2022 Medical Student Research Scholars

Inserra Family Scholars
Scholar Research Project Research Institution Mentor
Guneet Janda Interactions between Gut Microbiome and B-Cell Depletion in Multiple Sclerosis Yale School of Medicine Erin Longbrake, MD, PhD
Foundation of the CMSC Scholars
Scholar Research Project Research Institution Mentor
Jakob Alden Patient and provider perspectives on the ethics of early screening for multiple sclerosis The Medical College of Wisconsin Ahmed Obeidat, MD, PhD
Elisa Bello Immunophenotyping of Multiple Sclerosis Patients with Paramagnetic Rim Lesions Department of Neurology, UMass Chan Medical School Carolina Ionete MD, PhD
Jacob Cuevas RGC-32 is regulating astrocyte maturation in MS Univ of MD Schoo of Medicine Horea Rus, MD, PhD
Tori Fricker Forced-Rate Exercise to Promote Neuroplasticity in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis Neurorestorative Rehabilitation Lab, Cleveland Clinic Francois Bethoux, MD
Jordan Glassman Disease modifying therapy de-escalation in patients with multiple sclerosis: a retrospective cohort study Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health- Las Vegas Le Hua, MD, FAAN
Samantha Hao Identifying candidate cell type-specific causal variants in multiple sclerosis Johns Hopkins University Kate Fitzgerald, Sc.D Assistant Professor of Neurology and Epidemiology
Nahid Iseyas Longitudinal Associations Between Physical Activity and Structural Visual Metrics in Pediatric Acquired Demyelinating Syndromes Pediatric MS and Neuroinflammatory Disorders Center, The Hospital for Sick Children E. Ann Yeh, MA, MD, FRCPC, Dip ABPN
Emilie Liu Analysis of Evusheld Efficacy and Safety in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Graves Neuro-Immunology Research Group, UCSD Jennifer Graves, PhD, MD, MAS
Alexia Richie Longitudinal Walking Behavior, Capacity and Endurance in Pediatric-Onset Multiple Sclerosis Patients Pediatric MS & Related Disorders Clinic, University of Virginia Health System J. Nicholas Brenton, MD
Zachary Weinstock Cognitive Relapse: An examination of the relative impacts of acute inflammation and chronic neurodegeneration affecting specific structural brain networks and their interaction with cognitive reserve in relapsing-remitting MS patients. Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center/ Jacobs MS Center Michael G. Dwyer, III, PhD