Joseph Rosenthal

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Visiting Scientist
Intracranial Stent Engineering

Joseph is a vascular neurology fellow at Harvard Medical School and Mass General Brigham, and a visiting clinician scientist at MIT under the NIH/NINDS R25 Research Education Program. His research in the Edelman Lab involves drug eluting stent engineering for intracranial applications in acute ischemic stroke, particularly in patients with severe intracranial atherosclerosis disease (ICAD).

Born and raised in Houston, TX, Joseph stayed as a Goldwater Scholar at Rice University to receive a BS in bioengineering. As a Hertz Foundation / NSF graduate research fellow, he received a PhD in biomedical engineering at Cornell University in the lab of David Putnam, with a thesis focusing on immunomodulatory bionanomaterials. He later received his MD through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program, completing an honors thesis with David Sinclair studying the connection between epigenetic dysregulation, aging, and immunopathology. He subsequently continued his medical training in Boston, completing residency in neurology through the HMS/MGB program at MGH and BWH.

Joseph enjoys skiing and playing video games with his wife, Melisa, and hanging out with his son, Nathan.

Vascular Neurology Fellow, Mass General Brigham / Harvard Medical School