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Ashley Grosvenor Tian, M.D.

   

Ashley studied Biology as an undergraduate at Franklin & Marshall College. She then did research at the University of Pennsylvania prior to completing medical school training at the University of Pittsburgh. Ashley's research focused on traumatic axonal injury and axonal regeneration. She plans on pursuing a career in pediatric neurosurgery. She won the Hydrocephalus Award in 2011 for her work on the epidemiology of neonatal intraventricular hemorrhage and its risk factors. Outside of neurosurgery, Ashley enjoys cooking, gardening, orchids, and traveling.

Education:

2007-present Resident in Neurological Surgery, Stanford University
2006-2007 Combined General Surgery/Clinical Neuroscience Internship, Stanford University
2002-2006 MD, University of Pittsburgh
1998-2002 Research Associate; Post-Bacc. Neuroscience, Univ. of Pennsylvania
1994-1998 BS Biology Franklin & Marshall College

Research Interests: Post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus; quality of Life improvement; tumor biology; endoscopic surgery; stereotactic radiosurgery.

Program Completion: 2013

Honors/Awards:

2004-2006 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Scholarship
2004-2005 Mathieson Scholarship
2003-2004 Bluestone Legacy Scholarship Fund
2003-2004 Andrew L. and Anne Shogan Scholarship Fund
2003 Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship
 

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Contact Info: Ashley Grosvenor [aegrosvenor yahoo.com]

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