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MUSC Neurology

International Research Fellowship Program

International Fellows

Current Scholars

Jong-Ho Park, MD, PhD
Jong-Ho Park, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Stroke Neurology
Kwandong University Myongji Hospital

Dr. Park is Professor of Stroke Neurology and Director of Stroke Center at academic university hospital in South Korea. Dr. Park has piloted numerous articles with research interests in the intracranial atherosclerosis. He also has an interest in stroke prevention, therapy, outcome, or risk factor/predictor for stroke.
Dr. Park, as a research scholar in MUSC, actively participates in research about risk prediction and stroke outcomes with Dr. Bruce Ovbiagele.

Hyung-Min Kwon, MD, PhD
Hyung-Min Kwon, M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Neurology
Seoul National University Boramae Medical Center
Republic of Korea

Dr. Kwon graduated from Seoul National University College of Medicine in 1998. After his residency and fellowship in the department of Seoul National University Hospital, he has since been working in the Boramae Medical Center. Dr. Kwon’s specialty is stroke and headache disorders. He has performed various clinical studies in the field of stroke, using clinical and neuroimaging methods. Dr. Kwon has published numerous peer-reviewed papers on stroke epidemiology, stroke prevention and neuroimaging research. Currently, Dr. Kwon is expanding his research field while working with Dr. Marc Chimowitz on intracranial atherosclerosis in the MUSC Neurology Stroke Center.
 

Dr. Pakoz
Burak Pakoz, M.D.
Department of Neurology
Kent Hospital
Izmir, Turkey

Burak Pakoz, native of Turkey, is an international research fellow in clinical neurophysiology and epilepsy. He is a member of Turkish Neurological Society, Turkish Chapter of International League Against Epilepsy, Turkish Sleep Medicine Society and Turkish Multiple Sclerosis Society. He is board certified on Neurology and Sleep Medicine at his own country. He has published papers in international and Turkish medical journals and made presentations on epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, headache and sleep. His research interests are invasive EEG, status epilepticus, ICU EEG monitoring and refractory epilepsy. Before coming to MUSC he worked as a staff Neurologist at the Kent Hospital in Izmir, Turkey. Dr. Pakoz is married and he is a father of two daughters.

 
 
 

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