Meet the Team

Sylvain Doré, PhD, FAHA

Lab Director
Professor of Anesthesiology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Pharmaceutics and Neuroscience;
Director of Research Programs, Department of Anesthesiology;
Investigator, McKnight Brain Institute and the Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease

 

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Debra Armendariz

Dr. Abdullah Ahmad

Abdullah Ahmad

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Hari Chelvan

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Gangling (Leo) Chen

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Artem Dadamyan

Madison Fangman

Madison Fangman

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Jeffrey Fleming

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Nikita Golovachev

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Kristina Goodwin

Hudson Griffin

Hudson Griffin

Damian Hernandez

Damian Hernandez

Stacy Jean

Stacy Jean

Pradip Kamat

Pradip Kamat

Marie Kelly

Marie Kelly

Saher Khalaf

Saher Khalaf

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Victoria Larranga

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Jenna Leclerc

Chris Li

Chris Li

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Lei Liu

Bo Ma

Bo Ma

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Sarah Marini

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Ikramamul Nibir

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Haneen Ottallah

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Marissa Patel

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Harrison Phillips

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Adam Roth

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Radhika Salwan

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Ishwarya Satyavarapu

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Andrew Shumaker

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Mrguesh Thakkar

Interested in Our Research? Join the Team!

We welcome visiting physicians and fellows as volunteers.

The team focuses on investigating novel treatments of neurological disorders. Specifically, current projects involve the utilization of various preclinical mouse models to uncover the neurobiological processes of ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, and those associated with aging, Alzheimer disease and other related vascular cognitive impairments. The lab is especially interested in inflammation, antioxidants and natural products.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn about the rigorous process of scientific inquiry and gain hands-on experience conducting experiments (for example, PCR-genotyping, perfusion, brain harvesting, slicing, staining, and quantification/analysis, etc). Those interested will be asked to commit an average of three 4-hour blocks a week; additionally, summer internship is encouraged.

Please email us if you are interested in volunteering or would like more information about this exciting opportunity.