies, is very enthusiastic about better understanding the relationship between diet, metabolic syndrome and neuroinflammation in the substantia nigra. After graduating in 2014, he founded the first Neuroscience Centre of Trinidad and Tobago, a non-profit organization aimed at promoting brain health awareness and improving the welfare of patients affected with neurological diseases. He is presently establishing the first Neuroscience Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago, a charity organization to sponsor patients in need of foreign treatment.

Research Interest

Parkinson’s disease

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