Cameron Sadegh, MD, PhD

2019 Resident’s Prize in Hydrocephalus

PROJECT TITLE: Intraventricular hemorrhage induces rapid intracellular signaling in the choroid plexus and chronic changes in CSF reabsorption

Cameron Sadegh is now a senior resident in neurosurgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed his MD and PhD degrees in the Harvard/MIT Medical Scientist Training Program, building expertise in stem cell biology, neurodevelopment, and neuroanatomy. Midway through his residency, he worked as a lab instructor in neuroanatomy at Harvard Medical School and completed a research fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, studying the​ cellular mechanisms of hydrocephalus and potential CSF-based therapies. Outside of the hospital and laboratory, he enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two young children.

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