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University of Ottawa
Cellular Molecular Medicine-Neuro
RESEARCH INTERESTS Fields: Experimental genetic, stress, and lesion models in behavioral neuroscience, Serotonin axonal plasticity, Optogenetics neuroscience, and MRI scanning Focus: The focus of my research is to understand the dysregulation of neuronal circuitry implicated in depression, depression-related behaviors in different experimental models. Goal: The goal of my research is to promote recovery from depression resistance to Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs). EDUCATION Ph.D. Cellular Molecular Medicine, Neuroscience program, university of Ottawa, November 2017 Thesis: Altered serotonin regulation in genetic and post-stroke models of anxiety and depression Advisor: Paul R. Albert HONORS and INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES (2019- ) 2021-winter Translational Molecular Medicine course (TMM3009)-Virtual Rotation 2020- Member of CCNP Awards Committee 2020- Member of Faculty Awards Committee, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine 2020- Member of iMED Advisory Committee, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Medicine 2019 Moderator of The Rehab & Recovery Plenary Session on Advances in Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapies, Canadian Stroke Congress, Ottawa, Canada Oct 04, 2019 2019 Expert judging at the 1st Annual Faculty of Medicine Research Day, Ottawa, Canada Sept. 25 2019- VP Academic at the Post-Doctoral Association, Faculty of Medicine, U. of Ottawa 2019- Member of Post-Doctoral Association Award Committee, Faculty of Medicine, U. of Ottawa
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Erasmus MC
Neurology
Medisch Spectrum Twente
Neurology
Gerlinde van der Maten is a Neurology resident at Medisch Spectrum Twente and a PhD candidate at Twente University, both located in Enschede, The Netherlands. Her research focuses on cardioembolic sources of ischemic stroke.
Angels Initiative
Co-Founder & Project Lead (Europe)
In December 2013 a close family member of Jan’s suffered a stroke and did not receive appropriate treatment. The experience of the months and years that followed and the knowledge that the outcome could have been very different had the patient received the appropriate therapy, motivated him to find a way to improve acute stroke care in his home country South Africa – the idea for the Angels Initiative was born. After his transfer to the German head office in Ingelheim, Jan and Thomas Fischer (who shared his goal of improving stroke care) formally started the Angels Initiative as it is known today. Jan started his formal education after school with a Bachelor Degree in Human Movement Sciences. After that he also completed a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration with Marketing as specialization and later a MBA with the Henley Business School. Jan has almost 20 years of Pharmaceutical experience in various positions in South Africa and in Germany. As the project lead for the Angels Initiative he is dedicated to do whatever it takes to change the face of acute stroke treatment in the world so that others don’t have to suffer the same preventable fate as his family member.
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UMC Utrecht
Neurology and Neurosurgery
Bart van der Worp is a neurologist with a special interest in cerebrovascular diseases at the University Medical Center in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He has been (co-)Chief Investigator of the randomised stroke trials HAMLET, PAIS, COOLIST, and VAST and is (co-)Chief Investigator of PRECIOUS, APACHE-AF, and MR ASAP. He is a member of the Dutch CONTRAST consortium which aims to identify and test new treatments for patients with acute ischaemic stroke or intracerebral haemorrhage. He is Past President of ESO.
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Amsterdam UMC, University of Amsterdam
Department of Neurology
MUMC
Radiology an Nuclear Medicine
Graduate for Medicine in 1989 at the Free University Amsterdam. Specialized in Tropical Medicine 1992. Medicine Sans Frontiere (Somalia, Sri Lanka, Laos) 1992-1994 Radiology, Interventional Radiology and Neurointerventional Radiology, Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands, University of Leuven, Belgium and St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, The Netherlands. International Diplome in Neurovascular Diseases, MSc (Université Paris XI), 2004 Co-P.I. of MrClean and MrClean_Late. Exec Board member of COnsortium for New TReatments in Acute STroke (CONTRAST)
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KMCH
Consultant Neuro-radiologist (Neuroimaging & Stroke), Radiology
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University of Limerick
School of Allied Health
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Raffles Hospital
Raffles Neuroscience Centre
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Helsinki University
HiLIFE/ Neuroscience center
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MU-Sofia
Neurology
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Leiden University Medical Center
Neurology
Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University
Pathological Anatomy
Liliya Volos Prof. Liliya Volos was born in 1969 in Lviv, Ukraine and graduated from the Medical Faculty of the of Donetsk National Medical University in1996 (Ukraine). PhD Student of Department of Pathology and Winner of Grant of International Soros Science Educational Program for PhD students. The diploma of the Candidate of science (PhD) issued by High attestation commission of Ukraine in 1997. Her residency was at Department of Pathology and its affiliated Clinic Hospital, and she completed her training with fellowships at the Donetsk National Medical University in pathology and neuropathology. She obtained her medical degree of doctor of medical science at Bogomolets National Medical University in Kyiv in 2004. The diploma of the Professor issued by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine in 2007. From 2015 until the present day is professor of Department of Pathological Anatomy in Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University. Prof. Liliya Volos has twenty years’ experience in pathology, with special interest in neuropathology. Proactive lecturer and researcher with 10+ years of experience teaching courses on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Supervised 21 student theses and 5 PhD dissertations. Edited and co-authors 5 monographs on contemporary trends in neuro- and oncopathology. Published over 70 articles in peer-reviewed journals in Ukraine and other countries. She has presented oral presentations and posters and delivered invited lectures at numerous national and international stroke and neuropathology congresses. Prof. Liliya Volos is a member of the International Academy of Pathology (USA), board certified and re-certified by the Ukrainian Board of Pathology, and a member of Ukrainian Association of Pathology. Prof. Liliya Volos resides in Lviv, with her son and father. Unfortunately, husband died in 2015 in Donetsk when the war began.
University Medical Centre Utrecht
Julius Global Health
MSc in consumer and business studies, PhD in integrated cardiovascular prevention, Assistant professor of global health at University Medical Centre Utrecht. Lecturer at Netherlands School of Public and Occupational Health. Business owner 25 years of experience in training, research and implementation in person-centred health services research, life sciences and medicine. Relevant experience: Director of the Dutch Knowledge network of stroke services, Chair/secretary of healthcare standards (VRM/Stroke/DM), Deputy editor Global Heart Fields of interest: cardiovascular, stroke, LMIC, global health, person-centred care, health services research, implementation science and activities
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Expert Health
Neurology