Department of Neurology
University of Kentucky Medical Center
KY Clinic, J-401
Lexington, KY 40536-0284
Dr. Paige Sutton completed undergraduate studies in medical laboratory science at The Ohio State University. After deciding on a career in medicine during her final year, she served in AmeriCorps for the American Red Cross before completing medical school in Dayton, Ohio. Her passion for community service led to her leadership role as the chair of an interdisciplinary organization for the homeless during medical school. All of these experiences culminated in the realization of a passion for neurology in particular chronic disease states such MS that require a multidisciplinary approach. She continues to become involved in clinical research and leadership roles during residency in preparation for a neuroimmunology fellowship.
2017, MD, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dayton, OH
2017 to present Resident, Neurology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Clinical and Research Interests
2012, BS, Medical Laboratory Science, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Kentucky Medical License
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
- CITI Human Subject Research Certification
- UK Neurology Handover Certification
- NIH Stroke Scale Certification
University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center
American Academy of Neurology
Publications and Abstracts
- Sutton, Paige; Mathias, Sally; Bensalem-Owen, Meriam. Efficacy, safety and need for dosing change of Zonisamide during pregnancy in women with epilepsy. IRB Approved: Yes. 06/03/2019-present.
- Alkhasova, Maria; Sokola, Brent; Sutton, Paige; and Avasarala, Jagannadha. The complexity of management of multiple autoimmune pathologic entities. 07/26/2019 -present.
- Avasarala, Jagannadha; Sutton, Paige. Use of an app to follow optic nerve disease. IRB Approved: Yes. 07/08/2019-present.
- Avasarala, Jagannadha; Pettigrew, Creed; Gurwell, Julie; Sutton, Paige; Guduru, Zain; Sokola, Brent; Mullins, Selina. Neuromyelitis spectrum disorders misdiagnosed as multiple sclerosis- can current guidelines separate the two diseases? IRB Approved: Yes. 07/12/2019-present.
- Reversing Osmotic Demyelination with Plasmapheresis in CPM December 13, 2018. Poster presentation of a young woman with central pontine myelinolysis treated with plasmapheresis resulting in clinical improvement. Co-presented with Wali Qayoumi, MD at the 2018 Annual Resident and Trainee Research Day.
- Guina J, Nahhas RW, Sutton P, Farnsworth S. The Influence of Trauma Type and Timing on PTSD Symptoms. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 2018; 206 (1): 72-76.
- Christian, Nick; Sutton ,Paige. STEPS Initiative Storyboard Poster presented at: University of Dayton/ Miami Valley Hospital Healthcare Symposium; Dayton, OH.
- Sutton, P., Pitts, T & Scheiner, C. Neurocognitive Decline and Psychosis as Presenting Symptoms of Neurosarcoidosis Poster presented at: Boonshoft School of Medicine Central Research Forum; Dayton, OH.