Georgia State University


Georgia State University (GSU) 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, GSU 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.

Photo of Jeremy Bockholt, PI and lead imaging expert for the CADASIL project at GSU.

Henry Jeremy Bockholt

Position title: Associate Director of Neuroinformatics/Principal Investigator


Jeremy Bockholt holds the position of Associate Director of Neuroinformatics at TReNDS. In this role, he is responsible for managing application development and overseeing the commercialization of technology projects, including COINS, BrainForge, COINSTAC, and other aspects of the TReNDS ecosystem. As an enterprise data management professional and senior full stack software engineer, Mr. Bockholt leads software development activities at TReNDS, particularly focusing on the advancement of neuroinformatics. He also collaborates with faculty and senior staff to develop proposals for securing external funding for various biomedical informatics research topics.

Ivan Griego

Position title: Clinical Research Project Coordinator


Ivan Griego is a Clinical Research Project Coordinator with GSU. He works with the CADASIL Consortium, as well as the Prevent-HD project at UW-Madison. He is also a Training Liaison, R&R lead, data entry specialist, runs the social media and website, and is a CRF/SOP author for the CADASIL Consortium Project. In his free time, Ivan likes to play video games and travel.

Nick Pasley

Position title: Data Administrator/Coordinator


Nick Pasley is a Data Administrator Associate at TReNDS Center at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia and an affiliate of the Paulsen Lab at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Nick graduated from Kennesaw State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a focus on linguistics and writing for digital and public spaces. Nick has always had an interest in science, genetics, and translational research as well as how interdisciplinary knowledge can lead to new ideas, innovation, and discoveries. Nick is currently contributing to CADASIL and Huntington’s Disease research. Nick lives in Northwest Georgia and loves nature, especially native plants.