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Aarhus University Hospital
Department of Clinical Epidemiology
Research Year Student ( at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark. Research areas: Stroke epidemiology, statin treatment, secondary prevention, and pharmacoepidemiology.
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University of Latvia
Pharmacology department
Weill Cornell Medicine
Tehniyat Baig is pursuing an MD degree at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) and is the President of the Student Interest Group in Neurology at WCM-Q. She is passionate about clinical research in stroke and is currently working at the Clinical and Translational Neuroscience Unit at the Brain and Mind Research Institute at WCM-NY under the mentorship of Dr. Alexander Merkler. Her current work focuses on exploring the association between acute systolic heart failure and ischemic stroke risk. Tehniyat’s other work includes investigating racial differences in atrial cardiopathy among ischemic stroke patients with Dr. Hooman Kamel, as well as understanding the outcomes of patients with posterior circulation strokes following thrombectomy with Dr. Naveed Akhtar.
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Sir H N Reliance Foundation Hospital
Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine
Houston Methodist
Center for Outcomes Research
Abdulaziz T Bako is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Outcomes Research, Houston Methodist Hospital, Houston Texas, USA. His research primarily focuses on health outcomes and social factors associated with health. His prior research has focused on using machine learning and text mining tools, such as natural language processing, to understand the impact of social needs and social interventions on health outcomes. Currently, Abdulaziz’s works focus on investigating factors influencing health outcomes for patients with stroke.
University of Calgary
Clinical Neurosciences
I am a research fellow at the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Calgary, Canada, and an interventional neuroradiologist at the Department of Neuroradiology at the University of Lille, France. My main areas of research interest are acute ischemic stroke, brain aneurysms, and artificial intelligence.
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Anurag University
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Royal Melbourne Hospital
Department of Medicine and Neurology
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Seton Hall University
Speech-Language Pathology
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Department of Neurology, SCTIMST, Thiruvananthapuram
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King's College London
King’s Centre for Global Health, School of Population Health and Environmental Sciences
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Walden University
College of Health Professions
Dr. Sri Banerjee has nearly 20 years of experience in the areas of Public Health and Global Health. He has worked at the Centers for Disease Control in the area of infectious diseases and has worked on public health projects worldwide. Additionally, he has conducted award-winning research in the areas of HIV and chronic diseases and has experience writing grant proposals. He has conducted geospatial analysis to determine the presence of food deserts. His experience as a public health consultant and serving on the board of directors of public health organizations help in providing a practical front line perspective to the learning of public health. Also, he has experience in advising students about public health projects. He has also coauthored and published more than 50 research articles in prestigious journals such as the Lancet, and the Journal of American Medical Association with emphasis on global health, social epidemiology, cancer, and injury prevention. More recently, his research has received widespread attention from prominent media outlets such as Yahoo News, Healthline, HealthDigest, and MSN Health News. He uses his medical clinical expertise and his research acumen to guide his students.
Dee is a proud mum to Emma who is a 6 year old stroke survivor. Emma had a stroke in utero that was diagnosed when she was 11 months old. Through the diagnosis process as well as Emma’s rehabilitation and recovery, Dee identified significant inequities in the healthcare system for babies and children who had strokes. She cofounded Little Stroke Warriors to bring the paediatric stroke community together to support each other and advocate for change, so that all children get access to timely treatment of stroke as well as improved pathways to care and reliable information to navigate their journey ahead. Dee also recognises that while improved stroke diagnosis and treatment is vital, so too is improving accessibility and inclusion of children with disabilities so that every paediatric survivor can live in a world free from ableism and discrimination. Working in healthcare and family violence prevention, Dee is also an advocate for amplifying the voices of children who experience family violence and improving early intervention response in healthcare to reduce harm.
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Internal Medicine
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Avda Dr. Fedriani
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Federal University of Minas Gerais
Physiology and Biophysics