The overall estimated prevalence of immune-mediated inflammatory diseases in western societies is 5-7%. Interestingly, the European Working Group on… Read more »
Ursula obtained a PhD from the University of Kent at Canterbury in brain biochemistry. She has post doctorate research and lecturing experience in psychiatry and neurobehavioural disorders with specific interest in neuropharmacology, molecular biology/genetics and functional genomics. In 2012, she moved into the publishing world to join the BMC Medicine team as a Senior Editor.
Latest posts by Ursula D'Souza (see all)
- Females with rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis inappropriately treated? - 1st August 2012
- Pathways show better care for patients with stroke - 12th July 2012
Stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain is cut off, resulting in cell damage and death due to lack of oxygen and nutrients. Facial weakness, arm… Read more »