Massoud Sharif, Research Assistant



Massoud is a research assistant in the S.C.O.R.E Lab. He is a 3rd year undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University (B.S. in Neuroscience and Philosophy, expected May 2022)


Research

  • Subcortical stroke-induced aphasia
  • Small vessel disease (e.g. leukoaraiosis)
  • Longitudinal recovery outcomes from aphasia

Publications

Sharif, M., Meier, E., & Hillis, A. (2020). Abstract TP67: The Contribution of White Matter Pathology to Language Deficits Following Acute Subcortical Left Hemisphere Stroke. Stroke, 51(Suppl_1), ATP67-ATP67.