The Millennium PhD Program (MPP) is a program offered by the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The MPP ensures that physicians are equipped with the tools necessary to allow patients to benefit from the remarkable advances in knowledge derived from the basic biomedical research. The MPP grants PhD degrees to people who previously earned an MD. This collection showcases publications and presentations authored by students in this program.
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Publications from 2016
Phase III Preclinical Trials in Translational Stroke Research: Community Response on Framework and Guidelines, Johannes Boltze, Daniel-Christoph Wagner, Nils Henninger, Nikolaus Plesnila, and Cenk Ayata
Impact of Leukoaraiosis Burden on Hemispheric Lateralization of the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale Deficit in Acute Ischemic Stroke, Johanna Helenius, Richard P. Goddeau, Majaz Moonis, and Nils Henninger
Attenuated traumatic axonal injury and improved functional outcome after traumatic brain injury in mice lacking Sarm1, Nils Henninger, James P. Bouley, Elif M. Sikoglu, Jiyan An, Constance M. Moore, Jean A. King, Robert Bowser, Marc R. Freeman, and Robert H. Brown Jr.
Extending the Time Window for Endovascular and Pharmacological Reperfusion, Nils Henninger and Marc Fisher
ARTS (Aspiration-Retriever Technique for Stroke): Initial clinical experience, Francesco Massari, Nils Henninger, Juan Diego Lozano, Anand Patel, Anna L. Kuhn, Mary Howk, Mary Perras, Christopher Brooks, Matthew J. Gounis, Peter Kan, Ajay K. Wakhloo, and Ajit S. Puri
Newer Oral Anticoagulants: Stroke Prevention and Pitfalls, Anand Patel, Richard P. Goddeau, and Nils Henninger
Publications from 2015
Response to Letter Regarding Article, "Leukoaraiosis Burden Significantly Modulates the Association Between Infarct Volume and National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale in Ischemic Stroke", Johanna Helenius and Nils Henninger
Traumatic atrial myxoma rupture mimicking post-concussive symptoms, Yunis M. Mayasi, Jennifer Leidy, and Nils Henninger
Clinical impact of leukoaraiosis burden and chronological age on neurological deficit recovery and 90-day outcome after minor ischemic stroke, Sanjeeva R. Onteddu, Richard P. Goddeau, Artin Minaeian, and Nils Henninger
Prevalence of Pelvic Vein Pathology in Patients with Cryptogenic Stroke and Patent Foramen Ovale Undergoing MRV Pelvis, Marcey Osgood, Elizabeth Budman, Raphael A. Carandang, Richard P. Goddeau, and Nils Henninger
Low Serum Vitamin D Is Independently Associated with Larger Lesion Volumes after Ischemic Stroke, Anya Turetsky, Richard P. Goddeau, and Nils Henninger
Publications from 2014
Severe leukoaraiosis portends a poor outcome after traumatic brain injury, Nils Henninger, Saef Izzy, Raphael A. Carandang, Wiley R. Hall, and Susanne Muehlschlegel
Leukoaraiosis predicts cortical infarct volume after distal middle cerebral artery occlusion, Nils Henninger, Muhib Khan, Jiaying Zhang, Majaz Moonis, and Richard P. Goddeau
Predictors of Outcome following Stroke due to Isolated M2 Occlusions, Muhib Khan, Richard P. Goddeau, Jayne Zhang, Majaz Moonis, and Nils Henninger
Pre and Post-stroke Use of Statins Improves Stroke Outcome, Majaz Moonis, Rajat Kumar, Nils Henninger, Kevin Kane, and Marc Fisher
Publications from 2013
QTc-prolongation in posterior circulation stroke, Nils Henninger, Diogo C. Haussen, Nikolaos Kakouros, Magdy Selim, D. Eric Searls, Sandeep Kumar, Gottfried Schlaug, and Louis R. Caplan
Publications from 2007
Pathophysiology of respiratory failure following acute dichlorvos poisoning in a rodent model, Romolo Joseph Gaspari and David Paydarfar