Welcome New Faculty!

Meet Dr. Bautista

Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology
Alyssa Bautista, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at CUMC, in the Division of Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology.  She attained her medical degree at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines, followed by medical internship at New York Medical College/Metropolitan Hospital Center and neurology residency at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Hospital.  Dr. Bautista subsequently completed fellowship in vascular neurology at the University of California, San Diego.  Her clinical and research interests include treatment strategies in stroke prevention, acute stroke management, and quality improvement in stroke care. Dr. Bautista joined the inpatient neurohospitalist teams at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence and Allen Hospitals. 
 

Meet Dr. Donovan

Neuro-Oncology
Laura Donovan, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at CUMC, in the Division of Neuro-Oncology. She completed her undergraduate work at Providence College and earned her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine. Following medical internship at Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital, she completed her neurology training at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, serving as chief resident from 2016-2017. Dr. Donovan subsequently completed fellowship training in neuro-oncology at CUIMC and Weill Cornell Medical Center. Her research interests center around supportive care in neuro-oncology, with the goal of improving care delivery and identifying interventions to improve quality of life for patients with primary and metastatic brain tumors.

For an appointment with Dr. Donovan, please call 212-342-0571.
 

Meet Dr. Stojanovic

Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology
Konstantin Stojanovic, MD is an assistant professor of neurology at CUMC, in the Division of Critical Care and Hospitalist Neurology. He completed his undergraduate studies in Biochemistry at University of Rochester, followed by medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Stojanovic’s graduate medical training included medical internship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, followed by neurology residency and fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Stojanovic’s research is focused on the intersection of machine learning and neurology in the fields of computer vision and natural language processing, specifically. He is also interested in the role technology can play in improving care of neurological diseases, including telehealth and clinical decision support systems. Dr. Stojanovic joined the inpatient neurohospitalist teams at NewYork-Presbyterian/Milstein and Allen Hospitals.