Name Email Phone Specialty
Alex Almasan 216-445-9970 Ph.D., University of South Carolina. Genotoxic stress-induced signals for cell cycle control and cell death. More on Almasan
Selva Baltan 216-444-3972 Ph.D., McGill University, M.D., Hacettepe University. The role of neutrophils in neurologic deterioration after subarachnoid hemorrhage. More on Baltan
Lynn Bekris 216-444-0111 Ph.D. University of Washington, Identifying and evaluating the functional impact of genetic and epigenetic factors in Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis. More on Bekris
Cornelia Bergmann 216-444-5922 Ph.D., Technische Hochschule.  Immune responses to viral infections in the central nervous system.  More on Bergmann
John W. Crabb 216-445-9754 Ph.D., University of Kansas Medical Center. Proteomics and biomarkers of age-related ocular diseases. More on Crabb
Tara DeSilva 216-444-7562 Ph.D. Harvard Medical School, Multiple Sclerosis - blocking immune cell infiltration into CNS, protecting CNS during immune infiltration and promoting regeneration of myelin.  More on DeSilva
Serpil C. Erzurum 216-445-5764 M.D., Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Oxidant regulation of gene expression, airway inflammation, asthma, gene therapy. More on Erzurum
Candece L. Gladson 216-636-9493 M.D., Loyola School of Medicine. Regulation and mechanisms in malignant glioma, tumor angiogenesis. More on Gladson
Christine O'Connor 216-444-0676 Ph.D., University of Virginia. More on O'Connor
Robert H. Silverman 216-445-9650 Ph.D., Iowa State University. RNase L in antiviral innate immunity and prostate cancer, phosphodiesterases in the control of viral pathogenesis. More on Silverman
Bruce D. Trapp 216-444-7177 Ph.D., Loyola University. Cellular and molecular biology of myelination, demyelination, and dysmyelination. More on Trapp