Class of 2010
Michael Wilder, MD
Dr. Wilder completed his Fellowship in Stroke at the University of Utah in 2010, and is now continuing his training via a fellowship in Interventional Radiology in the Department of Radiology at the University of Utah.
- Wake Up Stroke. Presented at Grand Rounds, June 2010
- Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome: A Case Report.
- Carotid Endarterectomy and Endovascular Therapy: A Review. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, June 2008.
- Intra-arterial Therapy in Acute Ischemic Stroke. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, May 2009.
Thomas Buchanan, MD
Tom grew up in Alaska, but has also lived in Mexico, Chicago, and New York. He graduated from Princeton with an A.B in Psychology, concentrating in Neuroscience. He earned a masters degree in Applied Physiology from Rosalind Franklin University of Health and Science, and received an MD from the Chicago Medical School at the same institution. He has done research and published on a variety of topics, including a rat model of Parkinson disease, epilepsy, autism, and headache. He enjoys the outdoors, playing guitar and harmonica, and answering questions about lava from his 4 boys. Dr. Buchanan is currently doing an EEG Clinical Neurophysiology fellowship at the University of Utah.
- Herbal Treatment of Migraine. Presented at the J. Richard Baringer Symposium, June 2010.
- A Review of the Symptom of Photophobia in an Eye Clinic. Presented at Western Intermountain Neurological Organization, March 2009 and AAN Conference, April 2009.
- Neuromuscular Clinical Case Session. Presented at AAN Conference, April 2009.
- A Case of Tropical Spastic Paraparesis. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, August 2008.
Seth Kareus, MD
Seth Kareus attended Northern Arizona University for both his BS and MS in chemistry. After which he attended medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He completed his intern year at the University of Utah. His academic interests include movement disorders, particularly Parkinsons disease, hereditary ataxias, and movement disorder emergencies. He is also interested in medical education and is working to complete a movement disorder film library. Outside the hospital he enjoys Utah's great snow and is an avid snowboarder. Other interests include cycling and motorcycle riding. After graduating from residency, Dr. Kareus moved to Portland, Oregon to do a two-year fellowship in Movement Disorders.
- Hypothermia and Hyperhydrosis in a 72-year old man: A Late Manifesting Shapiro’s Syndrome.
- Parkinson’s Disease and Cancer: Insights Using the Utah Population Database. Presented at the J. Richard Baringer Symposium, June 2010.
- Psychogenic Movement Disorders. Presented at Western Intermountain Neurological Organization, March 2009.
- Choreoathetosis After Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Cardiac Arrest and Hypothermia in an Adult. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, June 2008.
Kevin Walker, MD
Kevin Walker is a Utah native who graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance from Brigham Young University. Shortly after graduating he married Arica Craven and was accepted to THE Ohio State University College of Medicine on the same day. After completing medical school, he excitedly returned to Utah to pursue a neurology residency at the University of Utah. During residency thus far he has presented research on infective endocarditis and stroke at the Western Intermountain Neurological Organization and as a poster presentation at the 2009 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting in Seattle. Anytime he is not at work, he loves spending time with his wife and two little girls. Dr. Walker is currently doing a sleep fellowship at the University of Utah.
- Familial Natural Short Sleeper Syndrome. Presented at the J. Richard Baringer Symposium, June 2010.
- Review of Outside Physician Calls to Neurology Ward Attendings. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, May 2009.
- Infective Endocarditis and Stroke. Presented at Western Intermountain Neurological Organization, March 2008 and presented at AAN in April 2009.
Dustin Harker, MD
Dustin Harker was raised in Alberta and Saskatchewan. He graduated high school in India, and one of his favorite memories is a weeklong hike in the Himalayas, ascending to 16,000 feet. He attended Brigham Young University as a freshman before serving a LDS mission in Ontario, Canada. Before completing a Neuroscience Bachelor's at BYU, he lived with his wife in Paris, France for 3 months. He attended medical school at Toledo, Ohio and served a medical mission to Honduras. He returned to Utah for Neurology residency. Dr. Harker is now seeing patients at the Tanner Clinic in Layton, Utah.
- Sex and Stroke. Presented at the J. Richard Baringer Symposium, June 2010.
- Persistent Primitive Trigeminal Artery and Stroke. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, June 2009.
- Cerebral Vasospasm Secondary to Meningitis.
- A Problem with Gopher Guts. Presented at Neurology Grand Rounds, June 2008.
Wendy Osterling, MD
Wendy Osterling received her BA in Biology at Dartmouth College. She then went on tocomplete her medical degree at Dartmouth Medical School. After graduating, Wendy completed her pediatric residency at the University of Utah/Primary Children’s Medial Center. Wendy enjoys pottery, painting, knitting, sewing, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and backpacking.