Columbia University

 

 

 

Columbia University has established a collaborative partnership with multiple universities in the U.S., designating itself as a premier study site for visits. This strategic alliance brings together the research expertise of all institutions, fostering a dedicated environment for the investigation and understanding of CADASIL. Through joint efforts, Columbia University and the entire Consortium of sites aim to advance knowledge and contribute to the broader scientific community’s understanding of this rare and complex condition.

Jose Gutierrez, MD, MPH

Position title: Site Principal Investigator

Email: jg3233@cumc.columbia.edu

Dr. Jose Gutierrez is an Assistant Professor in Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center in the city of New York. Dr. Gutierrez obtained his Medical degree from University of Guadalajara in Mexico. He completed his Neurology training at University of Miami. During his residency, he obtained a Master in Public Health with major in Biostatistics from Florida International University. He then joined the Department of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center where he completed a two-year fellowship in Vascular Neurology.

Photo of Silvia Mayer, coordinator of the Columbia project.

Silvia Mayer

Position title: Clinical Research Coordinator

Email: svm2124@cumc.columbia.edu

Silvia Mayer is a clinical research coordinator at CUIMC in Manhattan. She is an international medical graduate from the University of Santander in Colombia, South America, and is pursuing a residency in neurology or psychiatry for the upcoming year. Her favorite aspect of being involved in research is being in touch with patients while contributing data that has the potential to help others in the future.

Monica Coronel

Position title: Clinical Research Coordinator

Email: mtc2182@cumc.columbia.edu