Charlene J. Ong, MD, MPHS Hear my name
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Neurology

MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
BA, University of Pennsylvania
BS, University of Pennsylvania

Pronouns: she/her/hers



Charlene Ong, MD, MPHS, is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine (BUSM), and clinical Neurointensivist at Boston Medical Center (BMC), and a lecturer at Harvard Medical School. She received her undergraduate degree at University of Pennsylvania, her MD at Columbia University and her Master's in Population Health Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the development and validation of data-driven tools to support clinical decision making in patients with catastrophic neurologic injury including ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, traumatic brain injury and anoxic brain injury. She receives support from the National Institute of Health through a K-award, and has also received foundational support from the American Brain Foundation, Philips-MIT, Peter-Paul Career Development Committee and Boston University Center for Translational Science Institute. Through machine learning methods, understudied physiologic biomarkers, and dynamic multimodal risk prediction methods, she aims to reduce morbidity and optimize treatment decision making in patients with acute neurologic disease.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility

I firmly believe that fostering an environment which invigorates students and trainees from a variety of backgrounds, including those who are underrepresented in STEM, improves our science and humanity.

2019-Pres Mentorship of students from races/ethnicities underrepresented in STEM

Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Neurosurgery


Visiting Scientist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology




Electrooculography and EEG Signal in Cardiac Arrest Patients in Intensive Care Units
09/01/2023 - 08/31/2024 (Key Person / Mentor)
PI: Cameron Hill
American Academy of Neurology



Electrooculography signatures of arousal recovery after cardiac arrest
04/01/2023 - 03/31/2026 (PI)
American Heart Association/AHA

Dynamic Risk Prediction of Life-Threatening Mass Effect After Ischemic Stroke
04/01/2021 - 03/31/2026 (PI)
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke/NIH/DHHS
1K23NS116033-01A1

Race / Ethnicity and Control of Hypertension after Intracerebral Hemorrhage
01/01/2021 - 11/30/2022 (Multi-PI)
PI: Charlene J. Ong, MD, MPHS
Massachusetts General Hospital American Heart Assoc


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  1. Ong CJ, Huang Q, Kim ISY, Pohlmann J, Chatzidakis S, Brush B, Zhang Y, Du Y, Malinger LA, Benjamin EJ, Dupuis J, Greer DM, Smirnakis SM, Trinquart L. Association of Dynamic Trajectories of Time-Series Data and Life-Threatening Mass Effect in Large Middle Cerebral Artery Stroke. Neurocrit Care. 2024 Jul 02.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38955931
     
  2. Abdalkader M, Nguyen TN, Sahoo A, Qureshi MM, Ong CJ, Klein P, Miller MI, Mian AZ, Kaesmacher J, Mujanovic A, Hu W, Chen HS, Setty BN. Contrast Staining in Noninfarcted Tissue after Endovascular Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2024 Jun 07; 45(6):701-707.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38697792; DOI: 10.3174/ajnr.A8222;
     
  3. Ong CJ, Chatzidakis S, Ong JJ, Feske S. Updates in Management of Large Hemispheric Infarct. Semin Neurol. 2024 Jun; 44(3):281-297.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38759959; PMCID: PMC11210577; DOI: 10.1055/s-0044-1787046;
     
  4. Pohlmann JE, Kim ISY, Brush B, Sambhu KM, Conti L, Saglam H, Milos K, Yu L, Cronin MFM, Balogun O, Chatzidakis S, Zhang Y, Trinquart L, Huang Q, Smirnakis SM, Benjamin EJ, Dupuis J, Greer DM, Ong CJ. Association of large core middle cerebral artery stroke and hemorrhagic transformation with hospitalization outcomes. Sci Rep. 2024 May 01; 14(1):10008.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38693282; PMCID: PMC11063151; DOI: 10.1038/s41598-024-60635-0;
     
  5. Song JJ, Stafford RA, Pohlmann JE, Kim ISY, Cheekati M, Dennison S, Brush B, Chatzidakis S, Huang Q, Smirnakis SM, Gilmore EJ, Mohammed S, Abdalkader M, Benjamin EJ, Dupuis J, Greer DM, Ong CJ. Later Midline Shift Is Associated with Better Outcomes after Large Middle Cerebral Artery Stroke. Res Sq. 2024 Apr 18.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38699310; PMCID: PMC11065061; DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-4189278/v1;
     
  6. Stafford R, Chatzidakis S, Kim ISY, Zhang Y, Rina A, Brush B, Mian A, Abdalkader M, Greer DM, Smirnakis SM, Feske SK, Dupuis J, Ong CJ. Follow-up ASPECTS improves prediction of potentially lethal malignant edema in patients with large middle cerebral artery stroke. J Neurointerv Surg. 2023 Dec 30.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38160055
     
  7. Ong C, Huang Q, Kim I, Pohlmann J, Chatzidakis S, Brush B, Zhang Y, Du Y, Mallinger LA, Benjamin EJ, Dupuis J, Greer D, Smirnakis S, Trinquart L. Dynamic trajectories of life-threatening mass effect in patients with large middle cerebral artery stroke. Res Sq. 2023 Nov 20.View Related Profiles. PMID: 38045289; PMCID: PMC10690305; DOI: 10.21203/rs.3.rs-3594179/v1;
     
  8. Ong CJ. The prognostic potential of pupillometry in patients with acute brain injury. Lancet Neurol. 2023 Oct; 22(10):876-878. PMID: 37652069; PMCID: PMC10791071; DOI: 10.1016/S1474-4422(23)00314-9;
     
  9. Ong CJ. Quantitative Pupillometry: Not a Clear Predictor of Delayed Cerebral Ischemia After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. Neurocrit Care. 2023 Aug; 39(1):34-35. PMID: 37225940; PMCID: PMC10792537; DOI: 10.1007/s12028-023-01709-1;
     
  10. Hingorani KS, Barnes E, Carneiro T, Sader E, Anand P, Ong CJ, Chung D, Daneshmand A, Suchdev K, Takahashi C, Greer D, Shulman JG, Aparicio HJ, Nguyen TN, Romero JR, AbdalKader M, Feske SK, Kimmel SD, Weinstein ZM, Fagan M, Dobrilovic N, Awtry E, Cervantes-Arslanian AM. Strokes in Patients With Injection Drug Use and Tricuspid Valve Endocarditis - A Case Series. Neurohospitalist. 2023 Jul; 13(3):272-277.View Related Profiles. PMID: 37441214; PMCID: PMC10334046; DOI: 10.1177/19418744231159460;
     
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YearPublications
20121
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20208
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2020-2021 Boston University: CTSI Pilot Grant
2020-2021 Boston University, Department of Neurology: Simon Grinspoon Grant
2020-2022 Boston University: KL2
2018 “Neurology on the Hill”: American Academy of Neurology
2018-2019 Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Philips-MIT Clinician Investigator Award
2018-2021 Boston University : Peter Paul Young Investigator Award
2017-2018 American Brain Foundation: American Brain Foundation Crowd-Sourcing Grant Award
2015 Washington University School of Medicine: Chief Resident of Education
2015-2016 American Academy of Neurology: Enhanced Leadership Award
2014 Washington University School of Medicine: Irwin Levy Teaching Prize
2014 Washington University School of Medicine: Resident of The Year
2012 Columbia University: Herbert J. Bartelstone Award in Pharmacology
2002 University of Pennsylvania: Benjamin Franklin Scholar
2002 Wharton School of Business: Joseph Wharton Scholar

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurocritical Care Physician at Boston University School of Medicine. I am also a Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and Visiting Scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. My research involves identifying cerebral edema progression through the analysis of novel biomarkers and machine learning methods. I was Chief Resident of Education during my final year of residency at Washington University School of Medicine, Resident of the Year as determined by the Medical School Class of 2016, and recipient of the Enhanced Leadership Award by the American Academy of Neurology in 2016. I am dedicated to advising and mentoring trainees at all stages, and am happy to assist with sharing my experiences and insights as an early-stage clinical-investigator and to help young professionals advance and achieve their professional and personal goals.


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