My focus as an Associate Program Director is on medical education and career development, specifically between the transition from residency to getting a job. I am also on the Education Innovation Committee in the American Neurological Association and have an interest in developing educational content for other neurologists, whether it be through podcasts or webinars.
Clinically, I am specialized in Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology and also play a role in the fellowship. I have a particular interest in Neurosarcoidosis and Granulomatous Diseases requiring a multi-disciplinary clinical approach. I enjoy extending this interest and appreciation to the residency while teaching development of outpatient skills for a well-rounded training program. I spend most of my time with the residents during their outpatient clinics twice a week.
Education and Training:
- Drexel University College of Medicine
- Neurology Residency: Baylor College of Medicine
- Fellowship- MS/Neuroimmunology: Washington University in Saint Louis