Dr. Epps completed his BS in Nutritional Science from Brigham Young University where his research focused on the endo- and exo-interaction between various antioxidant compounds found in fruit. He then graduated with honors from Columbia University with his MS degree in Human Nutrition where his research focused on alcoholic liver disease.
He graduated with an MD degree from the University of North Carolina School of medicine in May 2018. During medical school, his research interests varied and included the use of tissue expansion in prosthetics, pathologic-radiographic concordance in breast cancer, and his work with Cognitive FX. He was inducted into the John B. Graham Medical Student Research Society in 2015.
Caleb joined the CFX team in 2016. His research has included the diagnostic uses of fNCI and Notus Neurocogs in the assessment of cognitive function in Major Neurocognitive Disorder, development of a theoretical model of neurovascular coupling in PCS pathophysiology, and the discovery of imaging biomarkers in PCS.
In total, his research experience includes 6 peer-reviewed journal articles, 1 peer-reviewed textbook chapter, and poster/abstract presentations at major academic society meetings including the Radiological Society of North America, the American Roentgen Ray Society, and the Federal Interagency Conference on TBI.
He is a medical intern at Wellstar Kennestone Regional Hospital and will graduate from the University of North Carolina Diagnostic Radiology Residency program. Upon graduation, he will pursue a fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology.