Welcome New Faculty!

July 8, 2021

Meet Dr. Danielle R. Brigham

Child Neurology

Danielle Rachelle Brigham, MD
Dr. Danielle R. Brigham

Danielle R. Brigham, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in the Division of Child Neurology. Dr. Brigham graduated from Allegheny College in Meadville, PA and medical school at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. She completed child neurology residency at Northwell Health in New Hyde Park, NY and fellowships in clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Dr. Brigham is a pediatric and neonatal neurologist and epileptologist with clinical focuses on seizures, infantile and childhood epilepsy, and epilepsy surgery.

For an appointment with Dr. Brigham, please call 646-426-3876.

Meet Dr. Shivani Ghoshal

Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology

Shivani Ghoshal, MD
Dr. Shivani Ghoshal

Shivani Ghoshal, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in the Division of Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology. She completed her medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School, her residency in neurology from Yale, and fellowship training in critical care neurology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine. Prior to joining the faculty at Columbia, she was an assistant professor of neurology in the Division of Neurocritical Care at Wake Forest School of Medicine, where she received her neurosonology board certification. Dr. Ghoshal is an expert in the treatment of neurologic emergencies such as subarachnoid hemorrhage, intracerebral hemorrhage, status epilepticus, and neurotrauma. She has interests in critical care ultrasound and applications of transcranial Doppler ultrasound in critical illness, and conducts research in neurocritical care development and dialysis-associated neurovascular injury. In addition to her clinical and research activities, Dr. Ghoshal is also dedicated to medical education and will serve as associate program director at Columbia for the Neurocritical Care Fellowship Program at NYP/Columbia and Cornell. 

Meet Dr. Chinwe Ibeh

Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease

Chinwe Ibeh, MD
Dr. Chinwe Ibeh

Chinwe Ibeh, MD is an assistant professor of neurology in the Division of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease. She attained her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, where she was inducted into the national Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Ibeh completed her internship in internal medicine and residency training in neurology at the University of Washington, serving as chief resident, followed by a two-year fellowship in neuroepidemiology and vascular neurology here at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Dr. Ibeh specializes in stroke and vascular diseases of the brain and nervous system, with research interests in the neurological manifestations of heart failure and left ventricular assist devices.

For an appointment with Dr. Ibeh, please call 646-426-3876.

Meet Dr. Radhika Jagannathan

Aging and Dementia

Radhika Jagannathan, MD
Dr. Radhika Jagannathan

Radhika Jagannathan, MD, PhD is an instructor of neurology in the Division of Aging and Dementia and the Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging Brain. She completed her undergraduate studies in biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, followed by a dual-degree program at Washington University in St. Louis, where she attained both her medical degree and PhD in molecular cell biology. Dr. Jagannathan completed her internship and residency in neurology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine, serving as chief resident in her final year. During fellowship in behavioral neurology at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Dr. Jagannathan worked in the Taub Institute laboratory of Dr. Ulrich Hengst, investigating how changes in transcription factor regulatory mechanisms can drive programmatic changes in gene expression and contribute to disease pathogenesis. Dr. Jagannathan specializes in patients with memory disorders in her Aging and Dementia practice, and also sees patients with Huntington’s disease through the multidisciplinary Huntington's Disease Society of America Center of Excellence at Columbia.

For an appointment with Dr. Jagannathan, please call 646-426-3876.