Innovations in Cerebrovascular Science April 2019 Conference in Jacksonville, Florida

The Baptist Stroke & Cerebrovascular Team hosted its 5th Annual Innovations in Cerebrovascular Science Conference, brought to you by: Eric Sauvageau, MD Neeraj Naval, MD Nima Aghaebrahim, MD Ricardo Hanel, MD, PhD  Topics include innovations in: Complex Brain Aneurysm Treatment Neurocritical Care Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke Neuroradiology, and took place in Jacksonville, Florida, the beginning of April 2019.

 

Marjorie Donnelly: “Hemorrhagic Stroke”

Amogelang Keokopa  “Impact of Delirium”


Tina Lekas: “Selected Topics in Rehab Sciences”

Eric Sauvageau, MD

Director Baptist Stroke & Cerebrovascular Center, Neurosurgeon

Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

 

Jay Crofton, Patient: “Surviving a Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Real LIfe Story”

Greg Albers MD: Stanford Stroke Center


Jens Fielder MD, University Hospital, Hambury, Germany

DEBATE AMONG THE SPEAKERS: STROKE THERAPIES TODAY


David Freeman, Mayo Clinic, Florida
“Near InfraRed Spectroscopy”

Jason Wenderoth: Neurointerventionist:

“Wide Neck Aneuryms”

Stephan Mayer MD, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit Michigan
“Multimodality Monitoring of the Comatose Human Brain”

Matthew Koenig MD
“Post Cardiac Arrest Brain Injury”

Magdy Selim MD, PhD: “Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Deferoxamine Trial

Bin Hu MD, Shanghai, China
“My Journey Through Moyamoya Disease”

 
CASE STUDIES of Neurointervention

Chief Carl Shank: “My Story of Recovery”

Demetrius Lopez MD:”Next Generation of Stroke Care”

Ryan McTaggart MD, Rhode Island Hospital

“Stroke Systems of Care: Politics Involved”

Ken Scheppke MD, Florida EMS Director

“A Cerebrovascular Accident Waiting to Happen”

Panel Discussion: Stroke Therapy: Past and Future: All Participants

Innovator in Cerebrovascular Science 2019: Ricardo Hanel MD

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