Autoimmune Neurology

Jon Williams, DO, PhD

Jon Williams, DO, PhD

Jon was born and raised in Massillon, Ohio.  He completed a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience at Muskingum College, and then attended the University of Cincinnati for his PhD, studying nervous system tumor cell biology.  Jon then attended medical school at LECOM in Erie, Pennsylvania and followed that with his neurology residency training in Texas at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium.  He is currently training in Autoimmune Neurology at the University of Utah. Jon is active duty military and will continue his service after fellowship.  He maintains high interest in research and is serving as the Associate Director of clinical research for Air Force neurology, which primarily involves growing and maintaining resident research.  Outside of work, Jon and his wife, Erica, have seven-year-old twins, Van and Vivien, as well as a four-year-old daughter, Nora.  The family enjoys fishing, camping, sports and hiking and they are trying to pack as much outdoor recreation time as possible into their one year in Utah.

Epilepsy

Carey Wilson, MD

Carey Wilson, MD

Carey was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in Central NY. She attended Lafayette College for her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience, followed by medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University near her family. She then moved across the country to complete Residency in Pediatrics and Child Neurology at the University of Utah/Primary Children's Medical Center. She is currently serving as the "Trainee Liaison" for the American Academy of Pediatric Section on Neurology (AAP SONu) Executive Board allowing her to contribute to policy change, patient and trainee advocacy, and network with Child Neurologists across the nation.

The growing pediatric epilepsy program combined with her passion for skiing, rock climbing, and hiking with her family, prompted her to stay at the University of Utah as the institution's first Epilepsy Fellow. Her fellowship plans include working to implement a TeleEpilepsy program and a quality improvement project on the inpatient treatment of pediatric status epilepticus.

Neurocritical Care

Nabeel Chauhan, MD

Nabeel Chauhan, MD

Nabeel was born in the city of Lahore, which is the cultural heart of Pakistan with a rich history dating back over a millennium. He attended medical school at Lahore Medical & Dental College and completed his internal medicine internship and adult neurology residency at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He also completed his Stroke fellowship at the University of Utah. He always had a keen interest in Critical care and fell in love with Utah and so decided to stay on as a Neuro Critical Care fellow at the University of Utah. His interests include playing guitar, soccer, running, hiking and skiing. He also loves to travel and explore new places.

Neuromuscular Medicine

Don McCorquodale, MD, PhD

Don McCorquodale, MD, PhD

Donald McCorquodale was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He earned degrees in chemistry and biochemistry from Florida State University before being commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He was stationed in Okinawa, Japan where he met his wife Pallas. After completing his service, Don returned to the civilian world and worked as a research technician in the Department of Neurology at the University of Miami. A year later he matriculated into the combined MD/PhD program, and completed his PhD in the neuroscience program on inherited neuropathies with Stephan Zuchner, MD. He completed Neurology residency at the University of Utah and is now pursuing further training in Neuromuscular Medicine. Outside of fellowship he loves boating, camping, hunting and spending time outdoors with his three sons and wife, and loves to explore Salt Lake and Utah.

MS/Neuroimmunology

Mark Waheed, DO

Mark Waheed, DO

Mark Waheed is originally from Orange County in Southern California. He completed his undergraduate education at Chapman University and then medical school at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Nevada. He completed residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in south Los Angeles County where he developed an interest in multiple sclerosis and related neurological disorders. This prompted him to come to the University of Utah for fellowship. In his spare time, he enjoys going to the beach, trail running, singing, playing music, and trying new restaurants.

Vascular Neurology

Brian Marcus, MD

Brian Marcus, MD

Brian is originally from Chicago, IL. He went to undergrad at University of Illinois in Champaign, IL and studied molecular biology and psychology. He went to medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI. He completed his neurology residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. He is currently a vascular neurology fellow with specific interests in global neurology and neurohospitalist medicine. Areas of interest outside of work include cycling, music, hiking, reading, travelling, yoga, and playing with his cat.