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The Stroke Association
Policy & Influencing team
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Elderly Medicine/Geriatrics
Medical University of Vienna
Dept. of Medicine I
Sabine Eichinger, MD, is professor of hematology at the Medical University Hospital of Vienna, Austria. She received her training at the Medical University of Vienna and at the Harvard Medical School in Boston. She has vast expertise in thrombosis and haemostasis research and is a specialist in clinical studies. Dr. Eichinger was a board member of the European Hematology Association and chair of its Fellowship and Grants Committee. She is past-chairman of the Scientific and Standardizing Committee of the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis. She authored numerous highly-ranked scientific articles and received several prestigious academic awards including the Esteemed Career Award of the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis.
Southern Federal University
Academy of biology and biotechnology-Laboratory of molecular neurobiology
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University of Uyo Teaching Hospital
Internal Medicine
Stroke Care International
Gloria is a Stroke Nurse Consultant, she worked at Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London for several years. A UK accredited health trainer and care manager, with a master’s degree in Advanced Neuroscience Practice, Gloria is a neuroscientist with a specialist interest in stroke/TIA care and management. She has over 12 years of nursing practice in the UK. At the National Hospital for Neurology Queen Square and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, she pioneered the Nurse-led fast track TIA assessment and management clinic. More recently Gloria is an executive board member and a Fellow (FWSO) of World stroke organisation (WSO), she has been sharing her expertise on stroke management through conferences, seminars, training courses and publications. Gloria is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Stroke care International UK and Nigeria. In 2015, Gloria established stroke support group (SSO) in Lagos Nigeria, where she has touched many lives and communities through the awareness, advocacy, and rehabilitation programs of stroke care international. She has been a contributor to WHO-WSO Lancet stroke review and more recently WHO-PRI Stroke Group. She is a committee member of the WSO Research Committee and member at large for SSOs in sub-Saharan Africa
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neurology department, Hassan II - university hospital center -Fez , Morocco
neurology department
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military hospital of tunis
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Saudi German Hospital Jeddah
Neurology Department
Amsterdam UMC
Dr. Bart Emmer, interventional neuroradiologist, Amsterdam UMC, location AMC. After his training as a radiologist and his PhD research in quantitative MRI, he completed his fellowship in both diagnostic and interventional Neuroradiology . Subsequently, he was involved as local investigator in the MRCLEAN trial, the MRCLEAN MED trial and part of the executive committee of the MRCLEAN NOIV trial. He is an imaging core lab member of the BASICS trial, the TESLA trial , TO-ACT trial and the MRCLEAN registry. Currently, he is project leader of the CLEOPATRA study into the cost-effectiveness of CT perfusion for selecting patients with acute ischemic stroke for endovascular treatment in the Dutch healthcare setting after harmonization and optimization in the 17 Dutch endovascular treatment centers. In addition, he is project leader of AIRBORNE a private-public funded collaboration to develop Artificial Intelligence solutions to aid imaging based triage of patients with acute ischemic stroke. At present, he is a member of the board of the section of Neuroradiology of the Dutch society of Radiology as the Neuro-Interventional representative and one of the Dutch delegates for the UEMS division of Neuroradiology. He has co-authored more than 65 peer reviewed articles.
FELIX PLATTER Hospital and University Hospital
Neurology and Neurorehabilitation
Stefan Engelter is a board certified stroke neurologist from Switzerland with a special interest in evidence based treatment aspects of stroke patients covering acute treatment, stroke prevention and stroke rehabilitative therapy. In this context he acquired a special expertise in the management and counselling of patients with cervical artery dissection
University of Newcastle
School of Health Sciences and Priority Research Centre for Stroke and Brain Injury
Professor Coralie English is a physiotherapist and an experienced stroke clinical trialist. Her research focuses on understanding the health benefits of physical activity and diet for people after stroke, as well as determining optimal models of rehabilitation and service delivery after stroke. She has published over 100 research articles and been awarded >13mill AUD in research grants, has delivered 11 keynote and invited presentations at international conferences and a further 10 at national conferences. Prof English’s research expertise is varied, including physiotherapy, clinical trials, consumer engagement and digital health solutions. Prof English is the Co-Chair of the Content Development working party for the Stroke Foundation’s Living Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management. These guidelines are dynamically and constantly updated as new information is discovered and are the only ‘living guidelines’ for stroke management in the world.
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Instituto de Avaliação de Tecnologia em Saúde (IATS)