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IRCCS MultiMedica - San Giuseppe Hospital
Neurology - Stroke Unit
Professor Maurizio Paciaroni is Director of the Neurology-Stroke Unit at San Giuseppe Hospital, Milan, Italy. Professor Paciaroni has over 20 years of teaching and research experience. He received his Medicine degree from the University of Perugia where he also specialised in neurology before taking up a position at the Neurology Department of the Center Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland. Professor Pacironi also spent time in Canada as a Research Fellow at the Robarts Research Institute, Western University, Ontario, before returning to Italy to continue his career. Professor Paciaroni is regional coordinator (Umbria) of the Italian Stroke Organization (ISO) and international coordinator for the drafting of the European Stroke Organization guidelines on secondary stroke prophylaxis in patients with atrial fibrillation. Professor Paciarioni has been Principal Investigator and coordinator of several international studies including THALES, NAVIGATE, ESUS, SOCRATES, and ACTIMIS. Professor Paciarioni has authored over 200 scientific publications, books, and book chapters.
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Wockhardt Hospitals Mira Road
Neurology and Neurointerventions
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McGill University
School of Physical and Occupational Therapy
Washington University School of Medicine
Emergency Medicine and Neurology
Dr. Panagos is currently Vice-Chair of Faculty and Professor of Emergency Medicine and Neurology at Washington University in St Louis. He is a 1987 graduate of Dartmouth College. He completed his medical education at Emory University. Following a year of surgical training at Naval Medical Center San Diego, he graduated and received his wings as a Naval Flight Surgeon in Pensacola, Florida. From 1996-1999, he was stationed in Okinawa, Japan from with the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. In 2002, he completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Cincinnati and subsequently completed a Neurovascular Emergencies/Stroke Fellowship at the same institution in 2003. At Washington University, he has served as PI for multiple NIH and Industry funded clinical trials including current NINDS StrokeNet. He is the Director of Neurovascular Emergencies in the Division of Emergency Medicine and Co-Director of the Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University Stroke Network. He has severed as AHA Co-Chair of Mission: Lifeline Stroke, Chair of the Emergency Neurovascular Care Committee (ENCC) and is the recent past Chair of the ASA Stroke Council Leadership Committee. He is Associate Editor of Academic Emergency Medicine and an Emergency Medicine Oral Board Examiner.
Christian Medical College Ludhiana
Name: Jeyaraj Durai Pandian Qualifications: MBBS MD DM FRACP FRCP FESO FWSO FNAMS Dr Jeyaraj D Pandian is a Professor of Neurology and the Principal/Dean from Christian Medical College (CMC), Ludhiana, Punjab, India. Dr Pandian is the current Vice-President of World Stroke Organisation. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Fellow of Royal College of Physicians, Fellow of European Stroke Organization and Fellow of World Stroke Organisation (WSO). He is the recipient of the World Stroke Organisation Global Services to Stroke Award 2020. Dr Pandian was the past Chair of World Stroke Campaign International Working Group of WSO. He is also in the editorial board of International Journal of Stroke, Journal of Stroke and European Stroke Journal. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of CHRISMED J Health Research and J Stroke Medicine. He has been a member of WSO Policy and Research Committees. Dr Pandian was the Co-chair of the World Stroke Congress 2016 held in Hyderabad, India. He has served one term in EC of Indian Stroke Association and serves as President-elect of ISA. Dr Pandian has made significant contribution to stroke care services, epidemiology, and thrombolysis in low and middle-income countries. He is the National PI for the newly created Indian Stroke Clinical Trial Network (INSTRuCT). He has 201 peer-reviewed publications (Citations 122901, h-index 57, i10-index 117).
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Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Rehabilitation Sciences
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Institute of Internal and Preventive Medicine – branch of Institute of Cytology and Genetics RAS
Collaborative laboratory of Cardiovascular Diseases Epidemiology
Bogomolets National Medical University
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Yonsei University
Physical Therapy
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Unuversity of New South Wales
Professor Mark Parsons B.Med (University of Newcastle), PhD (University of Melbourne), FRACP (Neurology), FAHMS (Fellow of the Academy of Australian Health and Medicial Scientists). Professor Parsons is an internationally recognised Neurologist and leader in Stroke Medicine, and a highly sought-after speaker, instructor and mentor, both nationally and internationally, in all aspects of clinical Neuroscience. He has recently been appointed as the new Executive Director of the NHMRC-accredited Advanced Health Research Translation Centre, SPHERE (Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research, and Enterprise). He moved to Sydney in 2020 as SHARP Professor of Medicine and Neurology at UNSW South Western Sydney Clinical School, Liverpool Hospital and The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research. There, he has established and leads a new Stroke and Neuroscience research team – the Sydney Brain Centre @ The Ingham Institute. He remains as a Professor of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne. He is also a Conjoint Professor of Neurology at University of Newcastle. He also is a Visiting Professor at Fudan University, Shanghai.
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Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical college
MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine), DM (Neurology), Stroke Fellowship (McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada); Neurocritical Care Fellowship (Emory University, Atlanta, USA). Currently working as Professor and Head, Department of Neurology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Wardha, India.
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University of Belgrade
Faculty for Special Education and Rehabilitation
Aleksandra M. Pavlovic is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neuropsychology at the Faculty for Special Education and Rehabilitation and the Department of Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. She is a consultant neurologist with over 25 years of experience, trained in stroke neurology, neuropsychology, and neurosonology in Serbia, Israel, the USA, Austria, and Australia. Dr. Pavlovic received her Ph.D. in neurology, completing a doctoral thesis on cerebral small vessel disease. She is a Fellow of the ESO, a member of the Dementia Committee, and the Membership Committee of the ESO. Dr. Pavlovic also served as a chair of the ESO-research group WISE – Women Initiative for Stroke in Europe. Dr. Pavlovic is also a member of the Education Committee of the European Stroke Conference for 2021 and 2022. Dr. Pavlovic co-authored the Serbian National Guidelines for Ischemic Stroke (2011) and National Guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease (2013). Her research interest focuses on small vessel disease, rare causes of stroke, dementia, cognitive and behavioral neurology, migraine, and neurosonology. She published over 70 peer-reviewed papers and co-authored six books on these topics.
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Medical University of Innsbruck
Department of Neurology
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Hospital das Clinicas da FMUSP
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University of Oxford and NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre
Centre for Prevention of Stroke and Dementia
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Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais