Jose Gutierrez-Contreras, MD, MPH
- Assistant Professor of Neurology
Dr. Jose Gutierrez is an Assistant Professor in Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center in the city of New York. Dr. Gutierrez obtained his Medical degree from University of Guadalajara in Mexico. He completed his Neurology training at University of Miami. During his residency, he obtained a Master in Public Health with major in Biostatistics from Florida International University. He then joined the Department of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center where he completed a two-year fellowship in Vascular Neurology. Dr Gutierrez is a clinical scientist participating in inpatient and outpatient clinical and educational activities. Dr Gutierrez’s main research interest is brain arterial remodeling in the context of atherosclerosis and aging, and how these changes may alter the risk of stroke and dementia in certain populations. Dr. Gutierrez’s role as Principal Investigator has been supported by grants from the American Heart Association, the Campbell foundation, and the National Institute of Health. Dr. Gutierrez has published > 60 peer-reviewed articles (>35 first-authored), > 12 book chapters, > 30 poster and oral presentations at national and international meetings. Ultimately, Dr. Gutierrez research goal is to find novel disease pathways that may be amenable to modifications and with this, to palliate the societal burden of cerebrovascular disease.
Dr. Gutierrez's main research interest is brain arterial remodeling and its association/risks with cerebrovascular disease, including stroke and vascular dementia. His projects have specifically focused on HIV and the mechanism underlying the arteriopathy sometimes seen in HIV, consisting of arterial dilatation and subsequent strokes. Dr. Gutierrez is the leader of one of the largest postmortem brain large arteries studies from which morphometric and functional characterization has been carried over. Additionally, he has dedicated a fair amount of time to collecting brain arterial diameters in more than 700 stroke-free subjects from the Northern Manhattan Study (NOMAS), to further investigate the associations and consequences of brain arterial remodeling. Dr. Gutierrez’s other areas of interest include disparities in stroke mechanisms and stroke prevention.
- Department of Neurology
Division of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease
(in addition to English)
Education & Training
- MD, Universidad de Guadalajara
- Residency: Jackson Memorial Hospital
- Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
- 01/07/2012-06/30/2013: Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Neurology, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
- 07/01/2012-06/30/2013: Assistant in Clinical Neurology, Department of Neurology, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University
“Role of brain arterial dilation in Alzheimer disease”, Taub Institute Retreat, Palisades, NY, 2018. Role: Speaker.
“Brain arterial diameters and cognitive performance: the Northern Manhattan Study”, 4th Annual New York Metropolitan Imaging Research Symposium. New York, NY, 2017. Role: Speaker.
“Stroke Prevention in At-Risk Patients”, Aortovascular summit 2016: a multidisciplinary team approach. Columbia University, New York, NY. September 2016. Role: Speaker.
Neurology Grand Rounds: “Brain Arterial Remodeling as Biomarker of Cerebrovascular Health”. Columbia University, New York, NY, September 2015. Role: Speaker.
Sharing the struggle for survival. In “Doctors in Public Health Speaker Series: Black and Latino Student Organization (BALSO). Columbia University, New York, NY, March 2015. Role: Speaker
‘Genetics and stroke’. Brain Attack & Cerebrovascular Disease Update 2017. Role: Speaker.
“HIV and stroke related inflammation”. Celebration of Science events, Sponsor: American Heart Association & Biotronik. New York, NY. September 2016. Role: Presenter.
“HIV and stroke”, MSINAD scholar symposium, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY. July 2016. Role: Speaker.
Stroke Conference: “Brain Arterial Remodeling as Biomarker of Cerebrovascular Health”. Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, October 2015. Role: Speaker.
Spontaneous Intracerebral hemorrhage: Prevention and treatment. In: “Closing the gaps in disparities: Treatment, Prevention and Future Directions”. Harlem Hospital, New York, NY, September 2014. Role: Speaker
“Brain Arterial Biology: Why should it matter?”, Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York College of Medicine, New York, NY, USA, 01/30/2014. Role: Speaker.
“Like mother like daughter: Brain large and small arterial remodeling and their impact on stroke and dementia.” Mayo Clinic Neurology Grand Rounds, Jacksonville, FL. March 2018. Role: presenter
“HIV and stroke mechanisms. Summary of research projects”. 2017 Annual ACTG Scientific Retreat. Washington, DC. June 2017. Role: Presenter.
Expert panel: “Cerebrovascular Disease and HIV: Summary of abstract presented at CROI 2017”. 2017 Annual ACTG Scientific Retreat, Neurology Collaborative Science Group Session. Seattle, WA, February 2017. Role: Presenter.
Expert panel: “Cerebrovascular Disease and HIV: Significance and Research Approaches”. 2016 Annual ACTG Scientific Retreat, Neurology Collaborative Science Group Session. Boston, MA, February 2016. Role: Panelist.
“Disparities in stroke mechanism and stroke prevention”, Holistic Global Men’s Health Summit, Panama city, Panama, February 2018. Role: Speaker
“Emerging therapies for patients with acute stroke”, Holistic Global Men’s Health Summit, Panama city, Panama, February 2018. Role: Speaker
“Brain arterial aging and Dementia”, XVI meeting of the Mexican Cerebrovascular Disease Association, Puebla, Mexico, August 2016. Role: Speaker
“Cerebral arterial remodeling”, XIV meeting of the Mexican Cerebrovascular Disease Association, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, August 2014. Role: Speaker
“Diagnostic approach to stroke in patients with HIV/AIDS and Varicella Zoster”, XIV meeting of the Mexican Cerebrovascular Disease Association, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, August 2014. Role Speaker.
“Cerebral Arterial Biology and Arterial Remodeling”, 36th Congress of Clinical Neuroscience, Guanajuato, Mexico, 15/05/2014. Role: Speaker.
1. Stroke Warriors Meeting, Columbia University Community Center, New York, NY, USA. 08/10/2012. Goal: To educate the community of ways to live a healthier life. Time: 2 hours.
2. Stroke Warriors Meeting, Harlem Hospital Center, New York, NY, USA. 08/10/2012. Goal: To educate the community of ways to identify signs of stroke, cope with the consequences of stroke and strategize the post stroke recovery and secondary prevention. Time: 2 hours.
3. Manhattan HIV Brain bank, Community Advisory Board Meeting, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY, USA. 07/25/2012. Goal:” To present HIV infected individuals with the methods and expected goal of neuroscience research to enhance participation and provide feedback to the community from where the brain donors come from. Time: 2 hours.
4. Ethics committee in Gabriel Mancera Hospital, IMSS, 03/2005-02/2006, Mexico City, Mexico.
5. Community service at CAIPNE organization: Helping children with Epilepsy, 02/2004-02/2005, Guadalajara, Mexico
• The American Association of French-speaking Health Professionals, 07/2007-current
• Americas Society/ Council of the Americas, 01/2013-current
• New York Medical Association, 10/2013-current
• New York Academy of Science, 04/2012-current
• American Medical Association, 04/2012-current
• American Heart Association, 01/01/2011-current
• American Academy of Neurology, 07/2008-current
• Alumni Association of New York Medical College, 06/2008-current
• Florida Society of Neurology, 07/2008-06/2011
• Mexican College of Internal Medicine, 03/2005-06/2007
Honors & Awards
- American Heart Association Clinical Research Program fellowship, 2012-2013
- Mount Sinai Summer Institute for NeuroAIDS Disparities (MSINAD) 2012 scholar
- Resident Research Award, 06/2011, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
- Resident-Clinician Researcher Track nominee, University of Miami, 07/2009, Miami, FL
- Performance award in residency program, 02/2006, Mexico City, Mexico
- Top class rank in medical school internship, 06/2003, Guadalajara, Mexico
- Top class rank in high school, 07/1998, Tamazula de Gordiano, Mexico
|List Funding Source, Project Title & Number||Role in Project||Dates||Supplemental Info|
NIA, R01 AG057709-01A1
Taub MRI seed grant, CUIMC
TAU PET IMAGING IN RACIALLY/ETHNICALLY DIVERSE MIDDLE AGED ADULTS (Federal Gov)
Sep 1 2018 - Jun 30 2023
GENETIC CONTRIBUTION TO BRAIN ARTERIAL DILATATION AND ITS ROLE IN COGNITION AND DEMENTIA (Federal Gov)
May 1 2018 - Jun 30 2023
LONG-TERM OUTCOME IN UNRUPTURED BRAIN ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATION PATIENTS (Federal Gov)
May 15 2017 - Apr 30 2022
WHICAP -GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CEREBROVASCULAR FACTORS IN ALZHEIMER S DISEASE (Federal Gov)
Aug 1 2016 - Jun 30 2021
OFFSPRING STUDY OF MECHANISMS OF RACIAL DISPARITIES IN ALZHEIMER S DISEASE (Federal Gov)
Sep 1 2016 - Mar 31 2021
WHITE MATTER HYPERINTENSITIES IN AGING AND DEMENTIA (Federal Gov)
Sep 30 2016 - Aug 31 2019
CAROTID REVASCULARIZATION AND MEDICAL MANAGEMENT FOR ASYMPTOMATIC CAROTID STENOSIS TRIAL - HEMODYNAMICS (CREST-H) (Federal Gov)
May 15 2017 - Apr 30 2018
ARTERIAL WALL INFECTION BY HIV AS A TRIGGER FOR ARTERIAL WALL INFLAMMATION (Private)
Jan 1 2016 - Dec 31 2016
AIDS CLINICAL TRIALS GROUP (ACTG) (Federal Gov)
Jul 1 2016 - Nov 30 2016
NEW YORK COLUMBIA COLLABORATIVE SPOTRIAS (Federal Gov)
Aug 1 2010 - Jul 31 2016
STROKE INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS IN A TRI-ETHNIC REGION (Federal Gov)
Sep 30 2015 - Dec 31 2015
CONTRIBUTION OF HIV INFECTION TO INTRACRANIAL VASCULAR REMODELING: A CASE CONTROL STUDY (Private)
Jan 1 2013 - Dec 31 2015
THE MOUNT SINAI INSTITUTE FOR NEUROAIDS DISPARITIES (Federal Gov)
Jun 18 2012 - Apr 30 2014
1. Gutierrez J, Rosoklija G, Murray J, Chon C, Elkind MSV, Goldman J, Honig L, Dwork AJ, Morgello S, Marshall RS. A quantitative perspective to the study of brain arterial remodeling of donors with and without HIV in the Brain Arterial Remodeling Study (BARS). Front Physiol (2014). 5 (56). [Epub ahead of print]doi: 10.3389/fphys.2014.00056
2. Gutierrez J, Williams O. A decade of racial and ethnic stroke disparities in the US. Neurology (2013). In press.
3. Gutierrez J, Elkind MSV, Rundek T, Sacco RL, Wright CB. Perivascular spaces are associated with atherosclerosis: an insight from the Northern Manhattan Study. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol (2013). Apr 4. 34(9):1711-6.
4. Gutierrez J, Elkind MSV, Marshall RS. Cardiovascular profile and events of US adults 20-49 years old and HIV status: NHANES 1999-2008. AIDS care (2013). Feb 21. [Epub ahead of print]
Gutierrez J, Bagci A, Gardener H, Rundek T, DeCarli C, Elkind MSV, Alperin N, Sacco RL, Wright CB. Dolichoectasia diagnostic methods in a multi-ethnic, stroke-free cohort: Results from the Northern Manhattan Study. J Neuroimaging (2013). Jan 14. doi: 10.1111/j.1552-6569.2012.00781.x. [Epub ahead of print
5. Gutierrez J, Ramirez G, Rundek T, Sacco RL. Statin Therapy in the Prevention of Recurrent Cardiovascular Events: A Sex-Based Meta-analysis. Arch Intern Med. (2012) 172:909-919.
6. Gutierrez J, Sacco RL, Wright CB. Dolichoectasia-an evolving arterial disease. Nat Rev Neurol (2011). 7, 41-50.
7. Gutierrez J, Glenn M, Isaacson RS, Marr DA, Mash D, Petito C. Thinning of the arterial media layer: a possible preclinical stage in HIV vasculopathy. Stroke. (2012) 43:1156-1158.
For a complete list of publications, please visit PubMed.gov