"I am a physician-scientist and critical care neurologist at Cedars-Sinai. My overall approach to research is to use animal models to test hypotheses generated from clinical observations at the bedside. This approach allows identification of disease mechanisms and testing treatments that can be rapidly translated to the clinical environment to improve patient-centered outcomes. These research insights inform clinical practice and enable the delivery of leading-edge and, often, lifesaving patient care."
Research from the Lahiri Laboratory has shown that common acute systemic conditions can contribute to cognition-relevant neurological injury, including delirium and accelerated Alzheimer’s disease, which may be reversible with immune-modulating treatments.
Meet Our Team
Learn about the critical care neurology investigators in the Lahiri Laboratory who research neurological function and cognition to find discoveries that lead to treatments for patients.
Lahiri S, Regis GC, Koronyo Y, Fuchs DT, Sheyn J, Kim EH, Mastali M, Van Eyk JE, Rajput PS, Lyden PD, Black KL, Ely EW, D Jones H, Koronyo-Hamaoui M.
Crit Care. 2019 Feb 22;23(1):63.
Lahiri S, Nezhad M, Schlick KH, Rinsky B, Rosengart A, Mayer SA, Lyden PD.
J Neurosurg. 2018 Apr;128(4):1015-1019.
Lahiri S, Mayer SA, Fink ME, Lord AS, Rosengart A, Mangat HS, Segal AZ, Claassen J, Kamel H.
Neurocrit Care. 2015 Aug;23(1):28-32.
Lahiri S, Navi BB, Mayer SA, Rosengart A, Merkler AE, Claassen J, Kamel H.
Stroke. 2015 Oct;46(10):2969-2971.