Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Grand Rounds

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
CME credit available, click here
Attendance must be registered within 6 months to be awarded credit.
Recorded archives of live activities are considered enduring materials. Viewing of a recorded session is for reference only, no CME credit can be claimed.

Virtual event

Zoom ID: 983 3802 4406 Passcode: NeuroGR

"Vulnerability to Persistent Brain Dysfunction after Sepsis"

Dr. Benjamin H. Singer

Assistant Professor

Benjamin H. Singer, MD, PhD is a University of Michigan “lifer”.  After receiving an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, he joined the Medical Scientist Training Program and completed a PhD in Neuroscience in the lab of Michal Zochowski and did postdoctoral research with Jack Parent.  As a medical student, he was captivated by the clinical problems of delirium and persistent brain dysfunction after non-neurologic illness.  As a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellow in the lab of Ted Standiford, he began studying the neuroimmune response to systemic infection in murine models and has continued doing so as his lab transitions to independence.  His work has been supported by the UM ADRC/Department of Neurology, UM Depression Center, MICHR, the American Thoracic Society and Central Society for Clinical and Translational Research.  He received a K08 career development award from NINDS and is soon to begin his first R01 through NIA.