Linxin comes from Sichuan, China. She qualified in Medicine at Fudan University, China in 2008, including an elective at the University of British Columbia, Canada. She then started her Neurology training and achieved her Master's degree in Clinical Neurology in 2010. She has joined the Stroke Prevention Research Unit since October 2010 and finished her D.Phil. in Clinical Neurology at Oxford University in January 2014.
Clinical Research Fellow
My main research project focuses on the aetiological classification of transient ischaemic attack and ischaemic stroke. I'm particularly interested in the risk factor profiles, imaging characteristics, plasma biomarkers and outcomes of patients with strokes of undetermined aetiology.
The other projects I'm working on include studying the association between blood pressure and cerebral small vessel disease, and the risks and benefits of aspirin.
Age-specific risks, severity, time course, and outcome of bleeding on long-term antiplatelet treatment after vascular events: a population-based cohort study.
Li L. et al, (2017), Lancet, 390, 490 - 499
Total small vessel disease score and risk of recurrent stroke: Validation in 2 large cohorts.
Lau KK. et al, (2017), Neurology, 88, 2260 - 2267
White Matter Imaging Correlates of Early Cognitive Impairment Detected by the Montreal Cognitive Assessment After Transient Ischemic Attack and Minor Stroke.
Zamboni G. et al, (2017), Stroke, 48, 1539 - 1547
Clinical Correlates, Ethnic Differences, and Prognostic Implications of Perivascular Spaces in Transient Ischemic Attack and Ischemic Stroke.
Lau KK. et al, (2017), Stroke, 48, 1470 - 1477
White matter imaging correlates of early cognitive impairment detected by the MoCA after TIA and minor stroke
Zamboni G. et al, (2017), Stroke