ISC 2014: Video Interviews

Updated:Feb 14,2014
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Joseph P. Broderick, MD, FAHA (Stroke Council Chair) interviews Steven M. Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Chair of the International Stroke Conference Program Committee, about some of the highlights being presented at the meeting in San Diego, 2014.Ted Wein, MD, FAHA and Joshua Goldstein, MD, FAHA, review some of the highlights of Tuesday's PreConference on Stroke in the Real World--Emergency Stroke Care 2014.
 
 
Jennifer Conn and Sue Pugh review some of the highlights of the State of the Art Nursing Symposium 2014 in San Diego.Pooja Khatri interviews Thomas Carmichael about PreConference Symposium II: Animal Models 2.0--Comorbid Conditions, Optogenetics, and Other New Directions, part of the activities taking place just before the International Stroke Conference 2014 in San Diego.
 
Phillip B. Gorelick, MD, MPH, FAHA interviews Frank C. Barone, PhD, primary investigator of the study, "Dabigatran Provides Marked Protection from Hypertension-Carotid Artery Stenosis-Induced Vascular Cognitive Impairment," which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.Claude Hemphill, MD interviews Lisa Manning, MD, primary investigator of the study, "Blood Pressure Variability in INTERACT2: An Important Determinant of Outcome Following Acute Intracerebral Haemorrhage," which she presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.
 
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD interviews Joe Broderick, MD, one of the investigators of the study "GWAS of intracranial Aneurysm Identifies a New Association on Chromosome 7," which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.Maurizio Paciaroni, MD, describes the results of the ICARO-3 study, which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.
 
Wendy Ziai MD summarizes the results of, "Safety Endpoints and Thrombolytic Events for the First 250 Patients Enrolled in the Clot Lysis: Evaluation of Accelerated Resolution of Intraventricular Hemorrhage Trial (CLEAR III), which she presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.Lee Schwamm, MD interviews Jeffrey Saver, MD, primary investigator of the FAST-MAG study, which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.
 
Ralph Sacco, MD, FAHA, past-president of the American Heart Association, interviews David Spence, MD, primary investigator of the trial, "Transcranial Doppler Is Superior to Transesophageal Echocardiography in Detection of Patent Foramen Ovale," which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.Walter Kernan, MD interviews Richard Bernstein, MD, primary investigator of the study, "Cryptogenic Stroke and Underlying Atrial Fibrillation (CRYSTAL AF), which he presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.
 
Eric Smith, MD interviews Lee Schwamm, MD about the the study, "Improving Door-to-Needle Times in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Principal Results from the Target: Stroke Iniitative," which was presented at ISC 2014 in San Diego.Mariell Jessup, MD, President of the American Heart Association, interviews Steve Greenberg, MD, PhD, Program Committee Chair of ISC 2014, and Joe Broderick, MD, Stroke Council Chair about what they learned at the meeting this week in San Diego.
 

Next Big Thing in Stroke

 
Steve Greenberg and Kyra Becker, moderators of the Next Big Thing in Stroke session at ISC 2014, describe the format and purpose of the session.A. Gregory Sorensen, MD, one of the participants in the Next Big Thing in Stroke session at ISC 2014, discusses the role new technologies will play in the rapid, accurate diagnosis of stroke.
 
Next Big Thing in Stroke participant Jeff Saver on his topic, Tempus Cerebrum Est--Treating Acute Stroke in the First Minutes After OnsetLawrence Wong on the Next Big Thing in Stroke, Learning from the Polar Vortex--Stroke in Asia and the Developing World
 
Walter Koroshetz, MD, one of the participants in the Next Big Thing in Stroke session at ISC 2014, discusses the importance of the Stroke Network to the future of Stroke researchClay Johnston, MD, participant in the Next Big Thing in Stroke session, discusses the need to prepare for the increasing prevalence of the Stroke.
 
 
Ulrich Dirnagl, participant in the Next Big Thing in Stroke session discusses the need for basic research on causes and treatments for a variety of complications likely to occur after a stroke.