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Universiti Teknologi Mara (UITM)
Faculty of Health Sciences, Occupational Therapy
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston/McGovern Medical School
Dr. Jagolino-Cole completed her Vascular Neurology training at the McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), and now serves as Program Director of the same fellowship. Prior to this, she served as co-chief resident at the Miller School of Medicine, after graduating from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. She decided to pursue medicine after competing service as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine, where she discovered her interest in health education. As faculty at UTHealth, she has published several papers on improving the quality of stroke care provided via telestroke, in acute and follow-up inpatient settings, and also on mobile stroke units, regarding incorporation of telestroke and pre-hospital thrombectomy assessment. She is dedicated to cultivating telemedicine education for medical students, residents, and fellows, and has published several papers on applicable findings and training methodologies. She currently receives funding from an ABPN Faculty Innovation in Education Award in order to elaborate on prior findings from her research on teleneurology and telestroke education. She has also received a Kenneth I. Shine Health Science Education Small Grant to implement telemedicine education more formally at the medical student level.
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All India Institute of Medical Sciences
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Oxford University Hospitals
General Medicine
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Dr. Janowski is a neurosurgeon by training and for over a decade is involved in developing the field of image-guided neurointerventions. He co-invented MRI-guided BBB opening, PET-guided drug delivery to the brain, advantages of intra-arterial delivery of extracellular vesicles to the brain, and method of hydrogel labeling using manganese. Based on his patents and know-how, he has co-founded two start-ups: IntraART and Ti-com. He grew up scientifically at Johns Hopkins University. During that tenure, he co-founded Society for Image Guided Neurointerventions (SIGN), which organized two conferences just before the COVID-19 pandemic in Warsaw, Poland, and Baltimore, USA. In 2019, he was recruited by the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and is establishing a Program in Image-Guided Neurointerventions (PIGN), which mirrors a mission of SIGN. NIH continuously funds his research since 2013, and he has published over 100 papers, which were cited nearly 3000 times over his entire academic career. He is also a great contributor to the community, and this year (2021), he has received the Outstanding Reviewer Award from the STROKE journal. An image-guided approach based on real-time MRI was also instrumental in developing a novel, endovascular model of stroke in pigs, resembling clinical settings of stroke treatment by thrombectomy.
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University hospital Sahloul
neurology departement
Mission Health System
Research Institute
Dr. Jauch is Chief of System Research for the Mission Health System in Asheville, NC, and adjunct Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina, and Departments of Emergency Medicine and Neurology, University of North Carolina. Dr. Jauch is well known in the field of acute stroke research for the past 20 years and has over 180 publications. From 2013-2018, Dr. Jauch served as the Principal Investigator of the Southeast Collaborative Alliance for Stroke Trials (SE-CoAST) Regional Coordinating Center for the NIH StrokeNet network and continues to serve in oversight activities for ongoing NIH, Department of Defense, and industry-sponsored studies. Dr. Jauch served as Chair of the AHA Stroke Council, primary author for the 2013 Acute Ischemic Stroke guidelines and 2021 Recommendations for Regional Stroke Destination Plans in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Communities from the Prehospital Stroke System of Care Consensus Conference. He focuses on developing stroke systems of care at the regional, state, and national levels. Collectively Dr. Jauch’s efforts have focused on improving access to care, increasing the quality of acute stroke care, and educating the public and healthcare professionals on developing integrated stroke systems for care.
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Amity University
Amity Institute of Physiotherapy
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Seoul National University Hospital
Department of Neurology, Emergency Medical Center
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University of Texas Health Center at Houston
School of Biomedical Informatics
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The Hospital for Sick Children
Neurosciences and Mental Health
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Bradford Institute for Health Research/Bradford Teaching Hospitals
Academic Unit for Ageing and Stroke Research
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University of Sierra Leone
College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences
Dell Medical School
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Johnston is a stroke neurologist and epidemiologist at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, where he was previously the inaugural dean.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhaya Institute for Persons with Physical Disabilities Handicaped
Occupational therapy
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