University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center
Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine
Pooja Khatri is a Tenured Professor of Neurology at University of Cincinnati (UC) in the USA, Director of the UC Stroke Team and the Vascular Neurology Division, and Co-Director of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute Stroke Center of Excellence. She received her BSc in Biological Sciences from Stanford University and MD from University of Illinois. After neurology residency at University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Khatri completed an NIH SPOTRIAS fellowship in vascular neurology at UC. She is an NIH Career Development Award (K23) and American Heart Association (AHA) Siekert Award recipient. She also completed a Masters in clinical epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health. Her expertise includes acute stroke, epidemiology, and clinical trials more broadly. She co-directs the NIH StrokeNet’s National Coordinating Center. Currently funded studies also include the epidemiology of brain health, clinical trials of acute reperfusion and early prevention, and acute biomarkers of recovery. She has participated in FDA advisory, ethics, and data safety and monitoring boards. She is Associate Editor of the AHA Stroke journal, member of the AHA Stroke Council Leadership, and Secretary of the World Stroke Organization. She has authored over 200 manuscripts, including national and international guidelines.