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Neurology Residents & Recent Alumni

Meet the current residents of the Department of Neurology’s residency training program, and learn more about our recent alumni.

Current Manhattan-Track Residents

Class of 2023

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Omar Akhand, MD

Hometown: Queens, NY
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology, epilepsy, neuro-ophthalmology, eye movements, concussion and traumatic brain injuries
Hobbies: Science fiction novels and films, electric guitar, basketball, PC gaming
Why I chose NYU Langone: Role model faculty members and residents. I wanted to care for patients from all over the world as well as fellow New Yorkers, many of whom are desperate and often arrive to NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue quite sick. NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital and Kimmel Pavilion, being a tertiary care center, also draw incredible cases. These patients teach me about every neurologic condition imaginable.

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Hannah Conn, MD

Hometown: Ridgewood, NJ
Medical school: Georgetown University School of Medicine 
Areas of interest: movement disorders, clinical neurophysiology
Hobbies: Cooking, hiking, dancing, enjoying live music, admiring museum artwork
Why I chose NYU Langone:  I was very impressed with the neurology residency's commitment to its residents’ education. It quickly became evident that the lecture series and approachable faculty foster an incredible environment in which young neurologists can gain knowledge and professionally develop their skills as an independent provider. I was also drawn to the program for its diverse patient populations at NYU Langone, NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, and the Manhattan campus of the VA NY Harbor Healthcare System.

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Andrew Day, MD

Hometown: Bryn Mawr, PA
Medical school: Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University 
Areas of interest: movement disorders, quality improvement and patient safety, neuropalliative care
Hobbies: reading, all things Philadelphia sports, enjoying a good meal, traveling
Why I chose NYU Langone: I chose NYU Langone because of the incredible leadership and faculty who prioritize producing thoughtful, compassionate clinicians. They have created an environment that values residents’ education above all else. Furthermore, NYU Langone offers the chance to train at three distinct facilities offering a diversity of patient populations and a wide range of neurologic pathology.

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Alexander Fein, MD

Hometown: Monsey, NY
Medical school: SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Medicine 
Areas of interest: general neurology, medical education
Hobbies: Spending time with my wife and our dog, playing guitar and piano, going to museums, seeing concerts, listening to comedy podcasts
Why I chose NYU Langone: The kind and welcoming nature of the residents, faculty and program leadership, as well as the opportunity to work in such a diverse group of hospital settings, particularly being able to care for some of New York City’s most vulnerable populations at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue.

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Daniel Gratch, MD

Hometown: New York, NY
Medical school: Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania
Areas of interest: multiple sclerosis, neuro-immunology, neurocognitive disorders
Hobbies: Playing and practicing guitar, all kinds of music, traveling, football, running, cooking 
Why I chose NYU Langone: The richness and variety of clinical and research experiences across the three sites: NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, Tisch Hospital, and the VA. The uniqueness of Bellevue and having the privilege to take care of a sick and incredibly diverse patient population. An amazing neurology faculty that is growing and thriving under its leadership. Residents who are so impressive but remain down to earth and always true to the spirit of collaboration and learning.

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Hannah Irvine, MD

Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Medical school: University of Minnesota Medical School
Areas of interest: stroke, neuroimaging, brain edema, neurology education, clinical research
Hobbies: biking, skiing, bocce ball, art, gallery hopping, eating, movies, reading
Why I chose NYU Langone: New York City has many excellent neurology training programs, but NYU Langone’s Department of Neurology is uniquely tight-knit. There is a warm and familiar collegiality of the whole group, residents and faculty alike. The program is especially forward thinking, and actively evolving to better patient care, trainee education, and resident wellbeing.

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Yuan Ji, MD

Hometown: Belmont, MA
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology, headache
Hobbies: Running, cooking, knitting hats, playing dizi (bamboo flute), reading romance novels
Why I chose NYU Langone: After attending NYU Grossman School of Medicine, I knew that I wanted to continue working with the patient population at NYU Langone and NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue. The neurology residency program is filled with wonderful people, supportive faculty, and excellent educational opportunities, so it was an easy decision to stay here for training.

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Jonathan Rosenthal, MD

Hometown: Colts Neck, NJ, and Brooklyn, NY
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology 
Hobbies: yoga, philosophy, music pre-1750
Why I chose NYU Langone: When I was considering applying to NYU Langone for residency, many faculty—busy as they are—offered to discuss this further with me, among them Dr. Galetta. The fact that the chair of the department was willing to spend an hour with a first-year medical student impressed me then, and that this open culture perfuses every day of residency impresses me now. I feel endlessly supported and inspired by those who make up this department. I could imagine no better group of role models for me than the humanistic and thoughtful neurologists and staff at NYU Langone.

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Issac Teboul, MD

Hometown: Queens, NY
Medical school: SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Medicine
Areas of interest: acute care neurology, vascular disease
Hobbies: sports, biking around the city 
Why I chose NYU Langone: NYU Langone has outstanding educators, a supportive program focused on my learning and wellbeing, and gives us the opportunity to learn and train while taking care of some of the city's sickest patients.

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Betsy Thomas, MD

Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Medical school: Boston University School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology, movement disorders, quality improvement
Hobbies: biking, finding new brunch spots, hiking, cooking 
Why I chose NYU Langone: I was excited to experience the diversity of cases at the different hospitals that NYU Langone serves, and have the opportunity to take care of a vulnerable population often neglected by healthcare. Most of all, the members of the Department of Neurology at NYU Langone are so kind, friendly, and genuinely love neurology and want to share that passion with everyone.

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Sandie Worley, MD

Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
Areas of interest: movement, neuro-oncology, healthcare disparities
Hobbies: reading, cooking, eating, yoga
Why I chose NYU Langone: The collegiality among residents and faculty that makes for a very supportive learning and work environment, the incredibly diverse patient population at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue, and friendly and happy residents.

Class of 2022

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Julia Agee, MD

Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine

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Kristie Bauman, MD

Hometown: Erie, PA
Medical school: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Areas of interest: health care disparities and social determinants of health, cognitive outcomes after epilepsy surgery, ICU EEG
Hobbies: Cycling, hiking, skiing, cooking, swing dancing, telling corny jokes
Why I chose NYU Langone: NYU Langone has some of the most fun, down to earth, and friendly residents on the residency interview trail. Even though the residents who I met a few years ago have graduated, the culture has stayed the same. I’ve met some of my best friends here and enjoy our weekly happy hours and weekends exploring the city. My mentors have allowed me to grow as a physician to underserved patients and as a researcher in health disparities.  Finally, as a future epileptologist, I am so fortunate to be training at one of the largest epilepsy centers in the country. Due to our high volume, I have the opportunity to read multiple EEG studies with attending supervision independently of our fellows.

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Stephen Berger, MD, PhD

Hometown: Gaithersburg, MD 
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: movement disorders; basic and translational neuroscience research 
Hobbies: Cooking, baking, theater, coffee, and taking care of my many plants and tropical fish 
Why I chose NYU Langone: As a former MD and PhD student at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, I know from personal experience that our faculty are deeply committed to education and patient care. There are so many gifted teachers in our neurology department, and our program truly values resident education. In addition, we have the opportunity to care for a diverse array of patients; in particular, it is truly a privilege to serve the city's most vulnerable at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue.

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Monica Chan, MD

Hometown: Rockville, MD
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology, global health, education
Hobbies: Cooking, traveling, spending time with my dog, biking in the city
Why I chose NYU Langone: I was a medical student here and felt that the residents and attendings were the most friendly and welcoming. I also wanted to work with different patient populations and practice settings at NYU Langone, the VA, and NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue. It’s also one of the rare neurology residencies with an established global neurology program.

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Alexa Dessy, MD

Hometown: New York, NY 
Medical school: Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
Areas of interest: health disparities, population health, movement disorders 
Hobbies: Reading, traveling, speaking Spanish, spinning 
Why I chose NYU Langone: NYU Langone fosters a collegial and supportive work environment while providing a diverse and rigorous training experience. The faculty are incredibly accomplished leaders in the field but are also approachable and down to earth. The residents are amazing colleagues to work along side and get together regularly outside of work as well. In addition, there are so many amazing female mentors and role models in the department.

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Levi Dygert, MD

Hometown: San Diego, CA
Medical school: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Areas of interest: Stroke, neuroinfectious disease, global health 
Hobbies: Biking, beaches, volleyball 
Why I chose NYU Langone: This a program that values empathy and compassion as much as a clinical acumen, and emphasizes collegiality and interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Steve Han, MD

Hometown: Vancouver, Canada
Medical school: Boston University School of Medicine
Areas of interest: movement disorders, quality improvement, teleneurology
Hobbies: Playing with my mini-goldendoodle (Kenny), tennis, reading self-improvement books, watching reruns of The Office, working out, trying out new restaurants
Why I chose NYU Langone: What immediately drew me to NYU Langone were the the supportive environment and collegial faculty and residents. Coming from outside of New York City, I was told how blunt New Yorkers can be. On my interview day, I was pleasantly surprised by how further from the truth this was at NYU Langone. I also wanted to provide care for a diverse group of patients with equally diverse pathology at various stages of progression, and I felt that NYU Langone’s three teaching hospitals, each with its own unique patient population, would provide such opportunity.

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Sean Kelly, MD, PhD

Hometown: St. Louis, MO
Medical school: Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
Areas of interest: focal neurologic deficits, motor control circuits, vascular neurology
Hobbies: Exploring national parks, cooking, biking, sporting, hanging with my wife and daughter
Why I chose NYU Langone: Everyone in the department, starting with the leadership on down, contributes to an amazing culture of learning that we all benefit from daily whether in academic conferences or on the wards. In my opinion, we have the absolute best blend of hospital and outpatient environments in New York City, if not the entire country.

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Andrew Lee, MD

Hometown: Troy, MI
Medical school: Boston University School of Medicine
Areas of interest: stroke
Hobbies: Delicious food, soccer, weight lifting, bouldering, cooking
Why I chose NYU Langone: Other than the amazing clinical experience, what really impressed me is that the department as a whole has a strong emphasis on people, both the patients and the staff. The best example of this was during my interview day—Dr. Kurzweil had a clear plan of what type of resident and attending I would be. It was eerily close to things I was already considering but didn't mention in my application. This kind of thoughtful approach to others is what made me really fall in love the Department of Neurology at NYU Langone.

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Mordechai Smith, MD

Hometown: Lawrence, NY
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology, neuromuscular disorders
Hobbies: TV, gaming, reading, spending quality family time, watching sports, music
Why I chose NYU Langone: I found the leadership and fellow residents extremely friendly. The program is focused on encouraging me to be the best neurologist I want to be, not the neurologist anyone else expects of me to be. I get to learn from some of the world's leaders in neurology and sickest patients at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue concurrently.

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Daniel Talmasov, MD

Hometown: Jamaica, NY
Medical school: Stony Brook University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
Previous psychiatry residency completed: Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program
Areas of interest: behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry, lesion-induced psychiatric symptoms, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy body disease, catatonia, brain–network imaging, translational neuroscience
Hobbies: live music, nature, reading, all the arts, delicious foods, traveling, science fiction
Why I chose NYU Langone: At NYU Langone, I felt like I didn’t have to choose between professional and personal life. The program was opened minded to novel approaches to neurology, and was a great fit for me since I had previously completed a psychiatry residency and there are a wealth of colleagues here that are dual-trained in neurology and psychiatry, an unusual and valuable resource.

Class of 2021

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Vito Arena, MD

Hometown: Glendale, NY
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Areas of interest: neuro-immunology, multiple sclerosis, rehabilitation therapies, improving quality-of-life in chronic and progressive disease 
Hobbies: reading science-fiction and fantasy, trying new types of foods, weight lifting, hiking 
Why I chose NYU Langone: The department clearly was dedicated to training well-rounded clinical and academic neurologists with an incredible faculty of clinicians and physician–scientists in nearly every neurological subspecialty. Most impressive was the way NYU Langone is able to be such a center of excellence but the residency program fostered such an air of team spirit and collegiality, amongst housestaff and faculty.

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Amadou Camara, MD

Hometown: Dakar, Senegal 
Medical school: American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine
Areas of interest: general neurology and epilepsy, healthcare disparities, diversity and inclusion in medicine
Hobbies: Sports, world history, travel 
Why I chose NYU Langone: I chose NYU Langone because of its reputation and excellent training program. NYU Langone provides world-class teaching with experts in every subspecialty of neurology. We are exposed to different patient populations, various complexities, and stages of neurological diseases, all of which embolden us to be well-rounded neurologist. The best part of NYU Langone is the support from faculty, co-residents, patient encounters, and of course living in Manhattan.

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Elizabeth Carroll, MD

Hometown: Chicago, IL
Medical school: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Areas of interest: neurocritical care, ICU EEG, resident education
Hobbies: cooking and hosting dinner parties, exploring new restaurants around the city, spending time in Central Park, running, yoga
Why I chose NYU Langone:  It was clear from the beginning that NYU Langone’s Department of Neurology truly is a family; my co-residents and attendings are without a doubt the best people I know.

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Abhinav Changa, MD

Hometown: Old Bridge, NJ
Areas of interest: academic medicine, education, neuroimaging, acute neurology, diagnostic biomarkers in neurology
Medical school: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Hobbies: Dancing, baking, music, tech, watching football and basketball
Why I chose NYU Langone: NYU Langone was a program that immensely impressed me during my interview day. From that day on, I have met such warm and approachable people that are also world-renowned in their respective fields. The program as a whole (including the leadership, faculty, and fellow residents) has instilled a culture that cultivates everyone's overall success and wellbeing and the program encourages mentorship development that serves as a launchpad for a career in anything a resident wants to pursue.

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Leah Croll, MD

Hometown: Armonk, NY
Medical school: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Areas of interest: stroke, acute neurology, medical education, medical media
Hobbies: Trying all the pastries in New York City one bakery at a time, long walks all over the city, alternating fiction and nonfiction books, wine nights with my co-residents
Why I chose NYU Langone: That’s easy—the people. NYU Langone’s Department of Neurology has an especially warm, fun culture. The department leadership and attendings are so approachable and truly care about the residents. The residents are incredibly supportive of one another, and we’re all a big family.

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Arooshi Kumar, MD

Hometown: Louisville, KY
Medical school: University of Louisville School of Medicine
Areas of interest: predictive analytics, stroke epidemiology, health tech 
Hobbies: Cooking, dancing, binging netflix
Why I chose NYU Langone: The friendly leadership that prioritizes resident education and readily interfaces with residents. Our chair, vice chair and program director regularly attend our resident forums. Moreover, this program affords incredible female mentorship.

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Maya Madhavan, MD

Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Medical school: Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University
Areas of interest: neuroimmunology, telemedicine, neurology education
Hobbies: Cooking, Broadway musicals, reading, singing
Why I chose NYU Langone: The people, community, and unique opportunity to train with three very different patient populations.

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Chai Medicherla, MD

Hometown: Queens, NY
Medical school: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Areas of interest: stroke neurology, neuroimaging, physics
Hobbies: tennis, photography, design, traveling, autobiographies
Why I chose NYU Langone: The diversity in patient population is absolutely astounding and establishes an incredibly strong foundation. This is built upon exponentially by the loving and nurturing neurology faculty, all of whom are readily approachable to not just discuss academic ventures but also to simply be of support regarding day-to-day matters. It’s truly a family here.

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Jasmin Patel, MD

Hometown: Frenchtown, NJ
Medical school: Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Areas of interest: multiple sclerosis, autoimmune neurology, general neurology
Hobbies: Spending time with my friends and family, reading novels, watching shows and movies, being outdoors
Why I chose NYU Langone: The incredibly friendly and supportive culture in our department and residency program, the great location in New York City, and the opportunity to care for and learn from a diverse patient population amongst our three hospitals.

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Michael Tamimi, MD

Hometown: Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
Medical school: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Areas of interest: headache medicine, sports neurology, concussion medicine
Hobbies: cartography, intramural soccer and flag football, travel (34 countries and 5 continents thus far)
Why I chose NYU Langone: The people and the environment. Right from interview day, I knew NYU was special. The residents and administration were relaxed, yet incredibly engaging and approachable. It felt as if they had all been life-long friends and we were welcomed to their group unconditionally.

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Dixon Yang, MD

Hometown: Boca Raton, FL
Medical school: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Areas of interest: stroke, neuro-epidemiology, social determinants of health
Hobbies: Trying new restaurants, travel photography, biking around the city, the Daily podcast, gaming
Why I chose NYU Langone: The department truly creates a team culture and atmosphere that promotes learning and encourages residents to excel. The leadership, attendings, mentors, and co-residents are supportive and fun.

Current Brooklyn-Track Residents

Class of 2023

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Taolin Fang, MD

Hometown: Shanghai, China
Medical school: Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University
Areas of interest: neurocritical care, neurophysiology, neuro-oncology, obesity,  health-related quality of Life (HRQoL)  
Hobbies: hiking, fishing, rock collecting 
Why I chose NYU Langone: I chose NYU Langone because it has the most intelligent and caring faculties who are so devoted to teaching. As a program, it has the most charming leader, provides the most diverse exposure, and the greatest opportunity to care for patients from all over the world. All the people here are just the people that I've dreamed of working with.

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Megan Trenz, DO

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA
Medical school: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Areas of interest: headache medicine, epilepsy, social and economic determinants of health 
Hobbies: Baking the ultimate Christmas cookie lineup, running—especially half marathons, trying to keep my house plants alive 
Why I chose NYU Langone: I was drawn to New York because of the ability to care for one of the most diverse patient populations in the U.S. This leads to an incredible variety of pathology that we see every day. I was drawn to NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn because of the way that the entire neurology department supports and invests in each resident to become the best neurologist they can be.

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George Park, DO

Hometown: Okemos, Michigan
Medical school: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Areas of interest: neuro-ophthalmology, traumatic brain injuries
Hobbies: traveling, hiking, weightlifting, basketball, really anything active
Why I chose NYU Langone: I chose this program because of the people. Everyone here is a close-knit family that takes care of each other and watch out for each other. Residency can be tough, so having a good support system makes a very big difference. The wide array of diverse patients we see here also ensures a thorough world class education. We also have incredible faculty with expertise in multiple different subspecialties within the world of neurology that allow us to have exposure in all fields within neurology.

Class of 2022

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Mirza Omari, MD, MPH

Hometown: Tirana, Albania
Medical school: St. George’s University School of Medicine
Areas of interest: neuroimmunology, understanding the etiology and pathophysiology of neurologic diseases, improving quality of life in patients with chronic neurologic disease, patient education
Hobbies: music (signing in particular), tennis, exploring as much of the world as possible, history museums, kayaking, cooking, stargazing with my telescope
Why I chose NYU Langone: NYU Langone provides a well-balanced academic and hands-on experience with exposure to a diverse population with complex presentations. Additionally, the department provides 10 fellowship programs, which allows residents to train with experts in those fields. Here, you feel like you’re part of a big family who provides perpetual care and support for its members.

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Thomas Snyder, MD

Hometown: Staten Island, NY
Medical school: St. George’s University School of Medicine
Areas of interest: vascular neurology, interventional neurology
Hobbies: snowboarding, hiking, running
Why I chose NYU Langone: I chose NYU Langone because of the robust academic curriculum it provides to residents while also training in a high volume academic center. There are many research and career opportunities. I also chose NYU Langone because it is a privilege to treat and learn from arguably the most diverse patient population in the country.

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Eduard Valdes, MD

Hometown: Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Medical school: University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine
Areas of interest: stroke, interventional neuroradiology, healthcare disparities, research and education 
Hobbies: traveling, food and wine, guitar, hiking, graphic design
Why I chose NYU Langone: After doing a four-week neurology clerkship here as a medical student, I was convinced that the camaraderie between the residents in this program is unparalleled. NYU Langone offers me the opportunity to learn from world-class leaders across a wide range of subspecialties in neurology, while caring for an incredibly diverse patient population in one of the best cities in the world.

Class of 2021

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Shashank Agarwal, MD

Hometown: Jhansi, UP, India
Areas of interest: acute care models of stroke treatment delivery and neuroendovascular stroke treatment 
Hobbies: Spending time with friends and family, cooking, exploring the city
Why I chose NYU Langone: I loved the camaraderie within the department, the numerous opportunities to advance your academic career, and getting to live in one of the most fun cities in the world.

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Andres Andino, MD

Hometown: Quito, Ecuador. 
Areas of interest: neurophysiology, epilepsy, EEG reading 
Hobbies: BMX, cooking, riding my OneWheel, playing guitar and charango (a small Andean guitar), and spending time with my dog, Kaya
Why I chose NYU Langone: I wanted to train in an environment that would provide me with exposure to a wide scope of neurologic pathology. New York City was clearly the right place for this. Once I met the Brooklyn neurology faculty and team, I was amazed by their knowledge and clinical expertise. Moreso, their dedication to an incredibly heterogeneous and underserved population was what really made me want to be a part of this team. Four years have gone by, and this program has exceeded all my expectations. I feel more than ready and can't wait to continue my training as an clinical neurophysiology fellow next year.

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Andre Granger, MD

Hometown: Petit Valley, Trinidad and Tobago
Areas of interest: neuromuscular medicine
Hobbies: Spending time with family and friends, watching and playing sports, listening to music, taking nature pics
Why I chose NYU Langone: As an interviewee, I was attracted by the close-knit relationship among the residents and attendings. I wanted to be part of a program that prioritized a healthy learning environment, and was culturally inclusive. I found it at NYU Langone. We have mastered the mix of work and fun, whilst being nurtured into neurologists that every patient would want to be taken care of.

Neurology Residency Recent Alumni

Graduated 2020

Helen Badu, MD
Medical School: SUNY Upstate Medical University
Pursuing a neuromuscular fellowship at Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Steven Bondi, MD
Medical School: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Pursuing a clinical neurophysiology fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Danielle Brewington Cross, MD
Medical School: Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania
Pursuing a stroke fellowship at University of California San Francisco School of Medicine

Jenna Conway, MD
Medical School: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Pursuing a neuro-ophthalmology fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Brent Flusty, DO
Medical School: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pursuing a stroke fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center

Brandon Giglio, MD
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Pursuing a stroke fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Kammi Grayson, DO
Medical School: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pursuing a sleep medicine fellowship at the Mayo Clinic

Hao Huang, MD
Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine
Pursuing a headache medicine fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Alexandra Kvernland, MD
Medical School: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Pursuing a stroke fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Rebecca Lalchan, DO
Medical School: New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pursuing a movement disorders fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Joshua LaRocque, MD, PhD
Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Pursuing an epilepsy fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Jina Park, MD
Medical School: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Pursuing a clinical neurophysiology fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Marco Russo, MD, PhD
Medical School: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Pursuing a neurodegenerative research fellowship at NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Sakinah Sabadia, MD
Medical School: NYU Grossman School of Medicine
Pursing a neuromuscular fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center

Graduated 2019

Alexander Allen, MD
Medical school: Pennsylvania State University

Marvin Gong, DO
Medical school: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in California

Kevin Ha, MD
Medical school: Vanderbilt University

Arif Husain, DO
Medical school: New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine

Raymond Mirasol, MD
Medical school: Rutgers University

Nicole Morgan, MD
Medical school: New York Medical College

Hannah Park, MD
Medical school: Brown University

Aaron Rothstein, MD
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Ashik Shrestha, DO
Medical school: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine—Carolinas

William Sugrue, MD
Medical school: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Jonathan Tiu, MD
Medical school: Tulane University

David Valentine, MD
Medical school: University of Rochester