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Alexandra Schulte

Hometown:  

Royal Oak, MI

Why did you choose to become part of MSU Neurology?

The attendings are great and truly dedicated to teaching.  We are able to see a wide range of pathology that will prepare us for our career.  

Extracurricular Interests and Activities:

Golf, biking, trying new restaurants, live jazz shows

Vikram Dhillon

Hometown:  

San Jose, CA

Why did you choose to become part of Michigan State University Neurology?

My preceptor in medical school was a graduate of MSU Neurology and I admired him as a very well-rounded physician.  My best residency interview experience was with the faculty and residents at MSU.  There are ample opportunities to specialize in Neurology here while building a strong foundation of being a comprehensive neurologist.  

Nicholas Scapini

Hometown:   

Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

Why did choose to becone part of Michigan State University Neurology?

MSU Neurology seemed like a welcoming and supportive group.  The team seems well spected in the hospital and a great place for residency training.  

If you were not a doctor, what would you have chosen as a career?  

Aerospace engineer or pilot.  

Extracurricular interests and activities: 

College football and skiing.

Karam Gagi

Hometown:  

Macomb, MI

Why did you choose to become part of Michigan State University Neurology?

MSU Neurology is a well-rounded program and will prepare me to compete for any job or fellowship in the future.  The strong vascular and interventional neurology faculty is also something I was looking for in a program.  

If you were not a doctor, what would you have chosen as a career?

Either a professional jetfighter pilot in the Air Force or a mechanical engineer.  

Sujaay (Jay) Jagannathan

Hometown:  

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Why did you choose to become part of Michigan State University Neurology?

I did a neurology rotation at Sparrow Hospital and had a wonderful experience.  The attendings were very friendly and willing to teach.  The residents were great to work with.  

If you were not a doctor, what would you have chose as a career?

Ahmad Nadim Al-Sadat

I earned my medical degree from Damascus University, Syria in 1997 and then completed my Neurology residency and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan in 2003.

After completion of training, I moved to Utah and practiced general neurology.  In January 2021, I joined the faculty at MSU.

Larry Charleston, IV,

Dr. Larry Charleston, IV, graduated in Medicine from the Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. He then completed his internship in internal medicine at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan and neurology residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  After residency training, he completed his Headache and Facial Pain fellowship at the Thomas Jefferson Headache Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Dr.

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