Congratulations to Dr. Vavilala, UW Professor of Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine and Pediatrics, Adjunct Professor of Neurological Surgery and Director of the Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center (HIPRC)...
Research and Innovation
Madeline Greil, MD receives the Association of VA Surgeons Foundation Resident Research Scholarship Award
Congratulations to Dr. Greil whose proposal “Using Automated Pupillometry for Prediction of Intracranial Hypertension in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury” was selected to receive the $25,000 AVAS Foundation award.
Saigal lab member and UW Bioengineering graduating senior, Alejandro Diaz, awarded 2021 College of Engineering Dean’s Medal for Academic Excellence
Congratulations to Alejandro Diaz whose capstone research project earned him the prestigious award.
Congratulations to Dr. Levitt who was awarded an NIH R01 grant in the amount of $95,149 for his project “Improving the Computational Modeling of Coiled Cerebral Aneurysms through Synchrotron Microtomography.”
Congratulations to Dr. Patel who was awarded an NIH R01 grant in the amount of $600,000 for his project “Defining Cellular States of Quiescence in Human Brain Tumors.”
Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Ko who was awarded a Kuni Foundation research grant in the amount of $75,000 for his project “Measurement and Modulation of Neural Activity in Brain Cancer.”
Congratulations to Dr. Ellenbogen and Dr. Ferreira who, along with Dr. Kate Weaver and Dr. Brent Wisse, were awarded a Kuni Foundation research grant in the amount of $75,000 for their project “Predicting Medication-Resistant and Atypical Pituitary Adenomas in Children and Adults Using a Cell-Free DNA Approach.”
Congratulations to Dr. Jeff Herron who was awarded a Weill Neurohub research grant in the amount of $280,373 for his project “Automated Optimization of Adaptive DBS for Parkinson’s Disease.”
Congratulations to Dr. Hofstetter who along with Dr. Chet Moritz was awarded a Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs grant in the amount of $410,176 (1st year) for their project “Closed-loop Spinal Stimulation for Restoration of Upper Extremity Function After Spinal Cord Injury.”
Congratulations to Dr. Zin Khaing who was awarded an NIH research grant in the amount of $1,957,000 for her project “Hemodynamic basis for secondary cervical grey matter tissue loss after spinal cord injury”.