Lipoproteins and the Immune System

Published: 7/1/2019
54 minutes

Carl and Carrie talk to Siobhan Huggins about how lipoproteins and the immune system work together


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Siobhan Huggins
Siobhan (she'-VAUN) Huggins is an independent researcher focused on lipidology. At Ketofest, 2017, Siobhan started down the rabbit hole of LDL research after talking to Dave Feldman. Her citizen scientist kicked into high gear. She hit the books hard trying to understand how the mechanics of the lipid system works.

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Siobhan's article on lipoproteiens and the immune system

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