Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Research

Each May and June, PGY-4 residents present a research project that they are involved with during the academic year. The presentations are modeled on the American Academy of Neurology platform presentation. A faculty panel evaluates the projects, and an award is given to the first place winner.

Residents select a faculty advisor (any staff neurologist or other department attending) and identify a research project early in the PGY-3 year.

Recent Topics

Resident Research Topics 2017-2018
Norman Ajiboye, MD
Flow Diversion versus Conventional Treatment for Carotid Cavernous Aneurysms
Richard Byrne, MD
Photoplythesmographic Signal to Screen Sleep-Disordered Breating in Acute Stroke Patients
Shaista Alam, MD
Trends in Mortality for Patients Admitted to Neurological vs. Non-Neurological Intensive Care Units with Acute Brain Injury
Anthony Allen, MD
Genetics in Patients with Duchene Muscular Dystrophy
Joseph McCall, MD
Examination of the Role of TEE in Management of Acute Stroke
Jackie Kraft, MD
Early Ambulation in Patients with External Ventricular Drains: Results of a Quality Improvement Project
Kedar Mahajan, MD, PhD
Green Fluorescence and OCT
Nicole Mahdi, MD
Incidence of Cocaine-Associated Ischemic Stroke and Outcomes with or without Administration of IV tPA
Yu Kan Au, MD
Treatment of Refractory Status Epilepticus with Continious IV AEDs
Christian Bachelor, MD
Comparison of Bedside Ultrasound with Transthoracic Echocardiography in the Evaluation of Acute Suspected Stroke
Matthew Berk, MD
The Efficacy of Subanesthetic Ketamine Infusion on Chronic Migraine
Angela Crudele, MD
Zonisamide and Length of Stay in the EMU
Anna Karpenko, MD
Retrospective Review of Prognostication of Anoxic Brain Injury at TJUH
Krista Lim-Hing, MD
Sleep Disordered Breathing in Acute Stroke Patients
Allyson Pickard, MD
Ketamine for Refractory Status Epilepticus  
Alan Wang, MD
Timing Until Mechanical Thrombectomy