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University Medical Center Groningen
Department of Neurology
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University of Melbourne
Nossal Institute for Global Health
Ajay Mahal is the Deputy Director and Professor of Health Economics and Health Systems at the Nossal Institute for Global Health at the University of Melbourne (Australia). He has previously served as the Alan and Elizabeth Finkel Chair of Global Health at Monash University and as an Associate Professor at Harvard University. Dr. Mahal holds degrees from Columbia University (Ph. D in Economics, 1995) and the University of Delhi (M.A. (Economics), 1986; B.A. (Economics), 1984). His research interests span a range of economically relevant questions pertaining to health financing and health sector reform, household and national level impacts of (ill) health, ageing and its implications for health systems, and the design and evaluation of health system interventions. He has engaged in health system and policy research projects in Bangladesh, Botswana, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, India, Malaysia, Jamaica, Nigeria, PNG, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, and Ukraine.
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PGIMER
Neurology
Clinic of Cardiovascular Diseases Named after Most Holy John Tobolsky
Department of Iterventional Neuroangiology
Ivan V. Maksimovich, MD, PhD, professor, who at the present time is an Academician of the Russian Academy of Medical and Technical Sciences, is a member of the Russian Association of Cardiovascular Surgeons, the Russian Scientific Society of Specialists in Endovascular Diagnosis and Treatment, the All-Russian Scientific Society of Interventional Radiologists and Endovascular Surgeons, the Alzheimer's Association International Society for Advance Alzheimer's Research and Treatment (ISTAART), European Society of Cardiology (ESC), European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI), World Stroke Organization (WSO), European Stroke Organization (ESO) and European Psychiatric Association (EPA). Ivan V. Maksimovich graduated from the 1st Moscow Medical Institute named after I.M. Sechenov (Moscow, Russia) in 1979 specializing in cardiovascular surgery. After the graduation he worked in leading research institutes and clinics of the country. Since 1993, Dr. Maksimovich Is the Head of the Clinic of Cardiovascular Diseases named after Most Holy John Tobolsky Moscow, Russia (E-Mail: carvasc@yandex.ru). In 2004, Dr. Maksimovich defended his PhD thesis for the degree of Doctor of Medical Sciences on the subject: "Transluminal Laser Angioplasty in the Treatment of Ischemic Brain Leasons". He is the author of more than 292 scientific papers devoted to transcatheter treatment of vascular diseases.
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Changi General Hospital
General Medicine, Neurology Division
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National Hospital Organization Okayama Medical Center
Neurology
UT Health
Neurology
Sishir Mannava, MD is a current vascular neurologist and assistant professor with UT Health/McGovern Medical School in Houston, TX. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in his hometown of Oklahoma City, OK. Subsequently, he completed neurology residency training at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine/Jackson Health Systems and served as an Academic Chief Neurology Resident in his final year. He completed a vascular neurology fellowship at UM/Jackson. He has a keen interest in trainee medical education, systems-based care, and stroke care in unique populations. When able, he enjoys sports, being outdoors, and dedicating time to mindfulness.
Alexandria university faculty of medicine
Stroke and neurointervention unit , Neurology department
Ossama mansour, is Professor of clinical and interventional neurology in the department of Neurology at the Medical school of Alexandria., stroke and neurointervention unit. Dr. Mansour is a double qualified neuroradiologist and Neurologist with special training in vascular neurology and interventional neuroradiology. His focus and emphasis is taking care of patients with neurovascular diseases and stroke. He is the founder and current President of Middle east north Africa stroke and interventional neurotherapeutics organization (MENA-SINO) Dr. Mansour’s research interests are related to endovascular outcome research, to assess the efficacy and safety of new treatments of neurovascular diseases and clinical trial design as well as medical devices research , stroke , aneurysm and AVM treatment. Dr mansour published about 130 of researches articles in high ranked journals.And he is involved in Editorial and reviewing work of most of them. Dr Mansour is Executive Board Member of SVIN , Fellow Member of ESO , WSO , FSVIN . Dr Mansour received a lot of national and international awards in stroke and neurointerventional field. Dr. Mansour’s mission is to provide the best care possible for patients with cerebrovascular diseases including but not limited to stroke, carotid artery occlusive disease, brain aneurysms and cerebral vascular malformations, Spinal interventions , and EVT for AIS , stenoocclusive lesions .
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University of Douala
Clinical Sciences
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Stepping Hill Hospital
Acute Medicine
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Medical Faculty Sebelas Maret University
Neurology
Medical University of Vienna
Department of Neurology
Resident at the Department of Neurology at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria Stroke Fellow at the Calgary Stroke Program, University of Calgary, Canada Apr 2019 - Jul 2020
Cambridge University
Clinical Neurosciences
Hugh Markus is Professor of Stroke Medicine and Honorary Consultant Neurologist in the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Cambridge, UK. After his training he was appointed Senior Lecturer and then Reader in Neurology at King’s College London. He then moved to Professor of Neurology at St George’s, University of London, before moving to his current post in 2013. He spends approximately half of his time in clinical care of stroke patients, including hyperacute stroke care as well as specialist stroke interests including running a National CADASIL Clinic. His research applies genetic and imaging techniques to investigate the pathogenesis of stroke and develop new treatments. He also has an interest in carotid and vertebral artery disease, having carried out studies developing risk prediction using asymptomatic emboli detection in carotid disease, and as Chief Investigator for the VIST trial.
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Dr. Brain, Inc.
Neurology
Dr. Martin-Schild graduated from the Tulane University School of Medicine, while also obtaining her PhD in Neuroscience. Dr. Martin-Schild completed a combined internal medicine and neurology residency at Tulane University School of Medicine, followed by fellowship training in Vascular Neurology and clinical research in Vascular Neurology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas. Dr. Martin-Schild founded and directed the Stroke Program at Tulane Medical Center 2008-2016. Dr. Martin-Schild serves as the Statewide Stroke Medical Director for the Louisiana Emergency Response Network. She is the President & CEO of Dr. Brain, Inc. She currently serves as the Medical Director of Neurology & Stroke for the New Orleans East Hospital and Touro Infirmary. Dr. Martin-Schild’s research focuses on access to stroke care, healthcare inequality, and augmentation of rehab potential with neurostimulants. She has more than 100 manuscripts published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Martin-Schild is a founding Board Member for Heart ‘n Hands a non-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the next generation of New Orleans women about prevention and treatment of heart disease and stroke through healthy lifestyle and risk factor modification. She also serves as the President of the AHA Greater New Orleans Board of Directors.
Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre, Hospital Moinhos de Vento
Neurology
Sheila Cristina Ouriques Martins is neurologist, PhD in Stroke Neurology, Professor of Medicine, Universidade Federal of Rio Grande do Sul / Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre and Chief of Neurology and Neurosurgery of Hospital Moinhos de Vento. She is founder and President of the Brazilian Stroke Network. As advisor of the MOH of Brazil she started the organization and implementation of the National Stroke Policy. She works with research to modify public policies. In 2021 started the implementation of a World Stroke Organization (WSO) program together with the MOH: primary prevention for stroke in middle risk patients based on a polypill associated with lifestyle modification and use of Stroke Riskometer App. Since 2015 is working with other Latin America countries to improve stroke care in the region. She has large experience as clinician in public health, and also as health manager working globally with different levels of governments (Ministries of Health, Health secretaries of States and Cities), helping to implement strategies to improve stroke care. She is part of the World Stroke Organization since 2008 and since 2020 she is the President-Elect.
Hospital de Egas Moniz, Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Ocidental
Neurology
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University of Toronto
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Salford Royal Hospital
Department of Stroke and Neurosciences
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SMS Medical College and Hospital
Department of Neurology