Brain Arterial Remodeling Laboratory

Location and Contact Information

ColumbiaDoctors Neurology - Neurological Institute of New York
710 West 168th Street
6th floor, suite 632
New York, NY 10502
United States

Principal Investigator

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Research Overview

The aim of Brain Arterial Remodeling Laboratory is to relate brain large artery disease phenotypes, specifically dolichoectasia, to dementia and stroke in a subset of people at risk and with this, identify therapeutic targets to attenuate the risk of dementia and stroke in the population. Our laboratory uses an array of various investigational methods such as pathology, advanced brain MRI imaging, PET, ultrasound and mechanistic studies to test our hypotheses with scientific rigor and reproducibility. We collaborate with national and international research centers to advance the topic of brain large artery disease and make our results relevant to various populations. 


Summer students, BARS, 2023

Summer students photo: Back row (left to right): Jabari Mobley, James Hasset, Tren Dohmen. Front row (left to right): Frayelin Huma and Maliyah Panton

Summer Internship 2023

Dr. Jose Gutierrez and the Brain Arterial Remodeling Laboratory Welcomes Biomedical Scholars and Summer Interns from HBCU, The Netherlands, Columbia University, and The City College of New York to the Department of Neurology Stroke.

Lab Members