Graham Winston

Dr. Graham Winston received his medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical College in 2020 with Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) honors distinction. Dr. Winston works in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Kaplitt investigating use of MR-guided focused ultrasound to deliver gene therapy for neurodegenerative diseases and neuro-oncology. He has also worked on research in the fields of cerebrovascular surgery, spine surgery, and functional neurosurgery as well as on numerous projects pertaining to medical student education. As a medical student, Dr. Winston also helped spearhead the national Medical Student Neurosurgery Training Camps.

Dr. Winston earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and was awarded Honors in Biology for his structural biology research of HDAC-recruiting co-repressor complexes under Dr. Ishwar Radhakrishnan. Outside of his academic interests, Graham is a runner and an avid New York sports fan, and he practices both yoga and meditation.