School of Medicine

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Current Students and Alumni

 

Chaitali Anand 3rd Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Muzamil Arshad 5th Year, Doctoral Candidate
Vikas Kodali 2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Michael Lisieski 4th Year, Doctoral Candidate  
Johnathan Lynn 1st Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Nicholas Meshkin 3rd Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Andrew Neff 3rd Year, PreDoctoral Candidate
Brian Silverstein 2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Wafaa Sweidan 2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate
Natalie Wiseman 5th Year, Doctoral Candidate
Eric Woodcock 5th Year, Doctoral Candidate
Helen Wu 2016 Graduate  
Denise Briggs, Ph.D. 2016 Graduate  
Hilary Marusak, Ph.D. 2016 graduate  
Dhruman Goradia, Ph.D. 2015 Graduate  
Brianne Mohl, Ph.D. 2015 Graduate  
Erik Brown, M.D., Ph.D. 2013 Graduate  

 

   


 

Chaitali Anand
3rd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

canand@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Pune, India; B.S. Microbiology

Hometown:
Pune, India

Advisors

Naftali Raz, Ph.D. and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., Noa Ofen, Ph.D. and John Woodard, Ph.D

Research

Glutamatergic basis for age-related differences in associative learning and memory

Awards & Honors

  • 2016 - WSU Institute of Gerontology Pre-doctoral training award

Publications

Book chapter:

  1. Sharma M, Anand C, Chugani D (2015) Role of the Kynurenine pathway in Epilepsy. In Targeting the Broadly Pathogenic Kynurenine Pathway (pp. 205-210) Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland.

Personal Interests

Badminton, running, photography and sketching.

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Muzamil Arshad
5th Year, Doctoral Candidate

muarsha@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Benedictine University; B.S. Physics

Hometown:
Romeoville, IL

Advisors

Naftali Raz, Ph.D. and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Boris Baltes, Ph.D., Alexander Gow, Ph.D. and Donald Kuhn, Ph.D.

Research

Using computational models and quantitative neuroimaging methods to understand the link between normative aging and cognitive changes. Additionally we are interested in individual differences in the process of aging and  its modifiers.

Awards & Honors

  • 2017 - MD/PhD Student Travel Award
  • 2015 - ISMRM Student Travel Award
  • 2013 - Institute of Gerontology WSU Pre-Doctoral Fellowship
  • 2012 Wayne State University, Thomas Rumble Fellowship
  • 2010-2011 - Henry Ford Health Systems Scholarship
  • 2010 - Wayne State University Board of Governors Tuition Scholarship 
  • 2010 - Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society
  • 2010 - Kappa Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society       
  • 2010 - Benedictine University Summa Cum Laude
  • 2006-2010 - Benedictine University Rev. J. Shonka Scholarship
  • 2006-2010 - Benedictine University Presidential Scholarship
  • 2006-2010 - Benedictine University Dean’s List

Publications

  1. Arshad M, Stanley JA, Raz N. (2016). Adult age differences in subcortical myelin content are consistent with protracted myelination and unrelated to diffusion tensor imaging indices. Neuroimage. 143.26-39. 
  2. Arshad M, Stanley JA, Raz N. (2016). Test-retest reliability and concurrent validity of in vivo myelin content indices: Myelin water fraction and calibrated T1w/T2w image ratio. Human Brain Mapping.  

Personal Interests

Reading, weight training, history, human evolution, physics, football, archaeology and anthropology.

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Vikas Kodali
2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

vkodali@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Johns Hopkins University; B.A. Neuroscience & Anthropology

Hometown:
 

Advisor

Sandra W. Jacobons, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

 

Research

 

Awards & Honors

  • 2016 - MD/PhD Student Endowed Travel Award
  • 2016 - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group Travel Award 
  • 2016 - Research Society on Alcoholism Student Merit Award 
  • 2015 - Research Society on Alcoholism Student Merit Award 

Publications

  1. Vikas N Kodali, Joseph L Jacobson, Nadine M Lindinger, Neil C Dodge, Christopher D Molteno, Ernesta M Meintjes, Sandra W Jacobson (2016). Differential recruitment of brain regions during response inhibition in children prenatally exposed to alcohol. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research (Submitted)

 

Personal Interests

 

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Michael Lisieski
4th Year, Doctoral Candidate

mlisiesk@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University at Buffalo; B.S. Pharmacology & Toxicology; B.A. Psychology

Hometown:
North Huntingdon, PA

Advisor

Shane A. Perrine, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Alana C. Conti, Ph.D., Mark K. Greenwald, Ph.D. and Jonathan D. Morrow, M.D., Ph.D.

Research

Preclinical investigation of neuroadaptations following exposure to drugs of abuse and traumatic stress

Awards & Honors

  • 2016-2017 – WSU School of Medicine Student Senate MD/PhD Representative
  • 2016 –  WSU Translational Neuroscience Program Research Day Best Preclinical Presentation Travel Award Winner 
  • 2016 – WSU MD/PhD Program Endowed Travel Award
  • 2016 – WSU Graduate Student Research Day Oral Presentation 2nd Prize Winner
  • 2016 – AAAP Medical Student Travel Award
  • 2015-2016 – WSU Translational Neuroscience Program Student Representative
  • 2015 – WSU Student Neuroscience Society Outreach Coordinator
  • 2015 – WSU Graduate Exhibition First Prize Winner
  • 2015 – Poster Judge at the 2015 Wayne State Master’s Student Showcase
  • 2014-2016 – Michigan Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience Student Councilor
  • 2011-2013 – WSU School of Medicine Medical Student Research Scholarship
  • 2011 – Panelist at Science Online science blogging conference
  • 2011 – Award to attend Euroceph cephalopod research conference as a journalist
  • 2011 – Summa Cum Laude, University at Buffalo (2011)
  • 2008 – Community College of Allegheny County Dean’s List
  • 2007-2011 –  University at Buffalo Provost Scholarship
  • 2007-2011 – University at Buffalo Dean’s List
  • 2006-2007 – Westmoreland County Community College Dean’s List

Publications

  1. Levine, A. R., Lundahl, L. G., Ledgerwood, D. M., Lisieski, M. J., Rhodes, G. L., Greenwald, M. K. (2015) Gender-specific predictors of retention and opioid abstinence during methadone maintenance treatment, Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 54:37-43.
  2. Perrine, S. A., Ghoddoussi, F., Desai, K., Kohler, R. J., Eapen, A. T., Lisieski, M. J., Angoa-Perez, M., Kuhn, D. M., Bosse, K. E., Conti, A. C., Bissig, D., Berkowitz, B. A. (2015) Cocaine-induced locomotor sensitization in rats correlates with nucleus accumbens activity on manganese-enhanced MRI, NMR in Biomedicine, 28(11):1480-1488.

Personal Interests

Poetry, antique books, art, bicycling, weightlifting and field Ethology

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Jonathan Lynn
1st Year, Predoctoral Candidate

jonathan.lynn@wayne.edu

Education:
Central Michigan University; B.S. Neuroscience

Hometown:
Grand Blanc, MI

Advisors

To be determined

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

To be determined

Research

Learning, memory and fMRS.

Awards & Honors

 

Publications

  1. Jayaprakash, N., Wolfram, A., Hill, N., Picotte, F., Lynn, J., Leggieri, K. and Sandstrom, M. Neurophysiological Examination of Transplanted Stem Cells using Optogenetics in Awak Animals. Student Research and Creative Endeavors Exhibition, April 2013.

Personal Interests

Drawing, reading and movies

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Nicholas Meshkin
3rd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

nmeshkin@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Michigan; B.S. Biology

Hometown:
Holland, MI

Advisors

Shane Perrine, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Deane Aikins, Ph.D, Alana Conti, Ph.D., Juri Gelovani, Ph.D. and Alexander Gow, Ph.D. 

Research

Animal model of posttraumatic stress disorder and class IIa histone deacetylases.

Awards & Honors

 

Publications

 

Personal Interests

 

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Andrew Neff
3rd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

aneff@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Michigan State University; B.A. Politial Science

Hometown:
West Bloomfield, MI

Advisor

Paul Burghardt, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Donald Kuhn, Ph.D., Francesca Luca, Ph.D. and Kevin Theis, Ph.D.

Research

Diet and the gut microbiome.

Awards & Honors

2017 – 1st place, best oral presentation; 3rd Annual TNP 3-Minute Thesis Competition

Publications

 

Personal Interests

Cooking, dog walking and graphic design.

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Brian Silverstein
2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

bsilvers@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Toronto, Canada; B.A. Philosophy

Hometown:
Poughkeepsie, NY

Advisor

Christine A. Rabinak, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

To be determined

Research

How emotional learning is modulated by the endocannabinoid system using a combination of computational neuroscience, behavioral tasks, and pharmacological interventions.

Awards & Honors

 

Publications

  1. Silverstein, B. H., Snodgrass, M., Shevrin, H., & Kushwaha, R. (2016). Unconscious P3b and complex unconscious processing: Reply to Naccache et al., 2016. Cortex, 85, 129.
  2. Pal, D., Silverstein, B.H., Lee, H., Mashour, G.A. (2016). Neural Correlates of Wakefulness, Sleep, and General Anesthesia: An Experimental Study in Rat. Anesthesiology, 125(5), 929-942.
  3. Silverstein, B. H., Bressler, S. L., & Diwadkar, V. A. (2016). Inferring the dysconnection syndrome in schizophrenia: Interpretational considerations on methods for the network analyses of fMRI data. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 7, 132.
  4. Silverstein, B. H., Snodgrass, M., Shevrin, H., & Kushwaha, R. (2015). P3b, consciousness, and complex unconscious processing. Cortex, 73, 216-227.
  5. Pal, D., Hambrecht-Wiedbusch, V. S., Silverstein, B. H., & Mashour, G. A. (2015). Electroencephalographic coherence and cortical acetylcholine during ketamine-induced unconsciousness. British journal of anaesthesia, 114(6), 979-989.

Personal Interests

Outside of research, I'm active in social and political organizing around southeast Michigan. When I have time, I cook, attempt to play piano, practice martial arts, and go camping/hiking.

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Wafaa Sweidan
2nd Year, Predoctoral Candidate

wsweidan@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Lebanese American University, Lebanon; B.S. Biology

Hometown:
Lebanon

Advisors

Navid Seraji-Bozorgzad, M.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

To be decided

Research

Microglial activation in Huntington’s disease, orrelation with disease progression and white matter changes.

Awards & Honors

 

Publications

  1. Chamaa, Fa, 1 ., Sweidan, Wa, 1., Nahas, Zb., Saade, Na., Abou-Kheir, Wa.(2015).Thalamic Stimulation in Awake Rats Induces Neurogenesis in the Hippocampal Formation.Brain Stimulation. 10.1016/j.brs.2015.09.006

Personal Interests

Sports

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Natalie Wiseman
4th Year, Doctoral Candidate

nwisema@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Bowling Green State University; B.S. Biology

Hometown:
Ann Arbor, MI

Advisor

Zhifeng Kou, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Alana Conti, Ph.D., E. Mark Haacke, Ph.D., Jeffrey StanleyPh.D. and Robert Welch, M.D. 

Research

Brain metabolism changes after mild traumatic brain injury.

Awards & Honors

  • 2016 - 1st Annual TNP Symposium and Research Day award for best clinical research presentation
  • 2015 - NIH F30
  • 2014 - ISMRM 23rd annual meeting magna cum laude award

Publications

  1. Iraji A, Chen H, Wiseman N*, Zhang T, Welch R, O'Neil B, Kulek A, Ayaz SI, Wang X, Zuk C, Haacke EM, Liu T, Kou Z. Connectome-scale assessment of structural and functional connectivity in mild traumatic brain injury at the acute stage. Neuroimage Clin. 2016; 12: 100–115.
  2. Iraji A, Calhoun VD, Wiseman NM*, Davoodi-Bojd E, Avanaki MR, Haacke EM, Kou Z. The connectivity domain: Analyzing resting state fMRI data using feature-based data-driven and model-based methods. Neuroimage. 2016 Jul 1; 134: 494-507. 
  3. Iraji A, Chen H, Wiseman N*, Welch RD, O'Neil BJ, Haacke EM, Liu T, Kou Z. Compensation through Functional Hyperconnectivity: A Longitudinal Connectome Assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Neural Plast. 2016; 2016: 4072402. 
  4. Liu, J., Xia, S., Hanks, R.A., Wiseman*, N.M., Peng, C., Zhou, S., Haacke, E.M. and Kou, Z. Susceptibility Weighted Imaging and Mapping of Micro-hemorrhages and Major Deep Veins after Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of neurotrauma. 2015.
  5. Doshi, H., Wiseman, N.*, Liu, J., Wang, W., Welch, R.D., O'Neil, B.J., Zuk, C., Wang, X., Mika, V., Szaflarski, J.P., Haacke, E.M. and Kou, Z. Cerebral hemodynamic changes of mild traumatic brain injury at the acute stage. PLoS One. 2015 Feb 6;10(2)

Personal Interests

Games, crocheting, metascience and animals.

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Eric Woodcock
5th Year, Doctoral Candidate

ewoodcoc@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Washington (Seattle); B.S. Psychology

Hometown:
Buckley, WA

Advisor

Mark Greenwald, Ph.D.

Advisory/Dissertation Committee

Boris Balte, Ph.D., Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., David Ledgerwood, Ph.D,  and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Research

Neurobiology of substance use disorders.

Awards & Honors

  • 2016 – Ruth L. Kirschstein F31 Fellowship Recipient Supplement, Graduate School, WSU
  • 2016 – 1st Place Poster, Graduate and Post-Doctoral Research Symposium, WSU
  • 2016 – Dr. Robert J. Bernucci Travel Award, WSU SOM
  • 2015 – Thomas C. Rumble Predoctoral Fellowship ($16,000), Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, WSU SOM
  • 2015 – Dean Asselin Award ($2,500), Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, WSU SOM. Award for best first-authored manuscript by a trainee in Psychiatry Department
  • 2015 – Ruth L. Kirschstein F31 Fellowship Application Incentive, Graduate School, WSU
  • 2015 – 2nd Place, 3-Minute Thesis Competition, Translational Neuroscience, WSU SOM
  • 2015-present – Neuroscience Education Volunteer, Cass Technical High School, Detroit, MI
  • 2014 – Dr. Robert J. Bernucci Travel Award, WSU SOM
  • 2014-present – Detroit Brain Day Volunteer, Michigan Science Center, Detroit, MI
  • 2012 – Dean’s Recruiting Award ($2,000), Translational Neuroscience, WSU SOM
  • 2012-2015 – Graduate Research Assistantship, Translational Neuroscience, WSU SOM
  • 2004 – Admitted to the University of Washington with Distinction, Seattle, WA
  • 2004 – Magna cum laude honors, Green River Community College, Auburn, WA
  • 2004 – Valedictorian, White River High School, Buckley, WA
  • 2002-2007 – National Dean’s List

Publications

  1. Ehrenreich-May, J., Dimeff, L.A., Woodcock, E.A., Queen, A.H., Kelly, T., Contreras, I.S., Rash, B., Kelley-Brimer, A., Hauschildt, J., Danner, S.M., Kennedy, S.M. & Barlow, D.H. (2016). Enhancing online training in an evidence-based treatment for adolescent panic disorder: A randomized controlled trial. Evidence-Based Practice in Child & Adolescent Mental Health. 
  2. Woodcock, E.A., Wadehra, S, & Diwadkar, V.A. (2016). Network profiles of the dorsal anterior cingulate and dorsal prefrontal cortex in schizophrenia during hippocampal-based associative memory. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 10, 32. 
  3. Stoltman, J.J.K., Woodcock, E.A., Lister, J. J., Lundahl, L.H. & Greenwald, M.K. (2015). Heroin delay discounting: Modulation by pharmacological state, drug-use impulsivity and intelligence. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 23, 455-463.   
  4. Greenwald, M.K., Woodcock, E.A., Khatib, D., & Stanley, J.A. (2015). Methadone maintenance dose modulates anterior cingulate glutamate levels in heroin dependent individuals: A preliminary in vivo 1H MRS study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. 
  5. Woodcock, E.A., White, R., & Diwadkar, V.A. (2015). The dorsal prefrontal and dorsal anterior cingulate cortices exert complementary network signatures during encoding and retrieval in associative memory. Behavioral Brain Research, 290, 152-160. 
  6. Woodcock, E.A., Lundahl, L.H., Burmeister, M. & Greenwald, M.K. (2015). Functional mu opioid receptor polymorphism (OPRM1 A118G) associated with heroin use outcomes in Caucasian males: A pilot study. The American Journal on Addictions, 24, 329-335. 
  7. Woodcock, E.A., Lundahl, L.H., Stoltman, J.J.K., & Greenwald, M.K. (2015). Progression to regular heroin use: Examination of patterns, predictors, and consequences. Addictive Behaviors. 45, 287-293. 
  8. Stoltman, J.J.K., Woodcock, E.A., Lister, J.J., Greenwald, M.K., & Lundahl, L.H. (2015). Exploration of the telescoping effect among not-in-treatment, intensive heroin-using research volunteers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence.148, 217-220. 
  9. Woodcock, E.A., Lundahl, L.H., & Greenwald, M.K. (2015). Predictors of buprenorphine initial outpatient maintenance and dose taper response among non-treatment-seeking heroin dependent volunteers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 146, 89-96. 
  10. Dimeff, L.A., Harned, M.S., Woodcock, E.A., & Skutch, J. (2015). Investigating bang for your training buck:  A randomized controlled trial comparing three methods of training clinicians in two core strategies of Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Behavior Therapy. 
  11. Hubley, S., Woodcock, E.A., Dimeff, L.A. & Dimidjian, S. (2015). Disseminating Behavioural Activation for depression via online training: Preliminary steps. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1-15. 
  12. Harned, M.S., Dimeff, L.A., Woodcock, E.A., Kelly, T., Zavertnik, J., Contreras, I., & Danner, S.M. (2014). Exposing clinicians to exposure: A randomized controlled dissemination trial of Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. Behavior Therapy. 45(6), 731-744. d
  13. Harned, M.S., Dimeff, L.A., Woodcock, E.A., & Contreras, I.C. (2013). Predicting adoption of Exposure Therapy in a randomized controlled dissemination trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 27(8), 754-762. 
  14. Dimeff, L.A., Woodcock, E.A., Harned, M.S., & Beadnell, B. (2011). Can Dialectical Behavior Therapy be learned in highly structured learning environments? Results from a randomized controlled dissemination trial. Behavior Therapy, 42(2), 263-275. 
  15. Harned, M.S., Dimeff, L.A., Woodcock, E.A., & Skutch, J.M. (2011). Overcoming barriers to disseminating exposure therapies for anxiety disorders: A pilot randomized controlled trial of training methods. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 25(2), 155-163. 
  16. Dimeff, L.D., Koerner, K., Woodcock, E.A., Beadnell, B., Brown, M.Z., Skutch, J.M., Paves, A.P., Bazinet, A., & Harned, M.S. (2009). Which training method works best? A randomized controlled trial comparing three methods of training clinicians in Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills. Behavior Research & Therapy, 47, 921-930.

Chapters:

  1. Dimeff, L.A., Paves, A.P.*, Skutch, J.M.*, & Woodcock, E.A.* (2011). Shifting paradigms in clinical psychology: How innovative technologies are shaping treatment delivery. In D. Barlow (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of clinical psychology (pp. 618-648). New York: Oxford University Press.

Personal Interests

Seeing the world, sports (especially golf and basketball), good food, fitness and Detroit.

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Helen Wu, Ph.D.
M.D./Ph.D. program, Wayne State University Medical School, 3rd year. 

wuhelen@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Michigan; B.S. Biomedical Engineering

Hometown:
 

Advisor

Jeffrey Loeb, M.D., Ph.D. and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Bruce Berkowitz, Ph.D., Matthew Galloway, Ph.D. and Donald Kuhn, Ph.D.

Dissertation Research Title

Identification of Metabolite Biomarkers in Epilepsy using 1H MRS

Dissertation Defense Date

June 2016

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Denise Briggs, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

dibriggs@stanford.edu

Education:
University of Michigan; B.S. Neuroscience and Psychology

Hometown:
 

Advisor

Donald Kuhn, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Mathew Galloway, Ph.D., Jason Mateika, Ph.D. and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D.

Dissertation Research Title

Cognitive, Psychiatric, and Neuropathological Manifestations of Repetitive Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Dissertation Defense Date

March 2016

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Hilary Marusak, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Pharmacy and Health Science, Wayne State University

hmarusak@med.wayne.edu

Education:
Kalamazoo College; B.A. Biology and Psychology

Hometown:
 

Advisor

Moriah Thomason, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Mark Greenwald, Ph.D., David Rosenberg, M.D. and Richard Slatcher, Ph.D.

Dissertation Research Title

Childhood Trauma and Emotion Processing Neurocircuitry

Dissertation Defense Date

March 2016

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Dhruman Goradia, Ph.D.
Associate Scientist, Banner Alzheimer's Institute

dhruman.goradia@bannerhealth.com

Education:
University of Mumbai; B.E. Instrumentation Engineering      Wright State University; M.S. Biomedical Engineering

Hometown:
Mumbai, India

Advisor

Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., Naftali Raz, Ph.D. and Manuel Tancer, M.D. 

Dissertation Research Title

Evidence of Distinctive Structural Alterations that Differentiate ADHD Boys With and Without a Comorbid Reading Disability

Dissertation Defense Date

June 2015

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Brianne Mohl, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Radiology and Neurology, University of Colorado

brianne.mohl@ucdenver.edu

Education:
Colorado State University; B.S. Natural Sciences

Hometown:
Longmont, CO

Advisor

Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Joseph Casey, Ph.D., Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., Lara Jones, Ph.D. and Noa Ofen, Ph.D. 

Dissertation Research Title

Neural Alterations Influencing Skilled Reading in ADHD: A Task-based fMRI Study

Dissertation Defense Date

February 2015

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Erik Brown, M.D., Ph.D.
Neurosurgical Resident, Department of Neurological Surgery, Oregon Health & Science University Hospital

ecbrown@med.wayne.edu

Education:
University of Michigan; B.S. Electrical Engineering

Hometown:
Allen Park, MI

Advisor

Eishi Asano, M.D., Ph.D. 

Dissertation Committee

Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., Jeffrey Loeb, M.D., Ph.D. and Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D.

Dissertation Research Title

Multi-Modality Assessment of Language Function

Dissertation Defense Date

June 2013

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