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Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences
Physical Therapy
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Brown University
Vascular Neurology
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Hassan II university hospital Fez-Morocco
Department of neurology
Royal Melbourne Hospital
Bernard Yan is Academic Professor of Neurology at the University of Melbourne. He is the President of the Stroke Society of Australasia which is the foremost society which links all stroke researchers of Australasia. He is a practicing clinical Neurologist and Endovascular Neurointerventionist in Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia. His clinical expertise is in stroke intervention. His major research interest is in large clinical trials especially on the topic of acute endovascular clot retrieval (thrombectomy), machine learning applications in different subspecialty fields of neurology. He supervises together with the Engineering Department many PhD research students on wireless accelerometry and applications in a broad range of neurological diseases including epilepsy and stroke. Bernard Yan’s clinical trial papers include 4 published in the New England Journal of Medicine. These 4 papers have a major impact in changing stroke management guidelines. He is the founding organizer of the Australia and China Training Initiative of Neurology (ACTION) programme. The programme is in its 11th year of operations and has successfully trained over 300 young neurologists from China. He is one of the founding directors of the Australasian Stroke Academy which is the leading provider of stroke medicine education to young doctors in Australia.
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Shanghai Changhai Hospital
Neurovascular Center
Professor,Executive Director of Neurovascular Center of Shanghai Changhai Hospital.
Peking University Third Hospital
Neurology department
Qiong Yang,MD • Neurologist in Peking University Third hospital • Member of Genetics branch of Chinese Stroke Society • Young member of cerebrovascular disease group, neurology branch, Chinese Medical Association Research interests • Clinical research of cerebrovascular diseases, especially neuroimaging of intracranial hemorrhage and small vessel diseases.
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Suleyman Demirel University
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
University of Miami
Bio Dr. Dileep R. Yavagal, MD, FAHA, FAAN, FSVIN is the Director of Interventional Neurology and Co-Director of Neuroendovascular Surgery at the University of Miami & Jackson Memorial Hospitals and Clinical Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the University of Miami of Medicine. He is the founder and Global Co-Chair of the Mission Thrombectomy 2020+ Campaign. Dr. Yavagal is an international thought leader in endovascular therapy for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke as well as a pioneer in the translation of intra-arterial delivery of cell therapy for stroke. He was the national Co-PI of the first US multicenter clinical trial of Intraarterial delivery of autologous bone marrow stem cells for ischemic stroke: RECOVER Stroke. Dr. Yavagal has received several state and federal research grants to study endovascular stemcell therapies for ischemic stroke using small and large animal models of stroke in his researchlaboratory. He is considered a pioneering researcher the field of intra-arterial delivery of stemcells in stroke therapy. In 2018, he appointed to lead the Neurological Cell Therapy Platform at the Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute at the University. Dr. Yavagal has also made significant contributions in the field of mechanical thrombectomy for stroke. He was on the on the steering committee of the SWIFT-Prime and MR RESCUE, both landmark randomized clinical trials of endovascular stroke therapy. He co-authored the landmark 2015 AHA Endovascular Stroke Therapy Guidelines as well asthe recent groundbreaking DAWN stroke trial in the New England Journal of Medicine. He has also co-authored the AHA Policy statement on Stroke Systems of Care published in May 2019 He is the founder and Past-President of the Society for Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN).
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Sichuan University
West China Medical College
National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center
Department of Neurology
As a neurointerventionalist, I perform about 40 mechanical thrombectomy cases a year as a surgeon and teach younger generations. As a researcher, I have published papers in Circulation, Stroke, and J Am Heart Assoc in the past. I reported to J Am Heart Assoc in 2019 that the lower the DWI-ASPECTS, the larger the range of core volume, and after that, it was cited in many papers of large core strokes (Stroke 2021;52:2220-2228, Stroke 2021;52:2229-2231. Stroke 2021;52:1561-1569, and Stroke 2020;51:3366-3370). I also reported to J Neurointerv Surg (2020 Dec 15; Neurosurg-2020-016934) about the range of cores that can be expected to be beneficial for MT. In 2021, I reported the BEMP technique for M2O to ISC2021 and received the Paul Dudley White International Scholar Award.