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Honors & Awards

  • Stanford Medical Scholars Research Grant, Stanford University School of Medicine (June 2012-August 2012)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations

  • Member, Society of Interventional Radiology (2013 - Present)
  • Member, Radiological Society of North America (2013 - Present)

Membership Organizations

  • LMSA: Latino Medical Student Association, Member

Service, Volunteer and Community Work

  • Stanford School of Medicine Admission Interviewer, Stanford University School of Medicine


    Stanford, Ca

  • Arbor Clinic


    Menlo Park, CA

  • Pacific Free Clinic


    San Jose, CA

Research & Scholarship

Lab Affiliations


Work Experience

  • Biomedical Researcher, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center (November 2009 - August 2011)


    Phoenix, AZ

  • Medical Interpreter (Spanish-English), Maricopa Medical Center (March 2009 - November 2009)


    Phoenix, AZ

  • US Army Infantryman Recruit, United States Army (September 2008 - January 2009)


    Ft. Benning, GA


All Publications

  • Intracranial fat migration: A newly described complication of autologous fat repair of a cerebrospinal fluid leak following supracerebellar infratentorial approach. International journal of surgery case reports Ludwig, C. A., Aujla, P., Moreno, M., Veeravagu, A., Li, G. 2015; 7C: 1-5


    Intracranial fat migration following autologous fat graft and placement of a lumbar drain for cerebrospinal fluid leak after pineal cyst resection surgery has not been previously reported.The authors present a case of a 39-year-old male with a history of headaches who presented for removal of a pineal cyst from the pineal region. He subsequently experienced cerebrospinal fluid leak and postoperative Escherichia coli (E. Coli) wound infection, and meningitis, which were treated initially with wound washout and antibiotics in addition to bone removal and primary repair with primary suture-closure of the durotomy. A lumbar drain was left in place. The cerebrospinal fluid leak returned two weeks following removal of the lumbar drain; therefore, autologous fat graft repair and lumbar drain placement were performed. Three days later, the patient began experiencing right homonymous hemianopia and was found via computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging to have autologous fat in the infra? and supratentorial space, including intraparenchymal and subarachnoid spread. Symptoms began to resolve with supportive care over 48?hours and had almost fully resolved within one week.This is the first known report of a patient with an autologous fat graft entering the subarachnoid space, intraparenchymal space, and ventricles following fat graft and lumbar drainage.This case highlights the importance of monitoring for complications of lumbar drain placement.

    View details for DOI 10.1016/j.ijscr.2014.12.008

    View details for PubMedID 25557086

  • Non-Surgical Treatment for Racemic Neurocysticercosis with Compression of the Optic Nerve Journal of Spine and Neurosurgery Moreno, M., Bui, T., Agarwal, M., Nitta, R., Liao, J. Y., Li, G. 2014
  • Radiosurgery for Skull Base Meningioma Handbook of Radiosurgery in CNS Disease Moreno, M., Bui, T., Li, G. 2013: 59?65

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