Monica Wagner

Monica L Wagner , MD

Clinical Instructor

Resident in General Surgery

Medical Sciences Building
231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0558
Phone 513-558-4206
Email monica.wagner@uc.edu

Education

Medical Degree: University of Cincinnati 2016

Bachelor's Degree: Purdue University 2012 (Neurobiology and Physiology)

Fellowship: University of Cincinnti Cincinnati, OH , ( Research Fellowship Department of Surgery)

Positions and Work Experience

2009 -2012 Research Assistant, Department of Biological Sciences, Purdue University (Mentor: Peter Hollenbeck, PhD), Mitochondrial Transport in Legionella Infection. Used cell-plating and staining methods, microscopy, and computer programs to track individual mitochondria in infected cells. ,

2013 -2015 Medical Student Research Fellow, Department of Neurology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (Mentor: Joseph Broderick, MD), Withdrawal of antithrombotic agents can lead to an increased risk of stroke. Performed a literature review and meta-analysis.,

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Sun EW, Wagner ML, Maize A, Kemler D, Garland-Kuntz E, Xu L, Luo ZQ, Hollenbeck PJ (2013. ) Legionella pneumophila infection of Drosophila S2 cells induces only minor changes in mitochondrial dynamics.PLoS One, , 30 (8(4) ) ,e62972 More Information

Wagner ML, Khoury JC, Alwell K, Rademacher E, Woo D, Flaherty ML, Anderson AM, Adeoye O, Ferioli S, Kissela BM, Kleindorfer D, Broderick JP (2016. ) Withdrawal of antithrombotic agents and the risk of stroke.J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis, , 25 (4 ) ,902-6 More Information

Honors and Awards

2008 -2012 Purdue University Trustees Scholarship. Awarded to 100 outstanding applicants who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and experience in leadership, service, and/or school or community activity.

2008 -2012 Purdue University Dean’s List.

2012 Phi Beta Kappa Society.

Service

Emergency department volunteer, Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati, OH 2009

Purdue University Dance Marathon -- Participated in the annual 18-hour dance marathon to raise money for Riley Children’s Hospital. 2010 -2011

UC College of Medicine Initiatives on Poverty, Justice, and Health -- Participated in several community volunteer activities and public health education enrichment. 2012 -2013

Medical Volunteers of UC College of Medicine -- Helped to provide free healthcare for Cincinnati’s homeless population, approximately once a month. 2012 -2014

Contact Information

Academic - Medical Sciences Building
231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45267-0558
Phone: 513-558-4206
monica.wagner@uc.edu