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Meet the Fellows

Department of Neurology



Dominika Lozowska, MD      

Dominika Lozowska, MD
Dominika is coming directly from University of South Florida where she completed a fellowship in neurophysiology that was 20% EEG and 80% EMG focused. She enjoyed learning about the various clinical presentations of neuromuscular disease in the outpatient clinics, performing EMGs, and being part of the team at the ALS multidisciplinary clinic. Prior to that she was in neurology residency in Burlington VT in affiliation with UVM which is well known for its focus on primary care. The neurology residency program there gave great opportunities to residents to manage stroke codes and work closely with the neurosurgery department on challenging and interesting cases. Dominika enjoys hiking, reading, snorkeling, cross country skiing, travel, social dance, learning about different cultures, religions and languages. Dominika is pleased to work with colleagues at UCD in evidence based neurology with a focus on excellent patient care.

       
Samantha Holden, MD  

Samantha Holden, MD
Samantha received her B.S. in Neural Science from New York University and her M.D. from Stony Brook University School of Medicine. She completed her medical internship and neurology residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Her research interests include cognitive and other non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, with recent projects focused on the development of an optimal neuropsychological battery for the diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson’s disease. Samantha also loves to teach and hopes to stay involved in medical student and resident education during her fellowship. In her free time, Samantha enjoys reading historical fiction, going on long walks with her dog, Harrison, and keeping up on celebrity gossip and fashion. She and her husband, Patrick, are thrilled to continue their westward migration by moving to Denver.

     
Andreas Michas-Martin, MD  

Andreas Michas-Martin, MD
Andreas is a native Californian who has lived in Michigan, Colorado, New York, and Arizona. He is honored to be part of the University of Colorado Movement Disorder fellowship program. His current research involves assessing the potential disease-modifying effect of deep brain stimulation in Parkinson Disease. Outside of neurology he loves to spend time with his wife and kid, fly-fish, and hike.

   
 

Julie Seibert, MD  

Julie Seibert, MD
Julie was born and raised in Colorado. She went away to complete college and medical school at Wake Forest University in North Carolina. She returned to Colorado and completed her internship and residency at University of Colorado Health. Upon completion of her training, she was in private practice in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and most recently worked with Kaiser Permanente Medical Group in Denver. She is excited to have the opportunity to return to University of Colorado Health to pursue a Neuroimmunology fellowship. In her spare time you will find her running the mountain trails and spending time with her family.

     
Alex Mohler, MD  

Alex Mohler, MD
Alexander earned his undergraduate degree in Biology at the University of South Florida in 2004 where a year-long volunteer post at the Neurostructural Research Laboratories peaked his interest in the study of the brain. After earning his Master’s degree in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University in 2005, Alexander’s passion for neurology was cemented. Alexander earned his M.D. at the University of South Florida in 2010, then successfully completed his intern year and Neurology Residency at the University of Colorado Denver. He is so honored that he gets to continue his studies at the University of Colorado Denver Neurology Department, working with Dr. Denise Damek and Dr. Douglas Ney from 2014-2016 as a Neuro-oncology Fellow. A third-degree black belt, Alexander enjoys learning about complementary medicine, film, music and spending time with his family, who all enjoy the outdoor activities that Colorado has to offer.