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Final Program - Professional Heart Daily
Connecting the World to Stroke Science
Final Program
Education. Inspiration. Illumination.
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2:00 PM
3:00 PM
4:00 PM
5:00 PM
6:00 PM
TUES • FEB. 16
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE
State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium
Pre-Conference Symposium I: Stroke in the Real World:
To Infinity and Beyond: Endovascular Therapy and Systems of Care
Pre-Con II: The Nuts and Bolts of
Pre-clinical Behavioral Testing in Animals
Oral Abstracts
Acute Endovascular
Treatment Oral Abstracts I
Aneurysm Oral Abstracts
Cerebral Large Artery
Disease Oral Abstracts I
Nursing Oral Abstracts
Pediatric Stroke Oral
Abstracts
Preventive Strategies
Oral Abstracts
Vascular Malformations
Oral Abstracts
VCI Mini-Symposium
Clinical Dilemmas in
Vascular Cognitive
Impairment
Symposia
Stroke Genetics: Influence
on Clinical Practice
Towards Definitive Medical
Therapies for Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Oral Abstracts
Acute Neuroimaging Oral
Abstracts I
Basic and Preclinical
Neuroscience of Stroke
Recovery Oral Abstracts I
Clinical Rehabilitation and
Recovery Oral Abstracts I
Emergency Care/Systems
Oral Abstracts I
Assessment of Cognition in
Stroke Units
Symposia
Improving Reperfusion
Therapy in the Era of
Endovascular Treatment
The Nuts and Bolts of
Organizing a Telestroke
Network
Surgical Interventions in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Junior Investigator
Session
Late-Breaking Science
Oral Abstracts I
Oral Abstracts
SHORT BREAK
VCI Mini-Symposium
BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL /
CASE STUDIES THEATER
Perioperative Stroke
Selecting Ischemic
Stroke Patients for Acute
Endovascular Therapy:
The State of the Evidence
LUNCH BREAK
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
Oral Abstracts
Symposia
PLENARY SESSION I
AHA’s CEO Welcome
AHA Presidential
Address
ISC Program Chair’s
Welcome
William M Feinberg
Award
Late-Breaking
Science
Oral Abstracts
SHORT BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
Debate
One, Two, Three Steps
toward Cell Therapy for
Stroke, and in the Future
(Debate)
SHORT BREAK
WED • FEB 17
Vascular Cognitive
Impairment Oral Abstracts
SHORT BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
VCI Mini-Symposium
Symposia
Designing the Next
Generation
of Rehabilitation Clinical
Trials
New Insights and
Therapeutic Targeting of
the Blood Brain Barrier in
Ischemic Stroke
Take It to the Limit:
Cutting-edge Applications
of Technology
in the Management of
Cerebrovascular Disease
Fellow and Early Career / Stroke Leader Luncheon: Developing
Successful Career Paths in Stroke
Nursing & Rehabilitation Professionals Luncheon
International Stroke Conference 2016
PROFESSOR-LED
POSTER TOUR
SESSIONS
(60 MINS)
REGULAR POSTER
SESSIONS
(30 MINS)
Community/Risk Factors
Oral Abstracts I
Diagnosis of Stroke
Etiology Oral Abstracts I
International Stroke Conference 2016
Late-Breaking
Science
Oral Abstracts II
Oral Abstracts
Acute Neuroimaging Oral
Abstracts II
Emergency Care/Systems
Oral Abstracts II
Experimental Mechanisms
and Models Oral
Abstracts II
Symposia
Stroke, Dementia and the
Sustainable Development
Goals
Stroke Performance
Measures and Addressing
Disparities in Stroke Care
Providing Very Early
Rehabilitation after
Acute Stroke
Management of Stroke
in the Young: Controversies
in Anticoagulation
Treatment of Dural
Arteriovenous Fistulas
Vertebrobasilar Disease:
Update on Evaluation and
Treatment Options
Stroke Guidelines Session
SHORT BREAK
Beyond Atrial Fibrillation:
Atrial Cardiopathies
as a Cause of
Unexplained Stroke
Issues in the Neurocritical
Care Manangement of
Aneurysmal Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage
The Interface
between Infection and
Cerebrovascular Disease
BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL /
CASE STUDIES THEATER
Fellow and Early Career/
Stroke Leader Roundtable Luncheon
Advance Practice Providers’ Luncheon
Basic and Preclinical
Neuroscience of Stroke
Recovery Oral Abstracts II
Community/Risk Factors
Oral Abstracts II
Experimental
Mechanisms and Models
Oral Abstracts I
In-hospital Treatment
Oral Abstracts
David G Sherman
Lecture
Late-Breaking
Science
Oral Abstracts
LUNCH BREAK
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
Oral Abstracts
PLENARY SESSION II
SHORT BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
KOL Neuroimaging
Session
Surrogates of Rupture for
Intracranial Aneurysms
Regional Pre-hospital
Triage and Treatment
of Stroke Patients in
the New Era of
Endovascular Therapy
SHORT BREAK / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HALL
Oral Abstracts
Cerebral Large Artery
Disease Oral Abstracts II
Clinical Rehabilitation and
Recovery Oral Abstracts II
Health Services, Quality
Improvement, and PatientCentered Outcomes Oral
Abstracts I
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Oral Abstracts I
SHORT BREAK
THURS • FEB 18
Advances in
Cerebrovascular Biology
State-of-the-Art:
Advances in Acute Stroke
Management
Nutrition to Prevent Further
Brain Injury after Stroke
Symposia
Symposia
Symposia
PROFESSOR-LED
POSTER TOUR
SESSIONS
(60 MINS)
REGULAR POSTER
SESSIONS
(30 MINS)
International Stroke Conference 2016
Oral Abstracts
Acute Nonendovascular
Treatment Oral Abstracts
Health Services, Quality
Improvement, and PatientCentered Outcomes Oral
Abstracts II
SAH and Other
Neurocritical Management
Oral Abstracts
Symposia
Addressing Unmet
Palliative Care Needs of
Stroke Patients and Their
Family Caregivers
Clinical Trials of Cell
Therapy for Stroke:
Where Are We Now?
Oral Abstracts
Acute Endovascular
Treatment Oral Abstract II
Diagnosis of Stroke
Etiology Oral Abstracts II
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Oral Abstracts II
Vascular Biology in
Health and Disease Oral
Abstracts
PLENARY SESSION III
The Next Big Thing in Stroke
(at Lightning Speed)
Thomas Willis Lecture
Late-Breaking Science
Oral Abstracts
ISC 2017 Program Chair’s
Closing Remarks
ADJOURN
Debate
Acute Endovascular
Intervention in Pediatric
Stroke (Debate)
Debate
Stroke Journal Debate:
Stroke Controversies
SHORT BREAK
Global Burden &
Challenges: Stroke Care in
Developing Countries
Neuroprotection and
Intervention: From Bench
to Angio Room and Back
Clinical and Basic
Perspec­tives on the Role of
Physical and Cognitive Activity
and Neural Progenitors in
Stroke Recovery
SHORT BREAK
FRI • FEB 19
Symposia
strokeconference.org
SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE BY CATEGORY
Acute Endovascular
Treatment
Acute Neuroimaging
Acute Nonendovascular
Treatment
Aneurysm
Basic and Preclinical
Neuroscience of Stroke
Recovery
Cerebral Large Artery
Disease
Clinical Rehabilitation
and Recovery
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 408
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 515 B
State-of-the-Art: Advances in
Acute Stroke Management
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 408
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 B
New Insights and Therapeutic
Targeting of the Blood Brain
Barrier in Ischemic Stroke
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 A
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 B
Designing the Next Generation
of Rehab Clinical Trials
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 A
Selecting Ischemic
Stroke Patients for Acute
Endovascular Therapy
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 408
KOL Neuroimaging Session
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 151
Oral Abstracts
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 152
Surrogates of Rupture for
Intracranial Aneurysms
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 A
One, Two, Three Steps toward
Cell Therapy for Stroke, and in
the Future (Debate)
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 151
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 B
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 502 B
Neuroprotection and
Intervention: From Bench to
Angio Room and Back
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 B
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 502 A
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 152
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 B
Vertebrobasilar Disease:
Update on Evaluation and
Treatment Options
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 502 B
Clinical and Basic Perspectives
on the Role of Physical and
Cognitive Activity and Neural
Progenitors in Stroke Recovery
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 A
Oral Abstract II
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 408
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 A
Providing Very Early Rehab
after Acute Stroke
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 515 A
Clinical Trials of Cell Therapy
for Stroke
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 B
Community/Risk Factors
Diagnosis of Stroke
Etiology
Emergency Care/
Systems
Experimental
Mechanisms and Models
Health Services,
Quality Improvement,
and Patient-Centered
Outcomes
In-hospital Treatment
Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Stroke Genetics: Influence on
Clinical Practice
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 151
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 515 B
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 408
Improving Reperfusion Therapy
in the Era of Endovascular
Treatment
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 151
Cutting-edge Applications of
Technology in the Management
of Cerebrovascular Disease
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 151
Perioperative Stroke
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 A
Towards Definitive Medical
Therapies for Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 152
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 152
Atrial Cardiopathies as a Cause
of Unexplained Stroke
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 515 A
The Nuts and Bolts of
Organizing a Telestroke
Network
Wed, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Room 502 B
Oral Abstracts I
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 B
Oral Abstracts I
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 151
Oral Abstracts
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 A
Surgical Interventions in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 502 A
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 152
Oral Abstracts II
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 151
Regional Pre-hospital Triage &
Treatment of Stroke Patients
in the New Era of Endovascular
Therapy
Thurs, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 408
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 502 B
Stroke Performance Measures
and Addressing Disparities in
Stroke Care
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 152
Oral Abstracts I
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 152
Oral Abstracts II
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 151
Oral Abstracts II
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 152
Global Burden & Challenges:
Stroke Care in Developing
Countries
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 408
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 151
Nursing
Pediatric Stroke
Preventive Strategies
SAH and Other
Neurocritical
Management
Vascular Biology in
Health and Disease
Vascular Cognitive
Impairment
Vascular
Malformations
Non-category
Specific Sessions
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 152
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 B
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 B
Issues in the Neurocritical
Care Management of
Aneurysmal SAH
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 515 B
Advances in
Cerebrovascular Biology
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 A
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 152
Oral Abstracts
Wed, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 A
Junior Investigator
Session
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 153
Addressing Unmet
Palliative Care Needs of
Stroke Patients and Their
Family Caregivers
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 A
Management of Stroke in
the Young: Controversies
in Anticoagulation
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 515 B
Nutrition to Prevent
Further Brain Injury after
Stroke
Thurs, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 B
Oral Abstracts
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 515 B
The Interface
between Infection and
Cerebrovascular Disease
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 502 A
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Clinical Dilemmas in VCI
Wed, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 515 A
Treatment of Dural
Arteriovenous Fistulas
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 502 A
Late-Breaking Science
Oral Abstracts I
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 408
Oral Abstracts
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 502 B
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Assessment of Cognition
in Stroke Units
Wed, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 515 A
Late-Breaking Science
Oral Abstracts II
Thurs, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Room 408
Stroke, Dementia and the
Sustainable Development
Goals
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 151
Stroke Guidelines Session
Thurs, 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 408
Acute Endovascular
Intervention in Pediatric
Stroke (Debate)
Fri, 7:00 am - 8:30 am
Room 502 A
Stroke Controversies
(Debate)
Fri, 8:45 am - 10:15 am
Room 515 A
The American Heart Association/American Stroke
Association is grateful to the members of the International
Stroke Conference 2016 Program Committee for their
dedication and leadership provided throughout the year in
planning the program.
Program Committee
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Chair
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHA, Vice Chair
Catherine M Amlie-Lefond, MD
Craig Anderson, MD, PhD
Heinrich Audebert, MD
Gregory Bix, MD, PhD
Joseph P Broderick, MD, FAHA, Past Stroke Council Chair
Kevin Cockroft, MD, MSc, FACS
Anne Dorrance, PhD, FAHA
David Fiorella, MD, PhD
Nina Gentile, MD
Steven Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Past Chair
Richard Harvey, MD
Tudor Jovin, MD
Scott Kasner, MD, MS, FAHA
Michael E Kelly, MD, PhD, FRCSC
Walter Kernan, MD
Eng Lo, PhD, FAHA
William Mack, MD, FAHA
Elaine T Miller, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHA, FAAN
Jonathan Rosand, MD
Leonardo Pantoni, MD, PhD
Gustavo Saposnik, MD, MSc, FAHA, FRCPC
Peter Schellinger, MD, PhD, FESO, FAHA
Eric Smith, MD
Amytis Towfighi, MD
Roland Veltkamp, MD
Babu Welch, MD
Dear Colleague:
This is a very exciting time in the field of cerebrovascular disease. The rate of discovery of
new diagnostic and therapeutics for stroke has never been greater. Our program emphasizes
basic, clinical and translational sciences as they evolve toward a more complete
understanding of stroke pathophysiology with the overall goal of developing more effective
prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Stroke systems of care, quality and outcomes are also
key parts of the conference.
The International Stroke Conference 2016 provides unique opportunities to meet and
network with colleagues from around the world with wide-ranging research interests and
expertise in stroke prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. For 2016, we
anticipate more than 4,300 professional attendees, as well as exhibitors displaying new
stroke products and services. We are truly dedicated to the international nature of this
conference with attendees, presenters and faculty coming from all corners of the world.
The 2016 program offers three specialized pre-conference symposia: the State-of-theScience Stroke Nursing Symposium; the ISC Pre-Conference Symposium I: Stroke in the Real
World: To Infinity and Beyond: Endovascular Therapy and Systems of Care which will focus
on scientific advances in cerebrovascular disease while emphasizing their application in the
real world; and the ISC 2016 Pre-Conference Symposium II for Students, Trainees and Early
Career: The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-clinical Behavioral Testing in Animals. The main days of the
ISC include invited symposia; debates; oral scientific abstract presentations; scientific
abstract posters; and special lectures on recent advances and state-of-the-science
technologies. This premier conference is intended for adult and pediatric neurologists;
neurosurgeons; neurointerventionalists; neuroradiologists and interventional radiologists;
physiatrists; endovascular specialists; emergency medicine specialists; primary care
physicians; hospitalists; nurses and nurse practitioners; rehabilitation specialists; physical,
occupational, and speech therapists; and pharmacists. Additionally, the ISC is just as much
home for basic scientists, clinical scientists, stroke program coordinators, policy makers and
public health officials who work in the stroke field.
The Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing has planned another extraordinary preconference symposium. The State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium 2016 program
will include topics in: essentials of standard and advanced clinical practice; rehabilitation and
recovery; coordination of care and strategies for quality enhancements; and stroke topics
among select groups.
The ISC 2016 Pre-Conference Symposium I: Stroke in the Real World: To Infinity and Beyond:
Endovascular Therapy and Systems of Care highlights scientific advances in cerebrovascular
disease while emphasizing their application in the real world. This year’s symposium will
focus on stroke systems of care including: pre-hospital screening and logistics; transporting
to the closest center or the comprehensive stroke center; mobile stroke units and their role
in the endovascular world; integrating community hospitals for advanced stroke treatment;
imaging techniques (advanced penumbral or collateral imaging vs CTA/MRA and ASPECTS);
an interventionalist’s perspective on maximizing work flow; and international strategies to
maximize thrombectomy. There will also be a series of challenging breakout sessions.
The ISC 2016 Pre-Conference Symposium II for Students, Trainees and Early Career:
The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-clinical Behavioral Testing in Animals was designed to discuss
the newest methods for assessing behavioral deficits and functional recovery in animals, the
first step in assessing the potential translation of therapeutics into human populations.
This half-day symposium highlights several new methods to assess cognitive impairment
in rodents, the use of large animals including primates, and the use of behavioral
testing to examine outcomes in models of intracerebral hemorrhage and vascular cognitive
impairment.
The main days of ISC will have special symposia, debates and abstract presentations which
will focus on numerous topics from 21 stroke-related categories. Sessions in clinical
categories will center on community risk factors; emergency care; acute neuroimaging;
acute endovascular and acute nonendovascular treatment; diagnosis of stroke etiology;
cerebral large artery disease; in-hospital treatment; clinical rehabilitation and recovery; and
health services, quality improvement, and patient-centered outcomes. Sessions in basic
science categories focus on vascular biology in health and disease; basic and preclinical
neuroscience of stroke recovery; and experimental mechanisms and models. Further
specialized topics include pediatric stroke; intracerebral hemorrhage; nursing; preventive
strategies; vascular cognitive impairment; aneurysms; subarachnoid hemorrhage;
neurocritical care; vascular malformations; and ongoing clinical trials.
This year, not only will you have the opportunity to experience exceptional education and
network with more than 4,300 cerebrovascular research and practice experts from around
the globe, you will also have the chance to experience the many thrills of the sports and
entertainment capital of the world – sunny Los Angeles, California!
Thank you for joining us for this unique event. For the most current conference and
programming information, please download the ISC Mobile Meeting Guide app or visit
strokeconference.org and the online program planner. And don’t forget to mark your calendar
for next year, Feb 22 – 24, 2017, in exciting Houston, Texas!
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA
Chair, International Stroke Conference 2016 Program Committee
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International Stroke Conference Program Committee Disclosure Table
COMMITTEE MEMBER
CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Kyra Becker
None.
Bruce Ovbiagele
Research Grant; Modest; NIH-NINDS U01 NS079179-01, NHGRI, NIH-NINDS U54 HG007479, NIH-NINDS R21 NS094033.
Catherine M Amlie Lefond
None.
Craig Angerson
Honoraria; Modest; Takeda China. Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Medtronic, Astra Zeneca. Research Grant; Significant; National Health and Medical
Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia.
Heinrich Audebert
Research Grant; Significant; Zukunftsfond Berlin with co-funding by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Honoraria; Modest; Lundbeck, BMS.
Honoraria; Significant; Pfizer. Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Roche Diagnostics, BMS, Pfizer, Sanofi Aventis, Daiichi Sankyo, Bayer Vital. Consultant/
Advisory Board; Significant; Lundbeck.
Gregory Bix
None.
Joseph Broderick
Other Research Support; Modest; Genentech provides monies to my department for my role as PRISMS steering committee member. Consultant/Advisory Board;
Modest; Pfizer – consultant on potential new treatment for ICH.
Kevin Cockroft
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Actuated Medical. Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; Medtronic.
Kevin Cockroft
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Actuated Medical. Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; Covidien Neurovascular.
Anne Dorrance
None.
David Fiorella
Ownership Interest; Modest; Vascular Simulatar LLC, TDC technologies, CVSL, Codman & Shurtleff. Other; Modest; Siemens, Microvention, Sequent, Penumbra.
Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; Covidien ev3, Cordis.
Nina Gentile
Research Grant; Significant; NINDS research grants.
Steven Greenberg
Research Grant; Significant; National Institutes of Health.
Richard Harvey
Research Grant; Modest; Nexstim Corporation, Acorda Therapeutics, SPR Therapeutics, Allergan Corporation. Honoraria; Modest; Cornell University, University of
Missouri, Healthsouth. Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; St. Jude’s Medical.
Tudor Jovin
Research Grant; Modest; Fundacio Ictus Malaltia Vascular, PI REVASCAT unpaid. Honoraria; Modest; Neuravi, Steering Committe Member, J&J DSMB Member.
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Stryker neurovascular, PI DAWN unpaid, Medtronic, SWIFT PRIME Steering Committe unpaid. Research Grant; Significant;
No. Honoraria; Significant; No, NO. Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; NO.
Scott Kasner
None.
Michael E Kelly
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Medtronic.
Walter Kernan
Research Grant; Significant; Takeda Pharmaceuticals provides Yale with drug to support a trial Dr. Kernan is conducting and funds for blood storage.
Eng Lo
None.
William Mack
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Penumbra DSMB stroke and stent trial, Lazarus Effect Core Lab stroke trial, Medtronic DSMB stent study.
Elaine Miller
None.
Jonathan Rosand
Research Grant; Significant; National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Leonardo Pantoni
None.
Gustavo Saposnik
Other Research Support; Significant; Dr. Saposnik is supported by the Distinguished Clinician Scientist Award from Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
following an open peer-reviewed compentition.
Peter Schellinger
Speakers’ Bureau; Modest; Boehringer Ingelheim, BMS Pfizer, Cerevast, Daiichi Sankyo, Medtronic, ev3 covidien, Biogen Idec. Consultant/Advisory Board;
Modest; Boehringer Ingelheim.
Eric Smith
None.
Amytis Towfighi
Research Grant; Significant; AHA, NINDS.
Roland Veltkamp
Other Research Support; Significant; Bayer, BMS, Boehringer, Daiichi sankyo. Honoraria; Modest; Daiichi sankyo, Biogen, Boehringer, Pfizer, BMS, Bayer.
Ownership Interest; Modest; Bayer. Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Bayer, BMS, Boehringer, Pfizer, Daiichi Sankyo, Morphosys, Biogen.
Babu Welch
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Stryker Neurovascular, Covidien, Cerevasc.
International Stroke Conference Program
Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Boehringer-Ingelheim, Genentech, Merck. Research Grant; Significant; Pfizer.
Seemant Chaturvedi
Committee Disclosure Table
This table represents the relationships of program committee members which may be perceived as actual or reasonably perceived conflicts of interest as reported on the
Disclosure Questionnaire which all members of the program committee are required to complete and submit. A relationship is considered to be “Significant” if (a) the person receives $10,000
or more during any 12 month period, or 5% or more of the person’s gross income; or (b) the person owns 5% or more of the voting stock or share of the entity, or owns $10,000
or more of the fair market value of the entity. A relationship is considered to be “Modest” if it is less than “Significant” under the preceding definition.
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International Stroke Conference
February 17 – 19
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, California
The American Stroke Association would like to
acknowledge the following companies for their
generous support of the International Stroke Conference
Education Programming:
Program Description
The International Stroke Conference is the world’s premier meeting dedicated to the
science and treatment of cerebrovascular disease. This 2½-day conference features
more than 1,500 compelling presentations that emphasize basic, clinical and
translational sciences as they evolve toward a more complete understanding of
stroke pathophysiology with the overall goal of developing more effective prevention
and treatment.
Houston Methodist CME
Sessions in clinical categories will center on community risk factors, emergency
care, acute neuroimaging, acute endovascular and acute nonendovascular
treatment, diagnosis of stroke etiology, cerebral large artery disease, in-hospital
treatment, clinical rehabilitation and recovery, and health services, quality
improvement, and patient-centered outcomes. Sessions in basic science categories
focus on vascular biology in health and disease, basic and preclinical neuroscience
of stroke recovery, and experimental mechanisms and models. Further specialized
topics include pediatric stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, nursing, preventive
strategies, vascular cognitive impairment, aneurysms, subarachnoid hemorrhage,
neurocritical care, vascular malformations, and ongoing clinical trials. Cutting-edge
presentations on these topics attract a wide range of healthcare professionals and
investigators including adult and pediatric neurologists, neurosurgeons,
neuroradiologists and interventional radiologists, physiatrists, emergency medicine
specialists, primary care physicians, hospitalists, nurses and nurse practitioners,
rehabilitation specialists, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, pharmacists,
clinical scientists, and basic researchers spanning the fields of cerebrovascular
function and disease. Additionally, the ISC is just as much home for stroke program
coordinators, policy makers and public health officials who work in the stroke field.
Legacy Health
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of the International Stroke Conference, participants should be able to:
AtriCure, Inc
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma Inc
Chiesi
DNV Healthcare Inc.
Massachusetts General Hospital
Medtronic (formerly Covidien)
Medtronic, Inc
Microvention
MIVI Neuroscience
National Stroke Association
NICO Corporation
Pulsara
Stryker Neurovascular
The Medicines Company
Identify recent advances in basic models of stroke and their translation to clinical
research.
• Evaluate recent advances in the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and
rehabilitation of cerebrovascular disease.
• Analyze new and ongoing advances in clinical research through late-breaking
science and ongoing clinical trials sessions.
• Discuss new research, treatments and interventions with scientists and
investigators working in all areas of cerebrovascular disease.
• Interpret the rapidly changing areas within the stroke spectrum such as emerging
options for the diagnosis and treatment of acute stroke, mechanisms of stroke
recovery, and the impact of vascular cognitive impairment.
• Appraise the diverse challenges presented by cerebrovascular disease to specific
populations, including ethnic and racial minorities, women, children, and
developing communities.
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International Stroke Conference and Nursing Symposium Abstracts
Abstracts from the International Stroke Conference 2016 and the Nursing
Symposium 2016 will be published as an online-only supplement to the February
2016 issue of Stroke at http://stroke.ahajournals.org. Late-Breaking Science and
Ongoing Clinical Trials abstracts will be available online on the ISC Web site at
strokeconference.org.
Joint Accreditation Statements
The American Heart Association is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide
continuing education for the healthcare team.
VisualSonics, Inc
Wolters Kluwer
(As of January 8, 2016)
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AMA Credit Designation Statement – Physicians
The American Heart Association designates this live activity for a maximum of
22.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
American Stroke Association – Join Together To End Stroke
The American Stroke Association has launched Together to End Stroke™, sponsored
nationally by Covidien, to teach all Americans that stroke is largely preventable,
treatable and beatable. Through Together to End Stroke, the ASA is focusing its efforts
across the entire stroke continuum of care in the areas of prevention, acute treatment,
and post-stroke rehabilitation by providing tools and resources for consumers and
health care professionals, an online digital strategy, national branding and messaging,
local grassroots events and multicultural outreach. We need your help spreading this
message to your patients and networks. Visit the ASA HeadQuarters Booth (Hall J,
Booth 235). To receive updates on stroke, advocacy and new resources, go to
StrokeAssociation.org/ signup. Let’s work Together to End Stroke.
AAPA Credit Acceptance Statement – Physician Assistants
AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA
PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized
state medical society. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 22.00 hours
of Category I credit for completing this program.
AANP Credit Acceptance Statement – Nurse Practitioners
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) accepts AMA PRA Category 1
Credit™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME.
**AMA Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 19, 2016.
ANCC Credit Designation Statement – Nurses
The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 22.00 contact hours.
**ANCC Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 19, 2016.
Disclosure Policy
All persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities
provided by the American Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial
relationships with any commercial supporters of this activity as well as with other
commercial interests whose lines of business are related to the CME/CE-certified
content of this activity. In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproved
uses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations. Such disclosures will be
made in writing in course presentation materials
Legal Disclaimer
The International Stroke Conference is a scientific and educational meeting for the
purpose of exchanging and discussing research results and scientific developments
in the field of cerebrovascular disease. Accordingly, the American Heart Association/
American Stroke Association cannot and does not offer any assurance or warranty of
the accuracy, truthfulness or originality of the information presented at the conference.
AHA Research Funding Opportunities
The American Heart Association is proud to fund research related to cardiovascular
disease and stroke. The Association supports research in clinical, basic and
population sciences. The AHA is and always has been a strong supporter of stroke
research. Over the past 5 years, the AHA has funded over $71 million in research
closely related to stroke and another $92 million in broadly stroke-related research.
Proposals for stroke research funding are reviewed by experts in the field, with
fundability determined by peer review criteria, not by science focus. For more
information about our funding opportunities and upcoming application deadlines,
please visit our Web site at my.americanheart.org/fundingopportunities.
American Stroke Association HeadQuarters
Get information on professional education, consumer awareness activities, quality
improvement programs, professional membership opportunities, and scientific
publications. Make ASA HeadQuarters your headquarters throughout the conference.
Location: Booth 235 (in the Science and Technology Hall, Hall J)
Hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Your badge holds your contact information and can be used to request information
from exhibitors and to access the Communication Center.
CME/CE Credit
You have two ways to complete your conference evaluation and claim your CME/CE
credits for the conference, pre-conference symposia and/or nursing symposium:
1. Stop by the Communication Center, which is located in the South Hall Lobby,
Level 1.
2. Visit learn.heart.org from any computer with internet connection.
For both options:
• Sign in with your Professional Education Center user name and password at
learn.heart.org. If you do not have an account, please create one.
• Find the courses that you attended under the “Course Catalog” tab and select to
enroll.
• Authorization codes to enroll will be listed on a ticket you receive with your badge.
• Complete the evaluation and claim your credit.
Learners are strongly encouraged to claim CME/CE credit within 30 days of activity
completion.
For assistance please contact our National Support Center at 1-888-242-2453 or
e-mail [email protected]
Embargo Guidelines
International Stroke Conference 2016 abstracts, lectures and presentations are
embargoed for release at the date and time of presentation or time of AHA/ASA news
event. Late-Breaking Science abstract results are embargoed for release at the date
and time of each session’s start time in which the abstract is scheduled. Ongoing
Clinical Trials abstracts are embargoed for release at the date and time of the
Ongoing Clinical Trials Poster Session start time. Information may not be released
before the scheduled presentation time. Written embargoed information cannot be
shared with anyone but one-on-one embargoed media interviews can be conducted
as long as the reporter agrees to abide by the embargo policy.
General Information
Badges
Name badges must be worn at all times in the Los Angeles Convention Center. A $20
cash-only fee will be charged for badge reprint or replacement. Photo ID is required.
International attendees may obtain an attendance verification form at one of the selfservice terminals in Registration, located in Hall J, Level 1.
CME/CE Credit will no longer be available to claim for this activity after
August 19, 2016.
Conference Bags
A complimentary conference bag will be available to registered attendees of the
International Stroke Conference, Nursing Symposium and the Pre-Conference
Symposia at Registration, located in Hall J, Level 1 of the Los Angeles Convention
Center. Supplies are limited and are based on a first come, first served availability.
Dining/Concessions
On Wednesday and Thursday, concessions will be available in the Science and
Technology Hall, Hall J. Concessions, including coffee and other beverages, will be
available for purchase for the duration of the conference throughout the Convention
Center.
Exhibits/Science and Technology Hall
On Wednesday and Thursday, visit the Science and Technology Hall in Hall J, where
cerebrovascular products and services will be featured.
Exhibit Hours: Wednesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Infants/Children in the Science and Technology Hall
Children over 6 months and under the age of 18 years will not be allowed in the
Science and Technology Hall. Infants under the age of 6 months will be allowed in
the Science and Technology Hall during exhibit hours only. For reasons of insurance
liability and safety, however, infants must be held at all times. Strollers and infant
carriers will not be allowed. The parent must sign a liability waiver at the Registration
Desk before taking the infant into the Science and Technology Hall. Badges will be
marked to reflect that permission has been given for the infant to be carried into the
Science and Technology Hall.
Infants/Children in the Session Rooms and Poster Hall
Because of limited seating capacity and the highly technical nature of the program,
children and infants are not allowed to attend presentations.
For safety reasons, children and infants are not permitted in the Poster Hall.
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Exhibitors
A comprehensive listing of exhibitors and their products and services can be found in
Stroke News, the Mobile Meeting Guide app and at strokeconference.org/exhibits.
Guests of Speakers
Guest badges will be available at Registration for immediate family members of
speakers and must be returned after the presentation. Guests are not eligible for
CME/CE credits.
No Smoking Policy
American Heart Association/American Stroke Association policy prohibits smoking in
convention center meeting rooms, the Poster Hall and the Science and Technology
Hall. We appreciate your cooperation.
Photography and Audio/Video Recording
No person may record any portion of the AHA Scientific Sessions, scientific
conferences, and the AHA/ASA International Stroke Conference, whether by video,
still or digital photography; audio; or any other recording or reproduction mechanism.
This includes recording of presentations and supporting A/V materials and of poster
presentations and supporting poster materials.
Hotel Questions
A Housing Desk is located in Registration, in Hall J, Level 1 of the Los Angeles
Convention Center and will be open during regular registration hours.
Additionally, science information shared by investigators during a meeting is
confidential and often unpublished data. Taking photos of or recording the content of
meeting room slides is also prohibited, and is considered intellectual piracy and
unethical. Attendees who ignore this policy will be asked to leave the educational
session and are at risk of losing their badge credentials.
International Attendees
International attendees may obtain an attendance verification form at one of the
self-service terminals in Registration, located in Hall J, Level 1 of the Los Angeles
Convention Center.
Loss of Badge Credentials
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association reserves the right to
revoke or deny attendance of any registered participant, speaker, exhibitor, news
media reporter, or photographer of presentations or activities at AHA/ASA scientific
conferences and meetings.
The American Heart Association (AHA) will take photographs and video during its
conferences and may display, reproduce and/or distribute them in AHA educational,
news or promotional material, whether in print, electronic or other media, including
the AHA Web site. Your registration for an AHA conference is your grant to AHA the
right to use your name, image and biography for such purposes as well as any other
purpose. All photographs and/or videos become the property of AHA.
Medical Emergencies
The First Aid Station is located in the South Hall Medic Office, Level 1 of the
Los Angeles Convention Center. An AED is available. Please report emergencies to
the nearest security guard or the Show Office, Room 404 A-B on Level 2 of the
Los Angeles Convention Center.
Power To End Stroke
Power To End Stroke is an education and awareness campaign that embraces and
celebrates the culture, energy, creativity and lifestyles of African-Americans. It unites
people to help make an impact on the high incidence of stroke within their
communities.
Multimedia Products/Services
The following multimedia products/services are available at the Los Angeles
Convention Center.
Power To End Stroke encourages physicians, nurses and other medical professionals
to join the mega community of faith leaders, community organizations and business
leaders in an effort to save the lives of millions. Learn more at http://
powertoendstroke.org/events-ets.html.
AHA/ASA Scientific Statements and Practice Guidelines – Download any of the
11 Wolters Kluwer – published AHA journals’ iPad® apps for free to access the iPad
supplement of the AHA/ASA Scientific Statements and Practice Guidelines. This
special supplement is free to access for everyone. Included in the annual collection
is the most frequently cited cardiovascular and stroke stats reference – the AHA
Statistical Update. More information is available at the American Stroke Association’s
HeadQuarters Booth 235, Hall J.
Registration
Onsite Registration Hours – Onsite registration will take place in Hall J, Level 1,
at the Los Angeles Convention Center during the days and hours listed below:
Tuesday, Feb 16 Wednesday, Feb 17 Thursday, Feb 18 Friday, Feb 19 Communication Center – Convenient computer stations are available for attendees
to leave and retrieve conference messages, access the internet, search for other
attendees, print airline boarding passes, and claim CME/CE credit. It is located in the
South Hall Lobby, Level 1.
We encourage participation by all individuals. If you have
a disability, advance notification of any special needs will help
us to serve you better.
E-Posters – A different way for attendees to view poster presentations. Posters
presented during the International Stroke Conference will be available during the
meeting electronically at work stations in the Poster Hall (Hall H, Level 1) and at
strokeconference.org. Attendee login is required.
Mobile Meeting Guide – For on-the-go access to meeting information, including live
audio streaming of the educational sessions, download the AHA Mobile Meeting
Guide App by searching “AHA Events” in the App Store or Google Play. Helpful staff is
available in Registration, Hall J, to answer questions. (Supported by Medtronic.)
Online Program Planner – Create a personal itinerary by searching the International
Stroke Conference by specialty, author, keyword, title, session or category at
strokeconference.org.
Posters: QR Codes – In addition to traditional poster boards at the International
Stroke Conference 2016, Digital Acumen also offers a way for attendees to download
information directly from a poster onto their smart phones and tablets. It’s called a
QR code, and it’s simple to use. Just download a QR code reader from the App Store
or Google Play on your phone (we recommend QR Reader) and then scan the code
on the poster. You will then have a link to view the poster online as well as the
author’s contact information in order to ask questions.
Science News from ISC – Visit strokeconference.org/sciencenews for official AHA/
ASA news coverage of the science presented at the 2016 meeting including:
exclusive video interviews, presentation slides and audio, summary slides, news
releases, and more.
Wireless Internet – Complimentary WiFi will be located at various hot spots
throughout the Science and Technology Hall, Hall J.
6:30 am – 5:00 pm
6:30 am – 5:00 pm
6:30 am – 5:00 pm
6:30 am – 12 Noon
Registration Refund/Cancellation Policy – Registrants who cancel must request a
refund of fees paid in writing. Cancellation requests received at Convention Data
Services by Jan 27, 2016, midnight EST will be processed, less a $75 administrative
fee. No refunds will be issued until 7 – 15 days post-event. No refunds will be made
after Jan 27, 2016. Purchased meal tickets are non-refundable. Refunds will not be
granted for no-shows after the conference. No refunds will be issued onsite.
Important: If you must cancel your registration, you cannot transfer it to someone
else, nor can you substitute another person’s name for your name. A name change is
a cancellation.
Please note: The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association shall not
be liable for cancellation of the International Stroke Conference caused by labor
strikes, or threats of strikes or disputes, civil disorders, fires, weather conditions, or
other acts of God, acts of war, acts of terrorism, government regulation, or for any
damages or losses resulting from such cancellation.
Restaurant Reservations
Visit the LA Visitors’ Information Desk in the South Hall Lobby for information and
reservations at the many fine restaurants in Los Angeles and to pick up city attraction
guides and brochures.
Safety
Inappropriate behavior or undesirable conduct, including, but not limited to, verbal or
physical abuse, whether threatened or performed, will not be permitted or tolerated.
You must wear your name badge at all times in the convention center. Be sure
to remove your badge when you leave the convention center or your hotel room.
News Media
From Feb 16 – 19, for media interviews, news conferences or inquiries about news
releases, contact News Media Headquarters, Room 402 A-B on Level 2.
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Sessions Seating
Session seating is on a first come, first served basis. According to fire code, a
session must and will be closed if the room fills to capacity. Infants and children are
not permitted in session rooms.
Stroke OnDemand TM
Miss a session? Experience every session just as if you had been in the room by
purchasing Stroke OnDemand™ Premium, a comprehensive digital video library of
this year’s meeting online and on a portable DVD. Convenient online and mobile
viewing on your iPad, iPhone and Android Device. Purchase at the Stroke
OnDemand™ booth in the South Hall Lobby, Level 1. Buy onsite and save $100.
For safety reasons, children and infants are not permitted in the Poster Hall.
Shuttle Information
Complimentary shuttle service is provided between the hotels listed below and the
Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall (LACC). If you have questions about the
shuttle or if you need to make a reservation for a wheelchair-accessible vehicle,
please see the supervisor at the LACC or call KUSHNER & ASSOCIATES at (310)
274-8819 ext. 211.
Please note only presentations that have been approved by the speakers will be
included.
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Get With The Guidelines®–Stroke and Target: Stroke
Get With The Guidelines-Stroke is the American Heart Association and American
Stroke Association’s in-hospital quality improvement program focused on improving
stroke care by providing medical teams tools and resources to increase adherence
to the latest scientific treatment guidelines. Target: Stroke is a Get With The
Guidelines-Stroke initiative that aims to improve acute ischemic stroke care by
reducing door-to-needle times for eligible patients being treated with IV tPA. Stop
by our booth in HeadQuarters (Booth 235) or visit Heart.org/GWTGStroke to learn
more about the programs.
Tues, Feb 16
Shuttle from hotels to LACC South Hall 6:00am – 10:30am* NO SHUTTLE 10:30am – 2:00pm Shuttle from LACC South Hall to hotels 2:00pm – 6:00pm**
Every 20 minutes
NO SHUTTLE
Every 20 minutes
Wed, Feb 17 and Thurs, Feb 18
Shuttle from hotels to LACC South Hall 6:00am – 10:30am* NO SHUTTLE 10:30am – 2:30pm Shuttle from LACC South Hall to hotels 2:30pm – 7:45pm** Transportation
Taxi Service
Taxi service is available curbside outside of baggage claim at LAX. There is a flat rate
of $25 to the downtown area, plus an additional passenger charge of $1 when
accompanying original passenger and proceeding to same destination.
Every 15 minutes
NO SHUTTLE
Every 15 minutes
Fri, Feb 19
Shuttle between hotels and 6:00am – 12:00pm* Every 15-20 minutes
LACC South Hall Shuttle from LACC South Hall to hotels 12:00pm – 1:30pm** Every 15-20 minutes
* Time last shuttle departs hotels coming to the LACC.
** Time last shuttle departs LACC returning to hotels. Last shuttle departs hotels
coming to LACC approximately 45 minutes prior to this time.
Car Rental
There is a large selection of car rental companies located at Los Angeles airport
(LAX). American Heart Association has negotiated rates with the following:
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National Car Rental: 877-222-9058
• Enterprise: 1-800-261-7331
Reference contract ID #XZ09D02 Reference contract ID #XZ09D02
Parking
The Los Angeles Convention Center can accommodate 5,600 vehicles. Please refer
to the exact location of your specific event to ensure selection of a parking lot within
close proximity. Learn more about parking at the Los Angeles Convention Center at
lacclink.com/attendees/parking.
Route #1 Boarding Location
• Westin Bonaventure: Curbside on Figueroa
Route #2 Boarding Location
• Omni Los Angeles: Curbside on Olive St.
• Millennium Biltmore: Across the street on Grand.
• Hilton Checkers: At Millennium Biltmore.
• Sheraton Los Angeles: Curbside on Hope.
Ground Transportation in Los Angeles
Several modes of public transportation can be used to reach the Los Angeles
Convention Center.
Simulation Zone
Learn in the Simulation Zone. Test your stroke knowledge, skills and critical thinking
in AHA’s new hands-on, interactive Simulation Zone. Don’t miss six new educational
offerings in the Science and Technology Hall, Booth 159.
Please go to lacclink.com/attendees/getting-here/public-transit for additional
information.
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Metro RailMetro Bus
Dash BusMetrolink Regional Rail System
Wed, Feb 17:
1:30 / 2:30 / 3:30
Thurs, Feb 18: 1:30 / 2:30 / 3:30
Map and Directions
Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown, the Los Angeles Convention Center,
on 1201 S. Figueroa Street, is easily accessible by car and public transportation.
Please go to lacclink.com/attendees/getting-here for additional information.
Body Interact is an immersive training platform that virtualizes acute and chronic medical
conditions. Experts will facilitate realistic user experiences with a life-like patient.
Twitter
Speaker Resource Center
The Speaker Resource Center is located in Room 409 A-B, Level 2 of the Los Angeles
Convention Center. All oral presentations will be in electronic format. Speakers are
required to submit their presentations to the Speaker Resource Center at least 12
hours before session start time. All speakers must check in at Room 409 A-B at
least two hours before session start time to review their presentations for technical
and format issues.
Last-minute submissions disrupt the flow of sessions and will not be allowed.
Any presenter who fails to submit his/her presentation in a timely manner will be
prohibited from speaking.
The Speaker Resource Center has technicians available to assist presenters and is
open during the following times:
Tuesday, Feb 16 Wednesday, Feb 17 Thursday, Feb 18 Friday, Feb 19 6:00 am – 5:30 pm
6:00 am – 5:30 pm
6:00 am – 5:30 pm
6:00 am – 12 Noon
Use Twitter to tweet your questions/comments during
the meeting or just talk about what is happening at ISC
2016. Use hashtag: #ISC16.
Venue
Los Angeles, California
Discover Los Angeles. Beaches, mountains, ocean and desert to explore. Theme
parks, nightclubs and parks to play in. An incredibly diverse mix of cultures and
neighborhoods to discover. Exotic ethnic restaurants, uniquely California cuisine and
world-class dining to savor. Shopping, museums, sports, live music and more. And
wrap it all up with a sunny climate and lifestyle that is desired the world over. What
you’ve got is a wealth of experiences that few other destinations in the world can
match. The Sports & Entertainment Capital of the World – Los Angeles!
Web Resources
HealthJobsPLUS for Professionals
This is a Job Placement Service that can be found online at strokeconference.org
(HealthJobsPlus) or at the Communication Center, located in the South Hall Lobby.
learn.heart.org
This Web site is where healthcare professionals can complete the conference
evaluation and claim CME/CE credits for ISC, the Pre-Conference Symposia and the
Nursing Symposium.
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my.americanheart.org
My AmericanHeart for Professionals is the American Heart Association/American
Stroke Association’s powerful internet resource for healthcare professionals devoted
to the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke. Depending on the level of
membership selected, AHA/ASA Professional Members may have access to all 12
AHA scientific journals, biweekly clinical updates, core clinical textbooks, a
continually updated drug database and much more.
Online Itinerary/Program Planner
Create a personal itinerary by searching the International Stroke Conference by
specialty, author, keyword, title, session or category at strokeconference.org.
StrokeAssociation.org
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Web site provides
information on AHA/ASA resources and programs for professionals and consumers.
Stroke warning signs, advocacy news, practice enhancement tools and more can
be found on this site.
STROKE COUNCIL ACTIVITIES
Wednesday, Feb 17, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Petree Hall C
Nursing and Rehabilitation Professionals Luncheon
The Stroke Council’s Nursing and Rehabilitation Professions Committee will hold
an interdisciplinary roundtable luncheon welcoming nurses, social workers, physical
therapists, occupational therapists, speech/swallowing therapists, physiatrists,
neurologists, psychologists and others involved in stroke care.
Moderators: Dorothy F Edwards, PhD, Madison, WI
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroudsburg, PA
12:10Introduction
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroudsburg, PA
12:20 Improving Outcomes and Community Participation Post-stroke
Joan C Breen, MD, Bradford, MA
Jeanne Andrusin, APRN, Bradford, MA
StrokeAssociation.org/resources
The Stroke Resource Center is the American Stroke Association’s new tool to deliver
stroke information beyond mainstream media approaches. By providing the general
public and healthcare providers with trusted stroke information at the click of a
button, we intend to increase awareness that stroke is largely preventable, treatable,
and beatable and drive action among Americans to reduce the overall impact of
stroke. Visit the site to obtain free printable patient education materials.
1:05 Discussion
strokeconference.org
This Web site offers healthcare professionals anytime, anywhere access to all
aspects of the annual meeting. Visit the site to learn about products and services
exhibited at the International Stroke Conference and keep up with the latest news
from the meeting as it happens. Plus, get access to pertinent meeting tools and
information including: an online itinerary/program planner, registration and housing
information, final programming, important conference deadlines, and link to the
Professional Education Center to access the overall evaluation and claim your CME/
CE credit. All of this and much more can be found at strokeconference.org.
Wednesday, Feb 17, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Room 403 B
Fellow and Early Career Luncheon: Developing Successful Career Paths
in Stroke
WiFi
WiFi is available throughout the convention center.
12:30 Walking the Path of a Stroke Epidemiologist
Lewis B Morgenstern, MD, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating
is limited.
We would like to thank Claranne Mathiesen, Lorie Richards and the Nursing
and Rehabilitation Professions Committee for their time and effort in planning
this luncheon.
Moderator: Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
12:10 Introduction
Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
12:15 Walking the Path of a Stroke Clinical Trialist
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
12:45 Walking the Path of a Stroke Interventionalist
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, Iowa City, IA
1:00
Walking the Path of a Stroke Clinical Director
Isaac E Silverman, MD, FAHA, Hartford, CT Primary
1:15 Discussion
This short seminar will provide early career professionals with some practical advice,
tools and strategies that can be useful through their careers. This luncheon is open
only to students and early career registrants (those who have completed training in
the last five years or those in the first five years after faculty appointment.)
Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating
is limited.
Wednesday, Feb 17, 6:45 pm, Poster Hall, Hall H
Stroke Council Annual Business Meeting
All Stroke Council Members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
The Stroke Council will hold its Annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, February 17
from 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm in the Los Angeles Convention Center, in the Lounge area
of the Poster Hall, Hall H. Remain in the Poster Hall after the poster sessions to enjoy
refreshments, hear the latest council news, network with your peers.
Stroke Council Chair: Colin P Derdeyn, MD, FAHA
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Thursday, Feb 18, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Room 403 B
Fellow and Early Career/Stroke Leader Roundtable Luncheon
Thursday, Feb 18, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm, Room 501 A-C
Advance Practice Providers’ Roundtable Luncheon
One of the most exciting and motivating experiences for early career professionals is
connecting with a successful leader who can provide meaningful mentorship and
guidance. This lunch will provide an informal forum for new connections to be made
between early career professionals and leaders in stroke. Special efforts have been
made to ensure a memorable and worthwhile activity for all attendees. This luncheon
is open only to students and early career registrants (those who have completed
training in the last five years or those in the first five years after faculty appointment.)
Moderator: Krista Jordan, PA-C, St Louis Park, Minnesota
Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating
is limited.
Stroke Units
Sandy Middleton, PhD, RN, Darlinghurst, Australia
Victoria Swatzell, DNP, RN, AG-ACNP, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, Memphis, TN
Facilitator: Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
Table Moderators/Leaders:
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
Acute Stroke
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD, FAANS, FACS, FAHA, Chicago, IL
Neurosurgery
William G Barsan, MD, FACEP, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
Acute Stroke
Erin M Conahan, BSN, Allentown, PA
Nursing
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, St Louis, MO
Neurointevention
Gabrielle deVeber, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada
Pediatric Stroke
Alexander Dromerick, MD, Washington, DC
Rehabilitation
Mitchell Elkind, MD, MS, FAAN, New York, NY
Epidemiology
Marc Fisher, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Stroke Journal
Matthew Gounis, PhD, Worcester, MA
Basic Science
James C Grotta, MD, FAHA, Houston, TX
Acute Stroke
Scott Janis, PhD, Bethesda, MD
NINDS/StrokeNET
Part I: DNP vs PhD / Part II: Developing a Program of Research & Presenting
Your Work at ISC (Two Part Table)
Anne W Alexandrov, PhD, RN, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, FAAN, Fountain Hills, AZ
NET SMART Program & Advanced Certification in Acute Neurovascular Practice
Fern Cudlip, MSN, RN, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, Castro Valley, CA
Becoming a Comprehensive Stroke Center
Joanna Yang, DNP, ACNP-BC, FNP- BC, ANVP-BC, Loma Linda, CA
Post-stroke Outpatient Follow-up
Christina Condon, MSN, NP-C, Winston Salem, NC
Sarah Lycan, NP, Winston Salem, NC
Building MD-PA and MD-NP Relationships
Jillian Belmont, NP, Lebanon, NH
Diana Rojas-Soto, MD, Lebanon, NH
Neuro ICU
Sarah Livesay, DNP, RN, Houston, TX
Community Hospital
Audrey Paulson DNP, FNP, San Jose, CA
Building Administrative Support for Stroke Services
Dana Reiner Beenstock, MSN, RN, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, Paterson, NJ
Systems of Care for Improving Door-to-Needle
Michelle Whaley, MSN, CNS, Englewood, CO
New Graduate / Career Advancement
Salma Mansour, NP, Honolulu, HI
Michele Starr, PA-C, Oklahoma City, OK
Academic Medical Center
Shannon Burton, AG-ACNP/CCNS, Salt Lake City, UT
Conference attendees must register for this luncheon. Tickets are $25 and seating
is limited.
We would like to thank Krista Jordan for her time and effort in planning this
Advance Practice Providers’ Luncheon.
AWARD INFORMATION
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
Acute Stroke
The International Stroke Conference 2016 is pleased to offer awards for investigators
in stroke-related research. Selected awardees will present and be acknowledged at
the International Stroke Conference.
Dawn Kleindorfer, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
Epidemiology
William M Feinberg Award for Excellence in Clinical Stroke
The International Stroke Conference 2016 Program Committee accepted nominations
for the 2016 William M Feinberg Award for Excellence in Clinical Stroke. This award
recognizes significant contributions to the investigation and management of clinical
research in stroke.
Walter Koroshetz, MD, FAAN, Bethesda, MD
NINDS
Louise McCullough, MD, PhD, Farmington, CT
Basic Science
Lorie Richards, PhD, OTR/L, Salt Lake City, UT
Rehabilitation
Tanya Turan, MD, FAHA, Charleston, SC
Prevention
Don Frei, MD, Englewood, CO
Neurointervention
We would like to thank Dr. Pooja Khatri for her time and effort in planning
these Early Career Luncheons.
Wednesday, Feb 17, 11:03 am, Hall K
William M Feinberg Award for Excellence in Clinical Stroke:
High Explosive Treatment for Ultra-Acute Stroke: Hype or Hope
Phillip Bath, BSc, MB, BS, MD, FRCPath, FRCP, FESC, FAHA, Nottingham, United Kingdom
David G Sherman Lecture
This award was established in honor of David G Sherman, MD, a prominent stroke
physician and an internationally recognized leader and researcher in stroke
prevention and treatment. The award recognizes lifetime contributions to the
investigation, management, mentorship and community service in the stroke field.
Thursday, Feb 18, 10:33 am, Hall K
David G Sherman Lecture:
Visions of Stroke
Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, FAHA, Lund, Sweden
Thomas Willis Lecture
This award was established in honor of Thomas Willis, a prominent physician
credited with providing the first detailed description of the brain stem, the
cerebellum and the ventricles, with extensive hypotheses about the functions of
these brain parts. The award recognizes contributions to the investigation and
management of stroke – basic science.
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Friday, Feb 19, 11:33 am, Hall K
Thomas Willis Lecture:
Why Translational Stroke Research Cannot Succeed Without Failure
Ulrich Dirnagl, MD, FAHA, Berlin, Germany
NEW! Vascular Cognitive Impairment Award
Understanding and preventing cognitive impairment due to cerebrovascular disease
is one of the highest priorities for patients and a key step to improving brain health.
This award encourages investigators to undertake or continue research or clinical
work in the field of vascular cognitive impairment and submit an abstract to the
International Stroke Conference.
Mordecai Y T Globus New Investigator Award
This award recognizes Dr. Mordecai Y T Globus’ major contributions to research in
cerebrovascular disease, and his outstanding contributions to the elucidation of the
role of neurotransmitters in ischemia and trauma; the interactions among multiple
neurotransmitters; mechanisms of hypothermic neuroprotection; and the role of
oxygen radical mechanisms and nitric oxide in brain injury. To be eligible for this
award, you must submit an abstract to the International Stroke Conference.
Wednesday, Feb 17, 8:45 am, Vascular Cognitive Impairment Oral Abstracts,
Room 152
Vascular Cognitive Impairment Award:
Dementia After Spontaneous Intra-cerebral Hemorrhage (43)
Solène Moulin, MD, Lille, France
Thursday, Feb 18, 8:45 am, Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke
Recovery Oral Abstracts II, Room 515 B
Mordecai Y T Globus New Investigator Award in Stroke:
Class IIa Histone Deacetylases Are Essential for Neuronal Remodeling and
Functional Recovery After Stroke (127)
Amjad Shehadah, MD, Bethesda, MD
ISC Junior Investigator Travel Grants
The International Stroke Conference 2016 Travel Grants for Junior Investigators
encourage and support the efforts of early career investigators in cerebrovascular
disease research and encourage participation in the International Stroke Conference
by providing travel funds to attend the International Stroke Conference 2016, present
research in oral or poster format, and engage in discussion with senior investigators.
Robert G Siekert New Investigator Award in Stroke
In recognition of Dr Robert G Siekert, founding chairman of the American Heart
Association’s International Conference on Stroke and Cerebral Circulation, this award
encourages new investigators to undertake or continue stroke-related research. To
be eligible, you must submit an abstract to the International Stroke Conference.
Application for travel grants for ISC 2017 will take place during the ISC 2017
abstract submission process. You must submit an abstract for ISC 2017 to be eligible
to apply for a travel grant.
The International Stroke Conference 2016 Program Committee would like to
thank the AHA/ASA’s Stroke Council for their very generous contribution to the
ISC 2016 travel grants.
Friday, Feb 19, 9:57 am, Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Oral Abstracts II,
Room 151
Robert G Siekert New Investigator Award in Stroke:
Association between Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia and Ischemic
Stroke in Patients Without Atrial Fibrillation (210)
Hooman Kamel, MD, New York, NY
NOMINATIONS FOR ISC 2017 AWARDS
Nominations for ISC 2017 Awards
ISC staff will begin accepting nominations for the named ISC awards on
Wednesday, February 17, 2016. The deadline to submit nominations for the
Feinberg, Sherman and Willis Awards is Wednesday, July 6, 2016. Please go to
strokeconference.org/awardsandlectures for more information about each of
these awards.
Stroke Care in Emergency Medicine Award
The International Stroke Conference is pleased to present the Stroke Care in
Emergency Medicine Award. This award is open to investigators at all levels who are
an AHA/ASA member and submit an abstract in the Emergency Medicine category to
the International Stroke Conference.
Thursday, Feb 18, 1:30 pm, Emergency Care/Systems Oral Abstracts II,
Room 151
Stroke Care in Emergency Medicine Award:
Sustained Improvement of Door-to-Needle Times Using Toyota’s
LEAN Manufacturing Principles: The Washington University Experience
2003-15 (162)
Peter Panagos, MD, St Louis, MO
Please note that you must be a FAHA to be eligible for these awards.
Applications for the abstract-based awards will occur during the abstract
submission process, May 25 – August 16, 2016.
FAHA Application Submission and Deadlines
The Stroke Council considers applications for AHA Fellowship during the
spring and fall of each year. Applications must be received through the Council
Awards Application System by 5:00 pm CST on December 1 for the spring
review cycle and by 5:00 pm CDT on June 1 for the fall review cycle.
Applications received after the deadline dates will be held until the next review
cycle. New FAHA are notified after they are elected at the annual business
meeting.
Stroke Rehabilitation Award
Rehabilitation after stroke is an essential part of stroke recovery and helps to
enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to stroke survivors. This
award encourages investigators to undertake or continue research and/or clinical
work in the field of stroke rehabilitation and submit an abstract to the International
Stroke Conference.
Wednesday, Feb 17, 2:30 pm, Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Oral
Abstracts I, Room 502 B
Stroke Rehabilitation Award:
Exploring Efficacy and Safety of Very Early Mobilization Within 24 Hours of
Stroke Onset Versus Usual Stroke Unit Care (A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial,
AVERT): Pre-specified Subgroup Analysis (76)
Julie Bernhardt, PhD, BSC, Heidelberg, Australia
POSTERS
NEW! Stroke Basic Science Award
The International Stroke Conference is pleased to present the Stroke Basic Science
Award. This award is open to investigators at all levels who are an AHA/ASA member.
The research must be considered basic or translational science and it must be
laboratory-based. Applicants must submit an abstract in one of the appropriate
categories to the International Stroke Conference.
Thursday, Feb 18, 9:57 am, Experimental Mechanisms and Models Oral
Abstracts I, Room 502 B
Stroke Basic Science Award:
Aberrant Activation of ASK1 Mediates Proinflammatory and Neurotoxic
Microglial Responses After Cerebral Ischemia/Reperfusion (147)
Yejie Shi, MD, PhD, Pittsburgh, PA
Professor-Led Poster Tours and Regular Poster Sessions
During the ISC 2016 poster sessions, there will be both Professor-Led Poster Tours
and Regular Poster Sessions. During the Professor-Led Poster Tours, leaders in the
stroke field will take groups of conference attendees around 12 speaker-attended
posters ordered by category. Each poster presenter will have approximately
2 minutes to present the highlights of his or her work, followed by 3 minutes for a
Q&A from attendees. There are 10 different poster tours to select from during each
Poster Tour Session.
To be a part of a Poster Tour, please turn to pg 50 and pg 80 in the Poster Abstracts
section of the Final Program and decided which section/category of posters you
would like to attend during each of the two Poster Tour Sessions. Five – ten minutes
prior to the Poster Tour Session start time, simply go to the correspondingly
numbered “Section” sign for that section/category of posters.
During the Regular Poster Sessions, poster presenters will stand by their poster for
individual Q&A time with attendees; they will not give a formal presentation. These
posters are separate and not a part of the Professor-Led Poster Tours. To see the
posters in the Regular Poster Session, please turn to pg 57 and pg 88 in the Poster
Abstracts section of the Final Program.
A map of the Poster Hall is available at the front of the Poster Abstracts Section; it
will highlight the Professor-Led Poster Tour sections and the Regular Poster sections.
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Posters will be available for viewing in the Poster Hall (Hall H, Level 1) from 8:00 am –
6:45 pm on Wednesday, Feb 17 and Thursday, Feb 18. The speaker-attended poster
sessions will take place at the following times:
Wednesday, Feb 17
Professor-Led Poster Tours Regular Poster Session
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Thursday, Feb 18
Professor-Led Poster Tours Regular Poster Session 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
FAHAs and Other Stroke Leaders – please be sure to show your support for young
investigators and attend the poster sessions.
Please note that for safety reasons, infants and children are not permitted in the
Poster Hall.
Missed the poster presenter? Use your smartphone to view the poster information
and listen to the author’s pre-recorded discussion about the abstract. Throughout the
Convention Center and in the Poster Hall, you will see black and white boxes called
QR codes. Use your smartphone to scan these boxes and you’ll have access to online
audio and posters. Follow the directions below to download free software to your
smartphone and enjoy this exciting feature.
Download the free app:
1. Visit www.scanlife.com on your smartphone.
2. Download the free application (for almost all phones). iPhone users, go to the
App Store and download app ScanLife.
3. Use the app to scan the code.
Start Planning Now for the International Stroke Conference 2017
in Houston, Texas!
CALL FOR SCIENCE
Thank you for attending the International Stroke Conference 2016. Please don’t
forget these important dates for the International Stroke Conference 2017:
Submit Session Ideas
Suggested Session Submitter Opens:
Suggested Session Submitter Closes:
Monday, Feb 15, 2016
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Submit Your Best Science for Consideration for ISC 2017
Presenting your science at ISC offers you many benefits:
•International
Impact: Media coverage from around the world resulted in
almost 1.5 billion media impressions from nearly 1,200 stories for ISC 2015.
• Network with Leaders in the Stroke Field: Attend ISC and discuss your
findings with stroke research and practice experts from around the globe.
•Virtual Reach: The ISC 2015 virtual reach through the AHA/ASA Web site,
e-mails, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter activity had more than 3.4 million hits.
• Published Abstracts: Accepted ISC and Nursing Symposium abstracts will
be published online on the Stroke journal Web site.
Submit Abstracts
Submission Opens: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Submission Closes: Tuesday, Aug 16, 2016
Submit Late-Breaking Science and Ongoing Clinical Trials Abstracts
Submission Opens: Wednesday, Oct 12, 2016
Submission Closes: Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016
The link to submit abstracts and/or session ideas can be found at
strokeconference.org/submitscience on the opening date listed above.
In order to encourage a broad range of science and speakers,
international authors and junior authors are strongly encouraged to
submit abstracts for presentation.
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International Stroke Conference 2016
How to Claim Your Credit
Sign in with your username and password at
learn.heart.org. If you do not have an account,
please create one.
• Select the International Stroke Conference link
under the “Live Conference Credit Claim” box
on the homepage
• Click the ‘Register’ button and follow the
prompts to enroll in the activity
• Authorization codes will be provided with your
badge
• Complete the evaluation, then claim and print
your certificate
• Credit must be claimed within 30 days of
program completion
For a full list of conference accreditation
statements and credit designation visit
strokeconference.org.
To see a full list of available CME/
CE activities check out the ‘Activities
Catalog’ at learn.heart.org.
On-Demand CME/CE
Activities Available
NURSING SYMPOSIUM
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Benefits include:
• Up to $500 in savings on International Stroke Conference 2017 registration and
up to $300* in savings on State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium
registration — plus registration savings at AHA’s other scientific conferences.
• Complimentary access to Stroke OnDemand®.**
• Benefits that extend beyond science so you can contribute to the AHA/ASA’s
mission of building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
CVSN Council Mission
The mission of the Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing is to accelerate the discovery,
translation and application of knowledge to promote and improve overall cardiovascular health.
Our efforts focus on contributing nursing’s biopsychosocial expertise to AHA’s global agenda to
promote ideal cardiovascular health, quality of life, and heart healthy lifestyles and environments.
Learn more about the CVSN Council at my.americanheart.org/cvsncouncil.
Visit our staff at HeadQuarters Booth 235 to learn more about
the CVSN Council and the benefits of joining the AHA/ASA
Professional Membership and our network of nearly
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Join or renew on-site and receive a free gift!*
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©2015, American Heart Association 11/15DS9791
Tuesday, Feb 16, 2016
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, California
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is grateful to the
members of the 2016 State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium Program
Committee for their dedication and leadership provided throughout the year planning
the program.
Program Committee
Karen L Saban, PhD, APRN, RN, CNRN, Chair
Dawn Aycock, PhD, MSN, BSN, Vice Chair
Taura L Barr, PhD, RN
Michelle Camicia, MSN, CRRN
Jennifer Cohn, MSN, CNRN, FAHA, Immediate Past Chair
Janice Hinkle, PhD, RN, CNRN
Lori M Massaro, BSN, MSN
Elaine T Miller, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHA, FAAN (ISC Program Committee Liaison)
Sue B Pugh, MSN, RN, CNRN, CRRN, CNS-BC, CBIS, FAHA
Debbie Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNP (AANN Liaison)
Joint Accreditation Statements
The American Heart Association is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide
continuing education for the healthcare team.
Program Committee’s Conflict of Interest Information
K L Saban: None.
D Aycock: Research Grant; Significant; K01 grant NIH/NINR.
T L Barr: Employment; Modest; CereDx LLC.
M Camicia: None.
J Cohn: Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Codman Neuro Nursing Matters
Educational Events.
J L Hinkle: Other; Modest; President of AANN.
L M Massaro: Speakers’ Bureau; Modest; Genentech, Inc.
E T Miller: None.
S B Pugh: None.
D R Summers: None.
ANCC Credit Designation Statement – Nurses
The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 7.00 contact hours.
**ANCC Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 16, 2016.
Disclosure Policy
All persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities
provided by the American Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial
relationships with any commercial supporters of this activity as well as with other
commercial interests whose lines of business are related to the CME/CE-certified
content of this activity. In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproved
uses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations. Such disclosures will be
made in writing in course presentation materials.
Sponsored by the American Heart Association’s Stroke Nursing Committee of the
Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing and co-sponsored by the Preventive
Cardiovascular Nurses Association.
Please note that there is a separate registration fee to attend the Nursing Symposium.
Symposium Description
The State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium is a can’t miss forum designed
to provide cutting-edge information for nursing, rehabilitation and other healthcare
professionals who treat patients and families in all phases of stroke treatment from
the emergency department through rehabilitation and community integration.
The symposium will update and inform the audience about nursing issues along the
continuum of stroke care (ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke management, rehabilitation
and program development.) The goal of the program is to share innovative best
clinical practices that have been developed to optimize patient outcomes throughout
the stroke continuum of care. An exciting plenary program and stimulating break-out
sessions have been planned to meet the educational needs for nurses, rehabilitation
and healthcare professionals at various levels of skill.
Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of the State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium,
participants should be able to:
Explain advanced clinical decision making utilizing systems of care
Describe young stroke and changing the way we view stroke care in America
• Discuss stroke topics among select groups including:
o Women and stroke: clinical practice implications for nurses
o Substance abuse prevalence in the aging stroke population
o Narrowing the gap in awareness, symptom recognition, and response time to
stroke among non-English speaking minority population
o Acculturation, access to care, and risk factors for stroke among Asian
Americans
o Contents and the language on the Web-based information for stroke
prevention and care
o Health disparity and health illiteracy among the first generation immigrants
• Define the essentials of standard and advanced clinical practice including:
o The basics and beyond of neuroimaging 101
o The hemorrhagic stroke: current advances and future directions in patient care
o Interpreting the guidelines for nursing care of the patient with large
hemispheric infact
•
•
Discuss rehabilitation and recovery, community integration including:
o New strategies for dysphagia after stroke – improving health and quality of life
o Neural priming for stroke rehabilitation
o Development of an innovative infrastructure for support of stroke care and
stroke bridge clinic
o Post discharge care and navigation through telephone follow-up calls
o Depression screening and management
• Manage the coordination of care and strategies for quality enhancement
including:
o Nursing care in the endovascular suite
o Telestroke implementation: evolving stroke system relationships
o Improving your EMR: a collaboration to best practices for certified stroke
centers
•
State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium 2016
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16
For the most current program information and speakers, please go to the online
Program Planner on strokeconference.org or download the Mobile Meeting Guide app.
8:00 am – 11:30 am
Plenary Session
Hall K
Moderators: Dawn Aycock, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, Atlanta, GA
Karen L Saban, RN, PhD, APN, CNRN, Maywood, IL
8:00
Opening Remarks
Karen L Saban, RN, PhD, APN, CNRN, Maywood, IL
8:05
Program Introduction (CVSN Stroke Nursing Committee Chair)
Deborah Chyun, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, New York, NY
8:10
CVSN Stroke Article of the Year Award
Tamilyn Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, Cincinnati, OH
8:20-9:50
Advanced Clinical Decision Making Utilizing Systems of Care
8:20
Clinical Confusion in Routing Stroke Emergencies
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroudsburg, PA
8:39
Clinical Decision Support for Triage and Treatment
Debbie R Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNP, Kansas, MO
8:58
Interactions within the Stroke Systems of Care
Lori M Massaro, MSN, CRNP, Pittsburgh, PA
9:16
Consequences of Multi-entry Points for Stroke Treatment
Wende Fedder, RN, MBA, DNP, FAHA, Elk Grove Village, IL
9:35Discussion
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9:50 am – 10:05 am
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Short Break
Concurrent B – Room 150 A-C
Essentials of Standard and Advanced Clinical Practice
10:05-11:30
Young Stroke: Changing the Way We View Stroke Care in America
Moderator: Debbie R Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNP, Kansas, MO
10:05 Survivorship: Distinguishing Unmet Needs of Young Stroke Survivors
Amy Edmunds, MA, Conway, SC
1:00-2:00
Neuroimaging 101: The Basics and Beyond
10:30 Maximizing Quality of Care and Patient Safety for the
Young Stroke Patient
Mary Morrissette, RN, BSN, Richmond, VA
1:00 CT Anatomy & Basics
Elizabeth Kim, MSN, APN, CNS, Stanford, CA
1:20 Stroke Pathology
Franklin A Marden, MD, Elk Grove Village, IL
10:55 Personalized Rehabilitation for Post-stroke Relearning
Preeti Raghavan, MD, New York, NY
1:40 Quiz Time – Putting It All Together
Susan Ashcraft, MSN, Concord, NC
11:20Discussion
2:00-2:45
The Hemorrhagic Stroke: Current Advances and Future Directions
in Patient Care
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Lunch – Hall G
A boxed lunch will be provided.
2:00 Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Cerebral Aneurysms:
How Are We Helping the Patient?
Chirag D Gandhi, MD, Newark, NJ
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Concurrent A – Room 408 A-B
Stroke Topics among Select Groups
Moderators: Janice L Hinkle, RN, PhD, CNRN, FAHA, Washington, DC
Taura L Barr, PhD, RN, Morgantown, WV
1:00-2:00
Women and Stroke: Clinical Practice Implications for Nurses
1:00
Identification of Key Stroke Risk Factors in Women
Cheryl Bushnell, MD, MHS, Winston Salem, NC
1:13
The Epidemiology of Atrial Fibrillation and Women
Judith H Lichtman, PhD, MPH, New Haven, CT
1:26
Pregnancy Risk Factors in Stroke
Amytis Towfighi, MD, Los Angeles, CA
1:38
Nursing Implications for Stroke Prevention in Women
Wende Fedder, RN, MBA, DNP, FAHA, Elk Grove Village, IL
Intracerebral Hemorrhage: To Operate or Not To Operate?
Chirag D Gandhi, MD, Newark, NJ
2:22
Ruptured Intracranial Vascular Malformations
Kevin Cockroft, MD, MSc, FACS, Hershey, PA
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Short Break
1:50Discussion
2:00
2:11
Substance Abuse Prevalence in the Aging Stroke Population
Marcella A Wozniak, MD, Baltimore, MD
Karen Yarbrough, MS, CRNP, Baltimore, MD
3:00
Interpreting the Guidelines for Nursing Care of the Patient
with Large Hemispheric Infact
Daiwai Olson, PhD, RN, CCRN, Dallas, TX
4:00
Vigilant Nursing Glucose and Temperature Control for Stroke: Is There a Need in the United States?
Anne W Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr – Memphis,
Memphis, TN NS4
4:15
Improvement of Follow-up Rate After Discharge of
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients by The Man-to-man Education
for Stroke During Admission
Jei Kim, Chungnam Natl Univ Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of
NS5
4:30
To Rest or Mobilize... When to Start Early Mobilization in Acute Stroke: a Systematic Review
Michelle Whaley, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Anne W Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr – Memphis,
Memphis, TN
NS6
2:40Discussion
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
4:45Discussion
Short Break
3:00
Narrowing the Gap in Awareness, Symptom Recognition, and Response
Time to Stroke among Non-English Speaking Minority Population
Kyungeh An, PhD, Richmond, VA
3:15
Acculturation, Access to Care, Risk Factors for Stroke among Asian
Americans
Cha-Nam Shin, PhD, Phoenix, AZ
3:30
Contents and the Language on the Web-based Information for Stroke
Prevention and Care
Mikyung Lee, PhD, RN, Denton, TX
3:45Discussion
4:00
Access and Use of Information Technologies Among
NS1
Hypertensive Older Adults to Reduce Stroke Risk
Ayman Tailakh, California State Univ Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Cinthya Vasquez, California State Univ Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 4:15
Factors That Affect Health Promotion Behaviors in Urban Black Women
Millie Hepburn, New York Univ Hosp Ctr, New York, NY NS2
The Influence of Chinese Culture on Caregiving Role Perceptions Among Stroke Caregivers
Xichenhui Qiu, The Nethersole Sch of Nursing, The Chinese Univ of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Haixia Feng, Affiliated ZhongDa Hosp, Medical Sch, Southeast Univ,
Nanjing, China NS3
4:30
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Concurrent C – Room 403 B
Rehabilitation and Recovery: An Ongoing Process: Community Integration
Moderators: Michelle Camicia, MSN, CCRN, Vallejo, CA
Elaine T Miller, DNS, RN, CRRN, FAHA, FAAN, Cincinnati, OH
1:00
The Need for New Treatment Strategies for Dysphagia and Stroke:
A Neurorehabilitation Perspective
Alexander Dromerick, MD, Washington, DC
1:10
New Strategies for Dysphagia after Stroke: Improving Health
and Quality of Life: Impact of Dysphagia on Social Participation
and Quality of Life
Dorothy F Edwards, PhD, Madison, WI Primary
1:20
New Dietary Compensatory Strategies for Dysphagia after Stroke
Jacqueline A Hind, MS, Madison, WI
1:40
New Rehabilitation Exercise Interventions for Dysphagia after Stroke:
New Innovations, New Outcomes
Joanne A Robbins, PhD, Madison, WI
2:00
Neural Priming for Stroke Rehabilitation: Movement and Sensory
Priming for Individuals with Severe Upper Limb Impairment
Mary E Stoykov, PhD, OTR/L, Chicago,
2:15
The Challenge of Developing Effective Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
Treatment Trials after Stroke
Dorothy F Edwards, PhD, Madison, WI
2:30
Stroke Rehabilitation Utilizing Brain Computer Interface Technology
Vivek Prabhakaran, MD, PhD, Madison, WI
4:45Discussion
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2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Short Break
3:00
Stroke Continuum of Care: Development of an Innovative
Infrastructure for Support of Stroke Care and Stroke Bridge Clinic
Hillary Crumlett, BS, RN, MS, Winfield, IL
3:20
Post Discharge Care and Navigation through Telephone
Follow-up Calls
Ryan Keiler, BSN, Winfield, IL
3:40
Depression Screening and Management
Konstantinos Kostas, PhD, Elk Grove Village, IL
4:00
The Effects of a Theory-based Health Empowerment Intervention on Self-management and Functional Recovery Post-stroke
Janet WH Sit, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
SW Tang, Tung Wah Eastern Hosp, Hosp Authority Hong Kong, Hong Kong,
Hong Kong NS7
4:15
Prevalence and Relating Factors of Sleep Disturbances at 3 Months Post Stroke
Smi Choi-Kwon, Seoul Natl U, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Jong S Kim, Univ of Ulsan Coll of Med, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of
NS8
4:30
ARN Professional Rehabilitation Nurse Competency Model: Application to Stroke Care
Stephanie Vaughn, California State Univ at Fullerton, Fullerton, CA NS9
4:15
Using a Template in the Electronic Medical Record to Improve Communication Between Emergency Medical Services and the
Emergency Department for Acute Stroke
Melissa Richardson, Hillcrest, Mayfield Heights, OH
Christopher Rankin, Hillcrest, Mayfield Heights, OH NS11
4:30
Effective Reduction of Stroke Readmissions Through Nurse Practitioner Initiated Follow-up Calls in a
Comprehensive Stroke Center
Maryika I Gibson, Legacy Health, Portland, OR NS12
4:45Discussion
For the most current program information and speakers, please go to
strokeconference.org, online Program Planner or download the Mobile
Meeting Guide app.
Start Planning Now for the State-of-the-Science Stroke
Nursing Symposium and the International Stroke Conference 2017
in Houston, Texas!
4:45Discussion
CALL FOR SCIENCE
Thank you for attending the State-of-the-Science Stroke Nursing Symposium
2016. Please don’t forget these important dates for the State-of-the-Science
Stroke Nursing Symposium 2017 and the International Stroke Conference 2017:
Submit Session Ideas
Submit your session suggestions for the Stroke Nursing Symposium 2017:
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Concurrent D – Room 153 A-C
Coordination of Care and Strategies for Quality Enhancement
Suggested Session Submitter Opens: Monday, Feb 15, 2016
Suggested Session Submitter Closes:Tuesday, March 15, 2016
1:00-2:00
Nursing Care in the Endovascular Suite: The 4 Ws
Submit Your Best Science for Consideration for the Stroke Nursing
Symposium and the International Stroke Conference 2017
Presenting your science at ISC offers you many benefits:
Moderator: Lori M Massaro, MSN, CRNP, Pittsburgh, PA
1:00
WHY: Optimizing Nursing Care in the Neuro Endovascular Suite
Therese Dawson, Pittsburgh, PA
1:15
WHERE: Neuro IR Suite vs Cardiac Cath Lab
Melanie Smith-Fortney, Pittsburgh, PA
1:30
WHO: The NICU Nurse in the IR Suite
Benjamin Morrow, Pittsburgh, PA
1:45
WHAT: Data Collection – Optimizing Outcomes in IR
Cherie Adams, Pittsburgh, PA
International Impact: Media coverage from around the world resulted in
almost 1.5 billion media impressions from nearly 1,200 stories for ISC and
the Stroke Nursing Symposium 2015.
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Network with Leaders in the Stroke Field: Attend ISC and the Nursing
Symposium and discuss your findings with stroke research and practice
experts from around the globe.
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2:00-3:00
Telestroke Implementation: Evolving Stroke System Relationships
Virtual Reach: The ISC and the Nursing Symposium 2015 virtual reach
through the AHA/ASA Web site, e-mails, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter
activity had more than 3.4 million hits.
Published Abstracts: Accepted ISC and Nursing Symposium abstracts will
be published online on the Stroke journal Web site.
2:00
Telestroke – Overview and Getting Started
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN, Stroudsburg, PA
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2:11
HUB Responsibilities
Lori M Massaro, MSN, CRNP, Pittsburgh, PA
2:22
Spoke Responsibilites
Jean Thomas, MS, BSN, RN, SCRN, Hagerstown, MD
2:33
Forging Strong Relationships and Quality Metrics
Morgan Boyer, BS, Hershey, PA
The International Stroke Conference includes a Nursing abstract category.
You may submit nursing abstracts to both the Stroke Nursing Symposium and the
International Stroke Conference. The same abstract may be submitted for
both, but it can only be accepted for and presented at either ISC or the Stroke
Nursing Symposium.
Submit Abstracts
Submission Opens:Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Submission Closes:Tuesday, Aug 16, 2016
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Short Break
3:00
Improving Your EMR: A Collaboration to Best Practices for
Certified Stroke Centers
Sharon Hammond-Heaton, MA, BSN, RN, EMT-P, Columbus, OH
3:20
Improving Your EMR: A Collaboration to Best Practices for
Certified Stroke Centers
Jenevra Foley, Ann Arbor, MI
3:40
Improving Your EMR: A Collaboration to Best Practices for
Certified Stroke Centers
Stephanie Casual, Stanford, CA
4:00
Rapidly Improving Stroke Symptoms - To Treat or Not to Treat
Sherri H Friedrich, Providence Holy Cross Medical Ctr, Mission Hills, CA
Anne Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Science, Memphis, TN
Submit Late-Breaking Science and Ongoing Clinical Trials Abstracts
Submission Opens:Wednesday, Oct 12, 2016
Submission Closes:Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016
The link to submit abstracts and/or session ideas can be found at
strokeconference.org/submitscience on the opening date listed above.
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PRE-CONFERENCE
Your patient education and
community resource for stroke
prevention, treatment and recovery.
• Evidence-based patient education materials
• Stroke warning signs information, including
F.A.S.T. campaign materials
• Cryptogenic Stroke (stroke of unknown cause)
professional and patient resources
• Stroke infographics, publications and guidelines
• Community handouts and training tools for
EMS Professionals
StrokeAssociation.org/resources
PRE-CONFERENCE
PRE-CONFERENCE
STROKE
RESOURCE
CENTER
Discuss:
o Acute stroke imaging
o Reimbursement issues for comprehensive and community hospitals
o The role of nursing in community and comprehensive centers
o Challenges in post-thrombectomy management
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ISC Pre-Conference Symposium I
Stroke in the Real World: To Infinity and Beyond: Endovascular Therapy
and Systems of Care
Tuesday, Feb 16, 2016
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, California
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is grateful to the
members of the ISC 2016 Pre-Conference Symposium I Program Committee for their
dedication and leadership provided throughout the year in planning the program.
Program Committee
Ted Wein, MD, FRCPC, FAHA, Chair
Nina Gentile, MD
Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA
Susan L Hickenbottom, MD, MS, FAHA
Michael D Hill, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Sue B Pugh, MSN, RN, CNRN, CRRN, CNS-BC, CBIS, FAHA
Jeffrey L Saver, MD, FAHA, FAAN
Phillip Scott, MD, FAHA
Kyra Becker, MD, FAHA (ISC Program Committee, Chair)
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHA (ISC Program Committee, Vice Chair)
AMA Credit Designation Statement – Physicians
The American Heart Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
AAPA Credit Acceptance Statement – Physician Assistants
AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA
PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized
state medical society. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 6.75 hours of
Category I credit for completing this program.
Program Committee’s Conflict of Interest Information
T Wein: Research Grant; Modest; NIH, ASTRA Zeneca, ACCORDA , Allergan.
Honoraria; Modest; Boeringher Ingelheim, Bayer, Allergan. Consultant/Advisory
Board; Modest; Bayer. Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; Allergan.
N Gentile: Research Grant; Significant; NINDS research grants.
J Goldstein: Research Grant; Modest; CSL Behring. Consultant/Advisory Board;
Modest; Bristol-Meyers, CSL Behring.
S L Hickenbottom: None.
M D Hill: Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Adjudication panel for Merck for a
clinical trials outcomes panel.. Research Grant; Significant; Research grant to the
University of Calgary from Covidien AG for the ESCAPE trial. Other Research Support;
Significant; Drug in kind support for the TEMPO-1 trial from Hoffmann-La Roche
Canada Ltd. Ownership Interest; Significant; Calgary Scientific Inc.
S B Pugh: None.
J Saver: Consultant/Advisory Board; Modest; Stryker, Neuravia, Cognition Medical,
Boehringer, Ingelheim. Consultant/Advisory Board; Significant; Medtronic.
P Scott: None.
B Ovbiagele: Research Grant; Modest; NIH-NINDS.
K J Becker: None.
Symposium Description
This Pre-Conference Symposium of the International Stroke Conference is designed
to provide cutting edge information for healthcare professionals caring for patients
with, or at risk for stroke. This one-day symposium highlights scientific advances in
cerebrovascular disease while emphasizing their application in the real world.
The symposium informs the audience about issues along the full continuum of
stroke care and covers varied topics of interest to healthcare providers working in
the emergency department, hospitalist settings, primary care, general neurology,
pharmacies, and other stroke care arenas. This year’s symposium will focus on
stroke systems of care including: pre-hospital screening and logistics; transporting
to the closest center or the comprehensive stroke center; mobile stroke units and
their role in the endovascular world; integrating community hospitals for advanced
stroke treatment; imaging techniques (advanced penumbral or collateral imaging
vs CTA/MRA and ASPECTS); an interventionalist’s perspective on maximizing work
flow; and international strategies to maximize thrombectomy. There will also be a
series of challenging breakout sessions. Participants will also have the opportunity
to have an informal lunch with the faculty where questions or challenging stroke
cases may be discussed.
Learning Objectives
After participating in this activity, participants will be able to:
• Assess pre-hospital screening and logistics
• Identify whether it is better to transport to the closest center or the
comprehensive stroke center
• Describe mobile stroke units and their role in the endovascular world
• Summarize integrating community hospitals for advanced stroke treatment
• Discuss imaging techniques: advanced penumbral or collateral imaging vs CTA/
MRA and ASPECTS
• Explain an interventionalist’s perspective on maximizing work flow and how we
can make their jobs easier
• Apply international strategies to maximize thrombectomy
Joint Accreditation Statements
The American Heart Association is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide continuing
education for the healthcare team.
AANP Credit Acceptance Statement – Nurse Practitioners
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) accepts AMA PRA Category 1
Credit™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME.
**AMA Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 16, 2016.
ANCC Credit Designation Statement – Nurses
The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 6.75 contact hours.
**ANCC Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 16, 2016.
Disclosure Policy
All persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities
provided by the American Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial
relationships with any commercial supporters of this activity as well as with other
commercial interests whose lines of business are related to the CME/CE-certified
content of this activity. In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproved
uses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations. Such disclosures will be
made in writing in course presentation materials.
Please note that there is a separate registration fee to attend the ISC Pre-Conference
Symposium I.
Tuesday, February 16
Stroke in the Real World: To Infinity and Beyond: Endovascular Therapy and
Systems of Care
For the most current program information and speakers, please go to the online
Program Planner on strokeconference.org or download the Mobile Meeting Guide app.
9:00 am – 12 Noon
Plenary Session – Room 151 A-C
Moderators: Theodore Wein, MD, FRCPC, FAHA, Montreal, QC, Canada
Nina T Gentile, MD, Philadelphia, PA
9:00 “Go ahead; make my day.”: Welcoming Remarks
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
9:05
“I feel the need.... The need for speed!”: Pre-hospital Screening
and Logistics
Sophia Dyer, MD, FACEP, Boston, MA
9:35 Q&A
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9:45 am – 10:25 am
2:40 pm – 3:35 pm
Concurrent Sessions (Repeat)
Debate: “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”: Is It Better to Transport
to the Closest Center or the Comprehensive Stroke Center
Concurrent IIA – Room 515 A
“May the Force be with you.”: Acute Stroke Imaging Workshop
Jens Fiehler, MD, Hamburg, Germany
9:45 CLOSEST
Michael D Hill, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
Concurrent IIB – Room 502 A
“Houston – we have a problem.”: Reimbursement Issues for Comprehensive
and Community Hospitals
Anand Viswanathan, MD, PhD, Boston, MA
10:00 COMPREHENSIVE
Edward C Jauch, MD, MS, FAHA, FACEP, Charleston, SC
10:15 Q&A
10:25 “If you’re going to build a time machine in a car, why not do it with
some style?”: Mobile Stroke Units: Role in the Endovascular World
James C Grotta, MD, FAHA, Houston, TX
Concurrent IIC – Room 502 B
“Life is like a box of chocolates, Forest. You never know what you are
going to get.”: The Role of Nursing in Community and Comprehensive Centers
Sue B Pugh, MSN, RN, CNRN, CRRN, CNS-BC, CBIS, FAHA, Baltimore, MD
10:40 Q&A
10:50 “I love it when a plan comes together.”: Integrating Community
Hospitals for Advanced Stroke Treatment
Mai N Nguyen-Huynh, MD, Oakland, CA
Concurrent IID – Room 515 B
“I love the smell of napalm in the morning.”:
Challenges in Post-thrombectomy Management
Wendy Ziai, MD, FRCPC, Baltimore, MD
11:10 Q&A
11:20 am – 12 Noon
3:50 pm – 5:05 pm
Debate: “Elementary, my dear Watson.”: Imaging Techniques:
Advanced Penumbral or Collateral Imaging vs CTA/ MRA and ASPECTS
Closing Plenary Session – Room 151 A-C
11:20 Advanced Penumbral Imaging/Collateral Imaging
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
Moderators: Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Susan L Hickenbottom, MD, MS, FAHA, Ypsilanti, MI
11:35 CTA/MRA and ASPECTS
Andrew M Demchuk, MD, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
“...the stuff that dreams are made of”:
International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy
11:50 Q&A
3:50 International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – Australia
Bruce Campbell, MBBS, Parkville, Australia
4:00 International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – Canada
Michael D Hill, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
12 Noon – 1:00 pm
“Made it, Ma! Top of the world!”: Lunch with Investigators of Mr Clean,
Escape, Swift Prime, Extend IA, etc...
All Faculty (A boxed lunch will be provided.)
4:10 International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – Europe
Diederik W Dippel, MD, Rotterdam, Netherlands
4:20 International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – Israel
Natan M Bornstein, MD, Tel-Aviv, Israel
1:00 pm – 1:40 pm
4:30 International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – Korea
Oh Young Bang, MD, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Plenary Session (cont) – Room 151 A-C
Moderators: Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Susan L Hickenbottom, MD, MS, FAHA, Ypsilanti, MI
1:00
4:40
“Come with me if you want to live.”: An Interventionalist Perspective
on Maximizing Work Flow: How We Can Make Their Jobs Easier
Mayank Goyal, MBBS, MD, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
International Strategies to Maximize Thrombectomy – USA
Jeffrey L Saver, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Los Angeles, CA
4:50 Q&A
5:00
1:30 Q&A
1:40 pm – 2:30 pm
Concurrent Sessions
Concurrent IA – Room 515 A
“May the Force be with you.”: Acute Stroke Imaging Workshop
Jens Fiehler, MD, Hamburg, Germany
Concurrent IB – Room 502 A
“Houston – we have a problem.”: Reimbursement Issues for Comprehensive
and Community Hospitals
Anand Viswanathan, MD, PhD, Boston, MA
Concurrent IC – Room 502 B
“Life is like a box of chocolates, Forest. You never know what you are going
to get.”: The Role of Nursing in Community and Comprehensive Centers
Sue B Pugh, MSN, RN, CNRN, CRRN, CNS-BC, CBIS, FAHA, Baltimore, MD
Concurrent ID – Room 515 B
“I love the smell of napalm in the morning.”: Challenges in Post-thrombectomy
Management
Wendy Ziai, MD, FRCPC, Baltimore, MD
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“Hasta la vista, baby”: Closing Remarks
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHA, Charleston, SC
AANP Credit Acceptance Statement – Nurse Practitioners
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) accepts AMA PRA Category 1
Credit™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME.
ISC Pre-Conference Symposium II
The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-clinical Behavioral Testing in Animals
For Students, Trainees and Early Career Professionals
**AMA Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 16, 2016.
Tuesday, Feb 16, 2016
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, California
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is grateful to the
members of the ISC 2016 Pre-Conference Symposium II Program Committee for their
dedication and leadership provided throughout the year in planning the program.
Program Committee
Louise D McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA, Chair
Gregory Bix, MD, PhD
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA (ISC Program Committee, Chair)
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHA (ISC Program Committee, Vice Chair)
ANCC Credit Designation Statement – Nurses
The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 3.50 contact hours.
**ANCC Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer
be available to claim after August 16, 2016.
Disclosure Policy
All persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities
provided by the American Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial
relationships with any commercial supporters of this activity as well as with other
commercial interests whose lines of business are related to the CME/CE-certified
content of this activity. In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproved
uses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations. Such disclosures will be
made in writing in course presentation materials.
Program Committee’s Conflict of Interest Information
L D McCullough: Speakers’ Bureau; Modest; Genentech.
G Bix: None.
B Ovbiagele: Research Grant; Modest; NIH-NINDS.
K J Becker: None.
Please note that there is a separate registration fee to attend the ISC Pre-Conference
Symposium II.
Symposium Description
This new Pre-Conference Symposium of the International Stroke Conference is
designed for students, trainees and early career professionals. This pre-conference
event was designed to discuss the newest methods for assessing behavioral deficits
and functional recovery in animals, the first step in assessing the potential
translation of therapeutics into human populations. This half-day symposium
highlights several new methods to assess cognitive impairment in rodents, the use
of large animals including primates, and the use of behavioral testing to examine
outcomes in models of intracerebral hemorrhage and vascular cognitive impairment.
We will begin with an introduction to the basics of behavioral testing, including
discussion on the “fundamentals” that will increase reliability and reproducibility in
animal experiments. The importance of blinding, randomization, and consistency of
the testing environment to reduce variability will be highlighted. We will then discuss
how to appropriately design and interpret behavioral studies, including the proper
use of parametric and non-parametric tests, interactions, and power analysis. We
will complete the session with a demonstration of newly developed cognitive tests
for use in mice and rats.
Learning Objectives
After participating in this activity, participants will be able to:
• Describe statistical interpretation including the use of appropriate statistical tests
• Design and “power” your studies
• Provide an introduction to the fundamental of behavioral testing in rodents
• Discuss non-rodent models: large animals
• Demonstrate cognitive testing in animal models
• Illustrate new tests for hypoxia and touchscreens with a focus on ICH or VCI
Joint Accreditation Statements
The American Heart Association is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide
continuing education for the healthcare team.
AMA Credit Designation Statement – Physicians
The American Heart Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.50
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Tuesday, February 16
The Nuts and Bolts of Pre-clinical Behavioral Testing in Animals
For the most current program information and speakers, please go to the online
Program Planner on strokeconference.org or download the Mobile Meeting Guide app.
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Theater 411
Moderators: Louise D McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA, Houston, TX
Gregory Bix, MD, PhD, Lexington, KY
1:00Overview
Theresa A Jones, PhD, Austin, TX
1:30
Introduction to Behavioral Testing in Rodents
Courtney A Devries, PhD, FAHA, Columbus, OH 1:55 Discussion
2:05 Non-rodent Models: Large Animals
Randolph J Nudo, PhD, FAHA, Kansas City, KS
2:30 Discussion
2:40 Cognitive Testing
Marion S Buckwalter, MD, PhD, Stanford, CA
3:05 Discussion
3:15 Translational Session with Focus on ICH or VCI and New Tests for
Hypoxia and Touchscreens Julie Deguil, MD, Lille, France
3:40 Discussion
3:50 Statistical Interpretation including the APPROPRIATE Statistical Tests
Olga Vsevolozhskaya, PhD, Lexington, KY 4:15 Discussion
4:25 General Discussion
AAPA Credit Acceptance Statement – Physician Assistants
AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA
PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized
state medical society. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 3.50 hours of
Category I credit for completing this program.
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Stroke
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Stroke Webinar Series
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At a time that’s convenient for you, tune into programs from the archived,
on-demand Stroke Webinar series. Learn about recent advances and
developments that will impact your practice and/or research.
These free, online presentations cover current and novel topics and will help
enhance your knowledge and ensure you stay up-to-date in this evolving field.
More than 15 programs are available, including such topics as:
• Cerebral Microbleeds
• Immunology of Stroke
• Evaluation of Cryptogenic Stroke
• Advances in Stroke Rehabilitation
• Cervical Artery Dissection
• Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17
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information, please refer to the Mobile Meeting Guide app. To download the app, search “AHA Events” in the App Store or Google Play.
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Wednesday, February 17 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery
Session Title
Designing the Next Generation of Rehabilitation Clinical Trials
New Insights and Therapeutic Targeting of the Blood Brain Barrier in Ischemic
Stroke
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
515 A
502 A
Moderator(s)
Richard L Harvey, MD, Chicago, IL
Alexander Dromerick, MD, Washington, DC
Jill Roberts, PhD, Lexington, KY
Louise McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA, Houston, TX
7:00
How to Design Early Started Rehabilitation Trials Post-stroke: Some Lessons
from the EXPLICIT Stroke Trial
Gert Kwakkel, PT, PhD, Amsterdam, Netherlands
7:19
Patient Selection and Stratification in Rehabilitation Clinical Trials
Cathy Stinear, MD, PhD, Auckland, New Zealand
7:38
Learning from Cancer: Early Stage Trial Designs and Predictive Analysis
Ming Tan, MD, Washington, DC
7:57
Biomarker Discovery in Rehabilitation Trials
Matthew Edwardson, MD, Washington, DC
8:15
Discussion
Introduction to BBB
Gregory J Bix, MD, PhD, Lexington, KY
(7:05) Integrins as Novel Regulators of Barrier Function in Ischemic Stroke: A
Potential New Therapeutic Target
Gregory J Bix, MD, PhD, Lexington, KY
(7:24) Stroke Effects on BBB Claudins: Imaging the BBB Tight Junctions
Dritan Agalliu, PhD, New York, NY
(7:43) BBB Ion Transporters and Channels in Ischemic Stroke: Effects of Diabetes
Martha O'Donnell, PhD, Davis, CA
(8:02) BBB Drug Transporters in Ischemic Stroke
Patrick Ronaldson, PhD, Tucson, AZ
(8:21) Discussion
Category
Acute Endovascular Treatment
Aneurysm
Session Title
Acute Endovascular Treatment Oral Abstracts I
Aneurysm Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
408
502 B
Moderator(s)
Thomas Devlin, MD, PhD, Chattanooga, TN
Maarten G Lansberg, MD, PhD, Palo Alto, CA
TBD
7:00
Effect of Intra-arterial Treatment in Patients Who are not Eligible for Intravenous
alteplase. A Post-hoc Mr Clean Subgroup Analysis and Meta-analysis 1
Diederik W Dippel, Erasmus MC University Medical Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Aad van der Lugt, Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands
The Pipeline Embolization Device: Midterm Results and Predictors of Outcomes
in 335 Consecutive Patients 8
Nohra Chalouhi, Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, Philadelphia, PA
Pascal Jabbour, Jefferson Hosp for Neuroscience, Philadelphia, PA
7:12
Good Outcome After Successful Recanalization is Time Dependent in the Swift
Prime Randomized Controlled Trial 2
Ashutosh P Jadhav, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Jeffrey Saver, Univ of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
A Novel Large Cerebral Aneurysm Model in Rats with Intraperitoneal
Administration of Beta-AminoPropioNitril-Fumarate 9
Yusuke Shimoda, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
Kiyohiro Houkin, Hokkaido Univ, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
7:24
Endovascular Thrombectomy Increases Disability-free Survival, Quality of Life
and Life Expectancy After Ischemic Stroke With Reduced Costs 3
Bruce Campbell, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Parkville, Australia
Stephen Davis, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Parkville, Australia
Smooth Muscle Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor γ Plays a Critical
Role in Formation and Rupture of Cerebral Aneurysms in Mice in vivo 10
Robert M Starke, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
David Hasan, Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
7:36
Treatment Effect Modification By Extracranial Vascular Disease In Acute
Ischemic Stroke: A Prespecified Subgroup Analysis In Mr Clean. 4
Olvert A Berkhemer, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Aad van der Lugt, Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Intra-arterial Infusion of Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells is Safe
and Enhances Histological Healing in Rabbit Elastase Aneurysms 11
Amin Adibi, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Alim P Mitha, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
7:48
Analysis of Workflow Aad Determinants of Delays in the Escape Randomized
Controlled Trial 5
Bijoy K Menon, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Buenos Aires Experience With Flow Diverter in our First 1000 Patients Safety,
Efficacy and Long Term Follow-up 12
Javier Lundquist, ENERI-Clinica Sagrada Familia, Buenos Aires, Argentina Primary
Pedro Lylyk, ENERI-Clinica Sagrada Familia, Buenos Aires, Argentina 8:00
Patient Selection is a Better Predictor of Good Outcome Than Time to
Reperfusion in Acute Ischemic Stroke 6
Jenny P Tsai, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Maarten G Lansberg, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Wall Shear Stress Associated to Intracranial Aneurysm Wall Inflammation 13
Juan Cebral, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Juhana Frosen, Biomedicum and Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
8:12
Thrace Study: Final Results 7
Serge Bracard, University of Lorraine, Nancy, France
Xavier Ducrocq, Univ of Lorraine, Nancy, France
Size Ratio can be a Strong Predictor for Future Rupture of the Unruptured
Cerebral Aneurysms 14
Akio Morita, Nippon Medical School, Tokyo, Japan
Shinjiro Tominari, Kyoto Univ, Kyoto, Japan
8:24
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
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Wednesday, February 17 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Session Title
Take It to the Limit: Cutting-edge Applications of Technology in the Management
of Cerebrovascular Disease
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
151
Moderator(s)
Thomas Hemmen, MD, PhD, La Jolla, CA
Bart M Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Phoenix, AZ
7:00
How Telehealth Is Disrupting and Transforming the Traditional Models of Care
Delivery for Patients with Cerebrovascular Disease
Lee H Schwamm, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
7:19
Prescribing an APP for Stroke: Patient-provider Interface in the New Age
Steven R Levine, MD, Brooklyn, NY
7:38
Diagnosing Stroke via Point-of-care Testing: Using mRNA to Develop the Stroke
Tricorder?
Frank Sharp, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Sacramento, CA
7:57
Remote Monitoring and Treatment of Patient after Stroke: Transition and
Rehabilitation
Steven C Cramer, MD, Irvine, CA
8:15
Discussion
For changes to the program made since the Final Program went
to print, please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner
located on the ISC Web site at strokeconference.org or the
Mobile Meeting Guide app. To download the app, search “AHA
Events” in the App Store or Google Play.
The Oral Abstracts list the Presenting Author (first) and
the Senior Author (last) of the abstract. For the complete
Author Block of an abstract (including the Conflict of Interest
information), please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner
on the ISC Web site at strokeconference.org, the Mobile Meeting
Guide app, or the ISC abstracts online in the Stroke journal.
The number listed immediately after the abstract’s title is the
abstract’s presentation number.
Category
Cerebral Large Artery Disease
Nursing
Session Title
Cerebral Large Artery Disease Oral Abstracts I
Nursing Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
515 B
152
Moderator(s)
Wolf-Dieter Heiss, MD, Cologne, Germany
Raghu Vemuganti, PhD, Madison, WI
Tamilyn Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, Cincinnati, OH
Janice L Hinkle, RN, PhD, CNRN, FAHA, Washington, DC
7:00
Trends in Performance and Outcomes of Carotid Endarterectomy Among Elderly
Medicare Beneficiaries, 2003-2010 15
Judith H Lichtman, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Thomas G Brott, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
Reducing Readmissions in Stroke Patients With a Structured Nurse Practitioner
(NP)/RN Follow-up Program 22
Christina N Condon, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston Salem, NC
Cheryl Bushnell, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston Salem, NC
7:12
Temporal Changes in Hemodynamics in Patients With Vertebrobasilar Disease:
Results From the Prospective Multicenter VERiTAS Study 16
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Fady T Charbel for the VERiTAS Study Group, Univ of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Feasibility of the Stroke COunseling for Risk REduction (SCORRE) Intervention 23
Dawn M Aycock, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Patricia C Clark, Georgia State Univ, Atlanta, GA
7:24
Remote Ischemic Preconditioning Reduces New Vascular Brain Injury early after
Carotid Artery Stenting: A Randomized Controlled Trial 17
Xunming Ji, Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China
Using a Tele-Presence Platform as a Neuro-ICU Nursing Education Tool: a
Collaboration Between Two Comprehensive Stroke Centers 24
Giuliana LaBella, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Maureen DePrince, Thomas Jefferson Univ Hosp, Philadelphia, PA
7:36
Defining Clinical Presentation, Imaging Findings, and Management of
Intracranial Fibromuscular Dysplasia: a Single Center Experience 18
Russell Cerejo, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH,
Heather L Gornik, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH,
Evidence Based Aspiration Risk Tool: Improving Stroke Care 25
Lynn D Berger, Scripps Health, Encinitas, CA
Ann Marie White, Scripps Health, Encinitas, CA
7:48
Multicenter Prospective Trial of Intracranial Stent Placement in Patients With
Symptomatic High-grade Intracranial Stenosis 19
Peng Gao, Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China
Feng Ling, Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
RACE to Treat Stroke 26
Andrea M Korsnack, University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, OH
Andrea Adams, Univ of Toledo Medical Ctr, Toledo, OH
8:00
Higher Stroke Risk With Lower Blood Pressure in Hemodynamic Vertebrobasilar
Disease: Analysis From the Prospective Multicenter VERiTAS Study 20
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Fady T Charbel for the VERiTAS Study Group, Univ of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
Stroke Camp Offers Emotional and Physical Relief for Stroke Caregivers 27
Maureen Mathews, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, IL
David Wang, OSF Healthcare, Peoria, IL
8:12
Hypo-intensity of MRI Vessel Wall Imaging Indicates Advanced Intracranial
Atherosclerosis With Lipid Core 21
Xiangyan Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
HoKeung Ng, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
A Nursing Swallow Screen is Better Than the National Institutes of Health Stroke
Scale at Predicting Dysphagia 28
Kristen G Cline, Catawba Valley Medical Center, Hickory, NC
Rebecca C Tart, Catawba Valley Medical Ctr, Hickory, NC
8:24
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
— 21 —
Wednesday, February 17 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Pediatric Stroke
Preventive Strategies
Session Title
Pediatric Stroke Oral Abstracts
Preventive Strategies Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
502 B
515 B
Moderator(s)
Stéphane Chabrier, MD, Saint-Etienne, France
Lauren Beslow, MD, Philadelphia, PA
Jennifer L Dearborn, MD, New Haven, CT
Amytis Towfighi, MD, Los Angeles, CA
8:45
Common Thrombophilias are not Associated With Specific Perinatal Stroke
Diseases 29
Adam Kirton, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Mapping and Multilevel Modeling of Climate Change and Air Pollution With Risk
of Stroke in the United States and China: Findings From the Drexel-SARI Low
Carbon and Healthy City Study 36
Longjian Liu, Drexel University School of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA
Mingquan Wang, Shanghai Advanced Res Inst of Chinese Acad of Science, Shanghai,
China
8:57
Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Children With Perinatal Stroke and
Hemiparesis: a Randomized, Controlled Trial 30
Adam Kirton, Alberta Children's Hospital, Calgary, AB, Canada
Michael Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Novel Oral Anticoagulants for the Secondary Prevention of Cerebral Ischemia: A
Network Meta-analysis 37
Georgios Tsivgoulis, University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN
9:09
Incidence of Recurrence in Posterior Circulation Childhood Arterial Ischemic
Stroke: A Prospective Cohort 31
Michael Y Uohara, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Rebecca N Ichord, Children's Hosp of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA Comparison of Gastrointestinal Bleeding Risk Among Different Statin Exposures
With Warfarin: An Electronic Health Record-based Retrospective Cohort Study
38
Jin Soo Lee, Ajou University Sch of Med, Suwon, Korea, Republic of
9:21
Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes Demonstrate Long-term Efficacy of Indirect
Revascularization 20 Years After Surgery for Pediatric Moyamoya 32
Edward R Smith, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
R. Michael Scott, Boston Children's Hosp, Boston, MA
Systematic Review of Radiographic and Symptomatic Brain Infarcts in Carotid
Artery Interventions 39
Sung-Min Cho, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Ken Uchino, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
9:33
Non-invasive Urinary Biomarker Levels Correlate With Preoperative Disease
Status and Predict 1-year Angiographic Outcomes in Pediatric Moyamoya
Patients 33
Edward R Smith, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Mortality Due to Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Stroke Following Left Ventricular
Assist Device 40
Jennifer A Frontera, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH
Nader Moazami, Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Cleveland, OH
9:45
Low SpO2 and Lack of Heparin are Associated With Cardiac Catheterizationrelated Stroke in Children With Congenital Heart Disease 34
Sujatha Parthasarathy, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada
Gabrielle deVeber, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada
Stroke Unit Evaluation of Sleep Apnea: Validity of Screening Tools and Use of a
Portable Sleep Study 41
Hugo J Aparicio, Boston University, Boston, MA
Yelena G Pyatkevich, Boston Univ, Boston, MA
9:57
Transfusion Relieves Cerebral Metabolic Stress in Children with Sickle Cell
Disease 35
Kristin P Guilliams, Washington University in St Louis, St Louis, MO
Andria L Ford, Washington Univ in St Louis, St Louis, MO
N-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Protect Against White Matter Injury via
Suppressing Inflammatory Response After Stroke 42
Wenting Zhang, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Yanqin Gao, Fudan Univ, Shanghai, China
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery
In-hospital Treatment
Session Title
One, Two, Three Steps toward Cell Therapy for Stroke, and in the Future (Debate)
Perioperative Stroke
Session Type
Debate
Invited Symposium
Room
151
515 A
Moderator(s)
David Hess, MD, Augusta, GA
Cesar Borlongan, MA, PhD, Tampa, FL
Timothy J Gardner, MD, FAHA, Newark, DE
Magdy Selim, MD, PhD, FAHA, Bostin, MA
8:45
Clinical Trials for Cell Therapy against Stroke
Steven C Cramer, MD, Orange, CA
9:00
Next STEPS: Further Basic Science Required for Successful Clinical Trials
Paul George, MD, PhD, Stanford, CA
9:15
New Guidelines for Cell Therapy against Stroke in Japan
Hideo Shichinohe, MD, PhD, Sapporo, Japan
9:30
Clinical Studies: How to Take STEPS Forward, Not Backwards
Sean I Savitz, MD, FAHA, Houston, TX
9:45
All Stem Cell Therapies Are Not the Same: Stem Cells 0.5 to Stem Cells 2.0
S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA
10:00
Discussion
Incidence of Stroke Complicating Surgery
Thomas F Floyd, MD, Stony Brook, NY
(9:04) Preoperative Assessment for Stroke Risk
Michael T Mullen, MD, Philadelphia, PA
(9:23) Perioperative Neuroprotection
Steven R Messe, MD, Philadelphia, PA
(9:42) Acute Stroke Interventions following Surgery
David Blacker, MB, BS, FRACP, Nedlands, Australia
Discussion
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
— 22 —
Wednesday, February 17 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Vascular Malformations
Session Title
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Vascular Cognitive Impairment Oral Abstracts
Vascular Malformations Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
152
502 A
Moderator(s)
Maher Saqqur, MD, FRCPC, Edmonton, NM, AB, Canada
Aditya S Pandey, MD, Ann Arbor, MI
Amir Dehdashti, MD, FACS, Manhasset, NY
8:45
Dementia After Spontaneous Intra-cerebral Hemorrhage 43
Solène Moulin, Lille University Hospital, Lille, France
Charlotte Cordonnier, Lille Univ Hosp, Lille, France
Evaluation of Candidate Polymorphisms for Association With Brain Arteriovenous
Malformations and Intracranial Hemorrhage in Hereditary Hemorrhagic
Telangiectasia 50
Ludmila Pawlikowska, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Marie E Faughnan, St. Michael’s Hosp and Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
8:57
Enlarged Perivascular Spaces Correlate With CSF Biomarkers for Abnormal
Blood-brain Barrier Permeability and Neuroinflammation in Patients With
Vascular Cognitive Impairment 44
Laith Maali, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Gary A Rosenberg, Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Peripheral Regulatory T cells and Th17 Cells Is Associated With Pathogenesis of
Moyamoya Disease 51
Leihua Weng, Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital, Nanjing, China
Yun Xu, Nanjing Drum Tower Hosp, Nanjing, China
9:09
Cerebral Microbleeds and Cognitive Function in a Community-based Study 45
Chih-Ping Chung, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
Liang-Kung Chen, Taipei Veterans General Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan
Clinical Impairment in Patients Followed With or Without Interventional Therapy
in a Randomized Trial of Unruptured Brain Avms (aruba) 52
JP Mohr, Neurological Institute, New York, NY
CJM (Karin) Klijn, Univ Medical Ctr, Utrecht, Netherlands
9:21
Adherence to Ideal Cardiovascular Health Guidelines Prevents Stroke and
Preserves Cognitive Function 46
Matthew P Pase, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
Sudha Seshadri, Boston Univ Sch of Med, Boston, MA
Variation in DNA Mismatch Repair Genes Nominally Associated With Severity of
Cerebral Cavernous Malformation Type 1 53
Helen Kim, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
9:33
White Matter Atrophy in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy 47
Panagiotis Fotiadis, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
M Edip Gurol, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Soluble FLT1 Gene Therapy Through Systemic Viral Delivery Reduces the Severity
of Mouse Brain Arteriovenous Malformation 54
Wan Zhu, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Hua Su, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
9:45
Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy in Asymptomatic Community-Dwelling Older
Adults 48
M Edip Gurol, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Keith A Johnson, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Selection and Outcomes of Multimodality Interventional Treatment for
Unruptured Arteriovenous Malformations in a Single Institution 55
Daisuke Maruyama, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Suita, Japan
Jun Takahashi, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
9:57
Cerebral Microbleeds are Associated With Incident Dementia: The Framingham
Heart Study 49
Jose Rafael Romero, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
Sudha Seshadri, Boston Univ Sch of Med, Boston, MA
Plasma Vitamin D and Non-HDL Cholesterol Reflect the Disease Severity of
Cerebral Cavernous Malformation 56
Romuald Girard, University Of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Issam A Awad, Univ Of Chicago, Chicago, IL
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Acute Endovascular Treatment
Session Title
Selecting Ischemic Stroke Patients for Acute Endovascular Therapy: The State of
the Evidence
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
408
Moderator(s)
William J Powers, MD, FAHA, Chapel Hill, NC
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
8:45
Stroke Severity: How Low Should We Go?
Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
9:00
Age: How High Can We Climb?
Kennedy R Lees, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
9:15
Imaging: How Much Do We Need to See?
Albert J Yoo, MD, Plano, TX
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the Senior Author (last) of the abstract. For the complete
Author Block of an abstract (including the Conflict of Interest
information), please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner
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9:30
Time: When Is It Getting Too Late?
Tudor G Jovin, MD, Pittsburgh, PA
The number listed immediately after the abstract’s title is the
abstract’s presentation number.
9:45
Occlusion Site: Which One Should We Treat?
Raul G Nogueira, MD, Atlanta, GA
10:00
Discussion
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Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
— 23 —
Wednesday, February 17 (10:30 am – 12 Noon)
Plenary Session
Session Title
Plenary Session I
Session Type
Plenary
Room
Hall K
Moderator(s)
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, FAHA Charleston, SC
10:30
Welcome and Introduction of the AHA President
Nancy Brown, Dallas, TX
10:35
AHA Presidential Address
Mark A Creager, MD, FAHA, Lebanon, NH
10:50
ISC Program Chair Welcome
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
10:57
Introduction of the William M Feinberg Award
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
11:00
William M Feinberg Award for Excellence in Clinical Stroke: High Explosive Treatment for Ultra-Acute Stroke: Hype or Hope
Philip M Bath, BSc, MB, BS, MD, FRCPath, FRCP, FESC, Nottingham, United Kingdom
11:20
Main Results of the Insulin Resistance Intervention After Stroke (IRIS) Trial LB1
Walter N Kernan, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
Lawrence H Young, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
11:32
Finding Atrial Fibrillation In Stroke Patients - A Multicenter Randomised Evaluation Of Enhanced And Prolonged Holter Monitoring (Find-AFrandomised- Trial) LB2
Rolf Wachter, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany
Mark Weber-Krüger, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany
11:44
Randomized Trial of Stent versus Surgery for Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis: Initial and Five-year Results of the ACT I Trial LB25
Lawrence R Wechsler, Univ of Pitts, School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
on behalf of the ACT I Investigators
11:54
Closing Remarks
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
Short Break (12 Noon – 12:10 PM)
Wednesday, February 17 (12:10 pm – 1:30 pm)
Session Title
Fellow and Early Career Luncheon: Developing
Successful Career Paths in Stroke
Nursing and Rehabilitation Professionals Luncheon
Room
403 B (Ticket required; seating is limited.)
Petree Hall C (Ticket required; seating is limited.)
Moderator(s)
Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN,
Stroudsburg, PA
Dorothy F Edwards, PhD, Madison, WI
12:10
Introduction
Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
12:15
Walking the Path of a Stroke Clinical Trialist
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
12:30
Walking the Path of a Stroke Epidemiologist
Lewis B Morgenstern, MD, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
12:45
Walking the Path of a Stroke Interventionalist
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, Iowa City, IA
1:00
Walking the Path of a Stroke Clinical Director
Isaac E Silverman, MD, FAHA, Hartford, CT Primary
1:15
Discussion
Introduction
Claranne P Mathiesen, MSN, BSN, RN, CNRN,
Stroudsburg, PA
(12:20) Improving Outcomes and Community
Participation Post-Stroke
Joan C Breen, MD, Bradford, MA
Jeanne Andrusin, APRN, Bradford, MA
(1:05) Discussion
— 24 —
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)
Lunch Break
Hall J
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— 25 —
Wednesday, February 17 (1:30 pm – 3:00 pm)
Category
Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Community/Risk Factors
Session Title
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Clinical Dilemmas in Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Stroke Genetics: Influence on Clinical Practice
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
515 A
151
Moderator(s)
Eric E Smith, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada
Leonardo Pantoni, MD, PhD, Florence, Italy
Arne Lindgren, MD, PhD, Lund, Sweden
Jennifer Juhl Majersik, MD, Salt Lake City, UT
1:30
Thrombolysis in Dementia Patients with Acute Stroke: Is It Justified?
Maurizio Paciaroni, MD, Perugia, Italy
Monogenic Disorders Related to Stroke
John Cole, MD, MS, Baltimore, MD
1:49
Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors for Post-stroke Dementia: Do They Help?
Sandra E Black, MD, FAHA, Toronto, ON, Canada
Results from GWAS Studies of Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke
Jonathan Rosand, MD, MSc, Boston/Cambridge, MA
2:08
Preventing Stroke Recurrence: Will We Prevent Dementia, Too?
Oscar Benavente, MD, FRCPC, Vancouver, BC, Canada
New Methods following GWAS Studies of Stroke
Hugh Markus, DM, FRCP, Cambridge, UK
2:27
Cognitive Impairment after TIA and Minor Stroke: How to Measure It, and Why
Should We Care?
Ken Butcher, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Pharmacogenomics in Stroke
Guillaume Pare, MD, MSc, Hamilton, ON, Canada
2:45
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Acute Neuroimaging
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery
Session Title
Acute Neuroimaging Oral Abstracts I
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery Oral Abstracts I
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
515 B
502 A
Moderator(s)
Martin Köhrmann, MD, Erlangen, Germany
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
Justin Fraser, MD, Lexington, KY
Lauren Sansing, MD, MS, New Haven, CT
1:30
Main Results of the CTP to Predict Response to Recanalization in Ischemic
Stroke Project (CRISP) 57
Maarten G Lansberg, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Gregory W Albers, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Perlecan LG3 is Neuroprotective When Administered Intra-arterially After
Experimental Ischemic Stroke 64
Kathleen Salmeron, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Gregory Bix, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
1:42
Ultra early CT-Perfusion May Overestimate Initial Infarct Core. The Ghost Infarct
Core Concept 58
Sandra Boned, Vall d'Hebron Hospital, Barcelona, Spain
Marc Ribó, Vall d'Hebron Hosp, Barcelona, Spain
Restoration of Growth Differentiation Factor 11 Protects Against Stroke in Mice
65
Anjali Chauhan, Univ of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT
Louise D McCullough, Univ of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT
1:54
Extending the Time for Thombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits (EXTEND)
- High Prevalence of Intracranial Vessel Occlusion in Wake-up-stroke Patients 59
Henry Ma, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institutes, Melbourne,
Australia
Geoffrey A Donnan, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Res Insts, Melbourne, Australia
Endothelial α5β1 Integrin is Acutely Upregulated and Destabilizes the Bloodbrain Barrier After Stroke 66
Danielle Edwards, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Greg J Bix, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
2:06
Multiphase versus Single Phase CT Angiography for Detection of Distal
Intracranial Occlusion 60
Bijoy Menon, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Novel and Safe Oxygen Carrier Prevents Brain Damage After Focal Ischemia and
Improves Functional Outcomes 67
Natacha Le Moan, Omniox Inc, San Carlos, CA
2:18
MR Perfusion to Determine the Status of Collaterals in Patients With Acute
Ischemic Stroke: Look Beyond Perfusion Time-maps 61
Kambiz Nael, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Thomas Naidich, Icahn Sch of Med at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Exosomes from Rhesus Monkey MSCs Promote Neuronal Growth and
Myelination 68
Benjamin Buller, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
Zhenggang Zhang, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI
2:30
Extending the Time for Thombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits (EXTEND)
- Penumbral Patterns Among Patients 4.5-9 Hrs and Wake - Up Stroke 62
Henry Ma, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Institutes, Melbourne, Australia
Geoffrey A Donnan, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Insts, Melbourne, Australia
Cerebellar Dentate Nucleus is an Effective Brain Stimulation Target for Poststroke Recovery 69
Shunsuke Ishizaka, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Gary K Steinberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
2:42
Novel Imaging of Protein Integrity to Better Define Ischemic Injury After Stroke
63
George Harston, Univ of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
James Kennedy, Univ of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
Neurogenesis in the Pediatric Brain Following Ischemic Stroke: a Potential Target
for Endogenous Regeneration and Repair 70
Krista M Rodgers, Univ of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
Paco S Herson, Univ of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
2:54
Discussion
Discussion
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)/Break, Hall J (3:00 pm – 3:30 pm)
Case Study: TBD
Science and Technology Hall, Booth 445, Product Theater
— 26 —
Wednesday, February 17 (1:30 pm – 3:00 pm)
Category
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Session Title
Towards Definitive Medical Therapies for Intracerebral Hemorrhage (an AHA/
ASA and Stroke Society of Australasia Joint Session)
Session Type
Invited Symposium
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Room
152
Moderator(s)
Kevin Cockroft, MD, MSc, FACS, Hershey, PA
Stephen M Davis, MD, FRCP, Edin FRACP, FAHA, Melbourne, Australia
1:30
Hematoma Volume and Expansion as Therapeutic Opportunites
Atte Meretoja, MD, Melbourne, Australia
1:52
Anticoagulant Reversal in ICH
Hagen Huttner, MD, Erlangen, Germany
2:14
BP Management in Acute ICH
Craig Anderson, MD, PhD, Sydney NSW, Australia
2:37
Management of Seizures, DVT and Other Complications of ICH
Carlos A Molina, MD, Barcelona, Spain
Category
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery
Emergency Care/Systems
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the Senior Author (last) of the abstract. For the complete
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information), please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner
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The number listed immediately after the abstract’s title is the
abstract’s presentation number.
Session Title
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Oral Abstracts I
Emergency Care/Systems Oral Abstracts I
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
502 B
408
Moderator(s)
Richard Zorowitz, MD, Washington, DC
Prasanthi Govindarajan, MD, Stanford, CA
1:30
Final Results of the B01-02 Phase 2 Trial Testing the Safety and Efficacy of
MultiStem® in Treatment of Ischemic Stroke 71
David C Hess, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA
Robert W Mays, Athersys, Inc, Cleveland, OH
Pre-hospital Rapid Neurological Improvement in Acute Stroke Syndromes:
Frequency and Clinical Outcomes 78
Clotilde Balucani, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
1:42
A Novel VLSM-CST Lesion Load Model is a Superior Predictor of Motor Outcomes
of Acute Stroke Patients 72
Gottfried Schlaug, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Ctr/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Pre-hospital Diagnosis in Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit 79
Rsmnath Santosh Ramanathan, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Ken Uchino, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
1:54
Improvement of Arm Function Following Intensive Rehabilitation in Chronic
Stroke Correlates With Increase in Fractional Anisotropy in Major White Matter
Tracts 73
Svetlana Pundik, Cleveland VA Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University,
Cleveland, OH
Janis J Daly, Gainesville VA Medical Ctr and Coll of Med, Gainesville, OH
Drive-Time Proximity to Certified Stroke Centers in California, 2015 80
David J Reynen, California Department of Public Health, Sacramento, CA
Janet Bates, California Dept of Public Health, Sacramento, CA
2:06
An Update on Meta-analysis of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Poststroke Motor Recovery 74
Pratik Y Chhatbar, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Wuwei Feng, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Safety and Efficacy of Intravenous Thrombolysis in Telestroke Networks: a
Systematic Review and Meta-analysis 81
Kristian Barlinn, Univ Hosp Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Jochen Schmitt, Univ Hosp Dresden, Dresden, Germany
2:18
Effects of Physical Exercise Following Ischemic Stroke: Too Early is not a Good
Thing 75
Hajra M Khan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI
Yuchuan Ding, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI
Prehospital Enrollment Reduces Race-ethnic Disparities in Enrollment in Acute
Stroke Treatment Trials 82
Lindsey Frischmann, UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Jeffrey L Saver, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
2:30
Exploring Efficacy and Safety of Very Early Mobilization Within 24 Hours of
Stroke Onset Versus Usual Stroke Unit Care (A Very Early Rehabilitation Trial,
AVERT): Pre-specified Subgroup Analysis 76
Julie Bernhardt, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Heidelberg,
Australia
Geoffrey A Donnan, Florey Inst of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Parkville, Australia
Field Validation of Prehospital LAMS Score to Identify Large Vessel Occlusion
Ischemic Stroke Patients for Direct Routing to Emergency Neuroendovascular
Centers 83
Alireza Noorian, UCLA Stroke Center, Los Angeles, CA
Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
2:42
2:54
The EQUITe Telestroke Study 84
Nina Solenski, University VA Hlth System, Charlottesville, VA
Katharine Wibberly, Univ VA Hlth System, Charlottesville, VA
TBD
Discussion
Discussion
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)/Break, Hall J (3:00 pm – 3:30 pm)
Case Study: TBD
Science and Technology Hall, Booth 445, Product Theater
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Wednesday, February 17 (3:30 pm – 5:00 pm)
Category
Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Experimental Mechanisms and Models
Session Title
VCI Mini-Symposium:
Assessment of Cognition in Stroke Units
Improving Reperfusion Therapy in the Era of Endovascular Treatment
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
515 A
151
Moderator(s)
Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Sandra E Black, MD, FAHA, Toronto, ON, Canada
Tavarekere N Nagaraja, PhD, Detroit, MI
Gary A Rosenberg, MD, Albuquerque, NM
3:30
Introduction
Sandra E Black, MD, FAHA, Toronto, ON, Canada
3:37
Implementation of Guidelines Concerning Cognition in Stroke Units and Stroke
Patients
Philip B Gorelick, MD, MPH, Grand Rapids, MI
3:54
Tools for Assessing Cognition in Acute Stroke Patients
Christopher Chen, MD, Singapore, Singapore
Tight Junctions in Ischemia Reperfusion
Philip A Barber, MBBCh, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada
(3:49) Selective Neuronal Loss and Microglial Activation after Short-term
Reperfusion: New Therapeutic Targets?
Jean-Claude Baron, MD, FRCP, FMedSci, Cambridge, United Kingdom
(4:08) Targeting Brain Arterioles for Improved Stroke Treatment Efficacy
Marilyn Cipolla, PhD, MS, FAHA, Burlington, VT
4:11
Influence of Cognitive Decline on Functional Outcome after Stroke
Prudence Plummer, PhD, PT, Chapel Hill, NC
4.28
Definition and Criteria for the Diagnosis of Vascular Mild Cognitive Impairment in
Post-stroke Patients
Anna Poggesi, MD, PhD, Florence, Italy
4:45
Discussion
(4:27) Can Vascular Protection Enhance the Efficacy of Endovascular
Intervention? Clues from Clinical Trials
Susan C Fagan, PharmD, FAHA, Augusta, GA
Discussion
Category
Community/Risk Factors
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology
Session Title
Community/Risk Factors Oral Abstracts I
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Oral Abstracts I
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
152
515 B
Moderator(s)
Valeria Caso, PhD, MD, FESO, Perugia, Italy
Peter Rothwell, MD, PhD, FRCP, Oxford, United Kingdom
Michael Sharma, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Hamilton, ON, Canada
David Thaler, PhD, Jamaica Plain, MA
3:30
Small Vessel Disease and Stroke During Sleep 85
Arne Lauer, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Edip M Gurol, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Cerebral Microbleeds in Transient Ischemic Attack and Minor Cerebrovascular
Events 92
Charlotte Zerna, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Eric Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
3:42
Hemorrhagic Complications Associated With New Oral Anticoagulant Use for
Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation Patients: The Impact of Combination
Treatment With Clopidogrel 86
Kimon Bekelis, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
Nancy Morden, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Ctr, Lebanon, NH
MR Black-Blood Thrombus Imaging (BTI) for the Early Detection and
Quantification of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis 93
Qi Yang, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
Debiao Li, Cedars Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
3:54
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Risk of Intracerebral Hemorrhage
87
Ahmed Z Obeidat, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
Matthew L Flaherty, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
Increased P450 Aromatase Level in Post-menopausal Women After an Acute
Ischemic Stroke 94
Meaghan Roy-O'Reilly, University of Connecticut Health Center, Hartford, CT
Louise D McCullough, Univ of Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
4:06
Social Inequalities in Stroke Mortality, Incidence and Case-fatality in Europe. 88
Marco M Ferrario, Università dell'Insubria, Varese, Italy
Giancarlo Cesana, Univ degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Monza, Italy
MRI Description of an Adult Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System in
the French COVAC Cohort 95
Gregoire Boulouis, Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne, Paris, France
Olivier Naggara, Ctr Hospier Sainte Anne, Paris, France
4:18
Trends in Long-term Case-mortality After Stroke From the International Stroke
Outcomes Study (INSTRUCT): An Individual Participant Data Meta-analysis of
Incident Strokes 89
Seana Gall, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
Mathew Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI
Neuroimaging Markers of Small Vessel Disease Differ Between Types of Recent
Small Subcortical Infarcts 96
Ethem Murat Arsava, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey
Mehmet Akif Topcuoglu, Hacettepe Univ Faculty of Med, Ankara, Turkey
4:30
Cerebral Microbleeds in CADASIL: Influence of APOE Genotype and Hypertension
90
Jungseok Lee, Jeju National University College of Medicine, UC Irvine, Irvine, CA
Mark Fisher, UC Irvine, Irvine, CA
Association between Non-Stenosing Carotid Artery Plaque and Acute Ischemic
Stroke 97
Ajay Gupta, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
4:42
Small Perivascular Spaces as Vascular Risk Factors 91
Jose Gutierrez, Neurological Institute, New York, NY
Clinton Wright, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL
Bilateral Carotid Intraplaque Hemorrhage Association With Simultaneous
Bilateral Stroke 98
Michael McLaughlin Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Joseph S McNally, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
4:54
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (5:00 pm – 5:15 pm)
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Wednesday, February 17 (3:30 pm – 5:00 pm)
Category
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Emergency Care/Systems
Session Title
Surgical Interventions in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
The Nuts and Bolts of Organizing a Telestroke Network
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
502 B
Moderator(s)
Daniel F Hanley, MD, FAHA, Baltimore, MD
David Mendelow, MBBCh, PhD, FRCS, Newcastle, United Kingdom
Jeffrey Switzer, DO, MCTS, Augusta, GA
Jennifer Juhl Majersik, MD, Salt Lake City, UT
3:30
Surgery for ICH: Latest Evidence and Devices
Andrew Carlson, MD, Albuquerque, NM
Organizing Hubs and Spokes
Karin Nystrom, MSN, APRN, New Haven, CT
3:49
Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques: Patient and Technique Selection
Neil A Martin, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Quality and Outcomes Reporting in Telestroke Networks
Lawrence R Wechsler, MD, Pittsburgh, PA
4:08
White Matter Preservation and ICH Surgery
Paul Vespa, MD, Los Angeles, CA
The Economics of Telestroke
Chris Fanale, MD, BS, Englewood, CO
4:27
Evacuation of Intraventricular Hemorrhage by External Ventriculostomy Drainage
Issam A Awad, MD, MSc, FACS, MA (hon), Chicago, IL
Legal, Licensing and Credentialing Considerations
Bart M Demaerschalk, MD, FAHA, FRCPC, Phoenix, AZ
4:45
Discussion
Discussion
Session Title
Junior Investigator Session
Late-Breaking Science Oral Abstracts I
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Abstract
Room
153
408
Moderator(s)
Lewis B Morgenstern, MD, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
Jonathan Rosand, Boston, MD, MSc, MA
TBD
3:30
Risk Factors for Vascular Depressive Disorder among Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Survivors
Alessandro Biffi, MD, Boston, MA
3:35
Discussant
3:40
Q&A
3:48
Fluoxetine for motor recovery after acute intracerebral hemorrhage (FMRICH)
study Juan Maniel Marques-Romero, MD, Aguascalientes Mexico, Mexico
(3:42) ICTuS-2 Final Results LB4
Patrick Lyden, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
James C Grotta, Memorial Herman Health Care System, Houston, TX
3:53
Discussant
3:58
Q&A
(3:54) High-dose Statin Therapy After Acute Ischemic Stroke: The Phase 2
Neuroprotection with Statin Therapy for Acute Recovery Trial (NeuSTART) LB5
Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia University, New York, NY
Ken Cheung, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
4:06
An LMIC based Stroke Caregiver Support Program
Ambreen A Gowani, MA, Karachi, Pakistan
Category
ARTSS-2: Final Results of a Pilot, Phase IIb, Randomized, Multi-center Trial of
Argatroban in Combination With Recombinant Tissue Plasminogen Activator for
Acute Stroke LB3
Andrew Barreto, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX
James C Grotta, Clinical Innovation and Res Inst, Houston, TX
(4:06) TGAMES (Glyburide Advantage in Malignant Edema and Stroke) RP: A
Phase II Study Toward Preventing Edema After Ischemia LB6
Kevin N Sheth, Yale University, New Haven, CT
W Taylor Kimberly, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
4:11
Discussant
4:16
Q&A
4:24
Role of the LRRK2-regulated Hematoma Clearance by Microglia after ICH Bo Ma, MD, Gainesville, FL
4:29
Discussant
4:34
Q&A
4:42
Lifestyle Factors and Risk of Stroke: Understanding Biology through Refined
Phenotyping and Genetics Hugo J Aparicio, MD, Boston, MA
4:47
Discussant
4:52
Q&A
(4:18) Time is Brain in Endovascular Thrombectomy: Results From Individual
Patient Pooled Data Analysis of Mr Clean, Escape, Extend IA, Swift Prime and
Revascat LB7
Michael D Hill, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
(4:30) Virtual Reality in Stroke Rehabilitation: Results From EVREST Multicenter
Trial LB8
Gustavo Saposnik, St Michael's Hospital, Uni of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Mark Bailey, Toronto Rehabilitation Inst, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
(4:42) TResults of the Pragmatic Ischaemic Thrombectomy Evaluation (PISTE)
Trial LB9
Keith W Muir, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Ian Ford, Univ of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
(4:54) Discussion
Short Break (5:00 pm – 5:15 pm)
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5:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Poster Sessions
Poster Hall, Hall H
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Professor-Led Poster Tours by Category:
Brief Presentation and Moderated Q&A with Poster Presenters
Moderated Posters WMP1 – WMP120; see pg 50 in the Poster Abstract index for
a complete listing of all the posters in the Wednesday Professor-Led Poster Tour
session.
6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Regular Poster Session:
One-on-One Time for an Individual Q&A with Poster Presenters
These posters are not included in the 5:15 Professor-Led Poster Tour Session
above.
Posters WP1 – WP439; see pg 57 in the Poster Abstract index for a complete listing
of all the posters in this Wednesday session.
Late-Breaking Science Posters LBP1 – LBP8; see pg 79 in the Poster Abstract index
for a complete listing of all the Late-Breaking Science posters in this Wednesday
session.
FAHAs and other stroke leaders – please be sure to show your support for young
investigators and attend the poster sessions.
6:45 pm – 7:30 pm
Stroke Council Annual Business Meeting
Poster Hall, Hall H, Lounge Area
All Stroke Council Members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
The Stroke Council will hold its Annual Business Meeting on Wednesday, February
17 from 6:45 pm – 7:30 pm in the Los Angeles Convention Center, Poster Hall, Hall
H in the Lounge Area. Remain in the Poster Hall after the poster sessions to enjoy
refreshments, hear the latest council news, and network with your peers.
Stroke Council Chair: Colin P Derdeyn, MD, FAHA
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THURSDAY, FEB. 18
THURSDAY, FEB. 18
What’s at the heart
of a cryptogenic stroke?
Diagnosing the cause of a cryptogenic stroke can be challenging.
Exploring all options gives you the best chance to find a cause
and reduce the risk of a recurrent stroke for your patients.
F I N D H E L P F U L R E S O U R C E S AT:
www.StrokeAssociation.org/cs
©2015, American Heart Association 11/15DS9897
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Thursday, February 18 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease
Preventive Strategies
Session Title
Advances in Cerebrovascular Biology
Nutrition to Prevent Further Brain Injury after Stroke
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
502 B
Moderator(s)
Marilyn Cipolla, PhD, MS, FAHA, Burlington, VT
Jialing Liu, PhD, San Francisco, CA
Ayesha Sherzai, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Claudia Moy, PhD, Bethesda, MD
7:00
Cerebral Hemodynamics, Collaterals and Stroke Evolution
David S Liebeskind, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Los Angeles, CA
Should Obese Stroke Patients be Advised to Lose Weight?
(7:15) Sodium, Potassium, and Health after Stroke
Jennifer L Dearborn, MD, MPH, New Haven, CT
7:19
Insufficiency of the Collateral Circulation: Genetics and Environment
James E Faber, PhD, Chapel Hill, NC
7:38
In Vivo Imaging of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
Sava Sakadzic, PhD, Charlestown, MA
7:57
Angiogenesis and Neuroplasticity in Stroke Recovery
Christoph Harms, MD, Berlin, Germany
8:15
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Cerebral Large Artery Disease
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery
(7:30) Foods That Are Good or Bad for the Brain
J David Spence, MD, London, ON, Canada
(7:45) Mediterranean Diet for Secondary Stroke Prevention
Suzanne E Judd, PhD, Birmingham, AL
(8:00) A Neurologist’s Approach to Facilitating Behavior Change after Stroke
Amytis Towfighi, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Session Title
Cerebral Large Artery Disease Oral Abstracts II
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Oral Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
515 B
515 A
Moderator(s)
Brain Hoh, MD, Gainesville, FL
J Mocco, MD, New York, NY
Richard L Harvey, MD, Chicago, IL
Svetlana Pundik, MD, MS, Cleveland, OH
7:00
Computational Fluid Dynamics of CT Angiography in SAMMPRIS Reveal Blood
Flow and Vessel Interactions in Middle Cerebral Artery Stenoses 99
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core, Los Angeles, CA
Edward Feldmann, Tufts Univ Sch of Med, Springfield, MA
A Simple Screening Tool to Identify Stroke or TIA Patients With Moderate or
Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea: The CHA2TS2 Score 106
Srikant Rangaraju, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Fadi Nahab, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
7:12
Extracranial Vertebral Artery Atherosclerotic Disease in Patients With
Symptomatic Stenosis of the Internal Carotid Artery. The North American
Symptomatic Carotid Endarterectomy Trial 100
Muhammad Shah Miran, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Institute, St Cloud, MN
M Fareed K Suri, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Dextromethorphan/Quinidine for Treatment of Pseudobulbar Affect Secondary to
Stroke: Results from the PRISM-II Study 107
Richard Zorowitz, MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Washington, DC
Joao Siffert, Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc, Aliso Viejo, CA
7:24
Repeat Bypass Surgery for Moyamoya Disease Refractory to Previous Surgery
101
Satoshi Kuroda, University of Toyama, Toyama, Japan
Naoya Kuwayama, Univ of Toyama, Toyama, Japan
Women and Minorities Have Lower Patient-reported Functional Status 3 Months
Post-stroke 108
Cheryl Bushnell, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC
Sabina Gesell, Wake Forest Sch of Med, Winston Salem, NC
7:36
Carotid Endarterectomy versus Stenting in Patients on Chronic Hemodialysis
102
Mahmoud B Malas, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD
The Long-Term Risk of Seizures After Stroke 109
Alexander E Merkler, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
7:48
Infarct Patterns in the Anterior Circulation as Predictors of Recurrent Stroke in
the Medical Arm of SAMMPRIS 103
Ashley M Wabnitz, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Marc I Chimowitz, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
A Multicenter, Double Blind Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy of Escitalopram for
the Prevention of Poststroke Emotional Disturbances, and for Improvement of
Neurologic, Cognitive Function and Quality of Life (emotion) 110
Jong S Kim, University of Ulsan, Asan Medical Center, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Smi Choi-Kwon, Seoul Natl Univ, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
8:00
The Field Assessment Stroke Triage for Emergency Destination (FAST-ED):
a Simple and Accurate Pre-hospital Scale to Detect Large Vessel Occlusion
Strokes 104
Fabricio O Lima, UNIFOR, Fortaleza, Brazil
Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Factors Associated With New-onset Depression Following Ischemic Stroke:
Results From the Women’s Health Initiative 111
Joel Salinas, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Erin C Dunn, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
8:12
Collateral Blood Flow and Inflammatory Markers in Intracranial Atherosclerosis:
Angiography and Biomarker Correlates in the BIOSIS and SAMMPRIS Trials 105
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core, Los Angeles, CA
Michael Frankel, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Predicting REcovery Potential of Upper Limb Function After Stroke to Increase
Rehabilitation Efficiency 112
Cathy M Stinear, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Henrietta Lee, Univ of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
8:24
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
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Thursday, February 18 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment
Session Title
State-of-the-Art: Advances in Acute Stroke Management
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
408
Moderator(s)
Sheila Martins, MD, PhD, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Brian Silver, MD, Providence, RI
7:00
Advances in Neuroimaging: How to Effectively Identify the Best Candidates?
Andrew M Demchuk, MD, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
7:19
New Thrombolytic Agents: What, How, and Whom? (A Patient-centered
Approach)
Edward C Jauch, MD, MS, FAHA, FACEP, Charleston, SC
7:38
Advances in Medical Management: Glucose, Hypothermia, Hypertension and
Oxygen
Charlotte Cordonnier, MD, Lille, France
7:57
Decision-making in Acute Stroke Care: Lessons Learned from Neuroeconomics
and Poker Players
Gustavo Saposnik, MD, MSc, FAHA, FRCPC, Toronto, ON, Canada
8:15
Discussion
Category
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Session Title
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes Oral
Abstracts I
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Oral Abstracts I
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
151
152
Moderator(s)
Nerses Sanossian, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Bart M Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Phoenix, AZ
Daniel Woo, MD, MS, Cincinnati, OH
Eric E Smith, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada
7:00
Kentucky SEQIP Statewide Collaboration Improves TPA Administration Rates and
Decreases Door to Needle Times 113
Kari D Moore, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Starr Block, American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Louisville, KY
Cortical Superficial Siderosis in Community-dwelling Subjects: The Framingham
Heart and Rotterdam Studies 120
Ashkan Shoamanesh, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Meike W Vernooij, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, Netherlands
7:12
Equitable Improvements in Sex and Race/Ethnic Specific Door-to-Needle Times
in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Findings From Target: Stroke Phase I 114
Gregg C Fonarow, UCLA Med Cntr, Los Angeles, CA
Lee H Schwamm, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
Mechanisms of Cortical Superficial Siderosis in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy
121
Andreas Charidimou, Massachusetts General Hospital Stroke Research Center,
Boston, MA
M Edip Gurol, Massachusetts General Hosp Stroke Res Ctr, Boston, MA
7:24
Improving Door-to-Needle Times in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Interim Findings
From Target: Stroke Phase II 115
Gregg C Fonarow, UCLA Med Cntr, Los Angeles, CA
Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Cortical Superficial Siderosis is a Predictor of Early Recurrent Intracerebral
Hemorrhage in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy 122
Duangnapa Roongpiboonsopit, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Anand Viswanathan, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
7:36
Impact of Cerebral White Matter Disease Burden on the Critical Infarct Volume
Predicting a Good 90-day Outcome 116
Jatinder S Patti, University of Massachhusetts Medical Center, Worcester, MA
Nils Henninger, Univ of Massachhusetts Medical Ctr, Worcester, MAI
Correlation of Cerebral Microbleeds Distribution to Amyloid Burden in Patients
With Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage 123
Hsin-Hsi Tsai, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
Jiann-Shing Jeng, Natl Taiwan Univ Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan
7:48
A Province-wide Triaging System Improves Mortality After Transient Ischemic
Attacks: The Alberta Stroke Prevention in TIAs and Mild Strokes (ASPIRE)
Interventions 117
Amy Ying Xin Yu, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Shelagh B Coutts, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Progression of Brain Network Alterations in Patients With Cerebral
Amyloid Angiopathy 124
Yael D Reijmer, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Steven M Greenberg, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
8:00
External Validation of the TeleStroke Mimic (TM) Score for Predicting Stroke
Mimics Evaluated During Telestroke 118
Syed F Ali, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Subacute Decline in Serum Cholesterol Precedes the Occurrence of Primary
Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Results From a Longitudinal Study 125
Chia-Ling Phuah, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Christopher D Anderson, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
8:12
Can CREST Procedural Results be Reproduced in General Practice in Post CREST
Era?: Analysis of National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP)
Registry 119
Vishal B Jani, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Importance of Untreated Hypertension for Intracerebral Hemorrhage 126
Opeolu Adeoye, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
8:24
Discussion
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Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
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Thursday, February 18 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery
Community/Risk Factors
Session Title
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery Oral Abstracts II
Community/Risk Factors Oral Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
515 B
152
Moderator(s)
Masafumi Ihara, MD, PhD, Osaka, Japan
Sunghee Cho, PhD, White Plains, NY
Steven Kittner, MD, MPH, Baltimore, MD
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
8:45
Class IIa Histone Deacetylases Are Essential for Neuronal Remodeling and
Functional Recovery After Stroke 127
Amjad Shehadah, NIH/NINDS, Bethesda, MD
Zheng Gang Zhang, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation and the Short-term Risk of Ischemic Stroke 134
Gino Gialdini, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
8:57
Human Tau Protects Ischemic Brain Injury 128
Xuefang Ren, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
James W Simpkins, West Virginia Univ, Morgantown, WV
Heart Failure and the Risk of Ischemic Stroke Recurrence: A Systematic Review
and Meta-analysis 135
Georgios Tsivgoulis, University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN
9:09
Optogenetic Inhibition of Striatal Neurons Improves the Survival of Implanted
Neural Stem Cell and Neurological Outcomes After Ischemic Stroke 129
Yongting Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
Stroke Incidence in the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky Stroke Study is
Decreasing Significantly in Men but Not Women 136
Tracy E Madsen, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI
Dawn Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
9:21
Induced Neural Stem Cell Treated Stroke Pigs Show Improved White Matter
Integrity and Brain Metabolism Post-ischemic Stroke 130
Franklin D West, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Hui Mao, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Nationwide Inpatient
Sample Study 137
Kavelin Rumalla, Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO
Manoj K Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
9:33
Effect of Fetal Alcohol Exposure on Stroke Severity and Blood Flow in Adult Mice
131
Shameena Bake, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Bryan, TX
Farida Sohrabji, Texas A&M Health Science Ctr, Bryan, TX
Dolichoectasia of the Basilar Artery is Associated With Cerebral Small Vessel
Disease and Microbleeds in Young TIA and Ischemic Stroke Patients 138
Vincent Thijs, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Heidelberg, Australia
Christian Enzinger, Medical Univ of Graz, Graz, Austria
9:45
Chronic Optogenetic Stimulation of Thalamocortical Projections Promotes
Axonal Rewiring and Accelerates Recovery of Function After Somatosensory
Cortex Stroke 132
Kelly Tennant, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada
Relative Improvements in Country-level Measures of Stroke Mortality, Incidence,
and Disability From 1990 to 2010 are Associated With Higher Baseline Gross
National Income Per Capita 139
Anthony S Kim, UC San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
9:57
Donor Age Drastically Affects Structural and Functional Recovery After Cell
Therapy Following Ischemic Stroke 133
Susumu Yamaguchi, Nagasaki Harbor Medical Center City Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan
Takayuki Matsuo, Nagasaki Univ, Nagasaki, Japan
Incidence of Stroke in and Around Pregnancy: A UK Population-based Cohort
Study 140
Nikola Sprigg, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Laila J Tata, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Acute Neuroimaging
Emergency Care/Systems
Session Title
KOL Neuroimaging Session (an American Heart/American Stroke Association and
European Stroke Organisation Joint Session)
Regional Pre-hospital Triage and Treatment of Stroke Patients in the New Era of
Endovascular Therapy
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
151
408
Moderator(s)
Tudor G Jovin, MD, Pittsburgh, PA
Peter D Schellinger, MD, PhD, FESO, FAHA, Minden, Germany
Claus Z Simonsen, MD, PhD, Aarhus, Denmark
Shyam Prabhakaran, MD, MS, Chicago, IL
Phillip Scott, MD, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
8:45
Introduction
Peter D Schellinger, MD, PhD, FESO, FAHA, Minden, Germany
8:47
MRI for Imaging Salvageable Tissue: SIMPLY THE BEST
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
8:57
CTP Core and Penumbra: WAY TO GO!
Bruce Campbell, MBBS, PhD, Parkville, Australia
9:07
CTA Occlusion, Collaterals and Speed Count: FAST and DIRTY!
Michael D Hill, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
9:17
At the End, the One Third MCA Rule Rules: FASTER and DIRTIER!
Joseph Broderick, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
9:27
Does IV rt-PA Lose against Time or Control? IT’S BOTH LACK OF EFFECT AND
CONTROLS!
Kennedy R Lees, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
9:37
Tissue Imaging in the Angio Suite: BACK TO THE FUTURE
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, Iowa City, IA
9:47
Perspective and Treatment Effects and Trade-offs: WHAT IS THE BEST DEAL?
Werner Hacke, MD, PhD, FAHA FESO, Heidelberg, Germany
9:57
Discussion
(8:45) Learning from Other Diseases: Triage Models of Trauma and Acute MI
Jason T McMullan, MD, Cincinnati, OH
(9:04) Clinical Recognition and Triage of Severe Stroke by EMS Personnel:
Measurement Scales and Potential Approaches
Brian S Katz, MD, Cincinnati, OH
(9:23) Models of Regional Pre-hospital and Between-hospital Triage of Stroke
Patients
Andrew W Asimos, MD, Charlotte, NC
(9:42) CT/CTA and Telemedicine Technology in the Pre-hospital Setting: Promise
and Challenges
Heinrich J Audebert, MD, Berlin, Germany
(10:00) Discussion
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
Thursday, February 18 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Experimental Mechanisms and Models
In-hospital Treatment
Session Title
Experimental Mechanisms and Models Oral Abstracts I
In-hospital Treatment Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
502 B
515 A
Moderator(s)
Adviye Ergul, MD, PhD, FAHA, Augusta, GA
Paco Herson, PhD, Denver, CO
Gordian Hubert, MD, Munich, Germany
Steven Warach, MD, Austin, TX
8:45
Endothelial TRPA1 Channel is Protective Against Ischemia and Hemorrhagic
Strokes in Mice 141
Paulo W Pires, University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV
Scott Earley, Univ of Nevada Sch of Med, Reno, NV
Age Disparities in Acute Stroke Treatment: An Analysis of Six Years of US
Hospital Discharges 148
Michael Lyerly, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Mark R Harrigan, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
8:57
Extended Therapeutic Window of a Novel Peptide Inhibitor of TRPM2 Channels
Following Focal Cerebral Ischemia 142
Ivelisse Cruz-Torres, University of Colorado, Aurora, CO
Paco S Herson, Univ of Colorado, Aurora, CO
Association of Ischemic Stroke Location and Demographic Variables with
Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy Placement 149
Michael Star, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Dawn O Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
9:09
Exosomal miRNA Profiling Following Ischaemic Stroke: Clinical and Pre-clinical
Data 143
Josie C van Kralingen, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Lorraine M Work, Univ of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Complications and Outcomes of Thrombolysis in Stroke Patients Aged 90 and
Over: UK National Registry Data 150
Lizz Paley, Royal College of Physicians, London, United Kingdom
Anthony Rudd, Guy's and St Thomas NHS Fndn Trust, London, United Kingdom
9:21
Astrocyte-Derived Interleukin-15 Accelarates Ischemic Brain Injury 144
Zhiguo Li, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ
Qiang Liu, Barrow Neurological Inst, Phoenix, AZ
The Stroke Oxygen Study - Subgroup Analyses of the Effect of Routine Oxygen
Supplementation on Modified Rankin Scale Outcome at 90 Days 151
Christine Roffe, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust, Stoke on Trent,
United Kingdom
9:33
MiR-15a/16-1 Mediates Blood-Brain Barrier Dysfunction in Ischemic Stroke 145
Ke-Jie Yin, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA
Complications and Outcomes From Thrombolysis in Stroke Patients With
Significant Pre-stroke Disability: Data From the UK National Stroke Registry 152
Lizz Paley, Royal College of Physicians, London, United Kingdom
Anthony Rudd, Guy's and St Thomas NHS Fndn Trust, London, United Kingdom
9:45
Inducible Conditional Deletion of Dicer in Neural Progenitor Cells Induces
Cognitive Impairment 146
Rui Lan Zhang, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit,, MI
Zheng Gang Zhang, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Shorter, More Frequent Out of Bed Activity Very Early After Stroke (AVERT) is
Associated With a Favorable Outcome at 3 Months 153
Julie Bernhardt, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Heidelberg,
Australia
Geoffrey A Donnan, Florey Inst of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Parkville, Australia
9:57
Aberrant Activation of ASK1 Mediates Proinflammatory and Neurotoxic
Microglial Responses After Cerebral Ischemia/Reperfusion 147
Yejie Shi, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Jun Chen, Univ of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Correlation Between Site of Venous Occlusion and Clinical Syndromes in
Cerebral Venous Thrombosis 154
Miguel A Barboza, Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía, México D F, Mexico
Antonio Arauz, Instituto Nacional de Neurología y Neurocirugía, México D F, Mexico
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Aneurysm
Session Title
Surrogates of Rupture for Intracranial Aneurysms
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
Moderator(s)
William Mack, MD, FAANS, FAHA, Los Angeles, CA
E Sander Connolly, Jr, MD, FAHA, New York, NY
8:45
Natural History of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms: What We Know
Sudheer Ambekar, MBBS, MCH, Mumbai, India
9:04
Anatomical and Radiographic Surrogates to Determine Aneurysm Rupture Risk
Nima Etminan, MD, Mannheim, Germany
9:23
Hemodynamic and Inflammatory Surrogates to Determine Aneurysm Rupture
Risk
Brian Hoh, MD, FAHA, FAANS, FACS, Gainesville, FL
9:42
Current Consensus on Management of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms
Robert Loch Macdonald, MD, PhD, FRCS(C), FAANS, FACS, Toronto, ON, Canada
10:00
Discussion
For changes to the program made since the Final Program went to
print, please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner located on
the ISC Web site at strokeconference.org and the Mobile Meeting
Guide app. To download the app, search “AHA Events” in the App
Store or Google Play.
The Oral Abstracts list the Presenting Author (first) and the Senior
Author (last) of the abstract. For the complete Author Block of an
abstract (including the Conflict of Interest information), please
check the online Program/Itinerary Planner on the ISC Web site
at strokeconference.org, the Mobile Meeting Guide app, or the ISC
abstracts online in the Stroke journal.
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
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The number listed immediately after the abstract’s title is the
abstract’s presentation number.
Thursday, February 18 (10:30 am – 12 noon)
Plenary Session
Session Title
Plenary Session II
Session Type
Plenary
Room
Hall K
Moderator(s)
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, MAS, FAHA, Charleston, SC
10:30
Introduction of the David G Sherman Lecture
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
10:33
David G Sherman Lecture: Visions of Stroke
Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, Lund, Sweden
11:00
Carotid Endarterectomy versus Stenting for Treatment of Carotid Artery Stenosis: Long-term Results of the Carotid Revascularization Endarterectomy vs. Stenting
Trial (CREST) LB10
Thomas G Brott, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL
Robert W Hobson II, Gagnon Heart Hosp, Morristown, NJ
11:12
A Randomized Trial of Unruptured Brain Arteriovenous Malformations (ARUBA): 5-year Results LB11
Christian Stapf, Univ de Montréal - CRCHUM, Montreal, QC, Canada
Michael K Parides, InCHOIR - Icahn Sch of Med at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
11:24
Clot Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated Resolution of Intraventricular Hemorrhage (CLEAR III) Results LB12
Daniel F Hanley, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
CLEAR III Investigators
11:36
Efficiency of Intraventricular Hemorrhage Removal Determines Modified Rankin Scale Score (CLEAR III) LB13 Issam A Awad, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL
CLEAR III Investigators
11:48
Randomized Trial on Normalization of International Normalized Ratio Using Prothrombin Complex or Fresh Frozen Plasma in Vitamin-k Related Intracranial Bleeding
LB14
Thorsten Steiner, Klinikum Frankfurt Höchst, Frankfurt, Germany
Roland Veltkamp, Heidelberg Univ Hosp, Heidelberg, Germany
Short Break (12 noon – 12:10 pm)
12:10 pm –­ 1:30 pm
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)/Lunch Break
Hall J
Fellow and Early Career/Stroke Leader Roundtable Luncheon
Room 403 B
(Ticket required; seating is limited.)
Moderator: Pooja Khatri, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
Acute Stroke
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
Acute Stroke
William G Barsan, MD, FACEP, FAHA, Ann Arbor, MI
Acute Stroke
James C Grotta, MD, FAHA, Houston, TX
Acute Stroke
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
Basic Science
Louise D McCullough, MD, PhD, FAHA, Houston, TX
Basic Science
Matthew Gounis, PhD, Worcester, MA
Epidemiology
Mitchell Elkind, MD, MS, FAAN, New York, NY
Epidemiology
Dawn Kleindorfer, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
Neurointevention
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, Iowa City, IA
Neurointervention
Don Frei, MD, Englewood, CO
Neurosurgery
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD, FAANS, FACS, FAHA, Chicago, IL
NINDS/StrokeNET
Scott Janis, PhD, Bethesda, MD
NINDS
Walter Koroshetz, MD, FAAN, Bethesda, MD
Nursing
Erin M Conahan, BSN, Allentown, PA
Pediatric Stroke
Gabrielle de Veber, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Prevention
Tanya Turan, MD, FAHA, Charleston, SC
Rehabilitation
Alexander Dromerick, MD, Washington, DC
Rehabilitation
Lorie Richards, PhD, OTR/L, Salt Lake City, UT
Stroke Journal
Marc Fisher, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Advance Practice Providers' Luncheon
Room 501 A-C
(Ticket required; seating is limited.)
Moderator: Krista Jordan, PA-C, St Louis Park, MN
Academic Medical Center
Shannon Burton, AG-ACNP/CCNS, Salt Lake City, UT
Becoming a Comprehensive Stroke Center
Joanna Yang, DNP, ACNP-BC, FNP- BC, ANVP-BC, Loma Linda, CA
Building Administrative Support for Stroke Services
Dana Reiner Beenstock, MSN, RN, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, Paterson, NJ
Building MD-PA and MD-NP Relationships
Jillian Belmont, APRN, MSN, Lebanon, NH
Diana Rojas-Soto, Lebanon, NH
Community Hospital
Audrey L Paulson, DNP, FNP, San Jose, CA
Part I: DNP vs PhD / Part II: Developing a Program of Research & Presenting
Your Work at ISC
Anne W Alexandrov, PhD, RN, CCRN, NVRN-BC, ANVP-BC, FAAN, Fountain Hills, AZ
New Graduate / Career Advancement
Salma Mansour, MSN, APRN-Rx, ACNP-BC, CNRN, SCRN, Honolulu, HI
Michele Starr, PA-C, ANVP-BC, Oklahoma City, OK
NET SMART Program & Advanced Certification in Acute Neurovascular Practice
Fern Cudlip, MSN, FNP, CNRN, ANVP-BC, Castro Valley, CA
Neuro ICU
Sarah L Livesay, DNP, RN, ACNP, CNS-A, Houston, TX
Post-stroke Outpatient Follow-up
Sarah Lycan, NP, Winston-Salem, NC
Christina N Condon, MSN, NP-C, Winston Salem, NC
Stroke Units
Sandy Middleton, RN, PhD, Darlinghurst, Australia
Victoria Swatzell, DNP, RN, AG-ACNP, ANVP-BC, NVRN-BC, Memphis, TN
Systems of Care for Improving Door-to-Needle
Michelle Whaley, MSN, Englewood, CO
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Thursday, February 18 (1:30 pm – 3:00 pm)
Category
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology
SAH and Other Neurocritical Management
Session Title
Beyond Atrial Fibrillation: Atrial Cardiopathies as a Cause of Unexplained Stroke
Issues in the Neurocritical Care Management of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
515 A
515 B
Moderator(s)
David Tirschwell, MD, MS, Seattle, WA
Elsayed Soliman, MD, MSc, MS, FAHA, FACC, Winston Salem, NC
Paul Vespa, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Neeraj Naval, MD, Jacksonville, FL
1:30
Cardiac Monitoring for the Detection of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients with
Unexplained Stroke
Richard Bernstein, MD, PhD, Chicago, IL
Cerebral Microthrombosis after Aneurysmal SAH
Mervyn Vergouwen, MD, PhD, Utrecht, Netherlands
1:49
Serum and Structural Biomarkers of Atrial Dysfunction and Stroke Risk
Mira Katan, MD, Zurich, Switzerland
Novel Drug Therapies for Cerebral Vasospasm
Hiroyuki Kinouchi, MD, PhD, Yamanashi, Japan
2:08
Electrophysiologic Measures of Atrial Dysfunction and Stroke Risk
Hooman Kamel, MD, New York, NY
Cardiovascular Complications of Aneurysmal SAH
Stamatios Lerakis, MD, Atlanta, GA
2:27
Therapeutic Implications of the Concept of Atrial Cardiopathy
Shadi Yaghi, MO, Providence, RI
Deep Vein Thrombosis after Aneurysmal SAH
Conrad Liang, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA
2:45
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Acute Neuroimaging
Emergency Care/Systems
Session Title
Acute Neuroimaging Oral Abstracts II
Emergency Care/Systems Oral Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
152
151
Moderator(s)
David S Liebeskind, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Los Angeles, CA
Jan Sobesky, MD, Berlin, Germany
Peter Panagos, MD, St Louis, MO
Wolf-Dieter Heiss, MD, Cologne, Germany
1:30
Proving CT Angiography of Collaterals Prior to Endovascular Therapy: TREVO &
TREVO 2 155
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core, Los Angeles, CA
Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Sustained Improvement of Door-to-Needle Times Using Toyota's LEAN
Manufacturing Principles: The Washington University Experience 2003-15 162
Peter Panagos, Washington University, St Louis, MO
Andria Ford, Washington Univ, St Louis, MO
1:42
Poor Correlation Between Non-contrast CT (NCCT) Aspects and CT Perfusion
(CTP)-derived Ischemic Core Volumes 156
Diogo C Haussen, Emory University / Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, GA
Raul Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Frequency and Determinants of Hyperacute Stroke Progress Before Hospital
Arrival and During Initial ED Course 163
Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
1:54
Hyperintense Acute Reperfusion Marker is an Important Risk Factor of Stroke
Recurrence in Patients With Transient Ischemic Attack 157
Kyu Sun Yum, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea,
Republic of
Moon-Ku Han, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea,
Republic of
Specific Point-of-Care Testing of Coagulation in Patients Treated With
Non-Vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulants Part I (SPOCT-NOAC I) 164
Florian Härtig, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
Sven Poli, Univ of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
2:06
The Malignant CTP Imaging Profile Predicts Worse Functional Outcomes 158
Michael Mlynash, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Maarten G Lansberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
Age Related Variations in Improvement in Door-to-Needle Times in Acute
Ischemic Stroke: Findings From Target: Stroke Phase I 165
Gregg C Fonarow, UCLA Med Cntr, Los Angeles, CA
Lee H Schwamm, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
2:18
Posterior Communicating Artery Flow Diversion in Middle Cerebral Artery Stroke:
Angiographic Evidence from IMS III 159
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core, Los Angeles, CA
Albert J Yoo, Texas Stroke Inst, Plano, TX
Supervised Learning Based Detection of Stroke and Stroke Mimic 166
Ramin Zand, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
2:30
Association Between Time From Stroke Onset and Flair Lesion Intensity is
Modified by Status of Collateral Circulation 160
Anke Wouters, UZ Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
Robin Lemmens, UZ Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
Intracerebral Hemorrhage After Emergency Department Visits for Hypertension
167
Babak B Navi, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
2:42
Prediction of Thrombolysis-induced Parenchymal Hemorrhage in Patients With
Acute Ischemic Stroke: Use of MR Perfusion and Diffusion Biomarkers 161
Kambiz Nael, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Chelsea S Kidwell, Univ of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Feasibility and Safety of Thrombolysis by Telestroke Through Off-site Mobile
Teleconsultation With iPad 168
Thomas Leung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2:54
Discussion
Discussion
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)/Break, Hall J (3:00 pm – 3:30 pm)
Case Study: TBDT
Science and Technology Hall, Booth 445, Product Theater
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Thursday, February 18 (1:30 pm – 3:00 pm)
Category
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease
Session Title
The Interface between Infection and Cerebrovascular Disease
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
Moderator(s)
MingMing Ning, MD, Boston, MA
Michael R Frankel, MD, Decatur, GA
1:30
Cerebrovascular Disease in HIV/AIDS
Jason Sico, MD, New Haven, CT
1:49
Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome in Stroke
Josef Anrather, VMD, New York, NY
2:08
Post-stroke Infections
Ulrich Dirnagl, MD, Berlin, Germany
2:27
The Burden of Common Infections and Risk of Stroke
Mitchell Elkind, MD, MS, FAAN, New York, NY
2:45
Discussion
For changes to the program made since the Final Program went to
print, please check the online Program/Itinerary Planner located on
the ISC Web site at strokeconference.org and the Mobile Meeting
Guide app. To download the app, search “AHA Events” in the App
Store or Google Play.
The Oral Abstracts list the Presenting Author (first) and the Senior
Author (last) of the abstract. For the complete Author Block of an
abstract (including the Conflict of Interest information), please
check the online Program/Itinerary Planner on the ISC Web site
at strokeconference.org, the Mobile Meeting Guide app, or the ISC
abstracts online in the Stroke journal.
The number listed immediately after the abstract’s title is the
abstract’s presentation number.
Category
Experimental Mechanisms and Models
Late-Breaking Science
Session Title
Experimental Mechanisms and Models Oral Abstracts II
Late-Breaking Science Oral Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
502 B
408
Moderator(s)
Lorraine M Work, PhD, BSc (Hons), Glasgow, United Kingdom
Jean-Pyo Lee, PhD, New Orleans, LA
TBD
1:30
Human Dose tPA Improves Functional Outcomes in Both Sexes in Embolic Model
of Stroke: Differential Effect on Hemorrhagic Transformation 169
Weiguo Li, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA
Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Predictors of Intracranial Hemorrhage and Clinical Outcome After Stentriever
Thrombectomy: Pooled Analysis From Swift Prime, Swift and Star Trials LB15
Radoslav Raychev, UCLA Stroke Center, Los Angeles, CA
David Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, UCLA, Los Angeles, California,
1:42
Arginase Contributes to Delayed Constriction of Large Cerebral Arteries in a
Model of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 170
Raymond C Koehler, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
Randomized Trial of Revascularization with Solitaire FR® dDevice versus Best
Medical Therapy in the Treatment of Acute Stroke due to Anterior Circulation
Large Vessel Occlusion Presenting Within Eight Hours of Symptom Onset)
REVASCAT Trial- Final Results at 12 Months LB16
Antoni Davalos, Hosp Germans Trias y Pujol, Barcelona, Spain
Tudor G Jovin, UPMC Stroke Inst, Pittsburgh, PA
1:54
The Effect of Ischemia and Reperfusion and Tissue Plasminogen Activator on
Cerebrovascular Function, Oxidative Stress and Polymorphonuclear Neutrophils
in Ovariectomized Female Rats 171
Hilda Ahnstedt, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Marilyn Cipolla, Univ of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Expanding Opportunities for Intravenous Alteplase Treatment of Patients With
Unwitnessed Acute Stroke Using MRI-based Patient Selection: Imaging Results
of the MR WITNESS Multicenter Trial (NCT01282242) LB17
Ona Wu, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Lawrence L Latour, NINDS Intramural Stroke Program, Bethesda, MD
2:06
tPA Variant tPA-A296-299 Prevents Impairment of Cerebral Autoregulation After
Stroke Through LRP Dependent Increase in cAMP and p38 MAPK 172
William Armstead, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Douglas Cines, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Endovascular Treatment in Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Meta-analysis of Individual
Patient Data From Mr Clean, Escape, Extend IA, Swift Prime and Revascat LB18
Tudor G Jovin, UPMC Stroke Inst, Pittsburgh, PA
2:18
A Novel Dual Function Molecule for the Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke 173
Tun-Hsun Kuo, Lumosa Therapeutics, Taipei City, Taiwan
Wendy Huang, Lumosa Therapeutics, Taipei City, Taiwan
MultiStem® Treatment Reduces Length of Hospitalization When Administered
Within 36 Hours After Onset of Ischemic Stroke: Implications on Lowering Stroke
Related Health Care Costs LB19
Lawrence R Wechsler, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Robert W Mays, ATHERSYS INC, Cleveland, OH
2:30
Development of a Novel Anti-inflammatory and Anti-osteoplastic Peptide Based
on De-loop and Ef-loop in Rankl for Treatment of Ischemic Stroke 174
Hitomi Kurinami, Osaka University Hospital, Suita, Japan
Ryuichi Morishita, Osaka Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Suita, Japan
Validation of a Simplified Eight-item NIHSS to Identify Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients With Large Vessel Occlusion LB20
Jelle Demeestere, John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, Australia
Christopher Levi, John Hunter Hosp; Univ of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
2:42
A Novel Orally-Active Small-Molecule Antagonist of the Platelet ProteaseActivated Receptor-4, BMS-986120, Inhibits Arterial Thrombosis With Limited
Impact on Hemostasis in Cynomolgus Monkeys 175
Pancras C Wong, Bristol Myers Squibb Company, Pennington, NJ
Jing Yang, Bristol Myers Squibb Company, Pennington, NJ
Cost-effectiveness of Solitaire + IV-tPA for Acute Ischemic Stroke: Results From
the Swift-Prime Trial LB21
Theresa I Shireman, Brown University, Providence, RI
David J Cohen, Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Inst, Kansas City, MO
2:54
Discussion
Discussion
Science and Technology Hall (Exhibits)/Break, Hall J (3:00 pm – 3:30 pm)
Case Study: TBDT
Science and Technology Hall, Booth 445, Product Theater
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5:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Poster Sessions
Poster Hall, Hall H
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Professor-Led Poster Tours by Category:
Brief Presentation and Moderated Q&A with Poster Presenters
Moderated Posters TMP1 – TMP120; see pg 80 in the Poster Abstract Index for a
complete listing of all the posters in the Thursday Professor-Led Poster Tour session.
6:15 pm – 6:45 pm
Regular Poster Session:
One-on-One Time for an Individual Q&A with Poster Presenters
These posters are not included in the 5:15 Professor-Led Poster Tour Session
above.
Posters TP1 – TP463; see pg 88 in the Poster Abstract Index for a complete listing of
all the posters in this Thursday session.
Ongoing Clinical Trials Posters CTP1 – CTP52; see pg 110 in the Poster Abstract
Index for a complete listing of all the Ongoing Clinical Trials posters in this Thursday
session.
FAHAs and other stroke leaders – please be sure to show your support for young
investigators and attend the poster sessions.
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Thursday, February 18 (3:30 pm – 5:00 pm)
Category
Pediatric Stroke
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery
Session Title
Management of Stroke in the Young: Controversies in Anticoagulation
Providing Very Early Rehabilitation after Acute Stroke: From Neurophysiology to
Bedside Care
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
515 B
515 A
Moderator(s)
Bryan Philbrook, MD, Atlanta, GA
Ryan Felling, MD, PhD, Baltimore, MD
Winston Byblow, PhD, Auckland, New Zealand
Cathy Stinear, MD, PhD, Auckland, New Zealand
3:30
Thrombophilia in Pediatric and Young Adult Stroke: How Much Does It Matter?
Leonardo Brandao, MD, MSc, Toronto, ON, Canada
Stroke Recovery: Timing, Training, and Biological Determinants: A Rodent
Perspective
Steven R Zeiler, MD, PhD, Baltimore, MD
(3:45) The Effects of Early Rehabilitation on the Reorganization of Cortical Maps
S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA
3:49
The New Anticoagulants: Moving beyond Heparin, Warfarin, and Aspirin in
Pediatric Stroke
Marcela Torres, MD, Fort Worth, TX
4:08
ECMO and VAD: How Do We Decrease the Risk of Stroke
Paul Monagle, MBBS, MD, MSc, FRACP, FRCPA, FCCP, Melbourne, Australia
4:27
The Role of Antithrombotic Therapy in Focal and Multifocal Cerebral Arteriopathy
Mahendranath Moharir, MD, MSc, FRACP, Toronto, ON, Canada
4:45
Discussion
(4:00) Early Recovery of Motor Control after Stroke: Human Perspective
Tomoko Kitago, MD, New York, NY
(4:15) A Limited Time Window of Heightened Plasticity after Stroke and the Need
for Novel Intervention in Patients
John W Krakauer, MD, Baltimore, MD
(4:30) Discussion
Category
Vascular Malformations
Cerebral Large Artery Disease
Session Title
Treatment of Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas
Vertebrobasilar Disease: Update on Evaluation and Treatment Options
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
502 B
Moderator(s)
J Mocco, MD, MS, New York, NY
Louis R Caplan, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Adnan Siddiqui, MD, PhD, Buffalo, NY
3:30
Classification and Clinical Course: Grading of Cranial Dural Arteriovenous
Fistulas
Colin Derdeyn, MD, FAHA, St Louis, MO
Hemodynamic Evalaution in Vertebrobasilar Disease: The VERiTAS Study
Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, MD, FAANS, FACS, FAHA, Chicago, IL
3:49
Treatment of Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas: The Surgical Perspective
Raphael Guzman, MD, Basel, Switzerland
BAsics and the BAsics Trial
Wouter J Schonewille, MD, Utrecht, Netherlands
4:08
Treatment of Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas: The Endovascular Perspective
Felipe Albuquerque, MD, Phoenix, AZ
Vertebral Artery Ischemia Stenting Trial (VIST) and Vertebral Artery Stenting Trial
(VAST) Updates
Hugh Markus, BA, BM Bch, DM, FRCP, London, United Kingdom
4:27
Multimodality and Combined Approaches to Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas:
Endovascular, Surgical and Radiosurgical Approaches
Babu Welch, MD, FAANS, Dallas, TX
Surgical Revascularization for Vertebrobasilar Disease
Fady T Charbel, MD, Chicago, IL
4:45
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (5:00 pm – 5:15 pm)
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Thursday, February 18 (3:30 pm – 5:00 pm)
Category
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Vascular Cognitive Impairment
Session Title
Stroke Performance Measures and Addressing Disparities in Stroke Care
Stroke, Dementia and the Sustainable Development Goals
(an AHA/ASA and World Stroke Organization Joint Session)
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
152
151
Moderator(s)
Mat Reeves, BVSc, PhD, East Lansing, MI
Dana Leifer, MD, New York, NY
Stephen M Davis, MD, FRCP, Edin FRACP, FAHA, Victoria, Australia
3:30
Current State of Comprehensive Stroke Centers in the US
Jeffrey L Saver, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Los Angeles, CA
Vascular Disease and Dementia: The Underlying Mechanisms
Costantino Iadecola, MD, FAHA, New York, NY
3:49
EMS in Non-urban Environments: Reaching the Rural Hospital and Stroke Ready
Center
Reza Vaezaziz, MD, San Bernardino, CA
Preventing Cognitive Decline and Dementia: What Is the Evidence?
Michael Brainin, MD, Krems, Austria
4:08
Unraveling Non-endovascular Treatment of Stroke in Emerging Economies
Conrado J Estol, MD, PhD, Buenos Aires, Argentina
What Do the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals Mean for Stroke and
Dementia?
Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, Lund, Sweden
4:27
The Long and Winding Road: What Are Performance Measures; What Are
Their Intended and Unintended Consequences; and How Do They Affect
Reimbursement and Quality of Care?
Lee H Schwamm, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
The New Stroke Proclamation: A Roadmap to Prevent Stroke and Dementia
Vladimir Hachinski, CM, MD, FRCPC, DSc, London, ON, Canada
4:45
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (5:00 pm – 5:15 pm)
Category
Session Title
Stroke Guidelines Session
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Room
408
Moderator(s)
Karen L Furie, MD, MPH, FAHA, Providence, RI
Walter Kernan, MD, New Haven, CT
3:30
Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
J Claude Hemphill III, MD, MS, FAAN, San Francisco, CA
3:49
Guidelines for Management of Patients with Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms
B Gregory Thompson, MD, Ann Arbor, MI
4:08
2015 AHA/ASA Focused Update of the 2013 Guidelines for the Early Management
of Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke Regarding Endovascular Treatment
William J Powers, MD, FAHA, Chapel Hill, NC
4:27
Scientific Rationale for the Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria for Intravenous
Alteplase in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Bart M Demaerschalk, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Phoenix, AZ
4:45
Discussion
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Pediatric Stroke
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery
Session Title
Acute Endovascular Intervention in Pediatric Stroke: Who, What, When, Where?
(Debate)
Clinical and Basic Perspectives on the Role of Physical and Cognitive Activity
and Neural Progenitors in Stroke Recovery - the ASA-Bugher Collaborative
Studies
Session Type
Debate
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
515 A
Moderator(s)
Michael Rivkin, MD, Boston, MA
Catherine Amlie-Lefond, MD, Seattle, WA
Richard J Traystman, PhD, FAHA, Aurora, CO
S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA
7:00
Younger Children Should Be Treated Within a Shorter Time Window, and Imaging
Should Show Evidence of Collaterals and DWI/PWI Mismatch Prior to Neurointervention
Paola Pergami, MD, PhD, Morgantown, WV
Remote Ischemic Preconditioning: A Novel Therapy for Ischemic Stroke
Latisha Sharma, MD, Los Angeles, CA
7:20
(7:19) Age Should Have No Impact on the Time Window or Imaging Requirements
Elisa Ciceri, MD, Milan, Italy
Cognitive Interventions Post-stroke from Bench to Bedside
Clinton B Wright, MD, MS, Miami, FL
7:40
(7:38) Children Should Be Treated at Comprehensive Stroke Centers Where There
Is Extensive Expertise in Neurointervention
Todd Abruzzo, MD, Cincinnati, OH
Plasticity in the Developing Brain: Translation from Humans to Mice and Back Again
Timothy J Bernard, MD, Denver, CO
8:00
(7:57) Children Should Be Treated Within Pediatric Stroke Programs Affiliated
with Well-developed Children’s Hospitals
Darren Orbach, MD, Boston, MA
Plasticity Potential of the Pediatric Brain Following Ischemic Stroke
Krista Rodgers, PhD, Aurora, CO
What and the Why in White Matter Stroke, Activity, and Neural Repair
Kwan L Ng, Los Angeles, CA
8:08
8:16
Exercise and Cognitive Recovery Following Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Rodents
Mehdi Youbi, MD, Miami, FL
(8:15) Discussion
8:24
Discussion
Category
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Session Title
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment Oral Abstracts
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes Oral
Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
152
151
Moderator(s)
Gustavo Saposnik, MD, MSc, FAHA, FRCPC, Toronto, ON, Canada
Hooman Kamel, MD, New York, NY
Amytis Towfighi, MD, Los Angeles, CA
7:00
Clinical and Imaging Characteristics Associated With Poor Outcomes in Patients
Not Thrombolysed Due to Mild or Rapidly Improving Symptoms 176
Syed F Ali, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Trends in Hospitalizations and Cost Associated with Acute Ischemic Stroke by
Age, United States 2003-2012 183
Xin Tong, CDC, Atlanta, GA
Robert K Merritt, CDC, Atlanta, GA
7:12
Exploratory Results From the B01-02 Trial: Administration of MultiStem® Results
in Decreased Circulating CD3+ Cells and Lower Levels of Inflammatory Cytokines 177
Wayne M Clark, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
Robert W Mays, Athersys, Inc, Cleveland, OH
Relationship Between Hospital Mortality and Readmission for Patients
Hospitalized With Ischemic Stroke 184
Judith H Lichtman, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Larry B Goldstein, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
7:24
Cerebral Microbleeds and Risk of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Post Intravenous
Thrombolysis (IVT) 178
Ramin Zand, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
Residual Stroke Morbidity and Post-acute Care Cost: the IMS III Economic Data Cohort 185
Kit N Simpson, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Joseph P Broderick, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
7:36
Functional Outcomes of Pre-hospital Stroke Thrombolysis Compared to
Conventional Care; the Stroke Emergency Mobile (STEMO) Project 179
Alexander Kunz Kunz, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Heinrich J Audebert, Charité Univsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
PROs in Clinical Practice: SIS-16 Better at Detecting Change in Functional Status
Than the Modified Rankin 186
Irene L Katzan, Cleveland Clinic Founda, Cleveland, OH
Ken Uchino, Cleveland Clinic Founda, Cleveland, OH
7:48
Stroke Mimics in Drip and Ship Thrombolytic Therapy 180
Gaurav P Dighe, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Wei Liu, Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Are Limitations in Activities of Daily Living the Best Predictor of Well-Being After
Stroke? 187
Darin B Zahuranec, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI
James F Burke, Univ of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI
8:00
A Systematic Review of Interventions to Increase tPA Administration 181
Mollie McDermott, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
James F Burke, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Differences in Quality of Life Across Modified Rankin Scale Categories in IMS-3 188
Srikant Rangaraju, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Michael Frankel, Emory Univ and Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA
8:12
The CLEAR Trials: A Pooled Analysis of rt-PA plus Eptifibatide for Treatment of
Acute Ischemic Stroke 182
Opeolu Adeoye, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Mail Order Pharmacy Use is Associated with Greater Adherence to Secondary
Preventive Drugs Among Stroke Patients 189
William Neil, Kaiser Permanente, San Diego, CA
Bruce Ovbiagele, Medial Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
8:24
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (7:00 am – 8:30 am)
Category
Community/Risk Factors
Acute Endovascular Treatment
Session Title
Global Burden & Challenges: Stroke Care in Developing Countries (an AHA/ASA
and Chinese Stroke Association Joint Session)
Neuroprotection and Intervention: From Bench to Angio Room and Back
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
408
502 B
Moderator(s)
Yongchai Nilanont, MD, FRCP, Bangkok, Thailand
Liping Liu, MD, Beijing, China
David S Liebeskind, MD, FAHA, FAAN, Los Angeles, CA
Antoni Davalos, MD, PhD, Barcelona, Spain
7:00
Global Epidemiology of Risk Factors for Cerebrovascular Disease
Dennis Xavier, MD, MSc, Bangalore, India
Mechanisms and Opportunities for Neuroprotection During Reperfusion
Therapies
Eng Lo, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
7:15
Developing Strategies for Early Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients
Jeyaraj D Pandian, MD, DM, FRACP, Ludhiana, India
7:30
Quality Control and Improvement of Stroke Care: From CNSR
Yilong Wang, MD, Beijing, China
7:45
Organizing National Stroke Center Network
Anding Xu, MD, Guangzhou, China
8:00
Prevention of Stroke in Low and Middle Income Countries
Bo Norrving, MD, PhD, FESC, Lund, Sweden
(7:50) Application of Neuroprotection/Reperfusion Combination in Clinical
Practice: The Road Ahead
Rishi Gupta, MD, Marietta, GA
8:15
Discussion
(8:10) Discussion
Category
SAH and Other Neurocritical Management
Session Title
SAH and Other Neurocritical Management Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Room
515 B
Moderator(s)
Stavropoula Tjoumakaris, BS, MD, Philadelphia, PA
Ketan R Bulsara, MD, New Haven, CT
7:00
Safety, Tolerability, Pharmacokinetics and Efficacy of Intraventricular Sustained
Release Nimodipine (EG-1962) for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 190
Daniel Hanggi, Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany
Herbert J Faleck, Edge Therapeutics, Berkeley Heights, NJ
7:12
Development and Validation of a Novel Risk Score for Assessing Risk of
In-hospital Seizure Following Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 191
Blessing N Jaja, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
R Loch Macdonald, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
7:24
Mechano-growth Factor (MGF) and Cerebral Vasospasm (CV) Post Aneurysmal
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (aSAH) 192
Magdalena M Przybycien-Szymanska, Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL
William W Ashley Jr, Loyola Univ Chicago, Maywood, IL
7:36
Clinico-radiologic Severity of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Predicts Coated-platelet
Levels and Associated In-hospital Morbidit 193
Bappaditya Ray, The Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK
Calin I Prodan, The Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK
7:48
Cognitive Outcome in Acute Simvastatin Treatment for Aneurysmal
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 194
George Wong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
8:00
Nosocomial Infections are Associated with Delayed Cerebral Ischemia in
Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage 195
Paul M. Foreman, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Christoph J Griessenauer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr, Boston, MA
8:12
Acute Kidney Injury in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Incidence, Risk
Factors, and Outcomes 196
Kavelin Rumalla, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City,
MO
Manoj Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
8:24
Discussion
(7:10) Neuroprotection/Reperfusion Approaches: Current State and Future
Developments
Michael Tymianski, MD, PhD, FRCSC, Toronto, ON, Canada
(7:30) Who May Benefit? Timing, Clinical and Imaging Characteristics
Andrew Ducruet, MD, Pittsburgh, PA
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Short Break (8:30 am – 8:45 am)
— 44 —
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abstract’s presentation number.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Nursing
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery
Session Title
Addressing Unmet Palliative Care Needs of Stroke Patients and Their Family
Caregivers
Clinical Trials of Cell Therapy for Stroke: Where Are We Now?
Session Type
Invited Symposium
Invited Symposium
Room
502 A
515 B
Moderator(s)
Barbara J Lutz, PhD, RN, CRRN, FAHA, WIlmington, NC
S Thomas Carmichael, MD, PhD, Los Angeles, CA
8:45
Palliative Care Consultation Triggers Following Severe Stroke
Claire Creutzfeldt, MD, Seattle, WA
Lessons from Phase 1/2a Clinical Trial of SB623 Cell Therapy in Patients with
Chronic Stroke Disability
Gary Steinberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Stanford, CA
9:00
Determining Goals of Care for Intracerebral Hemorrhage Patients: Factors
Considered by Surrogate Decision Makers
David Y Hwang, MD, New Haven, CT
9:15
Addressing Palliative Care Needs of Stroke Survivors
Theresa Green, PhD, RN, BScN, MSc, HRM, Brisbane, Australia
9:30
Recognizing Unmet Palliative Care Needs of Stroke Family Caregivers
Tamilyn L Bakas, PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN, Cincinnati, OH
9:45
Palliative Care in Stroke: It’s about Time
Claire Creutzfeldt, MD, Seattle, WA
(9:42) Design and Implementation of the Next Generation of Stem Cell Trials in
Stroke
Keith Muir, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
10:00
Discussion
Discussion
Category
Acute Endovascular Treatment
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology
Session Title
Acute Endovascular Treatment Oral Abstract II
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Oral Abstracts II
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
(9:04) RECOVER-Stroke: Implications of 1-year Final Results of Intra-arterial
Delivery of ALDHbr Cells in Subacute Ischemic Stroke
Dileep Yavagal, MD, MBBS, Miami, FL
(9:23) Safety and Efficacy of IV Stem Cell Therapy in Acute Stroke: What is the
Evidence from the Multistem Trial?
David Hess, MD, Augusta, GA
Room
408
151
Moderator(s)
Albert J Yoo, MD, Plano, TX
Raul G Nogueira, MD, Atlanta, GA
Scott E Kasner, MD, MS, FAHA, Philadelphia, PA
Robert G Hart, MD, Hamilton, ON, Canada
8:45
Time is Brain: Standardized Neuro-interventional Thrombectomy Protocols Lead
to Faster Recanalization Times 197
Donald Frei, Swedish Medical Center, Englewood, CO
David Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Transcranial Doppler Versus Transthoracic Echocardiography for the Detection
of Patent Foramen Ovale in Patients With Cryptogenic Cerebral Ischemia: A
Systematic Review and Diagnostic Test Accuracy Meta-analysis 204
Georgios Tsivgoulis, University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN
8:57
Outcomes of Immediate Carotid Stenting With Mechanical Thrombactomy in
Large Vessel Anterior Circulation Strokes 198
Tapan V Mehta, University of Connecticut, Hartford, CT
Louise McCullough, Univ of Connecticut/ Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT
Preceding Valsalva Maneuver Significantly Associated With Pathogenic Patent
Foramen Ovale (PFO) in Patients With Cryptogenic Stroke 205
Krassen Nedeltchev, Cantonal Hospital of Aarau, Aarau, Switzerland
Marie-Luise Mono, Univ Hosp of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
9:09
Greater Clinical Impact From Accelerating Endovascular Reperfusion for Acute
Ischemic Stroke Than Acute Myocardial Infarction 199
Sudhir Aggarwal, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ
Jeffery L Saver, Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
High False Positive Rates of Atrial Fibrillation Detection Among Stroke Patients
who Receive Medtronic Implantable Loop Recorders 206
Fadi Nahab, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
9:21
Collaterals in SWIFT PRIME: Imaging Correlates and Ultimate Impact 200
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Research Core, Los Angeles, CA
Reza Jahan, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Signal Averaged Electrocardiogram can Indicate the Arrhythmogenic Potential of
Right Insular Stroke 207
Hee-Kwon Park, Inha University Hospital Neurology, Incheon, Korea, Republic of
Joung-Ho Rha, Inha Univ Hosp, Incheon, Korea, Republic of
9:33
Time is Brain: Results From the Escape Randomized Controlled Trial 201
Bijoy K Menon, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Non-gated Cardiac Ct Angiograms for Detection of Embolic Sources in Acute
Ischemic Stroke 208
Leonard Yeo, NUHS, Singapore, Singapore
Vijay Sharma, NUHS, Singapore, Singapore
9:45
Endovascular Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke With Distal Large Vessel
Occlusion in the Anterior Circulation 202
Amrou Sarraj, UT Houston, Houston, TX
Rishi Gupta, Wellstar Kennstone Hosp, Merietta, GA
High Yield of Long-Term Implantable Cardiac Monitoring Following Cryptogenic
Ischemic Stroke 209
Reuben D Burshtein, North Shore LIJ Health System, Manhasset, NY
Jeffrey M Katz, North Shore LIJ Health System, Manhasset, NY
9:57
Acute Kidney Injury in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Receiving Endovascular
Treatment: Analysis of the Interventional Management of Stroke (IMS) - III 203
Nabeel A Herial, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Institute / UCSD, St Cloud, MN
Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St.Cloud, MN
Association between Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia and Ischemic
Stroke in Patients Without Atrial Fibrillation 210
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Costantino Iadecola, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
— 45 —
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Session Title
Stroke Controversies - Debate (a Stroke journal Session)
Session Type
Debate
Room
515 A
Moderator(s)
Lawrence Wong, MD, Shatin, Hong Kong
Marc Fisher, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
8:45
Presentation of Stroke Progress and Innovation Awards
Marc Fisher, MD, FAHA, Boston, MA
8:50
Should You Bypass Primary Stroke Center? (PRO)
Mayank Goyal, MBBS, MD, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
8:58
Should You Bypass Primary Stroke Center? (CON)
Karen C Johnston, MD, MSc, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
9:06
Should You Bypass Primary Stroke Center? (REBUTTAL 1)
Mayank Goyal, MBBS, MD, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
9:08
Should You Bypass Primary Stroke Center? (REBUTTAL 2)
Karen C Johnston, MD, FAHA, Charlottesville, VA
9:10
Should You Bypass Primary Stroke Center? (SUMMARY)
Carlos A Molina, MD, Barcelona, Spain
9:14
Embolic Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation, and Microbleeds: Is There a Role for Anticoagulation? (PRO)
Hans-Christoph Diener, MD, PhD, FAHA, FAAN, Essen, Germany
9:22
Embolic Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation, and Microbleeds: Is There a Role for Anticoagulation? (CON)
Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
9:30
Embolic Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation, and Microbleeds: Is There a Role for Anticoagulation? (REBUTTAL 1)
Hans-Christoph Diener, MD, PhD, FAHA, FAAN, Essen, Germany
9:32
Embolic Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation, and Microbleeds: Is There a Role for Anticoagulation? (REBUTTAL 2)
Steven M Greenberg, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
9:34
Embolic Stroke, Atrial Fibrillation, and Microbleeds: Is There a Role for Anticoagulation? (SUMMARY)
Magdy Selim, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
9:38
Early vs Late Assessment of Stroke Outcome (PRO)
Kennedy R Lees, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
9:46
Early vs Late Assessment of Stroke Outcome (CON)
Joseph Broderick, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
9:54
Early vs Late Assessment of Stroke Outcome (REBUTTAL 1)
Kennedy R Lees, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
9:56
Early vs Late Assessment of Stroke Outcome (REBUTTAL 2)
Joseph Broderick, MD, FAHA, Cincinnati, OH
9:58
Early vs Late Assessment of Stroke Outcome (SUMMARY)
Magdy Selim, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
10:02
Discussion
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (8:45 am – 10:15 am)
Category
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease
Session Title
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Oral Abstracts II
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease Oral Abstracts
Session Type
Abstract
Abstract
Room
152
502 B
Moderator(s)
Andrew M Naidech, MD, MPh, Chicago, IL
Joshua Goldstein, MD, PhD, FAHA, Boston, MA
Richard Milner, MD, PhD, La Jolla, CA
8:45
Do Women Receive Less Aggressive Care Following Intracerebral Hemorrhage?
211
Seemant Chaturvedi, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL
Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplement Prevents Progression of Intracranial
Atherosclerosis 218
James Stevenson, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Yuchuan Ding, Wayne State Univ, Detroit, MI
8:57
Andexanet Alfa, a Universal Antidote for Reversal of Anticoagulation of Factor Xa
Inhibitors in Healthy Human Volunteers 212
Alexander M Gold, Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc., South San Francisco, CA
John T Curnutte, Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc, South San Francisco, CA
Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor 1 and Subclinical Cerebrovascular Disease: the
Levels of Inflammatory Markers in Treatment of Stroke Study 219
Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia University, New York, NY
Oscar R Benavente, Univ of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
9:09
Effect of Idarucizumab on Intracranial Bleeding in Dabigatran-treated Patients:
Initial Results From RE-VERSE AD 213
Richard A Bernstein, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
Thorsten Steiner, Univ of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany
Neurovascular Uncoupling in Acute Ischemic Stroke Correlates Well With Clinical
Fluctuations in Acute Ischemic Stroke 220
Rahul Rathakrishnan, Natl Univ of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Vijay K Sharma, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
9:21
Corticospinal Tract Integrity is Acutely Maintained Within Perihematoma Edema
214
Rebecca McCourt, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Ken Butcher, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Tlr-4 Activation Decreases Brain Endothelial Cell Survival in Hypoxia/
reoxygenation in Diabetes: Role of Necroptosis and Ferroptosis 221
Yasir Abdul, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA
Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
9:33
Evaluation of Intracranial Pressure and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in the Clot
Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated Resolution of Intraventricular Hemorrhage Trial
(CLEAR III) 215
Wendy Ziai, Johns Hopkins Univ School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Daniel F Hanley, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD
Hyperglycemia Reduces Levels of Soluble Amyloid Precursor Protein-α in
Mouse Hippocampus and Cortex - Role of Cerebral Microvessels 222
Tongrong He, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Zvonimir Katusic, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
9:45
Incidence and Severity of Catheter Tract Hemorrhage and EVD Placement
Accuracy in the CLEAR-III Trial 216
W Andrew Mould, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Daniel Hanley, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
Leptomeningeal Arteriole Vasoconstriction during Hypertension: Targeting Pial
Collaterals in Stroke Treatment 223
Marilyn Cipolla, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
9:57
Venous Thromboembolism in Patients With Spontaneous Intraventricular
Hemorrhage- Results From the Clot Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated Resolution of
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (CLEAR) III Trial 217
Jharna N Shah, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Wendy Ziai, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
Cerebral Hemodynamic Changes in Patients With Long-term Effects of War-time
TBI 224
Alexander Razumovsky, Sentient Neurocare Services, Hunt Valley, MD
Donna Neuges, NiCoE, Bethesda, MD
10:09
Discussion
Discussion
Short Break (10:15 am – 10:30 am)
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 (10:30 am – 12:30 pm)
Plenary Session
Session Title
Plenary Session III
Session Type
Plenary
Room
Hall K
Moderator(s)
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, MAS, FAHA, Charleston, SC
10:30
Acute Therapy
Michael D Hill, MD, MSc, FRCPC, Calgary, AB, Canada
10:36
VCI
Helena Chui, MD, FAHA, Los Angeles, CA
10:42
Epi Research
George Howard, DPH, FAHA, Birmingham, AL
10:48
Recovery
Bruce H Dobkin, MD, FRCP, Los Angeles, CA
10:54
Pediatric Stroke
Gabrielle deVeber, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Next Big Thing in Stroke
(at Lightning Speed)
11:00
Imaging
Gregory W Albers, MD, Palo Alto, CA
11:06
Critical Care
Stephan A Mayer, MD, FAHA, New York, NY
11:12
Basic Science
Jaroslaw Aronowski, MD, PhD, Houston, TX
11:18
Prevention
Robert G Hart, MD, Hamilton, ON, Canada
11:24
Neuroprotection
Michael Tymianski, MD, PhD, FRCSC, Toronto, ON, Canada
11:30
Introduction of the Thomas Willis Lecture
Kyra J Becker, MD, FAHA, Seattle, WA
11:33
Thomas Willis Lecture: Why Translational Stroke Research Cannot Succeed Without Failure
Ulrich Dirnagl, MD, FAHA, Berlin, Germany
11:53
Primary Results of the ACTION Trial of Natalizumab in Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS) LB22
Jacob Elkins, Biogen, Cambridge, MA
Lahar Mehta, Biogen, Cambridge, MA
12:05
IV Alteplase in MR-selected Patients With Stroke of Unknown Onset is Safe and Feasible: Results of the Multicenter MR WITNESS Trial (NCT01282242) LB23
Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Steven Warach, Dell Medical Sch, Uuniversity of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX
12:17
GAMES (Glyburide Advantage in Malignant Edema and Stroke) RP Trial: Intermediate Endpoint Analysis as Proof-of-Concept LB24
W Taylor Kimberly, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Kevin Sheth, Yale Univ, New Haven, CT
12:29
ISC 2017 Program Chair’s Closing Remarks
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, MAS, FAHA, Charleston, SC
Start Planning Now for the International Stroke Conference 2017 in Houston, Texas!
Published Abstracts: Accepted ISC and Nursing Symposium abstracts will be
published online on the Stroke journal Web site.
CALL FOR SCIENCE
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Thank you for attending the International Stroke Conference 2016. Please don’t
forget these important dates for the International Stroke Conference 2017:
Submit Abstracts
Submission Opens: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Submission Closes: Tuesday, Aug 16, 2016
Submit Session Ideas
Suggested Session Submitter Opens: Monday, Feb 15, 2016
Suggested Session Submitter Closes: Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Submit Late-Breaking Science and Ongoing Clinical Trials Abstracts
Submission Opens: Wednesday, Oct 12, 2016
Submission Closes: Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016
Submit Your Best Science for Consideration for ISC 2017
Presenting your science at ISC offers you many benefits:
International Impact: Media coverage from around the world resulted in almost
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•
Network with Leaders in the Stroke Field: Attend ISC and discuss your
findings with stroke research and practice experts from around the globe.
•
Virtual Reach: The ISC 2015 virtual reach through the AHA/ASA Web site,
e-mails, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter activity had more than 3.4 million hits.
The link to submit abstracts and/or session ideas can be found at
strokeconference.org/submitscience on the opening date listed above.
In order to encourage a broad range of science and speakers, international
authors and junior authors are strongly encouraged to submit abstracts for
presentation.
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July 24–August 5, 2016
Granlibakken Conference Center and Lodge, Tahoe City, CA
Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology /
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May 5– 7, 2016
Omni Nashville, Nashville, TN
Basic Cardiovascular Sciences 2016 Scientific Sessions
July 18– 21, 2016
Hyatt Regency Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Council on Hypertension 2016 Scientific Sessions
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The Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, FL
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POSTER HALL MAP
Poster Hall
Hall H
Entrance
Entrance
PROFESSOR-LED POSTER TOURS BY CATEGORY: SESSION I
P O S T E R A B S T R A C T P R E S E N TAT I O N S
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
5:15 PM – 6:15 PM
Hall H
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
5:15 PM – 6:45 PM
HALL H
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
5:15 PM – 6:45 PM
HALL H
5:15 PM – 6:15 PM
Professor-Led Poster Tours by
Category, Session I:
Moderated Q&A with Poster
Presenters (Hall H)
5:15 PM – 6:15 PM
Professor-Led Poster Tours by
Category, Session II:
Moderated Q&A with Poster
Presenters (Hall H)
Moderated Posters WMP1 – WMP120;
see pg 50 – pg 57 in the Poster
Abstract Index for a complete listing
of all the posters in this Wednesday
Professor-Led Poster Tour session.
Moderated Posters TMP1 – TMP120;
see pg 80 – pg 87 in the Poster
Abstract Index for a complete listing
of all the posters in this Thursday
Professor-Led Poster Tour session.
Poster Board Number MP1 / Presentation Number WMP1
Factors Influencing Differential Outcomes in Stent Retriever Trials:
Comparison to a new Outcome Model Based on Percent Utilization of rt-PA
Pitchaiah Mandava, Sharyl R Martini, Vishank A Shah, Roderic H Fabian, Thomas A
Kent, Baylor Coll of Med, Houston, TX
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
Poster Session I:
One-on-One Time for an Individual
Q&A with Poster Presenters
(Hall H)
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
Poster Session II:
One-on-One Time for an Individual
Q&A with Poster Presenters
(Hall H)
Poster Board Number MP2 / Presentation Number WMP2
A New Device to Prevent Embolization in New Territories During Mechanical
Thrombectomy
Michel Piotin, Hocine Redjem, Gabriele Ciccio, Stanislas Smajda, Raphaël Blanc,
Fondation Rothschild, Paris, France Primary
These posters are not included in
the 5:15 Professor-Led Poster Tour
Session above.
These posters are not included in
the 5:15 Professor-Led Poster Tour
Session above.
Posters WP1 – WP438; see pg 57 –
pg 79 in the Poster Abstract Index for
a complete listing of all the posters in
this Wednesday session.
Posters TP1 – TP463; see pg 88 –
pg 109 in the Poster Abstract Index
for a complete listing of all the
posters in this Thursday session.
Late-Breaking Science Posters LBP1
– LBP8; see pg 79 – pg 80 in the
Poster Abstract Index for a complete
listing of all of the Late-Breaking
Science posters in this Wednesday
session.
Ongoing Clinical Trials Posters
CTP1 – CTP52; see pg 110 – pg 113
in the Poster Abstract Index for a
complete listing of all of the Ongoing
Clinical Trials Posters in this Thursday
session.
PPS1 – PPS5; see pg 79 in the Poster
Abstract Index for a complete listing
of all the posters in this special
Wednesday session. These posters
contain relevant and important
science that was either previously
published (print or online) or was
previously presented at another
meeting prior to the International
Stroke Conference 2016.
PROFESSOR-LED POSTER TOURS AND POSTER SESSIONS
During the ISC 2016 poster sessions, there will be both Professor-Led
Poster Tours and Regular Poster Sessions.
The Professor-Led Poster Tours are organized by poster category.
Leaders in the stroke field will take groups of conference attendees
around 12 speaker-attended posters ordered by category. Each poster
presenter will have approximately 2 minutes to present the highlights
of his or her work, followed by 3 minutes for a Q&A from attendees.
There are 10 different poster tours to select from during each Poster
Tour Session.
To be a part of a Poster Tour, please turn to pg 50 (Wednesday) and
pg 80 (Thursday) in the Poster Abstracts section of the Final Program
and decided which section/category of posters you would like to attend
during each of the two Poster Tour Sessions. Five – ten minutes prior to
the start time of the Poster Tour Session, simply go to the correspondingly numbered “Section” sign for that section/category of posters.
The regular Poster Sessions are organized by poster category. During
the Regular Poster Sessions, poster presenters will stand by their
poster for individual Q&A time with attendees; they will not give a
formal presentation. These posters are separate and not a part of the
Professor-Led Poster Tours. To see the posters in the Regular Poster
Session, please turn to pg 57 (Wednesday) and pg 88 (Thursday) in the
Poster Abstracts section of the Final Program.
For the most current poster moderator and poster information, please
check the online Program/Itinerary Planner on the ISC Web site at strokeconference.org and the Mobile Meeting Guide app.
Acute Endovascular Treatment Moderated Poster Tour
WMP1 – WMP12
SECTION 1
Moderator: Jean Marc Olivot, MD, PhD, Toulouse, France
Poster Board Number MP3 / Presentation Number WMP3
Grade 2 or Partial Collaterals in IMS III: Half Full or Half Empty?
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Michael
D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Tudor G Jovin, UPMC Stroke Inst,
Pittsburgh, PA; Bijoy K Menon, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Raul G Nogueira,
Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Osama O Zaidat, Medical Coll of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
WI; Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Andrew M
Demchuk, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Janice Carrozzella, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Ruediger von Kummer, Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Pooja
Khatri, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada; Bernard Yan, Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Lydia D Foster,
Sharon D Yeatts, Yuko Y Palesch, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC;
Joseph P Broderick, Thomas A Tomsick, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Albert J
Yoo, Texas Stroke Inst, Plano, TX; for the IMS III Investigators
Poster Board Number MP4 / Presentation Number WMP4
Analysis of Outcomes From the Endovascular Treatment of Posterior Circulation
Strokes in the Modern Era of Stent Retriever Thrombectomy
Maxim Mokin, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Ashish Sonig, Univ at Buffalo,
Buffalo, NY; Sananthan Sananthan, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Peter Kan,
Edward Duckworth, Baylor Coll of Med, Houston, TX; Chethan Venkatasubba
Rao, Baylor Coll of Med, Tampa, FL; Adam Arthur, Lucas Elijovich, Nitin Goyal,
Semmes-Murphey Neurologic and Spine Inst, Memphis, TN; Italo Linfante, Guilherme
Dabus, Miami Cardiac & Vascular Inst, Miami, FL; Aquilla Turk, Raymond Turner,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Kenneth Snyder, Elad Levy, Adnan
Siddqui, Univ at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Poster Board Number MP5 / Presentation Number WMP5
Endovascular Therapy Stroke Outcome in Very Elderly: Meta-analysis
Michelle P Lin, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; David S Liebeskind,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Steven Cen, William J Mack, Arun P Amar, Matthew Tenser,
Amytis Towfighi, Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP6 / Presentation Number WMP6
Earlier Treatment is Associated with Higher Reperfusion Rates and Better
Outcomes in the SWIFT PRIME Trial
Dileep R Yavagal, Univ of Miami, Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Jeffery Saver, UCLA,
Los Angeles, CA; Mayanak Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Reza Jahan,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Raul Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Tudor Jovin, UPMC,
Pittsburgh, PA; christophe cognard, Hôpital Purpan, Tolouse, France; Chris Diener,
Univ Duisburg-Essen, Essen, Germany; elad levy, Univ of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY; Alain
Bonafe, Hôpital Gui de Chauliac, Chu de Montpellier, France; vitor Periera, Univ of
Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Greg Albers, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number MP7 / Presentation Number WMP7
Cost Effectiveness of Stent-retriever Thrombectomy Compared With
Intravenous Thrombolytic Therapy Alone in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Saqib A Chaudhry, Michigan State Univ, Lansing, MI; Muhammad F Ishfaq, Kamesh
Sivagnanam, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St CLoud, MN; Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat
Qureshi Stroke Inst, University of Minnesota, MN
FAHAs and other stroke leaders – please be sure to show your support for
young investigators and attend the poster sessions.
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Poster Board Number MP8 / Presentation Number WMP8
Results of Trevo Acute Ischemic Stroke Thrombectomy Registry: Predictors
of Clinical Outcome
O O Zaidat, A Castonguay, Medical Coll of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; D Haussen,
Emory, Atlanta, GA; J English, California Pacific Medical Ctr, SF, CA; H Farid, St Jude
Med, Chicago, IL; E Veznedaroglu, M Binning, Capital Health, Pennington, NJ; A S
Puri, U Mass, Boston, MA; S Y Hou, U Mass, Boston, NJ; V Janardhan, Texas Stroke
Inst, Dallas, TX; N Vora, R F Budzik, Riverside Radiology, Columbus, OH; A Alshekhlee,
SSM Neuroscience Inst, St Louis, MO; M G Abraham, Univ of Kansas, Kansas, KS;
R Edgell, St Louis Univ, St Louis, MO; A Taqi, SNC, LA, CA; E Lin, St Vincent Mercy
Hosp, Toledo, OH; R Khoury, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; M Mokin, Univ of S Florida,
Tampa, FL; A Q Majjhoo, Wayne State, Detroit, MI; M R Kabbani, Gunderson, La
Cross, WI; M T Froehler, Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN; I Finch, John Muir Med Ctr, Walnut
Creek, CA; S Prabhakaran, Northwestern, Chicago, IL; R Novakovic, UT Southwestern,
Dallas, TX; T Nguyen, Boston Med Ctr, Boston, MA; S Mehta, St Louis Univ, St Louis,
MO; S A Quadri, SNC, LA, CA; P Ramakrishnan, R G Nogueira, Emory, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number MP9 / Presentation Number WMP9
National Trends in the Use of Endovascular Stroke Treatment at Academic
Medical Centers (2009-15)
Elan Guterman, Zachary D Threlkeld, Wade S Smith, UC San Francisco, San Francisco,
CA; Jay Chol Choi, Jeju Natl Univ, Jeju, Korea, Republic of; Anthony S Kim, UC San
Francisco, San Francisco, CA Poster Board Number MP10 / Presentation Number WMP10
Validation of the Pittsburgh Response to Endovascular Therapy (PRE) Score
in IMS3
Srikant Rangaraju, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Diogo Haussen, Raul Nogueira, Emory
Univ and Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Fadi Nahab, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA;
Michael Frankel, Emory Univ and Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Tudor Jovin,
Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number MP11 / Presentation Number WMP11
Arterial Occlusive Lesion Location Does Not Impact Functional Outcome in
Patients with Endovascular Reperfusion
Sun Kim, Soren Christensen, Michael Mlynash, Jenny P Tsai, Christian Federau,
Stephanie M Kemp, Nishant Mishra, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA; Michael Frankel,
Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Seena Dehkharghani, Emory Univ Hosp, Atlanta,
GA; Thomas G Devlin, Univ of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, SC; Dileep
R Yavagal, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Naveed Akhtar, Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch
Neuroscience Inst, Kansas City, MO; Jovin Tudor, Univ of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA;
Raul Nogueira, Emory Univ Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Roland Bammer, Stanford Medical Ctr,
Stanford, CA; Matus Straka, iSchemaView, Menlo Park, CA; Greg Zaharchuk, Greg W
Albers, Michael Marks, Maarten Lansberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number MP12 / Presentation Number WMP12
Thrombectomy Saves Lives AND Saves Money: A Call for Action
Mohammad Moussavi, Daniel Korya, Spozhmy Panezai, Jaskiran Brar, Siddhart
Mehta, Audrey Arango, Ihtesham Qureshi, Jawad Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Acute Neuroimaging Moderated Poster Tour
WMP13 – WMP24
SECTION 2
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP13 / Presentation Number WMP13
Predictive Value of Rapid-assessed Cerebral Blood Volume and Cerebral Blood
Flow Ct Perfusion Thresholds on Final Infarct Volume Following Successful
Reperfusion: Analysis of The SWIFT PRIME Trial Data
Maxim Mokin, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Elad Levy, Univ at Buffalo, Buffalo,
NY; Jeffrey L Saver, David Geffen Sch of Med at the Univ of California Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Alain Bonafe,
Hôpital Gui-de-Chauliac, Montpellier, France; Christophe Cognard, Univ Hosp of
Toulouse, Toulouse, France; Reza Jahan, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles,
CA; Gregory W Albers, Stanford Univ Sch of Med, Stanford, CA; for the SWIFT
PRIME Investigators
Poster Board Number MP14 / Presentation Number WMP14
Increased Diffusion Heterogeneity After Acute Ischemic Stroke is Associated
With Salvageable Tissue
Ona Wu, Arne Lauer, Gregoire Boulouis, Lisa Cloonan, Mark Etherton, Abigail S Cohen,
Pedro T Cougo-Pinto, Katherine Mott, William A Copen, Natalia S Rost, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP15 / Presentation Number WMP15
Hyperperfusion on Arterial Spin Labeling: Objective Decision Support Using
Pattern Recognition
Fabien Scalzo, Songlin Yu, Sagar Patel, David Liebeskind, Danny Wang, UCLA, Los
Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP16 / Presentation Number WMP16
Eloquence-Weighted Imaging Improves Clinical Outcomes Prediction in
Endovascular Stroke Therapy
Sunil A Sheth, David S Liebeskind, Conrad W Liang, Univ of California, Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA; Albert J Yoo, Texas Stroke Inst, Dallas, TX; Reza Jahan, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Vitor
M Pereira, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Jan Gralla, Inselspital Hosp, Bern,
Switzerland; Greg Albers, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary,
Calgary, AB; Jeffey L Saver, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP17 / Presentation Number WMP17
Severe CT Perfusion Bolus Delays Predict Infarct Growth Despite Reperfusion
Soren Christensen, Jenny Tsai, Stephanie Kemp, Nishant Mishra, Sun Kim, Michael
Mlynash, Christian Federau, Roland Bammer, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA; Michael
Frankel, Seena Dehkharghani, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Thomas Devlin, Univ of
Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN; Dileep Yavagal, Univ of Miami, Miami,
FL; Matus Straka, IschemaView, Menlo Park, CA; Greg Zaharchuk, Stanford Univ,
Stanford, CA; Naveed Akhtar, Marion Bloch Neuroscience Inst, Kansas City, MO; Diogo
Haussen, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Michael Marks, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA; Tudor
Jovin, Univ of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; Raul Nogueira, Emory Univ Hosp, Atlanta,
GA; Greg Albers, Maarten Lansberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number MP18 / Presentation Number WMP18
Thrombus Length Estimation on Delayed Gadolinium-enhanced T1
Shenqiang Yan, Qingmeng Chen, Mengjun Xu, Min Lou, the 2nd Affiliated Hosp of
Zhejiang Univ, Sch of Med, Hangzhou, China
Poster Board Number MP19 / Presentation Number WMP19
Effect of Onset to Treatment Time on Penumbral Salvage in IV Thrombolysis in
Acute Stroke: MRI-based Study
Kaylie Cullison, Lawrence L Latour, Richard T Benson, Amie W Hsia, Richard Leigh,
John K Lynch, Jose G Merino, Zurab Nadareishvili, Marie Luby, NINDS, Stroke Branch,
Bethesda, MD; NINDS, Stroke Branch
Poster Board Number MP20 / Presentation Number WMP20
Validation of an Efficient Machine-learning Approach to Quantify CSF Volume
Changes Using Multicenter CT Scans
Yasheng Chen, The Univ of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; Raj Dhar,
Tobias Kulik, Kristy Yuan, Laura Heitsch, Andria Ford, Washington Univ in St Louis,
St Louis, MO; Weili Lin, Dinggang Shen, Hongyu An, The Univ of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; Jin-Moo Lee, Washington Univ in St Louis, St Louis, MO
Primary
Poster Board Number MP21 / Presentation Number WMP21
Which is a Better Predictor of Functional Outcome, TICI Score or Perfusion
Imaging?
Ilana Spokoyny, Michael Mlynash, Christian E Federau, Stephanie M Kemp, Maarten
G Lansberg, Michael P Marks, Gregory W Albers, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number MP22 / Presentation Number WMP22
Reduced White Matter Integrity in Acute Stroke Patients With Language
Deficits: a Tract-based Spatial Statistics Study
Pouria Mossahebi, Veena A. Nair, Christian La, Justin A. Sattin, Vivek Prabhakaran,
Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number MP23 / Presentation Number WMP23
Regional Assessment of Multi-phase CTA and CT Perfusion are Equivalent in
Predicting Tissue Fate in Ischemic Stroke
Christopher D d’Esterre, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Anurag Trivedi, Victoria
General Hosp, Univ of British Columbia, Victoria, BC, Canada; Yukun Zhang, Shivanand Patil, Pooneh Pordeli, Emmad Qazi, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Seong
Hwan Ahn, Chosun Univ Sch of Med, Gwang Ju, Korea, Republic of; Mohamed Najm,
Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Enrico Fainardi, Univ Hosp, Ferrara, Ferrara,
Italy; Marta Rubiera, Hosp Vall d’Hebron, Ps Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain; Michael
D Hill, Andrew M Demchuk, Mayank Goyal, Tolulope Sajobi, Bijoy K Menon, Univ of
Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
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Poster Board Number MP24 / Presentation Number WMP24
Quantitative Relaxometry Quantifies Brain Edema After Ischemic Stroke
Thomas W Battey, Iris Y Zhou, Ann-Christin U Ostwaldt, Takahiro Igarashi, Philip Z
Sun, W Taylor Kimberly, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Aneurysm & Health Services, Quality WMP25 – WMP36
Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Moderated Poster Tour
SECTION 3
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP25 / Presentation Number WMP25
Periprocedural Predictors of Acute Ischemic Stroke and Mortality in
Endovascular Treatment of Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysm
Tapan V Mehta, Mohammed Hussain, Priya Narwal, Univ of Connecticut, Hartford, CT;
Paul Mazaris, Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Violiza Inoa-Acosta, Hartfod Hosp, Hartford,
CT; Martin Ollenschleger, Harford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Gary Spiegel, Hartford Hosp,
Hartford, CT; Louise McCullough, Univ of Connecticut, Hartford, CT
Poster Board Number MP26 / Presentation Number WMP26
Missense Mutation in COL22A1 is Associated With Intracranial Aneurysms
Quynh Ton, Daniel Leino, Cincinnati Children’s Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Joseph
Broderick, Tatiana Foroud, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Saulius Sumanas,
Cincinnati Children’s Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number MP27 / Presentation Number WMP27
Differential Gene Expression in Coiled Versus Flow-diverter Treated Aneurysms:
a RNA-Seq Analysis in Rabbit Aneurysm Model
Aymeric Rouchaud, Collin R Johnson, Evan P Thielen, Dana J Schroeder, Yong Hong
Ding, Daying Dai, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, Rochester, MN; Juan Cebral, George
Mason Univ, Fairfax, VA; David F Kallmes, Ramanathan Kadirvel, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN, Rochester, MN
Poster Board Number MP28 / Presentation Number WMP28
Association Between Diffusion Positive Lesion and Antiplatelet Drug
Resistance After Coiling for Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysm
Kyung Il Jo, Je Young Yeon, Jong Soo Kim, Jong Soo Kim, Seung Chyul Hong,
Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number MP29 / Presentation Number WMP29
Safety and Efficacy of WEB Flow Disruption in Treatment of Bifurcation
Aneurysms: Results in a Cumulated Population of 3 Good Clinical Practice
Studies (WEBCAST, French Observatory, WEBCAST 2)
Laurent Pierot, CHU Reims, REIMS, France; Andrew Molyneux, James Byrne, Oxford
Radcliffe Hosp, Oxford, United Kingdom; WEBCAST, French Observatory, WEBCAST 2
Investigators
Poster Board Number MP30 / Presentation Number WMP30
Quantitative Aneurysm Flow Evaluation of Combined FD and Coil Treatment
Shows Higher Flow Reduction During the Healing Process Based on 2D
DSA Images
Aichi Chien, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Qianyi Yu, Xu Gao, Fernando Vinuela, UCLA, Div
of Interventional Neuroradiology, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP31 / Presentation Number WMP31
National Trends in Transfer of Patients With Intracerebral Hemorrhage to
Teaching Hospitals
Farhaan Vahidy, UT-HSC, Houston, TX; Karen Albright, John P Donnelly, Angela H
Shapshak, Univ of Alabama, Birmingham, AL; Sean I Savitz, UT-HSC, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number MP32 / Presentation Number WMP32
Variation in the Rates of Acute Ischemic Stroke Transfers Between Hospitals in
the United States
Syed F Ali, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Gregg Fonarow, UCLA, LA, CA;
Eric Smith, Cumming Sch of Med, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Li Liang,
Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Robert Sutter, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; Ying
Xian, Eric Peterson, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Deepak Bhatt, Brigham and
Women’s Hosp Heart & Vascular Ctr, Boston, MA; Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP33 / Presentation Number WMP33
Effects of Organized Stroke Care on In-hospital Mortality and Morbidity of
Patients With Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke: J-ASPECT Study
Satoru Kamitani, The Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Kunihiro Nishimura, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Akiko Kada, Nagoya Medical Ctr, Nagoya, Japan;
Tetsurou Sayama, Ataru Nishimura, Ryouta Kurogi, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan;
Fumiaki Nakamura, The Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Daisuke Onozuka, Kyushu Univ,
Fukuoka, Japan; Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ, Morioka, Japan; Yoshiaki
Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ, Mitaka, Japan; Shigeru Miyachi, Osaka Medical Colledge,
Takatsuki, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Coll of Med, Nishinomiya, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Jyouji Nakagawara, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan;
Shinya Matsuda, Univ of Environmental and Occupational Health, Kita-kyushu, Japan;
Kazuo Okuchi, Nara Medical Univ, Kashihara, Japan; Toru Aruga, Showa Univ, Tokyo,
Japan; Junichi Ono, Chiba Cardiovascular Ctr, Ichihara, Japan; Izumi Nagata, Kokura
Kinen Hosp, Kita-kyushu, Japan; Yoshihiro Miyamoto, Michiaki Iwata, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Akihito Hagihara, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan;
Akifumi Suzuki, Res Inst for Brain and Blood Vessels Akita, Akita, Japan; Hiroharu
Kataoka, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Koichi B Ishikawa, Natl
Cancer Ctr, Tokyo, Japan; Koji Iihara, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP34 / Presentation Number WMP34
Use of Intravenous Tissue Plasminogen Activator in Patients Without a Stroke
(Stroke Mimics): Findings From the get With the Guidelines Stroke Registry
Ying Xian, Jerome J Federspiel, Margueritte Cox, Adrian F Hernandez, Andrzej S
Kosinski, Janet P Bettger, Phillip Schulte, Barbara Lytle, Duke Univ, Durham, NC;
Gregg C Fonarow, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Eric E Smith, Univ
of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Deepak L Bhatt, Brigham and Women’s Hosp
Heart & Vascular Ctr and Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Eric D Peterson, Duke Univ, Durham, NC
Poster Board Number MP35 / Presentation Number WMP35
IV tPA-treated Stroke Mimic Rates Are Rising at CT-based Community Hospitals
vs MRI-based Regional Stroke Centers: What is the Impact on Clinical
Outcome?
Tina M Burton, Marie Luby, Larry L Latour, Richard T Benson, John K Lynch, Zurab
Nadareishvili, Amie W Hsia, NIH/NINDS, Bethesda, MD
Poster Board Number MP36 / Presentation Number WMP36
Management of Hypertension in Primary Care Safety-net Clinics in the United
States: A Comparison of Community Health Centers and Private Physician’s
Offices
Valy Fontil, Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco,
CA; Oanh Nguyen, Univ of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, TX; David Guzman, Elizabeth
Goldman, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery Moderated Poster Tour
WMP37 – WMP48
SECTION 4
Moderator: Jaroslaw Aronowski, MD, PhD, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number MP37 / Presentation Number WMP37
Neurovascular Protection by Telmisartan Via Reducing Neuroinflammation in
SHR-SR Brain After Ischemic Stroke
Syoichiro Kono, Okayama Natl Hosp Medical Ctr, Okayama, Japan; Tomoko Kurata,
Uohashi Hosp, Aioi, Japan; Kota Sato, Nozomi Hishikawa, Toru Yamashita, Okayama
Univ, Okayama, Japan; Kentaro Deguchi, Okayama Citizens’ Hosp, Okayama, Japan;
Koji Abe, Okayama Univ, Okayama, Japan
Poster Board Number MP38 / Presentation Number WMP38
ABCA1/HDL Pathway Mediates GW3965 Induced Neurorestoration and
White Matter Remodeling After Stroke
Xu Cui, Jieli Chen, Alex Zacharek, Yisheng Cui, Cynthia Roberts, Michael Chopp,
Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP39 / Presentation Number WMP39
Exosomes Derived From Ischemic Cerebral Endothelial Cells and Neural
Progenitor Cells Enhance Neurogenesis and Angiogenesis
Wan Long Pan, Xiao Ming Zhang, North Sichuan Medical Univ, Nanchong, China; Xian
Shuang Liu, Chao Li, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI; Jia Ni Hu, Wayne State
Univ, Detroit, MI; Michael Chopp, Zheng Gang Zhang, Henry Ford Health System,
Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP40 / Presentation Number WMP40
Intra-arterial Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Large Animal Endovascular Canine
Stroke Model: Findings on Serial Diffusion Tensor Imaging
Luis Guada, Pattany Pradip, Kevin Ramdas, Ryan Pafford, Gaurav Saigal, Yavagal
Dileep, Univ of Miami, MIAMI, FL
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Poster Board Number MP41 / Presentation Number WMP41
Characterization of MicroRNAs and Their Target Proteins in Distal Axons of
Cortical Neurons
Chao Li, Yi Zhang, Albert M Levin, Michael Chopp, Zheng Gang Zhang, Henry Ford
Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP42 / Presentation Number WMP42
Astrocyte Specific rAAV-mediated Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 Expression
in Aging Female Rats Increases Post-Stroke Survival and Sensory Motor
Performance
Andre K Okoreeh, Shameena Bake, Farida Sohrabji, Texas A&M Health Science Ctr,
Bryan, TX
Poster Board Number MP43 / Presentation Number WMP43
Microrna-210 Improves Long-term Outcome in the Ischemic Mice via La
Regulation of BDNF
Lili Zeng, Guo-Yuan Yang, Ruijin Hosp, Shanghai, China
Poster Board Number MP44 / Presentation Number WMP44
Mir-145 Mediates Bone-marrow-stromal Cell Derived From Type-one Diabetes
(t1dm) Rats Induced Neurorestorative Effects in T1dm Rats
Chengcheng Cui, Michael Chopp, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI; Xinchun Ye, The
Affiliated Hosp of Xuzhou Medical Coll, Xuzhou, China; Alex Zacharek, Ruizhou Ning,
Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI; Tao Yan, Neurology of Tianjin Medical Univ General
Hosp, Tianjin, China; Xu Cui, Peng Yu, Cynthia Roberts, Jieli Chen, Henry Ford Hosp,
Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP45 / Presentation Number WMP45
Manipulation of the Microbiome Improves Functional Recovery After
Ischemic Stroke
Michal Jandzinski, Venugopal Venna, Anjali Chauhan, Univ of Connecticut, Farmington, CT;
Joerg Graf, Univ of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Louise D McCullough, Univ of Connecticut,
Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number MP46 / Presentation Number WMP46
Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor, Sodium Butyrate, Exhibits Neuroprotective
Effects in a Stroke Model of Middle-Aged Female Rats
Min Jung Park, Farida Sohrabji, Texas A&M Health Science Ctr, Bryan, TX
Poster Board Number MP47 / Presentation Number WMP47
Nrf2 Deficiency Exacerbates Sensorimotor Deficit and Impairs Long-term
Functional Recovery After Ischemic Stroke
Lei Liu, Yasmin Dweik, Matthew Weider, Katie Vollmer, Victoria Fernandez, Sylvain Doré,
Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL Primary
Poster Board Number MP48 / Presentation Number WMP48
Delayed Intravenous Administration of Drag Reducing Polymers Improves Brain
Microcirculation and Neurologic Outcome After Permanent Middle Cerebral
Artery Occlusion in Rats
Olga A Bragina, Univ of New Mexico Sch of Med, Albuquerque, NM; Jun Wu,
Xiangya Hosp, Changsha, China; Yirong Yang, Univ of New Mexico, Coll of Pharmacy,
Albuquerque, NM; Marina V Kameneva, McGowan Inst for Regenerative Med, Univ of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; Edwin M Nemoto, Denis E Bragin, Univ of New Mexico
Sch of Med, Albuquerque, NM
Community/Risk Factors Moderated Poster Tour WMP49 – WMP60
SECTION 5
Moderator: Tatjana Rundek, MD, PhD, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number MP49 / Presentation Number WMP49
Temporal Trends in the Burden of Atrial Fibrillation in Acute Ischemic Stroke
and Transient Ischemic Attack in the United States
Fadar O Otite, Priyank Khandelwal, Seemant Chaturvedi, Jose G Romano, Ralph L
Sacco, Amer M Malik, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med/Jackson Memorial Hosp,
Miami, FL
Poster Board Number MP50 / Presentation Number WMP50
Pregnancy in Advanced Age Increases the Risk of Hemorrhagic Stroke in Postmenopausal Women Analysis of Women’s Health Initiative Study
Adnan I Qureshi, Omar Saeed, Ahmed A Malik, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, StCloud,
MN; Jan Jan Degenhardt, Roland Roland Ax-Fliedner, Thomas Kohl, Dept of Prenatal
Med, Univ Hosp, Justus-Liebig Univ, Giessen, German, Giessen, Germany
Poster Board Number MP51 / Presentation Number WMP51
Patients’ Social Networks Influence Timing of Hospital Arrival After Acute
Ischemic Stroke: a Mixed Methods Study
Amar Dhand, Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO; Douglas Luke, Washington
Univ in St Louis, St Louis, MO; Michael Tsiaklides, Catherine Lang, Jin-Moo Lee,
Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO
Poster Board Number MP52 / Presentation Number WMP52
Shake, Rattle & Roll Trial – Effects on Blood Pressure Control and Therapy
Mai N Nguyen-Huynh, Joseph D Young, Terrence A Chin, Mike Sorel, Charles
Quesenberry, Stacey Alexeeff, Stephen Sidney, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA
Poster Board Number MP53 / Presentation Number WMP53
Sex Differences n Long-term Mortality and Disability After Stroke:
The International Stroke Outcomes Study
Hoang T Phan, Menzies Inst for Medical Res, Tasmania, Hobart, Australia; Mathew
J Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, Michigan, USA, MI; Leigh Blizzard,
Menzies Inst for Medical Res, Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia; Amanda
Thrift, Dominique Cadilhac, Sch of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, Monash
Univ, Melbourne, Australia; Emma Heeley, The George Inst for Global Health, Univ
of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Jonathan Sturm, Sch of Clinical Sciences at Monash
Health, Monash Univ, Melbourne, Australia; INSTRUCT Study Investigators; Seana
Gall, Menzies Inst for Medical Res, Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
Poster Board Number MP54 / Presentation Number WMP54
Cerebrovascular Accidents in Patients With a Left Ventricular Assist Device
Yuichi Miyazaki, Osamu Seguchi, Tomotaka Tanaka, Hiroki Hata, Mikito Hayakawa,
Katsufumi Kajimoto, Hiroshi Yamagami, Masanobu Yanase, Kazuyuki Nagatuka, Jun
C Takahashi, Tomoyuki Fujita, Takeshi Nakatani, Kazuo Minematsu, Kazunori Toyoda,
Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP55 / Presentation Number WMP55
Racial Disparities in Stroke Recovery: a Meta-analysis
Pratik Y Chhatbar, Hamin Lee, Bruce Ovbiagele, Daniel T Lackland, Robert J Adams,
Wuwei Feng, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number MP56 / Presentation Number WMP56
Physical Inactivity and Slower Gait Speed in an Elderly Multi-ethnic Population:
The Northern Manhattan Study
Joshua Z Willey, Yeseon P Moon, Ying Kuen Cheung, Columbia Univ, New York, NY;
Clinton B Wright, Ralph L Sacco, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia
Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP57 / Presentation Number WMP57
Worsening Migraines in Current Hormone Replacement Therapy Users Predicts
Higher Risk of Stroke
Haseeb A Rahman, Houston Methodist Hosp, Houston, TX; Ahmed Malik, Omar Saeed,
Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, Minneapolis, MN; Abraham Thomas, Houston Methodist
Hosp, Houston, TX; Adnan Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, Minneapolis, MN
Poster Board Number MP58 / Presentation Number WMP58
Burden and Distribution of Cerebral Microbleeds Predict Long-Term Mortality
in Lacunar Stroke Patients
Tae-Jin Song, Ewha Womans Univ Sch of Med, Seoul, Korea, Seoul, Korea, Republic
of; Jinkwon Kim, CHA Bundang Medical Ctr, CHA Univ, Seongnam, Korea, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Dongbeom Song, Hyo Suk Nam, Young Dae Kim, Yonsei Univ Coll
of Med, Seoul, Korea, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Yong-Jae Kim, Ewha Womans Univ
Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Ji Hoe Heo, Yonsei Univ Coll of
Med, Seoul, Korea, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number MP59 / Presentation Number WMP59
Multiple Scattered Tiny Cerebral Infarctions Are Unlikely Cardiogenic
Yi Dong, Dept of Neurology, Huashan Hosp, State Key of Lab of Neurobiology, Fudan
Univ, Shanghai, China; Yuan Gao, Dept of Neurology, The 1st hospital Affiliated Zhengzhou Univ, Zhengzhou, China; Deepak S Nair, Sarah Parker, Jan L Jahnel, Terasa G
Swanson-Devlin, Judith M Beck, Mathews Maureen, Clayton J Mcneil, Illinois Neurology Inst, OSF Medical Ctr, Peoria, IL; Qiang Dong, Dept of Neurology, Huashan Hosp,
State Key of Lab of Neurobiology, Fudan Univ, Shanghai, China; Manas Upadhyaya,
David Z Wang, Illinois Neurology Inst, OSF Medical Ctr, Peoria, IL
Poster Board Number MP60 / Presentation Number WMP60
Interactive Children’s Stroke Program Yields High Profiecency Scores on 6
Month Assessment
Janie L Wheeler, Cindy Swope, Mount Carmel St Ann’s, Westerville, OH
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Emergency Care/Systems Moderated Poster Tour WMP61 – WMP72
SECTION 6
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP61 / Presentation Number WMP61
Drip-and-Ship versus Front-Door Strategy of Preceding Intravenous
Thrombolysis in Patients Receiving Endovascular Therapy; An Analysis From
the Clinical Research Center for Stroke-5th division Registry in Korea
Hong-Kyun Park, Seong-Ho Park, Moon-Ku Han, Beom Joon Kim, Seoul Natl Univ
Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si, Korea, Republic of; Jong-Moo Park, Kyusik Kang, Eulji
General Hosp, Eulji Univ, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Soo Joo Lee, Youngchai Ko, Eulji
Univ Hosp, Eulji Univ, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Jae-Kwan Cha, Dae-Hyun Kim,
Dong-A Univ Hosp, Busan, Korea, Republic of; Tai Hwan Park, Seoul Medical Ctr,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Kyung Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Jun Lee, Yeungnam Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Keun-Sik
Hong, Yong-Jin Cho, Ilsan Paik Hosp, Inje Univ, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; ByungChul Lee, Kyung-Ho Yu, Hallym Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Anyang, Korea, Republic of;
Dong-Eog Kim, Dongguk Univ Ilsan Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Ki-Hyun Cho,
Joon-Tae Kim, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Jay Chol Choi,
Jeju Natl Univ Hosp, Jeju Natl Univ Sch of Med, Jeju, Korea, Republic of; Wook-Joo
Kim, Ulsan Univ Coll of Med, Ulsan, Korea, Republic of; Dong-Ick Shin, Min-Ju Yeo,
Chungbuk Natl Univ Hosp, Cheongju, Korea, Republic of; Sung Il Sohn, Jeong-Ho
Hong, Keimyung Univ Dongsan Medical Ctr, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Min-Uk Jang,
Hallym Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Chuncheon, Korea, Republic of; Ji Sung Lee, ASAN
Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number MP62 / Presentation Number WMP62
Achieving Ultra-Fast Door-to-Needle Times With a “Treat-in-CT”
Acute Stroke Protocol
Andria L Ford, Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Jennifer A Williams,
Brian Hoff, Barnes-Jewish Hosp, Saint Louis, MO; David Curfman, Rebecca Wiesehan,
Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Michael Steinkruger, Barnes-Jewish
Hosp, Saint Louis, MO; Hawnwan Phil Moy, Laura Heitsch, Peter Panagos, Jin-Moo
Lee, Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO
Poster Board Number MP63 / Presentation Number WMP63
Outcomes After Regionalization of Acute Stroke Care: Time Trend Analysis
From Multiple Counties in the State of California
Prasanthi Govindarajan, Stanford Univ Medical Ctr, Stanford, CA; Steve Shiboski,
Barbara Grimes, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Larry Cook,
Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, UT; David Ghilarducci, American Medical
Response, Santa Cruz, CA; SClaiborne Johnston, Dell Medical Sch, Austin, TX
Poster Board Number MP64 / Presentation Number WMP64
Door to Groin Puncture Times in Patients Managed on a Mobile Stroke Unit:
Pilot Data
Amanda L Jagolino, Chunyan Cai, Mohammad Hossein Rahbar, Stephanie Parker,
Ritvij Bowry, James C Grotta, Univ of Texas at Houston, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number MP68 / Presentation Number WMP68
Smartphone Support System for Mobile Imaging Display and Management of
Acute Stroke
Kristina Shkirkova, Eftitan Y Akam, Josephine F Huang, Sunil A Sheth, May Nour, Conrad
Liang, Michael H McManus, Van D Trinh, Gary Duckwiler, Jason Tarpley, F Vinuela,
Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; UCLA Stroke Systems of Care Study Group
Poster Board Number MP69 / Presentation Number WMP69
Access to Endovascular Treatment in Remote Areas: Analysis of the
Reperfusion Treatment Registry of Catalonia
Laura Dorado, Natalia Pérez de la Ossa, Hosp Univri Germans Trias i Pujol, Badalona,
Spain; Sonia Abilleira, Stroke Program, Agency for Health Quality and Assessment of
Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain; Pere Cardona, Hosp Univri Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain;
Eva Giralt, Hosp del Mar, Barcelona, Spain; Xabier Urra, Hosp Clínic, Barcelona, Spain;
Marc Ribó, Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain; David Cánovas, Hosp Parc
Taulí, Sabadell, Spain; Moisés Garcés, Hosp Verge de la Cinta, Tortosa, Spain; Jurek
Krupinski, Hosp Mútua Terrassa, Terrassa, Spain; Joan Martí-Fábregas, Hosp Santa
Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain; Anna Pellisé, Hosp Joan XXIII, Tarragona, Spain;
Francisco Purroy, Hosp Arnau de Vilanova, Lleida, Spain; Júlia Saura, Hosp Althaia,
Manresa, Spain; Joaquín Serena, Hosp Univri Josep Trueta, Girona, Spain; Carlos
Molina, Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain; Antoni Dávalos, Hosp Univri
Germans Trias i Pujol, Badalona, Spain; Miquel Gallofré, Stroke Program, Agency for
Health Quality and Assessment of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain; Catalan Stroke Code
and Reperfusion Consortium (Cat-SCR)
Poster Board Number MP70 / Presentation Number WMP70
Accuracy of Emergency Dispatcher Stroke Recognition When Employing a
Stroke Screening Tool: A Systematic Review
John A Oostema, Trevor Carle, Nadine Talia, Michigan State Univ Coll of Human Med,
Grand Rapids, MI; Mathew Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI
Poster Board Number MP71 / Presentation Number WMP71
Multimodal Imaging Yields Low Number of Stroke Mimics Treated With
Thrombolytic Therapy Without Sacrificing Door-to-Needle Times
Allison E Arch, Sidney Starkman, Bryan Yoo, Rodel Alfonso, Kristina Shkirkova, Josephine Huang, May Nour, Jason Tarpley, Michael McManus, Jonathan T Kleinman, Paul
M Vespa, Manuel Buitrago-Blanco, Kwan L Ng, Doojin Kim, Jason D Hinman, Neal
Rao, Latisha K Ali, David S Liebeskind, Jeffrey L Saver, Ronald Regan UCLA Medical
Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP72 / Presentation Number WMP72
Onset-to-Arrival Time Varies by Race and Stroke Severity
Kori Sauser-Zachrison, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Thomas Land,
Thomas W Soare, Anita Christie, Laura Nasuti, Massachusetts Dept of Public Health,
Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
In-hospital Treatment Moderated Poster Tour
WMP73 – WMP84
SECTION 7
Moderator: Keith Muir, MD, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number MP73 / Presentation Number WMP73
Interictal Epileptiform Discharges and Periodic Patterns After Acute Ischemic
Stroke Are Associated With Poor Prognosis
Fabricio O Lima, João A Ricardo, Ana C Coan, UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil; Diogo
C Soriano, ABC Federal Univ, Santo André-SP, Brazil; Wagner M Avelar, Li M Li,
UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil
Poster Board Number MP65 / Presentation Number WMP65
A Dichotomized Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Score is Correlated With
Revascularization Therapy in Acute Stroke
Christopher T Richards, Northwestern Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Eddie
Markul, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL; Leslee Stein-Spencer,
Chicago Fire Dept, Chicago, IL; Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Feinberg Sch
of Med, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number MP74 / Presentation Number WMP74
Admission Volume Depletion is Associated With Poor Outcome in Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Harn Shiue, Karen C Albright, Kara A Sands, April Sisson, Reza Bavarsad Shahripour,
Michael Lyerly, Kanika Arora, Alissa Gadpaille, Ayaz Khawaja, Benjamin A Jones,
Toby Gropen, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number MP66 / Presentation Number WMP66
Minnesota Prehospital Stroke Scale For Prediction of Emergent Large
Vessel Occlusion
Takamasa Higashimori, David Anderson, Univ of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Poster Board Number MP67 / Presentation Number WMP67
Stroke Screening Tools Have High Specificity for Detecting Large Vessel
Occlusion in a Southeastern US Prospective Cohort Study
Sakib Qureshi, Ahmad Umair Janjua, Atlanta Medical Ctr, Atlanta, GA; Syed Ali Raza,
Cynthia Brasher, Aaron Anderson, Samir Belagaje, Srikant Ranagaraju, Michael R
Frankel, Raul Nogueira, Diogo C Haussen, James Greene, Paul MacDonald, Vijayakumar Javalkar, Robin Dharia, Mahmoud Obideen, Seena Dehkharghani, Emory Univ,
Atlanta, GA; Debbie Camp, Piedmont Newnan, Newnan, GA; James Lugtu, Georgia
Coverdell Acute Stroke Registry, Atlanta, GA; Carole Ehleben, Atlanta Medical Ctr,
Atlanta, GA; Fadi Nahab, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
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Poster Board Number MP75 / Presentation Number WMP75
Infection is Strong Predictor of In-hospital Stroke and Mortality in Patients on
Maintenance Hemodialysis – Ten Year Experience
Pawani Sachar, Monica Dhakar, Mohammed F Sunbulli, Kumar Rajamani, Wayne
State Univ, Detroit Medical Ctr, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP76 / Presentation Number WMP76
Increased Systolic Blood Pressure Variability is Associated With Symptomatic
Intracerebral Hemorrhage After Endovascular Treatment for Stroke
Alicia Bennett, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Michael Wilder, Univ of Louisville,
Louisville, KY; Jennifer Majersik, Safdar Ansari, Adam de Havenon, Univ of Utah,
Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number MP77 / Presentation Number WMP77
Neurovascular Complications During Long-term Left Ventricular Assist Device
(LVAD) Support: Single Center Experience
Saef Izzy, Massachusetts General Hosp and Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston,
MA; Simone Renault, Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA; Daniel Rubin,
Massachusetts General Hosp and Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA; Henrikas
Vaitkevicius, Jennifer Smallwood, Michael M Givertz, Steven K Feske, Brigham and
Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP78 / Presentation Number WMP78
Follow-up High-Sensitivity C-reactive Protein is Associated With Early
Recurrent Ischemic lesions in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Yohei Tateishi, Tadashi Kanamoto, Kenjiro Nakaoka, Jumpei Hamabe, Yoichi Morofuji,
Nobutaka Horie, Tsuyoshi Izumo, Takayuki Matsuo, Akira Tsujino, Nagasaki Univ Hosp,
Nagasaki, Japan
Poster Board Number MP79 / Presentation Number WMP79
Sex-related Differences in Anti-thrombotic Therapy, Risks of Both Recurrence
and Cerebral Bleedings as Well as Functional Outcome, in Patients With Atrial
Fibrillation and Acute Stroke
Kateryna Antonenko, Natl Bogomolets Medical Univerity, Kiev, Ukraine; Valeria Caso,
Univ of Perugia, Perugia, Italy; on behalf of the RAF study
Poster Board Number MP80 / Presentation Number WMP80
Stroke Mimic Treatment Rates and Physician-patient Language Discordance
Sara K Rostanski, Olajide Williams, Joshua Stillman, Amelia K Boehme, Randolph S
Marshall, Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP81 / Presentation Number WMP81
Collaterals and the Severity of Hypoperfusion in Acute Ischemic Stroke are
Independent of Dehydration or Volume Status
David S Liebeskind, Graham W Woolf, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles,
CA; Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Dezhi Liu,
Brandon Lopez, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Sunil A Sheth,
Conrad W Liang, Latisha K Ali, Doojin Kim, Jason D Hinman, Neal M Rao, Sidney
Starkman, Reza Jahan, Nestor R Gonzalez, Satoshi Tateshima, Gary R Duckwiler,
Jeffrey L Saver, Bryan Yoo, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular
Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; for the UCLA Stroke Investigators
Poster Board Number MP82 / Presentation Number WMP82
Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate Decreases Transiently After Stroke in
Patients With Atrial Fibrillation
Parnian Riaz, Keith Phoa, Mahesh P Kate, Laura C Gioia, Thomas Jeerakathil, Ashfaq
Shuaib, Brian Buck, Kenneth Butcher, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number MP83 / Presentation Number WMP83
Rivaroxaban Therapy Is Not Associated with Hemorrhagic Transformation After
Acute Cardioembolic Stroke: A Prospective MRI Study
Laura C Gioia, Mahesh Kate, Leka Sivakumar, Hayrapet Kalashyan, Dulara Hussain,
Brian Buck, Miguel Bussiere, Ashfaq Shuaib, Thomas Jeerakathil, Derek Emery, Ken
Butcher, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number MP84 / Presentation Number WMP84
Worse Functional Outcome in Stroke Patients With Elevated Urine
Specific Gravity
Mona N Bahouth, Argye E Hillis, Rebecca F Gottesman, Johns Hopkins Hosp,
Baltimore, MD
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Moderated Poster Tour
WMP85 – WMP96
SECTION 8
Moderator: Matthew L Flaherty, MD, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number MP85 / Presentation Number WMP85
Significance of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in Acute Intracerebral
Hemorrhage: The INTERACT2 Study
Shoichiro Sato, Candice Delcourt, Emma Heeley, The George Inst for Global Health,
Sydney, Australia; Hisatomi Arima, Shiga Univ of Medical Sciences, Shiga, Japan;
Shihong Zhang, Sichuan Univ, Chengdu, China; Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Univ of
Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Christian Stapf, Univ of Montreal, Montreal,
QC, Canada; Daniel Woo, Matthew L Flaherty, Achala Vagal, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Christopher Levi, Univ of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia; Leo Davies,
Univ of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Jiguang Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong Univ, Shanghai,
China; Thompson Robinson, Univ of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom; Pablo M
Lavados, Univ del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile; Richard I Lindley, John Chalmers, Craig
S Anderson, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia; The INTERACT2
Investigators
Poster Board Number MP86 / Presentation Number WMP86
Evaluation of Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics and External Ventricular
Drain Management in the Clot Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated Resolution of
Intraventricular Hemorrhage trial (CLEAR III)
Wendy Ziai, Johns Hopkins Univ Neuro Criti, Baltimore, MD; Mariam Bhuiyan, Nichol
McBee, Rachel Dlugash, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Kevin
Sheth, Yale Univ, Boston, MA; Malathi Ram, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Public Health,
Baltimore, MD; Steven Mayo, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Carol
Thompson, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Public Health, Baltimore, MD; Karen Lane,
Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Issam Awad, Univ of Chicago,
Chicago, IL; Daniel F Hanley, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number MP87 / Presentation Number WMP87
Inflammatory Response in Cerebrospinal Fluid is Triggered by Large Volume
Intraventricular Hemorrhage
Javed Khader Eliyas, Maged D Fam, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Sayona John, Rush
Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL; Agnieszka Stadnik, Michael Jesselson, Lingjiao Zhang,
Meijing Wu, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Nichol McBee, Karen Lane, Wendy Ziai,
Daniel Hanley, Johns Hopkins Medical Insts, Baltimore, MD; Issam Awad, Univ of
Chicago, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number MP88 / Presentation Number WMP88
Perihematomal Edema Expansion Rate Predicts Functional Outcome in Deep
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Zachary Grunwald, Sebastian Urday, Lauren A Beslow, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven,
CT; Anastasia Vashkevich, Alison Ayres, Steven M Greenberg, Joshua N Goldstein,
Thomas W Battey, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; J Marc Simard, Univ of
Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Jonathan Rosand, W Taylor Kimberly, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Kevin N Sheth, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
Poster Board Number MP89 / Presentation Number WMP89
CT Hypodensities in Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage Predict Hematoma
Expansion
Gregoire Boulouis, Andrea Morotti, Andreas Charidimou, H Bart Brouwers, Eitan
Auriel, Octavio Pontes-Neto, Alison Ayres, Anastasia Vashkevich, Kristin M Schwab,
Jonathan Rosand, Joshua N Goldstein, Steven M Greenberg, Massachusetts General
Hosp Stroke Res Ctr, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP90 / Presentation Number WMP90
Florbetapir PET to Diagnose Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy
M Edip Gurol, J Alex Becker, Grace A Riley, Panagiotis Fotiadis, Kristin M Schwab,
Keith A Johnson, Steven M Greenberg, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP91 / Presentation Number WMP91
Hyponatremia is Associated with Higher Mortality in Intracerebral Hemorrhage:
Interact 1 and 2 Pooled Analysis
Cheryl Carcel, Shoichiro Sato, Danni Zheng, Emma Heeley, Hisatomi Arima, The
George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia; Jie Yang, Nanjing First Hosp, Nanjing
Medical Univ, Nanjing, China; Guojun Wu, Hebei Yutian Hosp, Tangshan, China;
Shihong Zhang, West China Hosp, Sichuan Univ, Chengdu, China; Candice Delcourt,
The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia; Pablo Lavados, Clínica Alemana,
Univ del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile; Thompson Robinson, Univ of Leicester, Leicester,
United Kingdom; Richard Lindley, Xia Wang, John Chalmers, Craig Anderson, The
George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia
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Poster Board Number MP92 / Presentation Number WMP92
Location of Hemorrhage Predicts Hematoma Expansion and Poor Clinical Outcome
Vignan Yogendrakumar, Univ of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Andrew M Demchuk,
Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Richard I Aviv, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON,
Canada; David Rodriguez-Luna, Carlos A Molina, Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain; Yolanda Silva Blas, Dr Josep Trueta Univ Hosp, Girona, Spain; Imanuel
Dzialowski, Elblandklinikum Meissen Academic Teaching Hosp of the Technische
Univ, Dresden, Germany; Anna Czlonkowska, 2nd Dept of Neurology, Warsaw,
Poland; Jean-Martin Boulanger, Univ of Sherbrooke, Montreal, QC, Canada; Cheemun
Lum, Univ of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Gord Gubitz, Dalhousie Univ, Halifax,
NS, Canada; Vasantha Padma, All India Inst of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India;
Jayanta Roy, Apollo Gleneagles Hosp, Kolkata, India; Carlos S Kase, Boston Medical
Ctr, Boston, MA; Rohit Bhatia, All India Inst of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India;
Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Dar Dowlatshahi, Univ of Ottawa,
Ottawa, ON, Canada; PREDICT/Sunnybrook ICH CTA Study Group
Poster Board Number MP93 / Presentation Number WMP93
Cortical Superficial Siderosis in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy: Higher
Prevalence Among Convexity Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Than Among
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Nicolas Raposo, Lionel Calviere, Vanessa Cazzola, Sofia Pastoura, Jean François
Albucher, Hôpital Pierre-Paul Riquet, Ctr Hospier Univire de Toulouse, Toulouse,
France; Jean-Bernard Ruidavets, Ctr Hospier Univire de Toulouse, Toulouse, France;
Jean Marc Olivot, François Chollet, Vincent Larrue, Christophe Cognard, Fabrice
Bonneville, Alain Viguier, Hôpital Pierre-Paul Riquet, Ctr Hospier Univire de Toulouse,
Toulouse, France
Poster Board Number MP94 / Presentation Number WMP94
Perihematomal Edema and Functional Outcomes in Intracerebral Hemorrhage:
Influence of Hematoma Volume and Location
Santosh Murthy, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Yogesh Moradiya, North
Shore Long Island Jewish Health system, New York, NY; Jesse Dawson, Kennedy
Lees, Univ of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom; Daniel Hanley, Wendy Ziai, Johns
Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number MP95 / Presentation Number WMP95
Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy Patients With Convexity Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage Present Higher Risk of Subsequent Hemorrhage Than Those With
Lobar Intracranial Hemorrhage
Lionel Calviere, Nicolas Raposo, Vanessa Cazolla, Sofia Pastoura, Jean François
Albucher, Jean-Bernard Ruidavets, Jean-Marc Olivot, François Chollet, Vincent
Larrue, Christophe Cognard, Fabrice Bonneville, Alain Viguier, Univ Hosp Purpan,
Toulouse, France
Poster Board Number MP96 / Presentation Number WMP96
Incidence of Ischemic Strokes in the Clot Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated
Resolution of Intraventricular Hemorrhage (CLEAR) Phase III Clinical Trial
Lucia A Rivera Lara, Saman Nekoovaght-Tak, Nichol McBee, Rachel Dlugash, Malathi
Ram, John Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Richard Thompson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
Sch of Public Health, Baltimore, MD; Issam A Awad, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Daniel
F Hanley, Wendy Ziai, John Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Clear III Investigators
Pediatric Stroke Moderated Poster Tour
WMP97 – WMP108
SECTION 9
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP97 / Presentation Number WMP97
Regional Cerebral Oxygen Extraction is Elevated in Tissue at High Risk of Stroke
in Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease
Andria L Ford, Kristin P Guilliams, Melanie Fields, Dustin K Ragan, Washington Univ
Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Cihat Eldeniz, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC;
Michael Binkley, Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Trey Rhodes, Washington Univ, Saint Louis, MO; Robert McKinstry, Joshua Shimony, Katie D Vo, Washington
Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Danny J Wang, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Monica
Hulbert, Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO; Hongyu An, Univ of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; Jin-Moo Lee, Washington Univ Sch of Med, Saint Louis, MO
Poster Board Number MP98 / Presentation Number WMP98
Thrombophilia Risk Factors in Perinatal Stroke: 213 Consecutive Cases
Laura Lehman, Jeanette Beaute, Hayley Malkin, Michael Rivkin, Cameron Trenor,
Boston Children’s Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP100 / Presentation Number WMP100
Factors Influencing Outcome After Childhood Arterial Ischemic Stroke
Jay Gajera, Western Health, Footscray, Australia; Belinda Stojanovski, Mark T Mackay,
The Royal Children’s Hosp, Parkville, Australia
Poster Board Number MP101 / Presentation Number WMP101
Paramedic Management of Childhood Arterial Ischemic Stroke
Belinda Stojanovski, Paul T Monagle, Fiona Newall, The Royal Children’s Hosp,
Parkville, Australia; Leonid Churilov, The Florey Inst of Neuroscience and Mental
Health, Parkville, Australia; Ian Mosley, La Trobe Univ, Melbourne, Australia; Grant
Hocking, Ambulance Victoria, Mount Helen, Australia; Mark T Mackay, The Royal
Children’s Hosp, Parkville, Australia
Poster Board Number MP102 / Presentation Number WMP102
Infantile Spasms After Early Pediatric Arterial Ischemic Stroke
Aleksandra Mineyko, Morris Scantlebury, Adam Kirton, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada
Poster Board Number MP103 / Presentation Number WMP103
Epilepsy is Associated With Poorer Neurologic Outcome After Pediatric Arterial
Ischemic Stroke
Christine K Fox, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Lori C Jordan,
Vanderbilt Univ, Nashville, TN; Mark T Mackay, The Royal Children’s Hosp, Melbourne,
Australia; Gabrielle deVeber, Hosp for Sick Children, San Francisco, ON, Canada;
Seizures in Pediatric Stroke Investigators
Poster Board Number MP104 / Presentation Number WMP104
Pediatric Cortical Vein Thrombosis: Frequency and Association With
Venous Infarction
Zak Ritchey, Amanda Kenny, David Weitzenkamp, Univ of Colorado, Anschutz Medical
Campus, Aurora, CO; Laura Z Fenton, Emily Maxwell, Timothy J Bernard, Nicholas
Stence, Children’s Hosp Colorado, Univ of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus,
Aurora, CO
Poster Board Number MP105 / Presentation Number WMP105
Quantitative Assessment of Cerebrovascular Reactivity in Paediatric Moyamoya
Nomazulu Dlamini, Derek Armstrong, Peter Dirks, Mahendranath Moharir, Rand
Askalan, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada; Fenella Kirkham, Inst of
Child Health, London, United Kingdom; Gabrielle deVeber, William Logan, The Hosp
for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number MP106 / Presentation Number WMP106
Reversal of Tonic Inhibition Contributes to Recovery of Synaptic Function After
Transient Focal Cerebral Ischemia
James E Orfila, Robert M Dietz, Himmat Grewal, Takeru Shimizu, Frank F Strnad,
Myriam Moreno, Krista M Rogers, Richard J Traystman, Paco S Herson, Univ of
Colorado, Denver – Anshutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
Poster Board Number MP107 / Presentation Number WMP107
Arterial Tortuosity: an Imaging Biomarker of Perinatal Stroke Pathogenesis?
Felix Wei, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Karl Diedrich, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake
City, UT; Aleksandra Mineyko, Adam Kirton, Alberta Children’s Hosp, Calgary, AB,
Canada Primary
Poster Board Number MP108 / Presentation Number WMP108
Endovascular Therapy in Children With Large Vessel Occlusion: a Clinical
Series of Five Cases
Tomas Bryndziar, Intl Clinical Res Ctr, Brno, Czech Republic; Nestor R Gonzalez,
Satoshi Tateshima, Div of Interventional Neuroradiology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Neal
M Rao, Jason D Hinman, Latisha K Ali, Dept of Neurology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA;
Reza Jahan, Div of Interventional Neuroradiology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; David S
Liebeskind, Dept of Neurology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Gary R Duckwiler, Div of
Interventional Neuroradiology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Jeffrey L Saver, Dept of
Neurology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Viktor Szeder, Div of Interventional Neuroradiology,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease & WMP109 – WMP120
Vascular Malformations Moderated Poster Tour
SECTION 10
Moderator: Michael Levitt, MD, Seattle, WA
Poster Board Number MP99 / Presentation Number WMP99
Major Causes of Stroke in Children With Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease
Jorina Elbers, Esther J Lee, Vamsi V Yarlagadda, Clara Lo, Debra Hanisch, Aileen Lin,
Christopher S Almond, Andrew Y Shin, Lucile Packard Children’s Hosp, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number MP109 / Presentation Number WMP109
Activation of the Brain Renin-Angiotensin System (RAS) Causes Selective
Cerebrovascular Dysfunction
Travice Michael De Silva, Justin Grobe, Frank M Faraci, Univ of Iowa Coll of Med,
Iowa City, IA
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Poster Board Number MP110 / Presentation Number WMP110
Improvement in Cortical Versus Subcortical Perfusion After Superficial
Temporal Artery – Middle Cerebral Artery (MCA) Bypass in Patients With Severe
Stenosis of Intracranial Carotid and MCA
Vijay K Sharma, Nagarjun Bolem, Ning Chow, Lily Y Wong, Hock-Luen Teoh, Bernard
P Chan, Tseng-Tsai Yeo, Raymond Seet, Arvind K Sinha, Natl Univ of Singapore,
Singapore, Singapore
Poster Board Number MP111 / Presentation Number WMP111
Stroke and Alzheimer’s Disease: Shared Mechanisms of Vascular Disruption
Brandon Lucke-Wold, Aric Logsdon, Afroz Mohammad, Chris Adkins, Xuefang Ren,
Jason Huber, Charles Rosen, James Simpkins, Paul Lockman, West Virginia Univ,
Morgantown, WV
Poster Board Number MP112 / Presentation Number WMP112
Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis and Flow Diversion: Relationship
With Headache
Nabeel A Herial, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst & Univ of California San Diego, StCloud,
MN; Muhammad Shah Miran, Muhammad A Saleem, Ihtesham A Qureshai, Adnan I
Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, StCloud, MN
Poster Board Number MP113 / Presentation Number WMP113
Genetic Influences on Early Neurological Instability After Acute Ischemic
Stroke
Laura Ibanez, Laura Heitsch, Washington Univ in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO; Caty
Carrera, Israel Fernandez, Joan Montaner, Vall d’Hebron Inst of Res (VHIR), Barcelona,
Spain; Carlos Cruchaga, Jin-Moo Lee, Washington Univ in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO
Poster Board Number MP114 / Presentation Number WMP114
Imaging of 68Ga-prgd2 Pet/ct for Integrin αvß3 in Cerebral Small Vascular
Disease
Shi Shu, Zhaohui Zhu, Yicheng Zhu, Jun Ni, Lixin Zhou, Ming Yao, Liying Cui, Fang Li,
Bin Peng, Peking Union Medical Coll Hospit, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number MP115 / Presentation Number WMP115
Interventional Therapy for Brain AVMs Before and After ARUBA
Eric Sussman, Mario Teo, Aditya Iyer, Allen Ho, Arjun Pendharkar, Robert Dodd, Gary
Steinberg, Stanford Univ Medical Ctr, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number MP116 / Presentation Number WMP116
Multi-center Assessment of Morbidity After Cerebral Arteriovenous
Malformation Rupture
Keiko A Fukuda, Monica Majumdar, Rush Univ, Chicago, IL; Hesham Masoud, Thanh
Nguyen, Boston Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Amir R Honarmand, Sameer A Ansari,
Northwestern Memorial Hosp, Chicago, IL; Lee A Tan, Michael Chen, Rush Univ
Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number MP117 / Presentation Number WMP117
Conservative versus Surgical Treatment for Brainstem Cavernous Malformation
Hernan M Patino Sr, Monica Chavarria-Medina, Mayra Becerril, Gabriel Mauricio
Longo, Edgar Nathal, Antonio Arauz, Insto Nacional de Neurologia y Neurocirugía
Manuel Velasco Suarez, Mexico DF, Mexico
Poster Board Number MP118 / Presentation Number WMP118
A Radio-clinical Scale to Predict Long-term Outcome After Brain Arteriovenous
Malformation Rupture: The Ruptured AVM Prognostic Score
Eimad Shotar, Mathieu Debarre, Nader-Antoine Sourour, Federico Di Maria, Joseph
Gabrieli, Aurélien Nouet, Jacques Chiras, Vincent Degos, Frédéric Clarençon, PitiéSalpêtrière Hosp, Paris, France
Poster Board Number MP119 / Presentation Number WMP119
4d Digital Subtraction Angiography (4d-dsa) for Pre-treatment Evaluation of
Cerebrovascular Diseases
Ichiro Yuki, Shunsuke Hataoka, Toshihiro Ishibashi, Chihebeddine Dahmani, Yukiko
Abe, Ayako Ikemura, Yukinao Kambayashi, Issei Kan, Shougo Kaku, Kengo Nishimura,
Yuichi Murayama, The Jikei Univ Hosp, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number MP120 / Presentation Number WMP120
Radiosurgery Induces Novel Protein Changes on the Endothelium of
Arteriovenous Malformations: Potential for Therapeutic Targets
Lucinda S McRobb, Vivienne S Lee, Santosh G Thomas, Markus Wiedmann, Jude V
Amal Raj, Zhenjun Zhao, Macquarie Univ, Sydney, Australia; Michael Grace, Vaughan
Moutrie, Macquarie Univ Hosp, Sydney, Australia; Matthew McKay, Mark Molloy,
Marcus A Stoodley, Macquarie Univ, Sydney, Australia
POSTER SESSION I
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
Hall H
These posters are not included in the Wednesday 5:15 pm Professor-Led Poster
Tour Session.
Acute Endovascular Treatment Posters I
WP1 – WP36/437
Poster Board Number P1 / Presentation Number WP1
Evaluation of Clinical and Radiographic Variables Related to False Positive
Detection of Tandem Carotid Artery Occlusion on CT Angiography
Marcelo Rocha, Amin Aghaebrahim, Ashutosh Jadhav, Tudor Jovin, Univ Pittsburgh
Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P2 / Presentation Number WP2
Symptom Onset to Groin Puncture Determines Stroke Outcome: a Metaanalysis of Recent Acute Cerebrovascular Thrombectomy-after-Infarction
Trials (MR ACTION)
Jawad Kirmani, Daniel Korya, Siddhart Mehta, Jaskiran Brar, Azka Shaikh, Rushil
Kalola, Mena Samaan, Audrey Arango, Spozhmy Panezai, Mohammad Moussavi, JFK
Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P3 / Presentation Number WP3
EMS Routing for Endovascular Patients – One Health Care Systems
Successful Model
Coleman O Martin, Angela M Hawkins, Karin Olds, Naveed Akhtar, William Holloway,
Shelleen King, Jay McClintick, Saint Luke’s Hosp, Kansas City, MO
Poster Board Number P5 / Presentation Number WP5
Outcomes Are Not Different Between Patients With Intermediate and High
Dwi-aspects After Stent-retriever Thrombectomy
Woong Yoon, Seul Kee Kim, Tae Wook Heo, Byung Hyun Baek, Chonnam Natl Univ
Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Jaechan Park, Kyungpook Natl Univ Hosp, Daegu,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P6 / Presentation Number WP6
RAPID Automated CT Perfusion Software Performance in Acute Ischemic
Stroke From Anterior Circulation Tandem Occlusions
Diogo C Haussen, Seena Dehkharghani, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta,
GA; Mikayel Grigoryan, Atlanta Medical Ctr, Atlanta, GA; Meredith Bowen, Leticia C
Rebello, Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P7 / Presentation Number WP7
A Projection of Endovascular Therapy Eligibility in the United States:
A Population-based Analysis
Pooja Khatri, Charles J Moomaw, Kathleen S Alwell, Univ of Cincinnati Academic
Health Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jane C Khoury, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr,
Cincinnati, OH; Mirjam Heldner, Urs Fischer, Inselspital, Univsspital Bern, Bern,
Switzerland; Brett Kissela, Opeolu Adeoye, Matthew L Flaherty, Daniel Woo, Simona
Ferioli, Univ of Cincinnati Academic Health Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana
Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Sharyl Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Ctr, Houston,
TX; Felipe de los Rios La Rosa, Achala Vagal, Dawn O Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati
Academic Health Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P8 / Presentation Number WP8
Minor Stroke With Large Vessel Occlusion
Hazem Shoirah, Alhamza R Al-Bayati, Cynthia L Kenmuir, Amin Aghaebrahim, Tudor G
Jovin, Ashutosh P Jadhav, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P10 / Presentation Number WP10
Peri-procedural Heparin Use in Stent-retriever Thrombectomy
Diogo C Haussen, Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA;
David S Liebeskind, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Wade Smith, UCSF, San Francisco, CA;
Helmi Lutsep, OHSU, Portland, OR; Tudor Jovin, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Bin Xiang, Prospect Analytical, Inc, San Jose, CA; Raul G Nogueira, Emory
Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P11 / Presentation Number WP11
Comparative Safety and Efficacy of the Trevo, Penumbra and Solitaire Devices
in Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke
Waleed Brinjikji, Harry J Cloft, Mohammad H Murad, David F Kallmes, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, MN
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Poster Board Number P12 / Presentation Number WP12
Impact of Transfer Status into a Comprehensive Stroke Center on Outcomes
Among Intra-Arterial Therapy Patients
Donald Frei, Jan Leonard, Judd Jensen, Michelle Whaley, Kathryn McCarthy, Jeffrey
Wagner, David Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P13 / Presentation Number WP13
The Rate of Hemicraniectomy Utilization for Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Undergoing Endovascular Treatment is Decreasing in the United States
Saqib A Chaudhry, Dept of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State Univ,,
Lansing, MI; Ameer E Hassan, Valley Baptist Brain and Spine Network UTSCHA Dept
of Neurology and Radiology, Valley Baptist, TX; Mohammad Rauf Afzal, Riaz Riaz,
Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Haseeb Rahman, Dept of Neurology,
Houston Methodist Hosp, Houston, TX; Ahmed Malik, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St
Cloud, MN; Vishal Jani, Anmar Razak, Dept of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State Univ,, Lansing, MI; Ihtesham A Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Inst, St Cloud, MN;
Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, st Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number P14 / Presentation Number WP14
Identifying Potential Sliding Dichotomy Cutpoints for Thrombectomy Trials
Using Baseline Age, Deficit Severity, and Core Lesion Volume
Jason Tarpley, Prividence Saint Johns Health Ctr, Santa Monica, CA; Greg Albers,
Michael Mlynash, Maarten Lansberg, Stanford, Palo Alto, CA; Jeffrey Gornbein, UCLA,
Los Angeles, CA; Jeffrey Saver, UCLA, Los Angles, CA; The DEFUSE 2 investigators
Poster Board Number P15 / Presentation Number WP15
Rates of Successful First-pass Recanalization During Thrombectomy for Acute
Ischemic Stroke are Higher in the Absence of a Hyper-dense Vessel Sign
Cynthia L Kenmuir, Alhamza R Al-Bayati, Hazem Shoirah, Amin Aghaebrahim, Andrew
F Ducruet, Brian T Jankowitz, Tudor G Jovin, Ashutosh P Jadhav, Univ of Pittsburgh
Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P16 / Presentation Number WP16
Endovascular Recanalization Therapy in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Updated
Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
Joung-ho Rha, Inha Univ Hosp Neurology, Incheon, Korea, Republic of; Keun-Sik
Hong, Inje Univ Ilsan Paik Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Sang-Bae Ko, Seoul Natl
Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Ji-Sung Lee, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Kyung-Ho Yu, Hallym Univ Coll of Med, Anyang, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P17 / Presentation Number WP17
Effect of Solitaire Retriever-predominant Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic
Stroke: a Pooled, Individual Patient Data, Systematic Analysis
Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA, Los
Angeles, CA; Alain Bonafe, Hop Gui-de-Chauliac, Montpellier, France; Bruce Campbell, Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Antoni Davalos, Univ Autonoma de
Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; Stephen Davis, Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Andrew M Demchuk, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Hans-Christophe
Diener, Univ of Duisberg-Essen, Essen, Germany; Geoff Donnan, Univ of Melbourne,
Melbourne, Australia; Reza Jahan, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Tudor G Jovin, UPMC,
Pittsburgh, PA; Elad I Levy, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY; Bijoy K Menon, Univ of Calgary,
Calgary, AB, Canada; Monica Millan, Univ Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain;
Maria Angeles de Miquel, Hosp de Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain; Peter Mitchell, Univ
of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Vitor M Pereira, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON,
Canada; Alexandre Y Poppe, Univ de Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada; Jeremy L
Rempel, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada; Marc Ribo, Hosp Vall d’Hebron,
Barcelona, Spain; Luis San Roman, Hosp Clinic de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain;
Bruce Stouch, Philadelphia Coll of Osteopathic Med, Philadelphia, PA; John Thornton,
Beaumont Hosp, Dublin, Ireland; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada;
SEER Trialists
Poster Board Number P18 / Presentation Number WP18
Futility and Predicted Therapeutic Gain of Endovascular Treatment According
to the Baseline Stroke Severity in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Sanghwa Lee, Beom Joon Kim, Moon-Ku Han, Seong-Ho Park, Seoul Natl Univ
Bundang hospital, SeongNam, Korea, Republic of; Tai Hwan Park, Seoul Medical
Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Kyung Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Hosp, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Byung-Chul Lee, Kyung-Ho Yu, Mi Sun Oh, Hallym Univ Sacred
Heart Hosp, Anyang, Korea, Republic of; Min Uk Jang, Dept of Neurology, Chuncheon
Sacred Heart Hosp, Chuncheon, Korea, Republic of; Jae Kwan Cha, Jae Kwan Cha,
Dae-Hyun Kim, Hyun-Wook Nah, Dong-A Univ Hosp, Pusan, Korea, Republic of; Jun
Lee, Yeungnam Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Soo Joo Lee, Youngchai Ko,
Eulji Univ Hosp, Eulji Univ Sch of Med, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Jong-Moo Park,
Kyusik Kang, Eulji General Hosp, Eulji Univ, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Yong-Jin Cho,
Keun-Sik Hong, Ilsan Paik Hosp, Inje Univ, Ilsan, Korea, Republic of; Jay Chol Choi,
Jeju Natl Univ Hosp, Jeju Natl Univ Coll of Med, Jeju, Korea, Republic of; Joon-Tae
Kim, Kangho Choi, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Dong-Eog
Kim, Dongguk Univ Ilsan Hosp, Ilsan, Korea, Republic of; Wook-Joo Kim, Ulsan Univ
Hosp, Univ of Ulsan Coll of Med, Ulsan, Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Dept of
Biostatistics, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Ji sung Lee, Clinical
Res Ctr, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ
Bundang hospital, SeongNam, Korea, Republic of; on behalf of CRCS-5 investigators
Poster Board Number P19 / Presentation Number WP19
Rate and Speed of Reperfusion Explains Variations in Treatment Effect Sizes
Across Recent Trials of Endovascular Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Conrad W Liang, Reza Jahan, Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P20 / Presentation Number WP20
Pre-Notification of Large Vessel Occlusion Reduces Transfer Time for
Endovascular Procedures
Lindsay Olson-Mack, Gilda Tafreshi, Mary Kalafut, Giuseppe Ammirati, R Sean
Pakbaz, Sara Deskin, Jean Rockwell, Lynn Berger, Cortlyn Elshire, Renee Richetts,
Matt Cantonis, Scott Patterson, Melinda Perias, Scripps Health, La Jolla, CA
Poster Board Number P21 / Presentation Number WP21
Primary Thrombectomy Within 3 Hours of Onset in Acute Ischemic Stroke From
Large Artery Occlusion (PAST3-LAO)- A Pilot Study
Yahia M Lodi, Varun Reddy, Upstate Medical Univ, Binghamton Campus/UHS-Wilson Regional Medical Ctr, Johnson City, NY; George Petro, UHS-Wilson Regional
Medical Ctr, Johnson City, NY; Anas Hourani, Chun-An Chou, Thomas Watson Sch of
Engianeering, Binghamton Univ, Binghamton, NY
Poster Board Number P22 / Presentation Number WP22
Differential Effect of Intra-arterial Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke on
Motor versus Language Deficit. A Post-hoc Mr Clean Subgroup Analysis
Diederik W Dippel, Yvette Crijnen, Femke Nouwens, Hester F Lingsma, Erasmus MC
Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Lonneke de Lau, Slotervaart ZIekenhuis,
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Evy Visch, Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman, Rijndam Rehabilitation Ctr, Rotterdam,
Netherlands; Olvert A Berkhemer, Academic Medical Ctr, Amsterdam, Netherlands;
Puck S Fransen, Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Debbie
Beumer, Maastricht Univ Medical Ctr, Maastricht, Netherlands; Lucie A van den Berg,
Yvo B Roos, Academic Medical Ctr, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Aad van der Lugt,
Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Robert J van Oostenbrugge,
Wim van Zwam, Maastricht Univ Medical Ctr, Maastricht, Netherlands; Charles B
Majoie, Academic Medical Ctr, Amsterdam, Netherlands; MR CLEAN Investigators
Primary
Poster Board Number P23 / Presentation Number WP23
Clot Burden and Collateral Flow on Multiphase CT: Predictor of Outcomes After
Recanalization Therapy in Acute Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction
Jaechun Hwang, Mi Ji Lee, Hae Ree Park, Oh Young Bang, Gyeong-moon Kim, Chinsang Chung, Kwang Ho Lee, Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P24 / Presentation Number WP24
Utility of the Sheath Guide Specifically Designed for Transbrachial Approach in
Endovascular Treatment of Neurovascular Diseases
Tomonori Iwata, Takahisa Mori, Yuhei Tanno, Shigen Kasakura, Kazuhiro Yoshioka,
Shonan Kamakura General Hosp Stroke center,, Kamakura, Japan
Poster Board Number P25 / Presentation Number WP25
A Novel Adaptive Trial Design Increases the Power of Endovascular
Stroke Studies
Maarten Lansberg, Ninad Bhat, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA; Joseph P Broderick,
Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Yuko Y Palesch, Medical Univ of South Carolina,
Charleston, SC; Philip W Lavori, Tze L Lai, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA; Sharon D
Yeatts, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Gregory W Albers, Stanford
Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number P26 / Presentation Number WP26
Validation of Predictive Scales of Functional Outcome After Endovascular
Therapy Using the REVASCAT Data
Natalia Perez de la Ossa, Hosp Univri Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, Spain; Srikant
Rangaraju, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Tudor Jovin, UPMC Stroke Inst, Pittsburgh, PA;
Anoni Dávalos, Hosp Univri Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, Spain; REVASCAT Trial
Investigators
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Poster Board Number P27 / Presentation Number WP27
Endovascular Treatment Improves Executive Functioning in Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Elena López-Cancio, Monica Millán, Lucia Muñoz, Hosp Univri Germans Trias i Pujol,
Barcelona, Spain; Marc Ribó, Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain; Joaquín
Serena, Hosp Josep Trueta, Girona, Spain; Maria Angels de Miquel, Hosp Univri Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain; Alex Rovira, IDI Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain;
Luis San Roman, Hosp Clínic, Barcelona, Spain; Erik Cobo, Dept of Statistics, UPC,
Barcelona, Spain; Carlos Molina, Hosp Univri Vall d’Hebrón, Barcelona, Spain; Tudor
Jovin, UPMC Stroke Inst, Pittsburgh, PA; Antoni Dávalos, Hosp Univri Germans Trias i
Pujol, Barcelona, Spain; REVASCAT Trial Investigators
Poster Board Number P28 / Presentation Number WP28
Eligibility for Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic Stroke: a Phase IV
Multi-center Screening Log Registry
Georgios Tsivgoulis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Nitin Goyal, Univ of Tennessee
Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Robert Mikulik, St Anne’s Univ Hosp and Faculty
of Med, Masaryk Univ, Brno, Czech Republic; Ramin Zand, Univ of Tennessee Health
Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Andromachi Roussopoulou, Univ of Athens, Athens,
Greece; Ondrej Volny, St Anne’s Univ Hosp and Faculty of Med, Masaryk Univ, Brno,
Czech Republic; Abhi Pandhi, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN;
Christina Zompola, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Lucas Elijovich, Jason Chang,
Anne W Alexandrov, Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr,
Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P29 / Presentation Number WP29
Clot Size: Speaking the Same Language in Endovascular Stroke Therapy
Across the Globe
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses
Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Bin Xiang, Prospect Analytical, Inc, San Jose,
CA; Rishi Gupta, WellStar Medical Group, Marietta, GA; Tudor G Jovin, UPMC Stroke
Inst, Pittsburgh, PA; Gregory W Albers, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA; Helmi L Lutsep,
Oregon Stroke Ctr OHSU, Portland, OR; Wade S Smith, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Monika Killer-Oberpfalzer, Univsklinikum Christian Doppler
Klinik Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria; Juan M Macho, Ctr de Diagnostico por Imagen
Clinic, Barcelona, Spain; Olav Jansen, Univsklinikum Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel,
Germany; Nils Wahlgren, Karolinska Univ Hosp, Stockholm, Sweden; Raul G Nogueira,
Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; for the TREVO and TREVO 2 Investigators
Poster Board Number P30 / Presentation Number WP30
Incorporation of Automated CT Perfusion-based Core Volume Measurement in
a Prognostic Tool for Anterior Large Vessel Occlusions: Pittsburgh Response to
Endovascular Score-2 (PRE-2)
Srikant Rangaraju, Diogo Haussen, Leticia C Rebello, Michael Frankel, Emory
Univ, Atlanta, GA; Tudor Jovin, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Raul
Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P31 / Presentation Number WP31
Site Experience and Relation to Outcome in the TRevo ACute Ischemic StroKe
Thrombectomy Registry: Higher Volumes Translate in Better Outcomes
Raul Nogueira, Diogo C Haussen, Alicia Castonguay, Leticia Rebello, Michael
Abraham, Ajit Puri, Amer Alshekhlee, Aniel Majjhoo, Hamed Farid, Ira Finch, Joey
English, Maxim Mokin, Michael Froehler, Mo Kabbani, Muhammad Taqi, Nirav Vora,
Ramy El Khoury, Randy Edgell, Robin Novakovic, Thanh Nguyen, Vallabh Janardhan,
E Veznedaroglu, Shyam Prabhakaran, Ron Budzik, Pankaja Ramakrishnan, Osama
Zaidat, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA Primary
Poster Board Number P32 / Presentation Number WP32
When and Where ADAPT in Anterior Circulation Ischemic Strokes Really Works?
Raphaël Blanc, Hocine Redjem, Stanislas Smajda, Gabriele Ciccio, Marie Abrivard,
Michel Piotin, Fondation Rothschild, Paris, France Primary
Poster Board Number P33 / Presentation Number WP33
Anticoagulation, Mechanical Thrombectomy and rTPA: an Outcome Analysis
Tapan V Mehta, Mohammed Hussain, Univ of Connecticut, Hartford, CT; Amre Nouh,
Martin Ollenschleger, Gary Spiegel, Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Louise McCullough,
Univ of Connecticut, Hartford, CT
Poster Board Number P34 / Presentation Number WP34
Associations Between CTP Ischemic Core Volume, ASPECTS Scores and Clinical
Outcomes After Endovascular Reperfusion
Michael P Marks, Soren Christensen, Jenny P Tsai, Michael Mlynash, Stephanie
Kemp, Nishant Mishra, Christian Federau, Sun Kim, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA;
Diogo C Haussen, Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Seena Dehkharghani, Emory
Univ Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Thomas G Devlin, Chattanooga Ctr for Neurologic Res,
Chattanooga, TN; Dileep R Yavagal, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Naveed Akhtar, St
Luke’s Health System, Kansas City, MO; Tudor Jovin, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr,
Pittsburgh, PA; Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Roland Bammer,
Matus Straka, Gregory Zaharchuk, Gregory W Albers, Maarten G Lansberg, Stanford
Univ, Palo Alto, CA
Poster Board Number P35 / Presentation Number WP35
Outcomes of Mechanical Embolectomy in Patients Treated Beyond 8 hours
From Stroke Onset: a Subanalysis of the North American SOLITAIRE Stentretriever Acute Stroke Registry
Alex Abou-Chebl, Baptist Health Louisville, Louisville, KY; Alicia Castonguay, Medical
Coll Of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Franklin A Marden, Alexian Brothers Medical Ctr,
Elk Grove, IL; Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Robin Novakovic,
UT Southwestern Medical Ctr, Dallas, TX; Osama O Zaidat, Medical Coll of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, WI
Poster Board Number P36 / Presentation Number WP36
The Role of Intravenous Thrombolysis in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Treated With Mechanical Thrombectomy
Jonathan M Coutinho, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; David S Liebeskind,
Neurovascular Imaging Res Core and the Univ of California Los Angeles Stroke Ctr,
Los Angeles, CA; Lee-Anne Slater, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Raul G
Nogueira, Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Blaise Baxter, Erlanger Hosp at Univ of
Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN; Antoni Davalos, Hosp Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona,
Spain; Alain Bonafé, Hôpital Gui-de-Chauliac, Montpellier, France; Reza Jahan, Univ
of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada; Elad I Levy, Buffalo General Hosp, Buffalo, NY; Osama Zaidat, Medical
Coll of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Jan Gralla, Bern Univ Hosp and Univ of Bern, Berne,
Switzerland; Jeffrey L Saver, David Geffen Sch of Med at the Univ of California Los
Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Vitor M Pereira, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P437 / Presentation Number WP437
Shear-activated Nanoparticle Aggregate Lysis Combined With Temporary Stentbypass to Treat Emergent Large Vessel Occlusions (ELVO)
Miklos G Marosfoi, Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Netanel Korin, Harvard
Univ, Boston, MA; Matthew J Gounis, Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Oktay
Uzun, Harvard Univ, Boston, MA; Srinivasan Vedantham, Erin T Langan, Univ of
Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Anne-Laure Papa, Harvard Univ, Boston, MA; Olivia W
Brooks, Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Chris Johnson, Harvard Univ, Boston,
MA; Ajit S Puri, Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Deen Bhatta, Mathumai
Kanapathipillai, Ben R Bronstein, Harvard Univ, Boston, MA; Ju-Yu Chueh, Univ of
Massachusetts, Worcester, MA; Donald E Ingber, Harvard Univ, Boston, MA; Ajay K
Wakhoo, Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA
Acute Neuroimaging Posters I
WP37 – WP67
Poster Board Number P37 / Presentation Number WP37
Whole Brain CT Perfusion Identifies Ischemic Events in Patients With Mild
Neurological Symptoms
Robert Frank, Santanu Chakraborty, Alexander Mungham, James Ross <[email protected]>, Dariush Dowlatshahi, Matthew J Hogan, Grant Stotts, Univ of
Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P38 / Presentation Number WP38
Lower Fluid Attenuated Inversion Recovery Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Signal Intensity After Acute Ischemic Stroke is Associated With Better
Discharge Outcomes in Thrombolysed Patients
Ona Wu, Khawja A Siddiqui, Jamary Oliveira-Filho, Gregroire Boulouis, Mark J Bouts,
Priyadarshini Vader, W T Kimberly, William A Copen, Pamela W Schaefer, Lee H
Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P39 / Presentation Number WP39
The Accuracy of Arterial Spin Labeling Measurements of Cerebral Blood Flow is
Dependent on Tracer Arrival Time
Richard Leigh, Christian Dias, Lawrence Latour, Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD;
Reinoud Bokkers, Univ Medical Ctr Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Poster Board Number P40 / Presentation Number WP40
CT-based Evaluation is Faster and as Precise as MRI in Acute Stroke Evaluation
Christine K Hansen, Anders Christensen, Inger Havsteen, Hanne Christensen,
Bispebjerg Univ Hosp, Copenhagen, Denmark
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Poster Board Number P41 / Presentation Number WP41
Predicting Acute Ischemic Stroke Tissue Fate Using Deep Learning on Source
Perfusion MRI
King Chung Ho, Suzie El-Saden, Fabien Scalzo, Alex A Bui, Corey W Arnold, UCLA,
Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P43 / Presentation Number WP43
Advanced White Matter Disease is Associated With Increased Blood-Brain
Barrier Permeability and Early Diffuse Microstructural Changes in Patients With
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Mark Etherton, Ona Wu, Arne Lauer, Gregoire Boulouis, Lisa Cloonan, Abigail S Cohen,
William Copen, Pedro Telles Cougo-Pinto, Natalia S Rost, Massachusetts General
Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P44 / Presentation Number WP44
NIHSS Score Components Predict Infarct Volume in Minor Ischemic Stroke
Patients
Shadi Yaghi, The Warren Alpert Medical Sch of Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Charlotte
Herber, Amelia K Boehme, Howard Andrews, Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ Medical
Ctr, New York, NY; Muhib Khan, The Warren Alpert Medical Sch of Brown Univ,
Providence, RI; Randolph S Marshall, Ronald M Lazar, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr,
New York, NY; Bernadette Boden-Albala, New York Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P46 / Presentation Number WP46
FLAIR Vascular Hyperintensity ASPECTS (FVH-ASPECTS) Pattern Predicts
Outcome in Endovascular Therapy in Acute M1-MCA Occlusion
Dezhi Liu, Jinling Hosp, Nanjing, China; Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular Imaging Res
Core, Los Angeles, CA; Sidney Starkman, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los angeles, CA; Neal M
Rao, Jason D Hinman, Doojin Kim, Latisha K Ali, Jeffrey L Saver, AliReza Noorian,
Kwan Ng, Conrad W Liang, Sunil A Sheth, Bryan Yoo, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles,
CA; Xinfeng Liu, Jinling Hosp, Nanjing, China; David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular
Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P52 / Presentation Number WP52
Impact of Baseline DWI ASPECTS Lesion Topology on Functional Outcome after
Endovascular Treatment
Adrien Guenego, Toulouse Univ Hosp, Toulouse, France; Mikael Mazighi, Lariboisiere
Hosp, Paris, France; Leïla Sissani, Bichat Univ Hosp, Paris, France; Manabu Inoue,
Showa Univ Fujigaoka Hosp, Yokohama, Japan; Elena Meseguer, Bichat Hosp, Paris,
France; Julien Labreuche, Lille Univ Hosp, Lille, France; Michael Mlynash, Stanford
Univ Medical Ctr, Stanford, CA; Pierre Amarenco, Bichat Univ Hosp, Paris, France;
Jean Marc Olivot, Toulouse Univ Hosp, Toulouse, France
Poster Board Number P53 / Presentation Number WP53
24-hour Infarct Volume on Non-contrast CT as a Predictor of Functional
Outcome at 90 days
Helin Daniel Bai, Matthew MacCormick, Petra Cimflova, Shivanand Patel, Bijoy
Menon, Mayank Goyal, Michael Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P54 / Presentation Number WP54
Evaluation of the e-ASPECTS Automated Software for Detection of Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Iris Q Grunwald, Devesh Sinha, Southend Univ Hosp, Southend, United Kingdom;
Christine Roffe, Keele Univ, Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom; Silke Walter, Univ des
Saarlandes, Homburg, Germany Primary
Poster Board Number P47 / Presentation Number WP47
Dynamic Changes in MR-Defined Collateral Flow After Acute Ischemic Stroke is
Associated With Larger Penumbral Signature and Improved Clinical Outcomes
Matthew C Loftspring, Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO; Cihat Eldeniz, Weili
Lin, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; Andria L Ford, Washington Univ Sch of
Med, St Louis, MO; Hongyu An, Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; Jin-Moo Lee,
Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO
Poster Board Number P48 / Presentation Number WP48
Inter-rater Reliability for Radiological Studies Used to Select Patients for
Endovascular Stroke Therapy
Jennifer E Fugate, Waleed Brinjikji, David F Kallmes, Harry Cloft, Alejandro A Rabinstein, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Primary
Poster Board Number P49 / Presentation Number WP49
Distal Hyperintense Vessels Were not a Predictor of Large Vessel Occlusion in
Patients With Transient Ischemic Attack
Marcelo M de Figueiredo, Federal Univ of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; Marcela R
Vazzoller, Albert Einstein Hosp, São Paulo, Brazil; Edson Amaro Jr, Albert Einstein
Hosp and Univ of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; Renata A Miranda, Albert Einstein
Hosp, São Paulo, Brazil; Gisele S Silva, Albert Einstein Hosp and Federal Univ of
São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Poster Board Number P50 / Presentation Number WP50
MRI Biomarkers in Acute Stroke: Addition of Clinical Parameters Improves
the Identification of Patients Eligible for Thrombolysis
Vince I Madai, Carla N Wood, Ivana Galinovic, Ulrike Grittner, Sophie K Piper,
Gajanan S Revankar, Steve Z Martin, Charite Univ Med Berlin, Berlin, Germany;
Olivier Zaro Weber, Max Planck Inst for Metabolism Res, Cologne, Germany; Walter
Moeller-Hartmann, Ludmillenstift Meppen, Meppen, Germany; Federico C von
Samson-Himmelstjerna, Fraunhofer MEVIS, Bremen, Germany; Wolf-Dieter Heiss,
Max Planck Inst for Metabolism Res, Cologne, Germany; Martin Ebinger, Jochen B
Fiebach, Jan Sobesky, Charite Univ Med Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Poster Board Number P51 / Presentation Number WP51
Quantification of the Time of Flight (TOF) Angiography Signal to Predict Grade
of Stenosis and Hypoperfusion
Matthias A Mutke, Vince Istvan Madai, Steve Martin, Charité Univsmedizin Berlin,
Berlin, Germany; Federico von Samson-Himmelsternja, Fraunhofer MEVIS, Bremen,
Germany; Cornelius Herzig, Sarah Zweynert, Thoralf Thamm, Charité Univsmedizin
Berlin, Berlin, Germany; Stefan Hetzer, Berlin Ctr for Advanced Neuroimaging, Berlin,
Germany; Jan Sobesky, Charité Univsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Poster Board Number P55 / Presentation Number WP55
Predicting Malignant Edema in MCA Infarct Using MRI and MR Perfusion
Parameters
Shin-Lei Peng, China Medical Univ, Taichung City, Taiwan; Marco Pinho, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; Hanzhang Lu, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Alejandro
Magadan, Rashedul Hasan, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; Steven Warach, UT
Southwestern, Austin, TX; Marie Luby, Natl Inst of Neurological Diseases and Stroke,
Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD; Bastian Cheng, Gotz Thomalla, Univ Medical Ctr
Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; Ty Shang, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; On
behalf of the STIR and VISTA Imaging investigators
Poster Board Number P56 / Presentation Number WP56
Volume of Contrast Staining After Intra-arterial Thrombectomy is Predictive of
Stroke Volume
Sebina Bulic, William Mack, Michelle Lin, Arun Amar, Matthew Tenser, Nerses
Sanossian, May Kim-Tenser, Gene Sung, Natalie Renda, Benjamin Emanuel, USC,
Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P57 / Presentation Number WP57
ASL MR Perfusion Imaging Detects Collateral Blood Flow Patterns and Dynamic
Changes After Treatment in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Reinoud P Bokkers, UMC Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands; Richard Leigh, Amie W Hsia,
John K Lynch, Zurab Nadareishvili, Ricard T Benson, Lawrence L Latour, Natl Inst of
Neurological Diseases and Stroke, Bethesda, MD
Poster Board Number P58 / Presentation Number WP58
Evolution of FLAIR Volume and Signal Intensity Following Endovascular
Stroke Therapy
Christian Federau, Michael Mlynash, Soren Christensen, Greg Zaharchuk, Brannon
Cha, Max Wintermark, Maarten Lansberg, Greg Albers, Stanford, Stanford, CA;
DEFUSE 2 Investigators
Poster Board Number P59 / Presentation Number WP59
Long-term Survival According to CBF Grade of MR Perfusion in Acute Stroke
Patients With the Carotid Artery Occlusion
Takahisa Mori, Tomonori Iwata, Yuhei Tanno, Shigen Kasakura, Kazuhiro Yoshioka,
Yumie Hirata, Shonan Kamakura General Hosp Stroke Ctr, Kamakura, Japan
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Poster Board Number P60 / Presentation Number WP60
Distal Hyperintense Vessels on FLAIR is a Marker of Collateral Flow Grade and
Outcomes in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke
Masatomo Miura, Natl Hosp Organization Kumamoto Medical Ctr, Kumamoto, Japan;
Makoto Nakajima, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto Univ, Kumamoto,
Japan; Takaomi Singu, Stroke Ctr, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan;
Yoichiro Nagao, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Yuichiro
Inatomi, Stroke Ctr, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Toshiro Yonehara,
Natl Hosp Organization Kumamoto Medical Ctr, Kumamoto, Japan; Tadashi Terasaki,
Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan; Yukio Ando,
Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto Univ, Kumamoto, Japan
Poster Board Number P61 / Presentation Number WP61
A Novel Application of Four-dimensional Magnetic Resonance Angiography
Using Arterial Spin Labeling for Assessment of Postoperative Cerebral
Hemodynamic Changes in Moyamoya Disease
Haruto Uchino, Masaki Ito, Ken Kazumata, Kiyohiro Houkin, Hokkaido Univ,
Sapporo, Japan
Poster Board Number P62 / Presentation Number WP62
Regional Leptomeningeal Score on TOF-MRA Predicts Collateral Flow Grade
and Clinical Outcome in Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke
Masatomo Miura, Natl Hosp Organization Kumamoto Medical Ctr, Kumamoto, Japan;
Makoto Nakajima, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto Univ, Kumamoto,
Japan; Takaomi Singu, Stroke Ctr, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan;
Yoichiro Nagao, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Yuichiro
Inatomi, Toshiro Yonehara, Stroke Ctr, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan;
Tadashi Terasaki, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Yukio
Ando, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kumamoto Univ, Kumamoto, Japan
Poster Board Number P63 / Presentation Number WP63
Clinical Utility of Whole-brain 4D-CTA Using a 320-detector Row CT Scanner
in the Evaluation of Spontaneous Lobar Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Hiroyuki Tajiri, Shonan Fujisawa Tokushukai Hosp, Fujisawa, Japan
Poster Board Number P64 / Presentation Number WP64
The Utility of Computed Tomography Angiographic Collateral Flow as a
Predictor of Clinical Outcome in Acute Ischemic Stroke With ICA Occlusion
Hea Ree Park, Jae Chun Hwang, Kwang Ho Lee, Samsung Medical Ctr,
Sungkyunkwan Univ Sch of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P65 / Presentation Number WP65
Relationship Between Neurological Severity and CBF Grade of Mr Perfusion in
Acute Stroke Patients With the Carotid Artery Occlusion
Yuji Takahashi, Kazuhiro Yoshioka, Shigen Kasakura, Yuhei Tanno, Tomonori Iwata,
Takahisa Mori, Shonan Kamakura General Hosp, Kamakura, Japan
Poster Board Number P66 / Presentation Number WP66
Posterior Communicating Artery May Decrease the Severity of Hyperacute
Posterior Circulation Ischemic Stroke and Predict Clinical Outcomes
Kwonduk Seo, Wonkwang Univ Sanbon Hosp, Gunpo, Korea, Republic of; Sang Hyun
Suh, Kyung-Yul Lee, Ji-Hwa Kim, Gangnam Severance Hosp, Yonsei Univ Coll of Med,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Sung-Ik Lee, Wonkwang Univ Sanbon Hosp, Gunpo, Korea,
Republic of; Kee-oog Lee, Konyang Univ Hosp, Konyang Univ Coll of Med, Daejeon,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P67 / Presentation Number WP67
VESCA: Semi-Automated Segmentation of Cerebral Vasculature in Angiograms
Noah Stier, Cristopher Garduno, Sunil Sheth, Gary Duckwiler, Jeffrey Saver, David
Liebeskind, Fabien Scalzo, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment Posters I
WP68 – WP85
Poster Board Number P68 / Presentation Number WP68
Tissue Type Plasminogen Activator (t-PA) and Edaravone Combination Therapy
Study (YAMATO Study)
Junya Aoki, Kazumi Kimura, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan; Norifumi Metoki,
Hirosaki Stroke and Rehabilitation Ctr, Hirosaki, Japan; Yohei Tateishi, Nagasaki Univ
Sch of Med, Nagasaki, Japan; Kenichi Todo, Kobe City Medical Ctr General Hosp,
Kobe, Japan; Naomi Morita, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan;
Masafumi Harada, Tokushima Univ, Tokushima, Japan; Koji Hayashi, Univ of Fukui
Hosp, Fukui, Japan; Nobuaki Yamamoto, Tokushima Univ, Tokushima, Japan; Norio
Tanahashi, Saitama Medical Univ Intl Medical Ctr, Saitama, Japan; Takeshi Inoue,
Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Takeshi Iwanaga, Japanese Red Cross
Okayama Hosp, Okayama, Japan; Nobuyuki Kaneko, Okinawa Kyodo Hosp, Naha,
Japan; Yasuyuki Iguchi, The Jikei Univ Sch of Med, Tokyo, Japan; Yasushi Ueno,
Shinko Hosp, Kobe, Japan; Toshiyasu Ogata, Fukuoka Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Shigeru
Fujimoto, Steel Memorial Yawata Hosp, Kitakyusyu, Japan; Mutsumi Yokoyama,
Yokohama Sakae Kyosai Hosp, Yokohama, Japan; Shinji Nagahiro, Tokushima Univ,
Tokushima, Japan; YAMATO Study Group
Poster Board Number P70 / Presentation Number WP70
Cause of Stroke is not Associated With the Risk of Symptomatic
Post-thrombolytic Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Sami Curtze, Gerli Sibolt, Susanna Melkas, Satu Mustanoja, Elena Haapaniemi,
Jukka Putaala, Tiina Sairanen, Marjaana Tiainen, Turgut Tatlisumak, Daniel Strbian,
Helsinki Central Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P72 / Presentation Number WP72
Administration Rates for IV TPA Varies by Type of Stroke Center
Mark J Alberts, UT Southwestern Medical Ctr, Dallas, TX; Scott Williams, MJ Hampel,
Stephen Schmaltz, Alessandra Donini-Lenhoff, David Baker, The Joint Commission,
Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Poster Board Number P73 / Presentation Number WP73
No Influence of Dabigatran or its Specific Reversal Agent, Idarucizumab,
on rTPA-induced Thrombolysis of Clots in Human Plasma: an <i>in vitro</i>
Study
Joanne van Ryn, Johanna Schurer, Davina Fischer, Boehringer Ingelheim, Biberach,
Germany
Poster Board Number P76 / Presentation Number WP76
Utility of Individual NIH Stroke Scale Items as a Predictor of
Functional Outcomes in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Presenting With
Mild Neurologic Deficits
Jay Chol Choi, Jeju Natl Univ Sch of Med, Jeju-si, Korea, Republic of; Ji Sung Lee,
Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Tai Hwan Park, Seoul Medical Ctr, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Yong-Jin Cho, Keun-Sik Hong, Ilsan Paik Hosp, Inje Univ, Goyang,
Korea, Republic of; Jong-Moo Park, Kyusik Kang, Eulji General Hosp, Eulji Univ, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Kyung Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Soo-Joo Lee, Youngchai Ko, Eulji Univ Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of;
Jun Lee, Yeungnam Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Joon-Tae Kim, Kang-Ho
Choi, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Mi-Sun Oh, Kyung-Ho
Yu, Byung-Chul Lee, Hallym Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Anyang, Korea, Republic of;
Jae-Kwan Cha, Dae-Hyun Kim, Dong-A Univ Coll of Med, Busan, Korea, Republic of;
Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Dong-Eog Kim,
Wi-Sun Ryu, Dongguk Univ Ilsan Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Beom Joon Kim,
Moon-Ku Han, Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P77 / Presentation Number WP77
Symptomatic Intracranial Hemorrhage Rates and Intravenous Tissue
Plasminogen Activator Treatment Time Windows: Does Treatment Window
Make a Difference?
Jeffrey C Wagner, Alessandro Orlando, Christopher Fanale, Kathryn McCarthy,
Michelle Whaley, Judd Jensen, David Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P78 / Presentation Number WP78
The Cost of Alteplase Has More Than Doubled Over the Past Decade
Dawn Kleindorfer, Joseph P Broderick, Univ of Cincinnati Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Bart
M Demaerschalk, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ; Jeffrey L Saver, Univ of
California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P79 / Presentation Number WP79
Appropriate Timing of Fluoxetine and Statin Administration Reduces the Risk
of Secondary Hemorrhagic Infarct After Ischemic Stroke
Moner A Ragas, Maria H Balch, Danny Wright, Amber Hensley, Kenny Reynolds, Bryce
Kerr, Adrian M Corbett, Wright State Univ, Dayton, OH
Poster Board Number P80 / Presentation Number WP80
Impact of Lipoic Acid Use on Stroke Outcome After Thrombolysis in Patients
With Diabetic Polyneuropathy
Kangho Choi, Jahae Kim, Seungho Kang, Taeseung Nam, Sungmin Choi, Seunghan
Lee, Manseok Park, Byungchae Kim, Myungkyu Kim, Kihyun Cho, Chonnam Natl Univ
Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of
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Poster Board Number P81 / Presentation Number WP81
Headache-clinical Symptom as a Contributor of Intravenous Thrombolysis
Decision Making in “Stroke Alert”
Vijay M Pandav, Jordan Mayberry, The Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma
City, OK; Rohan Sharma, The Univ of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK; John Wedlake,
Sarah Johnston, The Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK; David
M Thompson, Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences Ctr, Oklahoma City, OK; Evgeny V
Sidorov, The Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK
Poster Board Number P82 / Presentation Number WP82
Retrospective Study of Intravenous Thrombolysis for Acute Ischemic Stroke
in Patients With Negative Post-treatment Neuroimaging
Stephanie Hendrick, Michigan State Univ Coll of Human Med, Grand Rapids, MI;
Bradley Haveman-Gould, Jiangyong Min, Amy Groenhout, Baljit Deol, Muhammad U
Farooq, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, Grand Rapids, MI
Poster Board Number P83 / Presentation Number WP83
The Relationship Between Decline in Blood Pressure and Recanalization in
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Qingfeng Ma, Qiang Huang, Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China;
Wuwei Feng, Bruce Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC;
Xunming Ji, Jianping Jia, Yuping Wang, Moli Wang, Jianping Ding, Yang Hua, Haiqing
Song, Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P84 / Presentation Number WP84
Thrombolysis is Safe in the Nonagenarians With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Tapan Abrol, Zeeshan Hussain, Varun Chaubal, Gaurav Dighe, Muhammad F Bilal,
Elizabeth Wise, Kari Moore, Ann Jerde, Laura Bystrek, Michael J Wilder, Jignesh J
Shah, Kerri Remmel, Wei Liu, Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Poster Board Number P85 / Presentation Number WP85
Paradoxical Role of Vascular Stiffness in Lacunar Stroke in Progression
Dong Hoon Shin, Hanul Park, Min-Ju Kang, Gachon Univ Gil Medical Ctr, Incheon,
Korea, Republic of
Aneurysm Posters I
WP86 – WP95
Poster Board Number P86 / Presentation Number WP86
Treatment Patterns and Outcomes for Ruptured and Unruptured Intracranial
Aneurysms in Patients With Polycystic Kidney Disease
Fahad Saeed, Univ of Rochester Medical Ctr, Rochester, NY; Ahmed Riaz, Mohammad
Rauf Afzal, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Saqib A Chaudhry, Michigan
State Univ, East Lancing, MI; Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number P87 / Presentation Number WP87
Coronary Artery Disease and Intracranial Aneurysm; Identical Risk Factors but
Different Vascular Responses
Bum Joon Kim Dr, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Hyun Goo Kang,
Chosun Univ Hosp, Gwang Joo, Korea, Republic of; Jae Sung Ahn, Beyong Deok
Kwon, Deok Hee Lee, Dong-Wha Kang, Jong S Kim, Sun U Kwon, Asan Medical Ctr,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P88 / Presentation Number WP88
Hemodynamic Localizations in Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms in
Comparison With Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysms With Computational Fluid
Dynamics Analysis
Shunichi Fukuda, Natl Hosp Organization Kyoto Medical Ctr, Kyoto, Japan; Yuji
Shimogonya, Tohoku Univ, Sendai, Japan; Miyuki Fukuda, Tetsuya Tsuskahara, Natl
Hosp Organization Kyoto Medical Ctr, Kyoto, Japan
Poster Board Number P89 / Presentation Number WP89
Hemodynamic Differences Found Between Growing and Stable Aneurysms of
Comparable Dome and Neck Sizes
Vicki Lau, Qianyi Yu, UCLA, Div of Interventional Neuroradiology, Los Angeles, CA;
Feng Liang, Tiewei Qi, The First Affiliated Hosp of Sun Yat-sen Univ, Guangzhou,
China; Pablo Villablanca, UCLA, Dept of Radiological Sciences, Los Angeles, CA; Aichi
Chien, UCLA, Div of Interventional Neuroradiology, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P90 / Presentation Number WP90
Intraoperative Premature Rupture of Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysms:
Risk Factors and Sphenoid Ridge Proximation Sign
Jaechan Park Park, Kyungpook Natl Univ, Daegu, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P91 / Presentation Number WP91
Long Term Outcome of Unruptured Large and Giant Aneurysms; a 12 years,
Single Center Experience in Consecutive160 Aneurysms
Issei Kan, Yuichi Murayama, Toshihiro Ishibashi, Ichiro Yuki, Hiroyuki Takao, Shogo
Kaku, Kengo Nishimura, Jikei Univ, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P92 / Presentation Number WP92
Neutrophil-lymphocyte Ratio in Cerebral Aneurysm
Kee Ook Lee, Konyang Univ Coll of Med, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Kyung-Yul Lee,
Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Jae-Youn Kim, Cheol-Young Lee,
Sang-Jun Na, Konyang Univ Coll of Med, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Ji Hoe Heo,
Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P93 / Presentation Number WP93
Predictors of Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms in Patients with Headache :
Findings from the National Inpatient Survey (NIS) 2011 Database
Neville M Jadeja, Krishna Nalleballe, Montefiore Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Shilpa
Deshmukh, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Ctr, New York, NY; Atul Ramesh,
Montefiore Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Peter Mabie, Lenore Ocava, Jacobi Medical Ctr,
New York, NY
Poster Board Number P94 / Presentation Number WP94
Clinical Outcomes of Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms Treated With Clipping or
Coiling in Japan: The J-aspect Study
Ataru Nishimura, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan;
Kunihiro Nishimura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Akiko Kada,
Nagoya Medical Ctr,, Nagoya, Japan; Satoru Kamitani, Graduate Sch of Med, Univ
of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Ryota Kurogi, Tetsuro Sayama, Graduate Sch of Medical
Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Jyoji Nakagawara, Natl Cerebral and
Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ, Morioka,
Japan; Junichi Ono, Chiba Cardiovascular Ctr, Chiba, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa,
Kyorin Univ, Mitaka, Japan; Toru Aruga, Showa Univ Hosp, Tokyo, Japan; Shigeru
Miyachi, Osaka Medical Coll, Takatsuki, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and
Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Shinya Matsuda, Sch of Med, Univof Occupational
and Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Coll of Med,
Nishinomiya, Japan; Kazuo Okuchi, Nara Medical Univ, Kashihara, Japan; Fumiaki
Nakamura, Graduate Sch of Med, Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Koji Iihara, Graduate
Sch of Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; J-ASPECT Investigators
Poster Board Number P95 / Presentation Number WP95
Parent Artery Curvature and Angle of Incidence of Blood Flow Affect Flow
Diversion Effect of Pipeline
Shinnosuke Obi, Chaitanya Chandrakant Kulkarni, Raphael Segas, David Duong, Keio
Univ, Yokohama, Japan; Satoshi Tateshima, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Ctr, Los
Angels, CA
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery Posters I
WP96 – WP114
Poster Board Number P96 / Presentation Number WP96
The Role of T-Lymphocytes in Neuroregeneration After Cerebral Ischemia
Kai Diederich, Antje Schmidt, Jan-Kolja Strecker, Univ of Muenster, Muenster,
Germany; Wolf-Rüdiger Schäbitz, Evangelisches Krankenhaus, Bielefeld, Germany;
Jens Minnerup, Univ of Muenster, Muenster, Germany
Poster Board Number P97 / Presentation Number WP97
Neuroprotective Effect of Progranulin Against Focal Cerebral Ischemia via
Inhibition of Proteolysis of TDP-43 by Caspase-3
Toriyabe Masafumi, Masato Kanazawa, Misaki Koyama, Minami Miura, Tetsuya
Takahashi, Masatoyo Nishizawa, Takayoshi Shimohata, Brain Res Inst, Niigata Univ,
Niigata, Japan
Poster Board Number P98 / Presentation Number WP98
Intra-Arterial Transplantation of Low-Dose Stem Cells Provides Functional
Recovery Without Adverse Effects After Stroke
Susumu Yamaguchi, Nagasaki Harbor Medical Ctr City Hosp, Nagasaki, Japan;
Nobtaka Horie, Nagasaki Univ, Nagasaki, Japan; Yuhtaka Fukuda, Nagasaki Medical
Ctr, Nagasaki, Japan; Katsuya Satoh, Takayuki Matsuo, Nagasaki Univ, Nagasaki,
Japan
Poster Board Number P99 / Presentation Number WP99
Specific and Local Overexpression of Hemopexin Improves Anatomical and
Functional Outcomes in the Autologous Blood Intracerebral Hemorrhage Model
Jenna Leclerc, Juan Santiago-Moreno, Alex Dang, Sylvain Dore, Univ of Florida,
Gainesville, FL Primary
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Poster Board Number P100 / Presentation Number WP100
Thymosin β4 for the Treatment of Sub-Acute Stroke in Aged Rats
Daniel Morris, Michael Chopp, Wing Lee Cheung, Yischeng Cui, Talan Zhang, Mei Lu,
Li Zhang, Zheng G Zhang, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P101 / Presentation Number WP101
Involvement of the Contralesional Angiotensin Type 2 Receptor in Compound
21 Mediated Functional Recovery After Stroke
Abdelrahman Y Fouda, Tauheed Ishrat, Heba Ahmed, Bindu Pillai, Sandeep Artham,
Adviye Ergul, Susan Fagan, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P102 / Presentation Number WP102
Cerebrolysin Improves Neurological Outcome in Rats After Acute Stroke:
a Prospective, Randomized, Blinded, Placebo-controlled Study
Li Zhang, Michael Chopp, Mei Lu, Talan Zhang, Pardeep Pabla, Henry Ford Hosp,
Detroit, MI; Stefan Winter, Edith Doppler, Dieter Meier, EVER Pharma GmbH,
Oberburgau 3, Austria; Zheng Gang Zhang, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P103 / Presentation Number WP103
Mitochondrial/endoplasmic Reticulum Dysfunction Exacerbates Oxidative
Damage in Aging White Matter Ischemia
Selva Baltan, Chinthasagar Bastian, Katharine Stahon, Shelby Griffith, Sylvain Brunet,
Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P104 / Presentation Number WP104
Neuron-microglia Crosstalk Mediated by Soluble Fas Ligand after Ischemic
Stroke
Hailan Meng, Xiaoxi Li, Dan Ye, Leihua Weng, Yanting Chen, Yun Xu, Nanjing Drum
Tower Hosp, Nanjing, China
Poster Board Number P105 / Presentation Number WP105
Therapeutic Time Window for Conivaptan Treatment of Cerebral Edema and
Blood-Brain Barrier Breakdown in Mice
Emil Zeynalov, Susan M Jones, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO; J Paul Elliott,
Colorado Brain and Spine Inst, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P106 / Presentation Number WP106
Optogenetic Neuronal Stimulation Reduces Neuronal Nitric Oxide Synthase
After Stroke
Michelle Y Cheng, Lorenzo Gonzales, Eric H Wang, Stephanie Wang, Shunsuke Ishizaka, Guohua Sun, Gary K Steinberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number P107 / Presentation Number WP107
Molecular Disorganization of Axons Adjacent to Human Cortical Microinfarcts
Hamza Coban, Spencer Tung, Harry V Vinters, Jason D Hinman, Univ of California
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P108 / Presentation Number WP108
Co-transplantation of NPCs and EPCs Synergistically Promotes Brain Recovery
After Ischemia-reperfusion Injury in Mice
Jinju Wang, Wright State Univ, Dayton, OH; Xiaotang Ma, Affiliated Hosp of Guangdong Medical Coll, Zhanjiang, China; Shuzhen Chen, Xiang Xiao, Ji Bihl, Wright State
Univ, Dayton, OH; Bin Zhao, Affiliated Hosp of Guangdong Medical Coll, Zhanjiang,
China; Yanfang Chen, Wright State Univ, Dayton, OH
Poster Board Number P109 / Presentation Number WP109
Repairing the Brain by Hematopoietic Stem Cell Factors 6 Months Postexperimental Stroke: a Causal Link Between Functional Improvement and
Neurovascular Remodeling in the Peri-infarct Cavity Cortex
Li-Ru Zhao, Lili Cui, Dandan Wang, SUNY Upstate Medical Univ, Syracuse, NY
Primary
Poster Board Number P110 / Presentation Number WP110
The Next Generation of Autologous Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Transplantation
Against Stroke
Hideo Shichinohe, Chengbo Tan, Hisayasu Saito, Michiyuki Miyamoto, Shuji Hamauchi, Takeo Abumiya, Naoki Nakayama, Ken Kazumata, Kiyohiro Houkin, Hokkaido
Univ, Sapporo, Japan; Satoshi Kuroda, Univ of Toyama, Toyama, Japan
Poster Board Number P111 / Presentation Number WP111
Activation of α7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Improves Blood-Brain Barrier
Integrity in Mice with Ischemic Stroke and Bone Fracture
Dingquan Zou, Zhenyi Han, Lei Zhan, Wan Zhu, Shuai Kang, Chen Bao, Alireza
Sadighi, Zhao Li, Jeffrey Nelson, Rui Zhang, Hua Su, Univ of California, San Francisco,
San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P112 / Presentation Number WP112
Trans-arterial Regional Hypothermia Provides Robust Neuroprotection in Rat
Permanent Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model
Kota Kurisu, KKR Sapporo Medical Ctr, Sapporo, Japan; Takeo Abumiya, Masaki Ito,
Hideo Shichinohe, Naoki Nakayama, Ken Kazumata, Toshiya Osanai, Kiyohiro Houkin,
Hokkaido Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Sapporo, Japan
Poster Board Number P113 / Presentation Number WP113
Dose-response and Therapeutic Time-window of Compound 21: a Randomized
Preclinical Trial in Rat Model of Thromboembolic Stroke
Tauheed Ishrat, Abdelrahman Y Fouda, Bindu Pillai, Wael Eldahshan, Heba Ahmed,
Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA; Jennifer L Waller, Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ,
Augusta, GA; Susan C Fagan, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P114 / Presentation Number WP114
Retrograde Labeling, FACS Isolation, and Transcriptional Profiling of Layer
5 Cortical Neurons After White Matter Stroke Reveals Unique Pathways of
Degeneration and Regeneration
Stefanie Nunez, Mary Teena Joy, Jason D Hinman, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA
Cerebral Large Artery Disease Posters I
WP115 – WP139
Poster Board Number P115 / Presentation Number WP115
Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Stroke Recurrence in Minor Stroke Patients With
Carotid Stenosis
Shigeru Fujimoto, Masato Osaki, Naoki Tagawa, Makoto Kanazawa, Yuichiro Oya,
Steel Memorial Yawata Hosp, Kitayushu, Japan; Takanari Kitazono, Graduate Sch of
Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan
Poster Board Number P116 / Presentation Number WP116
Patterns of Vascular Calcification in Young Patients With Intracranial Stenosis
Tamara Strohm, Irene Katzan, Ken Uchino, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P118 / Presentation Number WP118
Low Free Triiodothyronine May Predict Poor Functional Outcome in Patients
With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Satoshi Suda, Kanako Muraga, Takuya Kanamaru, Seiji Okubo, Noriko Matsumoto,
Arata Abe, Junya Aoki, Kentaro Suzuki, Yuki Sakamoto, Kazumi Kimura, Nippon
Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P119 / Presentation Number WP119
Effects of Indirect Revascularization with Synangiosis in New Vessel Formation
in an Animal Model of Cerebral Ischemia
Nestor R Gonzalez, Raymond Liou, Yinn Ooi, Azim Laiwalla, Juan F Toscano, Austin
McDonald, Luisa Iruela-Arispe, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P120 / Presentation Number WP120
Measuring Carotid Stenosis With a Novel Non-contrast Enhanced MR
Angiography Technique (SNAP): Comparison With Contrast-enhanced MR
Angiography
Hongge Shu, Jie Sun, Niranjan Balu, Haining Liu, Daniel S Hippe, Thomas S Hatsukami, Chun Yuan, Univ of Washington, Seattle, WA
Poster Board Number P121 / Presentation Number WP121
An Evaluation of Hemodynamics Across Intracranial Steno-occlusive Lesions
by Computational Fluid Dynamics
Florence SY Fan, Vincent HL Ip, Alexander YL Lau, Anne YY Chan, Lisa WC Au, SH Ma,
Yannie OY Soo, Thomas WH Leung, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong
Kong; David Sigmund Liebeskind, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Lawrence KS Wong, The
Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Poster Board Number P122 / Presentation Number WP122
Asymptomatic Moderate Carotid Artery Stenosis With Intraplaque
Hemorrhage Progression of Degree of Stenosis and New Ischemic Stroke
Kiyofumi Yamada, Sato Daiichi Hosp, Usa, Japan; Masanori Kawasaki, Gifu Univ,
Gifu, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Coll of Med, Nishinomiya, Japan; Shigehiro
Nakahara, Yoshikazu Sato, Sato Daiichi Hosp, Usa, Japan
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Poster Board Number P123 / Presentation Number WP123
Changes of Signal Intensities Across Intracranial Arterial Stenosis on Magnetic
Resonance Angiography Are Associated With Ipsilateral Cerebral Perfusion
Linfang Lan, Xinyi Leng, Jill Abrigo, Vincent Ip, Thomas Leung, Simon Yu, Ka Sing
Wong, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Poster Board Number P134 / Presentation Number WP134
Treatment of Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis With Heart Disease in Japan;
J-ASPECT Study
Tetsuro Sayama, Ryota Kurogi, Ataru Nishimura, Koji Iihara, Kyushu graduate school
of medicine, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan
Poster Board Number P125 / Presentation Number WP125
Plaque Inflammation Imaging in Carotid Stenosis and Recurrent
Cerebral Ischemia
Vijay K Sharma, Amit Kulkarni, Prakash R Paliwal, Hock-Luen Teoh, Bernard P Chan,
Chiew S Hong, Jin-Tao Chen, Young-Heng Chee, Zhengdao Du, Philip Andrew Seow,
Lily Y Wong, Bhartendu Chandra, Leonard L Yeo, Arvind K Sinha, Natl Univ of
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Poster Board Number P135 / Presentation Number WP135
How to Get More From the NIH Stroke Scale
Maria B Goggins, Cameron L Davis, Amy Wright, Grace Kim, Daniel Agis, Keity
Meyokazaki, Kumiko Oishi, Kenichi Oishi, Argye E Hillis, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P126 / Presentation Number WP126
Impaired Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation Predicts Cerebral Hyperperfusion
Syndrome After Carotid Angioplasty and Stenting
Nai-Fang Chi, Yen-Ting Chen, Hsiao-Lun Ku, Lung Chan, Chaur-Jong Hu, Taipei
Medical Univ- Shuang Ho Hosp, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Poster Board Number P127 / Presentation Number WP127
Carotid Endarterectomy: The Change in Practice and Outcome Over 11 Years
in an Australian Metropolitan Stroke Centre
Gabrielle T Tse, Eastern Health, Box Hill, Victoria, Australia; Monique F Kilkenny,
Monash Univ, Clayton, Victoria, Australia; Chris F Bladin, Michael J Grigg, Gishel New,
Helen M Dewey, Eastern Health, Box Hill, Victoria, Australia
Poster Board Number P128 / Presentation Number WP128
Susceptibility Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Regional
Cerebrovascular Reservoir Capacity in Angiographically Proven Large Artery
Disease in Acute Ischemic Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack
Si Baek Lee, Joong-Seok Kim, Yoo Dong Won, Do-Sung Yoo, Catholic Univ of Korea,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P129 / Presentation Number WP129
Nationwide Questionnaire Survey of Carotid Artery Stenting for Patients at
High Risk for Cerebral Hyperperfusion Syndrome
Mikito Hayakawa, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Yuji Matsumaru, Toranomon Hosp, Tokyo, Japan; Nobuyuki Sakai, Kobe City Medical Ctr General
Hosp, Kobe, Japan; Hiroshi Yamagami, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka,
Japan; Koji Iihara, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences Kyusyu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan;
Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ, Morioka, Japan; Hidenori Oishi, Juntendo
Univ Sch of Med, Tokyo, Japan; Yasushi Ito, Brain Reserch Inst, Niigata Univ, Niigata,
Japan; Kenji Sugiu, Okayama Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Okayama, Japan; Shinichi
Yoshimura, Hyogo Coll of Med, Nishinomiya, Japan; STOP CHS study group
Poster Board Number P136 / Presentation Number WP136
Clinical, Laboratory, and Imaging Characteristics Oof Transient Ischemic
Attack Caused by Large Artery Lesion: A Comparison Between Carotid and
Intracranial Artery
Toshiyuki Uehara, Tomoyuki Ohara, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuo
Minematsu, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P137 / Presentation Number WP137
Validation of a New Diagnostic Scoring System of Transcranial Doppler for
Middle Cerebral Artery Stenosis
Qing Hao, Steven R Levine, Clotilde Balucani, SUNY Downstate Medical Ctr, Brooklyn,
NY; Edward Feldmann, Neurosciences and Rehabilitation, Springfield, MA
Poster Board Number P138 / Presentation Number WP138
Effects of Intensive Medical Management (IMM) and
Encephaloduroarteriosynangiosis (EDAS) On VEGFA165a/b Ratios in Patients
With Intracranial Atherosclerosis (ICASi
Nestor R Gonzalez, Raymond Liou, Yinn Ooi, Jason D Hinman, Neal Rao, Juan
Toscano, Azim Laiwalla, Neil Martin, David S Liebeskind, Latisha Ali, Lucas Restrepo,
Jeffrey Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P139 / Presentation Number WP139
Pathological Study of Intracranial Artery Atherosclerosis in 7307
Autopsy Cases
Hiroaki Kimura, Inst of Brain and Blood Vessels, Mihara Memorial Hosp, Isesaki,
Japan; Masaki Takao, Saitama Intl Medical Ctr, Saitama Medical Univ, Hidaka, Japan;
Ban Mihara, Inst of Brain and Blood Vessels, Mihara Memorial Hosp, Isesaki, Japan;
Kazutomi Kanemaru, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hosp and Inst of Gerontology, Tokyo,
Japan; Norihiro Suzuki, Sch of Med, Keio Univ, Tokyo, Japan; Shigeo Murayama,
Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hosp and Inst of Gerontology, the Brain Bank for Aging
Res, Tokyo, Japan
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Posters I
WP140 – WP156
Poster Board Number P130 / Presentation Number WP130
Non-moyamoya Vessel Network Formation Along Steno-occlusive Middle
Cerebral Artery
Wei-Hai Xu, Yu-Yuyuan Xu, Ming-Li Li, Bo Hou, Zhao-Yong Sun, Hai-Long Zhou, Feng
Feng, Shan Gao, Peking Union Medical Coll Hosp, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P140 / Presentation Number WP140
Infarct Location Predicts Quality of Life Outcomes After Minor Stroke
Rajbeer S Sangha, Richard Bernstein, David Cella, Carlos Corado, Yvonne Curran,
Andrew Naidech, Ilana Ruff, Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ Feinberg Sch
of Med, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P131 / Presentation Number WP131
Effects Of EDAS Surgery On The Circulating Angiogenic Factors Of Patients
With Moyamoya And Intracranial Atherosclerosis
Nestor R Gonzalez, Juan F Toscano, Raymond Liou, Neal Rao, Jason D Hinman, Lucas
Restrepo, Azim Laiwalla, Yinn Ooi, David S Liebeskind, Neil Martin, Latisha Ali, Jeffrey
Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P141 / Presentation Number WP141
Identifying Modifiable Predictors of Long-term Functional Outcome
After Stroke
Arunima Kapoor, Richard Swartz, Krista Lanctot, Mark Bayley, Alex Kiss, Univ of
Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Poster Board Number P132 / Presentation Number WP132
Carotid Artery Stenting Technique With Triple Protection: Clinical Experience
With Mid-term Follow-up Results
Kivilcim Yavuz, Mine Hayriye Sorgun, Meih Bozkurt, Canan Togay Isikay, Ankara Univ
Sch of Med, Sina Hosp, Ankara, Turkey Primary
Poster Board Number P133 / Presentation Number WP133
Long-term Outcomes of Carotid Endarterectomy and Carotid Artery Stenting:
Real-World Status of Single Institute in Japan
Kohkichi Hosoda, Taichiro Imahori, Atsushi Fujita, Yusuke Yamamoto, Hidehito Kimura,
Masaaki Kohta, Eiji Kohmura, Kobe Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Kobe, Japan
Poster Board Number P143 / Presentation Number WP143
Cardiovascular Events After Ischemic Stroke in Young Adults – a Prospective
Follow-up Study
Karoliina Aarnio, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Bob Siegerink, Ctr for
Stroke Res Berlin (CSB) Charité Univsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany; Jani Pirinen,
Juha Sinisalo, Mika Lehto, Elena Haapaniemi, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki,
Finland; Alexander Nave, Ctr for Stroke Res Berlin (CSB) Charité Univsmedizin Berlin,
Berlin, Germany; Markku Kaste, Turgut Tatlisumak, Jukka Putaala, Helsinki Univ
Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P144 / Presentation Number WP144
Predictors of In-hospital Speech Therapy Referral in Aphasic Acute Ischemic
Stroke Patients Within a Population
Elisheva R Coleman, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Heidi Sucharew, Cincinnati
Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Charles J Moomaw,
Brett M Kissela, Daniel Woo, Matthew L Flaherty, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH;
Sharyl R Martini, Michael E DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Jason
Mackey, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Opeolu Adeoye, Simona Ferioli, Felipe De Los
Rios La Rosa, Dawn Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
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Poster Board Number P145 / Presentation Number WP145
Intra-arterial Stem Cell Therapy for a Persistent Vegetative State Patient:
A DTI Analysis of Recovery
Kevin N Ramdas, Luis Guada, Ryan Pafford, Diogo Haussen, Pradip Pattany, Dileep R
Yavagal, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P146 / Presentation Number WP146
Intravenous Bone Marrow Derived Mononuclear Stem Cells in Chronic Ischemic
Stroke-Paracrine Mechanisms of Recovery
Ashu Bhasin, Padma Srivastava, Sujata mohanty, Vivekanandhan Subramaniyam,
Senthil kumaran, Rohit Bhatia, All India Inst of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
Poster Board Number P147 / Presentation Number WP147
Advancing Rehabilitation in Ischemic Stroke Using Early Neurostimulants
Michael E Reznik, Ajitesh Ojha, Joseph Durkin, Vivek K Reddy, Lori A Shutter, Bradley
J Molyneaux, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P148 / Presentation Number WP148
Tactile-enhanced Motor Practice Improves Manual Dexterity Over Visuallyguided Practice
Shashwati Geed, MedStar Natl Rehabilitation Hosp, Washington, DC; Gabriela G Silva,
Univ Federal de Alfenas, Alfenas, Brazil; Maira D Rodrigues, Federal Univ of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil; Sahana N Kukke, The Catholic Univ of America, Washington, DC
Poster Board Number P149 / Presentation Number WP149
Greater Recovery of Upper Limb Function in Moderate/Severely Impaired
Chronic Stroke in Response to Customized Whole Limb vs Prescribed
Focused Training
Janis Daly, Univeristy of Florida and Gainesville VA Med Ctr, Gainesville, FL; Jessica P
McCabe, Cleveland VA Med Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Michelle Monquiewicz, Univ of Florida
and Gainesville VA, Gainesville, FL; John Holcomb, Cleveland State Univ, Cleveland,
OH; Svetlana Pundik, Case Western Reserve univeristy, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P150 / Presentation Number WP150
The Effects of Chronic Stroke on Brain Function While Driving
Nathan Churchill, St Michael’s Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada; Kristin Vesely, Megan Hird,
Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Fred Tam, Sunnybrook Res Inst, Toronto, ON,
Canada; Gustavo Saposnik, St Michael’s Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada; Simon Graham,
Sunnybrook Res Inst, Toronto, ON, Canada; Tom Schweizer, St Michael’s Hosp,
Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P151 / Presentation Number WP151
Increased Risky Driving in Acute Compared to Chronic Ischemic Stroke Drivers
Megan A Hird, Kristin A Vesely, Gustavo Saposnik, R Loch Macdonald, Tom A
Schweizer, Keenan Res Ctr for Biomedical Science, St Michael’s Hosp, Toronto, ON,
Canada
Poster Board Number P152 / Presentation Number WP152
Characteristics of Stroke Survivors Treated in an Interdisciplinary Outpatient
Rehabilitation Program Who Return to Work
Joan Breen, Jeanne Andrusin, Tom Ferlito, Whittier Rehabilitation Hosp, Bradford, MA
Poster Board Number P153 / Presentation Number WP153
Establishing Kinimatic Age-referenced Normative Values of the Upper
Extremity Using the InMotion 2 Robot
Carly A Creelman, Grace J Kim, Michael Taub, Michael W O’Dell, Weill Cornell Medical
Coll, New York City, NY
Poster Board Number P154 / Presentation Number WP154
Bihemispheric Modulation of the Motor Cortex by Single-session Transcranial
Direct Current Stimulation During Training in Subacute Stroke Patients
I-Ju Kuo, Taipei Veterans General Hosp, Taipei City, Taiwan; Chih-Wei Tang, Far
Eastern Memorial Hosp, New Taipei City, Taiwan; Yun-An Tsai, Taipei Veterans General
Hosp, Taipei City, Taiwan; Chi-Hung Juan, Natl Central Univ, Jhongli City, Taiwan; I-Hui
Lee, Taipei Veterans General Hosp, Taipei City, Taiwan
Poster Board Number P155 / Presentation Number WP155
Increased Physician and Physical Therapist Communication is Associated
With Earlier Mobility and Decreased Length of Stay in the Cerebrovascular and
Trauma Neuroscience Population
Danielle Burch, Silke Bernert, Justin F Fraser, UK HealthCare, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number P156 / Presentation Number WP156
Assessment and Provision of Rehabilitation Among Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients Hospitalized in China: Findings From the China National Stroke
Registry II
ZiXiao Li, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China; Janet Prvu Bettger, Duke Univ,
Durham, NC; Ying Xian, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Liping Liu, Xingquan
Zhao, Hao Li, Chunxue Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China; Linzi Li, Fudan
Univ, Shanghai, China; Chunjuan Wang, Xia Meng, Anxin Wang, Yuesong Pan, Beijing
Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China; Eric D Peterson, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC;
Yilong Wang, Yongjun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China
Community/Risk Factors Posters I
WP157 – WP209
Poster Board Number P157 / Presentation Number WP157
Stroke Risk Factors for Women With Preeclampsia in New York State,
2008-2012: a Case Control Study
Eliza C Miller, Hajere J Gatollari, Gloria Too, Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ, New
York, NY; Anna Colello, New York State Dept of Health, New York, NY; Mitchell S
Elkind, Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P158 / Presentation Number WP158
Case Fatality and Risk Factor Trend Contributions to Stroke Mortality in
Non-Hispanic Blacks and Non-Hispanic Whites, 1999-2012
Joanne Penko, Univ of California, San Francisco, CA; Andrew E Moran, Columbia
Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Antoinette Mason, Univ of California, San Diego, CA;
Pamela G Coxson, Mark J Pletcher, David Guzman, Univ of California, San Francisco,
CA; Stephen Sidney, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Div of Res, Oakland,
CA; Anthony S Kim, Univ of California, San Francisco, CA; Lee Goldman, Columbia
Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Univ of California, San
Francisco, CA Primary
Poster Board Number P159 / Presentation Number WP159
The Association Between Cerebral Artery Calcification and Homocysteine
Among Stroke Patients
Kwang-Yeol Park, Jeong-Min Kim, Dong-Woo Shin, Moo-Seok Park, Chung-Ang
Univerisity, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P160 / Presentation Number WP160
Inflammatory Markers and Outcomes After Lacunar Stroke: the Levels of
Inflammatory Markers in Treatment of Stroke Study
Amelia Boehme, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Leslie A McClure, Drexel Univ,
Philadelphia, PA; Jorge M Luna, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Oscar H Del Brutto,
Univ Espiritu Santo, Guayaquil, Ecuador; Oscar R Benavente, Univ of British Columbia,
Vancouver, BC, Canada; Mitchell Elkind, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P161 / Presentation Number WP161
Accessibility of Current Stroke Education Brochures: Linguistic Analysis of
Written Style and Readability Measures
Laura L Froeschke, Elmhurst Coll, Elmhurst, IL; Nickola W Nelson, Mary Lagerwey,
Western Michigan Univ, Western Michigan University, MI; Evvy H Campbell, Wheaton
Coll, Wheaton, IL
Poster Board Number P162 / Presentation Number WP162
Shared Biological Pathways Among Genetic Variants Associated With White
Matter Hyperintensity in CADASIL
Anne-Katrin Giese, Cathy R Zhang, Lisa Cloonan, Natalia S Rost, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P163 / Presentation Number WP163
One in Three Stroke Survivors has Uncontrolled Blood Pressure 90 Days
After Stroke
Deborah Levine, Lewis B Morgenstern, Kenneth M Langa, Robert D Brook, Devin
Brown, Darin Z Zahuranec, William J Meurer, Erin Case, Brisa Sanchez, Lynda D
Lisabeth, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P164 / Presentation Number WP164
An Assessment of Stroke Knowledge in the Coulee Region Community
Mouhammed Kabbani, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI; Katherine Riley,
Angela L Smith, Andrew Borgert, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Fndn, La Crosse, WI;
John Gabbert, Andrea Schossow, Gundersen Health System, La Crosse, WI
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Poster Board Number P165 / Presentation Number WP165
Silent Brain Infarction and Risk of Future Stroke: A Systematic Review and
Meta-Analysis
Ajay Gupta, Ashley Giambrone, Gino Gialdini, Caitlin B Finn, Diana Delgado, Weill
Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Jose Gutierrez, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New
York, NY; Clinton Wright, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Alexa B Beiser,
Boston Univ Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; Sudha Seshadri, Boston Univ Sch of
Med, Boston, MA; Ankur Pandya, Harvard TH Chan Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA;
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P172 / Presentation Number WP172
Ethnic Disparities in the Use of Tissue Plasminogen Activator Among Young
Adult Stroke Patients in Hawaii
Cherisse S Ito, Sage L King, Kazuma Nakagawa, The Queen’s Medical Ctr, Honolulu, HI
Poster Board Number P166 / Presentation Number WP166
Prediction of Recurrent Stroke in Lacunar Stroke Patients: Performance of the
Small Vessel Disease (SVD) Score in the SPS3 Trial
Thalia S Field, Univ of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Lesly Pearce,
Biostatistical Consultant, Minot, ND; Fergus Doubal, Univ of Edinburgh, Edinburgh,
United Kingdom; Leslie McClure, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL;
Carlos Bazan, Univ of Texas Health Sciences Ctr at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX;
Ashkan Shoamanesh, McMaster Univ, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Hideki Ohba, Iawate
Medical Univ, Morioka-shi, Japan; Luciana Catanese, Boston Univ, Boston, MA;
Carole White, Univ of Texas Health Sciences Ctr at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX;
Robert Hart, McMaster Univ, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Oscar Benavente, Univ of British
Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Joanna Wardlaw, Univ of Edinburgh, Edinburgh,
United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P174 / Presentation Number WP174
Prestroke Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Use and Functional Outcomes
in Ischemic Stroke
Mark Etherton, Khawja A Siddiqui, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Alison
Ayres, J Philip Kistler Stroke Res Ctr, Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P168 / Presentation Number WP168
The Impact of Intracardiac Thrombi on Recurrent Ischemic Events in Acute
Ischemic Stroke Patients With Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation the Samurainvaf Study
Naoto Kinoshita, Hiroshi Yamagami, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita,
Japan; Kenichi Todo, Kobe City Medical Ctr General Hosp, Kobe, Japan; Kazumi
Kimura, Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Eisuke Furui, Kohnan Hosp,
Sendai, Japan; Tadashi Terasaki, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto,
Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ Sch of Med, Mitaka, Japan; Kenji Kamiyama,
Nakamura Memorial Hosp, Sapporo, Japan; Shunya Takizawa, Tokai Univ Sch of Med,
Isehara, Japan; Satoshi Okuda, NHO Nagoya Medical Ctr, Nagoya, Japan; Yasushi
Okada, NHO Kyushu Medical Ctr, Fukuoka, Japan; Tomoaki Kameda, Jichi Medical
Univ Sch of Med, Shimotsuke, Japan; Yoshinari Nagakane, Kyoto Second Red Cross
Hosp, Kyoto, Japan; Yasuhiro Hasegawa, St Marianna Univ Sch of Med, Kawasaki,
Japan; Satoshi Shibuya, South Miyagi Medical Ctr, Ogawara, Japan; Yasuhiro Ito,
Toyota Memorial Hosp, Toyota, Japan; Takahiro Nakashima, NHO Kagoshima Medical
Ctr, Kagoshima, Japan; Kazuhiro Takamatsu, Ohta Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama, Japan;
Kazutoshi Nishiyama, Kitasato Univ Sch of Med, Sagamihara, Japan; Yoshiki Yagita,
Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Kazuomi Kario, Jichi Medical Univ Sch of
Med, Shimotsuke, Japan; Kyoko Higashida, Sohei Yoshimura, Shoji Arihiro, Masatoshi
Koga, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,
Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P173 / Presentation Number WP173
Mexican Americans Less Likely to Return to Work Following Stroke
Lesli Skolarus, Jeffrey J Wing, Lewis B Morgenstern, Lynda D Lisabeth, Univ of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P175 / Presentation Number WP175
Stroke Prevalence Among US- and Foreign-born Adults in the United States
Jing Fang, Keming Yuan, Carma Ayala, Renee Gindi, Brian Ward, CDC/NCCDPHP,
Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P176 / Presentation Number WP176
Electrocardiographic Left Atrial Abnormality and Silent Vascular Brain Injury:
The Northern Manhattan Study
Madeleine D Hunter, Yeseon P Moon, Dalila Varela, Columbia Univ, New York, NY;
Charles DeCarli, Univ of California, Davis, Davis, CA; Jose Gutierrez, Columbia Univ,
New York, NY; Clinton B Wright, Univ of Miami, New York, NY; Marco R Di Tullio,
Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Ralph L Sacco, Univ of Miami, New York, NY; Hooman
Kamel, Weill Sch of Med, Cornell Univ, New York, NY; Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia
Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P177 / Presentation Number WP177
Bacterial Endocarditis and Acute Stroke: a Population-based Study
Matthew L Flaherty, Dawn O Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Jane
C Khoury, CIncinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell,
Charles J Moomaw, Daniel Woo, Opeolu Adeoye, Simona Ferioli, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Pooja Khatri, Univ of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Cener,
Houston, TX; Felipe De Los Rios La Rosa, Brett M Kissela, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P178 / Presentation Number WP178
Acute Stroke Ischemic Symptom Onset-to-Arrival Time in Michigan Hospitals
Muhammad U Farooq, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, Grand Rapids, MI; Kathie Thomas,
American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Grand Rapids, MI
Poster Board Number P179 / Presentation Number WP179
Global Risk Reduction: A Novel Method To Estimate The Impact Of Multiple
Intervention Trials To Reduce Stroke Disparities
Adam K Richards, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Robert J Bryg,
Olive View-UCLA Medical Ctr, Sylmar, CA; Eric M Cheng, UCLA VA Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA; Amytis Towfighi, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Downey,
CA; Nicholas Jackson, Arleen F Brown, Frances Barry, David Geffen Sch of Med at
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Ning Li, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
Barbara G Vickrey, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P169 / Presentation Number WP169
Racial Disparities n Risk of Stroke and Mortality Among Patients Undergoing
Rhythm Control of Atrial Fibrillation
Asad F Durrani, Siva Soma, Andrew Althouse, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr,
Pittsburgh, PA; Dingxin Qin, Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA; George Leef,
Stanford, Stanford, CA; Samir Saba, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P170 / Presentation Number WP170
Infections Present on Admission and Stroke in the Young
Rebecca Hazan, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Amelia K Boehme, Eliza Miller,
Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Shadi Yaghi, Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Sara
Rostanski, Joshua Willey, Randolph Marshall, Mitchell Elkind, Columbia Univ, New
York, NY
Poster Board Number P171 / Presentation Number WP171
Long Sleep is a Stronger Predictor of Stroke Than Short Sleep:
Comparative Analysis of Multiple Linear Regression Model and Bayesian
Belief Network Model
Azizi Seixas, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY; Dwayne Henclewood, Booze Allen
Hamilton, Boston, MA; Stephen Williams, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY; Olajide
Williams, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; April Rogers, Gbenga Ogedegbe,
Girardin Jean-Louis, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P180 / Presentation Number WP180
Quantification of Cerebral White Matter Hyperintensities and Stroke Subtype
Stratification for Predicting Stroke Outcomes
Dong-Eog Kim, Wi-Sun Ryu, Sung-Ho Woo, Dawid Schellingerhout, Dongguk Univ
Ilsan Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Keun-Sik Hong, Ilsan Paik Hosp, Goyang,
Korea, Republic of; Sang-Wuk Jeong, Dongguk Univ Ilsan Hosp, Goyang, Korea,
Republic of; Beom-Joon Kim, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea,
Republic of; Byung-Chul Lee, Hallym Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Pyeongchon, Korea,
Republic of; Min Uk Jang, Chuncheon Sacred Heart Hosp, Chunceon, Korea, Republic
of; Tai-Hwan Park, Seoul Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Soo Joo Lee, Eulji
General Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Jae-Kwan Cha, Dong A Univ Hosp, Busan,
Korea, Republic of; Jun Lee, Yeungnam Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; JoonTae Kim, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Kyung-Ho Yu, Hallym
Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Pyeongchon, Korea, Republic of; Jong-Moo Park, Eulji Univ
Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Kyung Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Hosp, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of;
Kiwon Lee, The Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr, Houston, TX; Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul
Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of
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Poster Board Number P181 / Presentation Number WP181
Incidence of Transient Ischemic Attack in Auckland, New Zealand, in
2011-2012
Peter A Barber, Univ of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; Rita Krishnamurthi, Priya
Parmar, AUT Univ, Auckland, New Zealand; Varsha Parag, Univ of Auckland, Auckland,
New Zealand; Valery L Feigin, AUT Univ, Auckland, New Zealand; for the ARCOS
Study Investigators
Poster Board Number P182 / Presentation Number WP182
Long Term Risk of Ischemic Stroke After Acute Coronary Syndrome
Shadi Yaghi, The Warren Alpert Medical Sch of Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Markeith
Pilot, Loma Linda Univ, Loma Linda, CA; Christina A Blum, Brian Silver, Karen L Furie,
The Warren Alpert Medical Sch of Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Mitchell S Elkind,
Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Dean Sherzai, Ayesha Z Sherzai, Cedars
Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P183 / Presentation Number WP183
Renal function is Associated With Severity of White Matter Hyperintensity in
Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke/TIA
Lixia Zong, Jun Ni, Ming Yao, Lixin Zhou, Jing Yuan, Bin Peng, Yi-Cheng Zhu, Liying
Cui, Peking Union Medical Coll Hosp, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P184 / Presentation Number WP184
Allopurinol Use and Risk of Atrial Fibrillation
Shona Boyle, Rachael L MacIsaac, Sandosh Padmanabhan, Matthew Walters, Rhian
Touyz, Anna Dominiczak, Jesse Dawson, Univ of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P185 / Presentation Number WP185
The Risk of Pregnancy-associated Stroke Does not Increase With Age: an
Analysis of Claims Data From New York State
Hajere J Gatollari, Eliza C Miller, Gloria Too, Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ,
New York, NY; Anna Colello, New York State Dept of Health, New York, NY; Mitchell S
Elkind, Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P186 / Presentation Number WP186
Prevalence of Health Care Discrimination Among Stroke Survivors: Data From
a National Longitudinal Study of Older Americans
Thu Nguyen, Maria Glymour, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA;
Amani Nuru-Jeter, Univ of California, Berkeley, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P187 / Presentation Number WP187
Predictors of Medication Adherence Prior to Hospitalization in a Multi-ethnic
Cohort of First Stroke Survivors
Emily Goldmann, Bryan S Nelson, Nina S Parikh, Bernadette Boden-Albala, New York
Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P188 / Presentation Number WP188
Clinical Severity and Timing of Onset for Acute Ischemic Stroke and TIA
During Oral Anticoagulation Using Warfarin or Non-vitamin K Antagonist
Oral Anticoagulants
Kenta Seki, Masatoshi Koga, Hiroshi Yamagami, Shoji Arihiro, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka,
Kazuo Minematsu, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P189 / Presentation Number WP189
Trends in Comorbidities Among Stroke-related Hospitalizations in California,
2000-2013
Anura W Ratnasiri, California Dept of Health Care Services, Sacramento, CA;
Buddhika M Ratnasiri, Davis Senior High Sch, Davis, CA; Ralph DiLibero, California
Dept of Health Care Services, Sacramento, CA
Poster Board Number P190 / Presentation Number WP190
Clinical Features of Sarcoid Patients With Ischemic Stroke
Ahmed Z Obeidat, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH; Heidi Sucharew,
Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Charles J Moomaw, Dawn O
Kleindorfer, Brett M Kissela, Kathleen Alwell, Matthew Flaherty, Joseph P Broderick,
Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P192 / Presentation Number WP192
The Association Between Carotid Artery Atherosclerosis and Silent Brain
Infarction: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Cailtin Finn, Ashley Giambrone, Gino Gialdini, Diana Delgado, Hediyeh Baradaran,
Hooman Kamel, Ajay Gupta, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P193 / Presentation Number WP193
Age Related Trends in Stroke Patient Readmission
Nadine Parker, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Ctr, Toronto, ON, Canada; Patrice Lindsay,
Heart and Stroke Fndn, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Jiming Fang, Inst for Clinical Evaluative
Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada; Michael D Hill, Foothills Medical Ctr, Calgary, AB,
Canada; Richard Swartz, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Ctr, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P194 / Presentation Number WP194
Stroke Risk and Mortality in Patients with Ventricular Assist Devices
Josephine A Cool, Neal S Parikh, Hooman Kamel, Maria G Karas, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY; Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Coll of Physicians and
Surgeons, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P195 / Presentation Number WP195
Patients Beginning Community Based Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation
Program More Than 6 Months Post Stroke Achieve Equally Excellent Outcomes
as Sub-Acute Patients
Joan Breen, Jeanne Andrusin, Tom Ferlito, Whittier Rehabilitation Hosp, Bradford, MA
Poster Board Number P196 / Presentation Number WP196
Chronic Kidney Disease and the Burden of Microvascular Brain Damage
Maria Cristina Zurru, Claudia Alonzo, Laura Brescacín, Pedro Ernesto Colla Machado,
Geraldina Linares, Luis Camera, Edgardo Cristiano, Gabriel Waisman, Hosp Italiano de
Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Poster Board Number P197 / Presentation Number WP197
Spinal Manipulation Therapy and Risk of Cerebrovascular Events: Evidence
Map and Meta-analysis
Jessica K Paulus, Tufts Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Lisa M Redden, Tufts Univ Sch of
Med, Boston, MA; Katie Murashka, Tufts Univ, Medford, MA; Issa J Dahabreh, Harvard
Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; David E Thaler, Tufts Medical Ctr, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P198 / Presentation Number WP198
Is There a “Smoker’s Paradox” in Acute Reperfusion Therapies?
Reza Bavarsad Shahripour, John P Donnelly, Harn Shiue, Alissa Gadpaille, Kanika
Arora, April Sisson, Michael Lyerly, Toby Gropen, UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr,
Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P199 / Presentation Number WP199
Hemorrhagic and Ischemic Stroke Risk Among Persons With Pain
Jason J Sico, Brenda T Fenton, Constance Carroll, Joseph Goulet, Cynthia Brandt,
Robert Kerns, Yale Univ Sch of Med/VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven, CT
Poster Board Number P200 / Presentation Number WP200
Post-operative Infection Does not Increase Risk of Post-operative Stroke:
Analysis From a Nationwide Quality Initiative Program
Benjamin R Kummer, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Rebecca Hazan,
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Hooman Kamel, Alexander E Merkler, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY; Joshua Z Willey, William Middlesworth, Columbia Univ
Coll of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY; Shadi Yaghi, Brown Alpert Sch of
Med, Providence, RI; Mitchell SV Elkind, Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ Coll of
Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P201 / Presentation Number WP201
Ischemic Stroke Risk After Traumatic Head or Neck Injury
Christine K Fox, Nancy K Hills, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA;
Stephen Sidney, David R Vinson, Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Oakland, CA;
Heather J Fullerton, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P203 / Presentation Number WP203
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Long-Term Stroke Risk After Traumatic
Brain Injury
Nicholas A Morris, Columbia-Cornell New York Presbyterian, New York, NY; Josephine
Cool, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Alexander E Merkler, ColumbiaCornell New York Presbyterian, New York, NY; Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical
Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P204 / Presentation Number WP204
Increase in Rates of Pregnancy Hospitalizations With Concomitant Stroke
2000 to 2012: The National Inpatient Sample
Philip R Khoury, Jane C Khoury, CCHMC, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P205 / Presentation Number WP205
C-reactive Protein Levels Are Associated With Cerebral Small Vessel-related
Lesions
Shingo Mitaki, Atsushi Nagai, Hiroaki Oguro, Shuhei Yamaguchi, Shimane Univ Sch of
Med, izumo, Japan
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Poster Board Number P206 / Presentation Number WP206
A Tale of Blacks With Stroke on Two Continents and in Two Eras: Comparison
of Baseline Risk Profiles in Black Africans and Black Americans
Mayowa O Owolabi, Univ of Ibadan and WFNR-Blossom Ctr for Neuro-rehabilitation, Nigeria, Ibadan,, Nigeria; Daniel T Lackland, Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Kevin S
Armstrong, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Fred S Sarfo, Kwame
Nkrumah Univ Teaching Hosp,, Kumasi, Ghana; Rufus Akinyemi, Federal Medical Ctr
and Sacred Heart Hosp,, Abeokuta,, Nigeria; Lukman Owolabi, Aminu Kano Teaching
Hosp,, Kano,, Nigeria; Reginald Obiako, Ahmadu Bello Univ Teaching Hosp,, Zaria,,
Nigeria; Albert Akpalu, Univ of Ghana,, Accra, Ghana; Andrea D Boan, Medical Univ of
South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Sylvia Melikam, Univ of Ibadan and WFNR-Blossom
Ctr for Neuro-rehabilitation, , Ibadan,, Nigeria; Raelle Saulson, Bruce Ovbiagele Bruce
Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; SIREN Investigators
Poster Board Number P208 / Presentation Number WP208
Incidence of Ischemic Stroke in Young Adults, a 4 Year Retrospective Review
From an Urban Tertiary Care Center in North Philadelphia
Mohsen Pirastehfar, Paul Katz, Nina T Gentile, Jaclyn E Jacobi, Guillermo Linares,
Temple Univ Hosp, Philadelphia, PA
Poster Board Number P209 / Presentation Number WP209
Pre-morbid Glycemic Control in Patients With Type II Diabetes Does not Modify
Short-term Outcome in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Janelle Cyprich, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ,
New York, NY; Alyana A Samai, Alexander George, Matthew T Ryan, Ramy El Khoury,
Sheryl Martin-Schild, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Posters I
WP210 – WP233
Poster Board Number P210 / Presentation Number WP210
Urgent Detection of Acute Type A Aortic Dissection in Ischemic Stroke or TIA
Naoki Tokuda, Masatoshi Koga, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan;
Tomoyuki Ohara, Kyoto Prefectural Univ of Med, Kyoto, Japan; Kenji Minatoya,
Yoshio Tahara, Masahiro Higashi, Yuichi Miyazaki, Katsufumi Kajimoto, Soichiro
Matsubara, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P211 / Presentation Number WP211
The Association Between Arterial Stiffness and Perivascular Space Topography
in Stroke Patients
Jae-Han Bae, Kwang-Yeol Park, Jeong-Min Kim, Moo-Suk Park, Chung-Ang Univ,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P214 / Presentation Number WP214
Transcranial Color Coded Sonography versus Transcranial Doppler for the
Detection of Right-to-left Shunt and Patent Foramen Ovale in Young Patients
With Stroke
Milena C Libardi, Millene R Camilo, Soraia R Fabio, Rui Kleber V Martins Filho, Letícia
J Rocha, Renata S Santos, Clara M Barreira, Pedro T Cougo-Pinto, Frederico F
Alessio-Alves, Francisco A Dias, Daniel G Abud, Octávio M Pontes-Neto, Univ of São
Paulo, Ribeirão Preto Medical Sch, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
Poster Board Number P215 / Presentation Number WP215
Role of Conventional Mri Brain for Basilar Artery Plaque Detection in Solitary
Pontine Infarct
Sombat Muengtaweepongsa, Waristha Kantrakul, Arvemas Watcharakorn, Utairat
Chaumrattanakul, Thammasat Univ, Pathum Thani, Thailand
Poster Board Number P216 / Presentation Number WP216
Stroke Recurrence in Patients With Cryptogenic Stroke
Shigeru Fujimoto, Masato Osaki, Makoto Kanazawa, Naoki Tagawa, Yuichiro Oya,
Steel Memorial Yawata Hosp, Kitayushu, Japan; Takanari Kitazono, Graduate Sch of
Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan
Poster Board Number P217 / Presentation Number WP217
Sex Differences in Coagulation After Stroke: Factor XI Levels Drop After Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Chindhuri Selvadurai, Yu-Bo Wang, Meaghan Roy-O’Reilly, James J Grady, Louise D
McCullough, Univ of Connecticut Sch of Med, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P218 / Presentation Number WP218
A Blood Test Capable of Discriminating Between Real Strokes and Mimics
Lucas Restrepo, Sunil A Sheth, UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Phillip Stafford,
Arizona State Univ, Tempe, AZ; Jeffrey Saver, UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA;
Stephen Albert Johnston, Arizona State Univ, Tempe, AZ Primary
Poster Board Number P219 / Presentation Number WP219
Chagas Disease is an Independent Risk Factor for Stroke or Death: Long-term
Results From a Hospital-based Cohort
Beatriz M Gonçalves, Jamary Oliveira-Filho, Alisson L Andrade, Nestor Barreto-Neto,
Isadora L Ferreira, Rodrigo D Fernandes, Carolina C Reis, Lucas L Resende, Morgana
J Lordelo, Adriano A Jesus, Louise M Porto, Camila B Pereira, Marília B Catto, Pedro
J Muiños, Pedro A Jesus, Francisco J Reis, Roque Aras, André M Fernandes, Federal
Univ of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil; Joel A Filho, Hosp Santa Izabel, Salvador, Brazil; Karen
L Furie, Neurology Service, Brown Univ, Providence, RI
Poster Board Number P220 / Presentation Number WP220
The Association Between Collagen-binding Protein of Streptococcus Mutans
and Deep Microbleeds
Shuichi Tonomura, Masafumi Ihara, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka,
Japan; Ryota Nomura, Kazuhiko Nakano, Osaka Univ Graduate Sch of Dentistry,
Osaka, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number P221 / Presentation Number WP221
Imaging Features and Prognostic Factors for Determining Outcomes in
Cervicocerebral Artery Dissection
Jun Lee, Min-Gyeong Kim, Jung-Im Gwon, Yeungnam Univ Medical Ctr, Daegu, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P222 / Presentation Number WP222
Comparison of Two Methods of External Prolonged Cardiac Monitoring for the
Detection of Atrial Fibrillation: Cardiophone – satellite Real Time Device vs
Sorin (Automated Software) for the Peaace Study
Herbert Manosalva, Saad Hasan, Arif Pervez, Askar Mohammad, Dulara Hussain,
Hayrapet Kalashyan, Maher Saqqur, Khurshid Khan, Univ of Alberta Hosp, Edmonton,
AB, Canada; Wadea Tarhuni, Canadian Cardiac Ctr, Windsor, ON, Canada; Brian Buck,
Kenneth Butcher, Thomas Jeerakathil, Yousef Hasan, Ashfaq Shuaib, Univ of Alberta
Hosp, Edmonton, AB, Canada Primary
Poster Board Number P223 / Presentation Number WP223
Factors Influencing Recurrent Stroke: TEE Study With Longitudinal Observation
in Cryptogenic Stroke
Yuji Ueno, Kazuo Yamashiro, Ryota Tanaka, Takuma Kuroki, Kenichiro Hira, Naohide
Kurita, Juntendo Univ Sch of Med, Tokyo, Japan; Takao Urabe, Juntendo Univ Urayasu
Hosp, Chiba, Japan; Nobutaka Hattori, Juntendo Univ Sch of Med, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P224 / Presentation Number WP224
Transverse Sinus Hypoplasia as a Predisposing Factor for Cerebral Venous
Thrombosis
Monica Chavarria-Medina, Miguel Barboza, Elizabeth Varela, Hernán M Patriño-Rdoriguez, Mayra Becerril, Antonio Arauz, Insto Nacional de Neurologia y Neurocirugia,
Mexico, Mexico
Poster Board Number P225 / Presentation Number WP225
Prognosis of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis and Provoking Risk Factors
Eun-Jae Lee, Asan Medical Ctr, SEOUL, Korea, Republic of; Sang-Mi Noh, Asan
Medical Ctr, SUWON, Korea, Republic of; Dong-Wha Kang, Jong S Kim, Sun U Kwon,
Asan Medical Ctr, SEOUL, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P226 / Presentation Number WP226
Short Lasting Runs (<30 sec) of Atrial Fibrillation are More Commonly
Observed in Ischemic Stroke Patients in Comparison to Controls
Ethem Murat Arsava, Ezgi Yetim, Ugur Canpolat, Necla Ozer, Kudret Aytemir, Mehmet
Akif Topcuoglu, Hacettepe Univ Faculty of Med, Ankara, Turkey
Poster Board Number P227 / Presentation Number WP227
Noninvasive Blood Flow Measures in Atherosclerosis of the Posterior
Circulation: Quantitative MRA Bests TOF Signal Intensity Ratio in VERiTAS
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Shyam
Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ, Chicago, IL; Edward Feldmann, Tufts Univ Sch
of Med, Springfield, MA; Xinjian Du, Linda Rose-Finnell, Univ of Illinois at Chicago,
Chicago, IL; Graham W Woolf, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA;
Dilip K Pandey, DeJuran Richardson, Keith R Thulborn, Univ of Illinois at Chicago,
Chicago, IL; Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Gregory J
Zipfel, Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO; Frank L Silver, Univ of Toronto,
Toronto, ON, Canada; Scott E Kasner, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Victor A
Aletich, Univ of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; Louis R Caplan, Beth Israel Deaconess
Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Colin P Derdeyn, Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO;
Philip B Gorelick, Michigan State Univ, Grand Rapids, MI; Fady T Charbel, Sepideh
Amin-Hanjani, Univ of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL; for the VERiTAS Investigators
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Poster Board Number P228 / Presentation Number WP228
Stratification of Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) Pathogenicity Using the RoPE
Score Differs in Women and Men
Marie-Luise Mono, Univ Hosp of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; Patrik Michel, CHUV,
Lausanne, Switzerland; David E Thaler, Tufts Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Christian
Weimar, Univsklinikum Essen, Essen, Germany; Timo Kahles, Cantonal Hosp of Aarau,
Aarau, Switzerland; Robin Lemmens, UZ Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; Joaquin L Serena,
Univ of Girona, Girona, Spain; Markus Krämer, Alfried Krupp Krankenhaus, Essen,
Germany; Vincent Thijs, UZ Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; Marialuisa Zedde, Arcispedale
Santa Maria Nuova, Reggio Emilia, Italy; Stefan Engelter, Univ Hosp of Basel, Basel,
Switzerland; Andreas Luft, Univ Hosp of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Franz Eberli,
Triemli Hosp Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Andreas Müller-Eichelberg, Ammerland
Klinik, Westerstede, Germany; Lester Collins, Mother Frances Hosp, Tyler, TX; Dimitri
Hemelsoet, UZ Gent, Gent, Belgium; Adinda De Pauw, AZ Sint Blasius, Dendermonde,
Belgium; Carmel Armon, Baystate Medical Ctr, Springfield, MA; Marcel Arnold, Univ
Hosp of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; Krassen Nedeltchev, Cantonal Hosp of Aarau, Aarau,
Switzerland; The International PFO Consortium, NCT00859885
Poster Board Number P229 / Presentation Number WP229
Prolonged Monitoring of Cardiac Rhythm With Wireless Cardiophone for Real
Time Detection of Atrial Fibrillation After a Cerebral Ischemic Event (PEAACE II
Study) The Edmonton Alberta Experience
Saad Hasan, Herbert Manosalva, Arif Pervez, Askar Mohammad, Dulara Hussain,
Hayrapet Kalashyan, Maher Saqqur, Khurshid Khan, Univ of Alberta Hosp, Edmonton,
AB, Canada; Wadea Tarhuni, Canadian Cardiac Ctr, Windsor, ON, Canada; Brian Buck,
Kenneth Butcher, Thomas Jeerakathil, Yousef Hasan, Ashfaq Shuaib, Univ of Alberta
Hosp, Edmonton, AB, Canada Primary
Poster Board Number P230 / Presentation Number WP230
No Difference of Cerebral Perfusion Between Transient Global Amnesia With
and Without Acute Focal Lesion in Hippocampus
Seong Hwan Ahn, Ji Yeon Chung, In Sung Choo, Chosun Univ Sch of Med, Gwangju,
Korea, Republic of; Kyung Yul Lee, Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of;
Hyun Goo Kang, Chosun Univ Sch of Med, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Sang Won
Han, Sanggye Paik Hosp, Inje Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P231 / Presentation Number WP231
Risk Factors for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter Detection
Following Cryptogenic Ischemic Stroke
Michael Kahen, Claire E Carrazco, Daniel Golyan, Jordana S Schneider, Rohan Arora,
Elliott Salamon, Paul Wright, Richard B Libman, Jeffrey M Katz, North Shore LIJ
Health System, Manhasset, NY
Poster Board Number P232 / Presentation Number WP232
Prevalence of Positive Troponins and Association With Abnormal
Echocardiograms in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Peter Wrigley, Kathleen Alwell, Brian Eckerle, Charles J Moomaw, Felipe De Los
Rios La Rosa, Matthew Flaherty, Opeolu Adeoye, Daniel Woo, Simone Ferioli, Univ of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana Univ, Indiana, IN; Sharyl Martini,
Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Jane C Khoury, Cincinnati Children’s
Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Brett M Kissela, Dawn O Kleindorfer, Univ of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P233 / Presentation Number WP233
Validation of Multi-parametric Ultrasonography Criteria With Catheter
Angiography in Internal Carotid Artery Disease: a Multicenter Study
Kristian Barlinn, Carl Gustav Carus Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Henning Rickmann,
Municipal Hosp Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany; Ali Rabahi, Hagen H Kitzler, Andrij
Abramyuk, Carl Gustav Carus Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Henning Strohm,
Municipal Hosp München-Neuperlach, Munich, Germany; Christos Krogias, St Josef
Hosp, Ruhr Univ Bochum, Bochum, Germany; Jessica Kepplinger, Timo Siepmann,
Carl Gustav Carus Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Xina Graehlert, Uta Schwanebeck,
Technische Univ Dresden, Dresden, Germany; Peter Mönnings, St Josef Hosp, Ruhr
Univ Bochum, Bochum, Germany; Lars-Peder Pallesen, Ulf Bodechtel, Carl Gustav
Carus Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Harald Mudra, Municipal Hosp MünchenNeuperlach, Munich, Germany; Jennifer Linn, Heinz Reichmann, Carl Gustav Carus
Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany; Andrei V Alexandrov, The Univ of Tennessee Health
Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Georg Gahn, Municipal Hosp Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany;
Norbert Weiss, Volker Puetz, Carl Gustav Carus Univ Hosp, Dresden, Germany
Emergency Care/Systems Posters I
WP234 – WP254/438/439
Poster Board Number P234 / Presentation Number WP234
A Modified National Institutes of Health Stroke Severity Score for Stroke
Localization
David P Lerner, Partners Neurology, Boston, MA; Larry B Goldstein, Univ of Kentucky,
Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number P235 / Presentation Number WP235
A Novel Pre-notification System Using a Smartphone Application Improves
Quality Indzicator for Thrombolysis Therapy in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Byung-Chul Lee, Mi Sun Oh, Kyung-Ho Yu, Hallym Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Anyang,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P238 / Presentation Number WP238
Thrombolytic Use in Stroke Mimics via Telestroke
Ganesh Asaithambi, Amy L Castle, Michael A Sperl, Aditi Gupta, Jayashree Ravichandran, Bridget M Ho, Sandra K Hanson, John Nasseff Neuroscience Inst, St Paul, MN
Poster Board Number P239 / Presentation Number WP239
Development and Validation of The California Stroke Subtype (CASS) Scale for
Prehospital Identification of Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; David S Liebeskind,
UCLA Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Sidney Starkman, UCLA
Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Marc Eckstein, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles,
CA; Samuel Stratton, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Franklin D
Pratt, Torrance Memorial Medical Ctr, Torrance, CA; Robin Conwit, Natl Inst of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Gene Sung, Univ of Southern California,
Los Angeles, CA; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; FAST-MAG
Investigators and Coordinators
Poster Board Number P240 / Presentation Number WP240
Ultra-acute Diagnostics for Stroke: Large-scale Implementation of Prehospital
Biomarker Sampling
Olli S Mattila, Neurology, Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki
Univ Hosp, and Molecular Neurology, Res Programs Unit, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki,
Finland; Heini Harve, Emergency Medical Services, Dept of Emergency Care, Univ of
Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Saana Pihlasviita, Juhani Ritvonen,
Molecular Neurology, Res Programs Unit, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Gerli
Sibolt, Neurology, Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp,
Helsinki, Finland; Mikko Pystynen, Emergency Medical Services, Dept of Emergency
Care, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Daniel Strbian, Sami
Curtze, Neurology, Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp,
Helsinki, Finland; Markku Kuisma, Emergency Medical Services, Dept of Emergency
Care, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Turgut Tatlisumak,
Inst of Neuroscience and Physiology, Sahlgrenska Acad at Univ of Gothenburg and
Dept of Neurology, Sahlgrenska Univ Hosp, Gothenburg, Sweden; Perttu J Lindsberg,
Neurology, Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, and
Molecular Neurology, Res Programs Unit, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P241 / Presentation Number WP241
Direct Doctor-to-Doctor Telecommunication Between a Stroke Center and Local
Hospitals: a Tool to Enhance Clinical Outcome of Intraarterial Thrombectomy
for Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients First Visit Local Hospitals
Hye Seon Jeong, Hyon-Jo Kwon, Hyeon Song Koh, Hee Sun Yu, Na Young Yun, Chungnam Natl Univ Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Hyung Ki Kim, Okcheon St Mary’s
Sacrifice Hosp, Okcheon, Chungnam, Korea, Republic of; Sang-Geun Oh, Baekje
General Hosp, Nonsan, Chungnam, Korea, Republic of; Hyun Jeong Kwag, Daejeon
Veterans Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Ho Sung Han, Eun Hee Kim, Daejeon
and Yuseong Sun Medical Ctr, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Hee-Jung Song, Jei Kim,
Chungnam Natl Univ Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P242 / Presentation Number WP242
A Prehospital Acute Stroke Trial has Only Modest Impact on Enrollment in
Concurrent, Post-arrival-recruiting Stroke Trials
Phoebe Johnson-Black, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Greg
Wong, Sidney Starkman, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses
Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Latisha Ali, May Kim-Tenser,
David Liebeskind, Lucas Restrepo, Miguel Valdes-Sueiras, Samuel Stratton, Univ of
California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Marc Eckstein, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Frank Pratt, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
Robin Conwit, NINDS, Bethesda, MD; Scott Hamilton, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA;
Judy Guzy, Ileana Grunberg, Kristina Shkirkova, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA; Claude Hemphill, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA;
Jeffrey Saver, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; FAST-MAG Investigators and Coordinators
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Poster Board Number P243 / Presentation Number WP243
Identification of IV tPA Delays Can Improve Future Occurences
Sara R Deskin, Lindsay Olson-Mack, Jean Rockwell, Lynn Berger, Renee Richetts,
Cortlyn Elshire, Gilda Tafreshi, Mary Kalafut, LG Aguilar Tabora, Scripps Health,
San Diego, CA
Poster Board Number P252 / Presentation Number WP252
EMS Use After Acute Ischemic Stroke in Korean Population: Familyism may
not Help
Kyungeh An, Virginia Commonwealth Univ, Richmond, VA; Cha-Nam Shin, Arizona
State Univ, Phoenix, VA; Jeongha Sim, Jeonju Univ, Jeonju, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P244 / Presentation Number WP244
How Many Potential Mechanical Thrombectomy Patients Are Missed Because
of Emergency Medical Systems Transport Windows of 4.5 Hours or Less Since
Last Known Normal in the Field?
Evan Allen, Florida Hosp Neuroscience Inst, Windermere, FL; Paul Banerjee, Polk
County Fire Rescue, Bartow, FL; Donald Richards, Florida Hosp Neuroscience Inst,
Orlando, FL; Chut Sombutmai, Carolinas HealthCare System Neuroscience Inst,
Concord, NC; Abraham P Thomas, Houston Methodist Hosp, Houston, TX; Megan
Walley, Florida State Univ Coll of Med, Orlando, FL; Cherlynn Basignani, Florida Hosp
Neuroscience Res, Orlando, FL
Poster Board Number P253 / Presentation Number WP253
Is Target Stroke Initiative Effective in Reducing Door-To-Needle Times in All
Size Hospitals?
Peggy Jones, Illinois Critical Access Hosp Network, Princeton, IL; Kathleen O’Neill,
MIchelle Scharnott, American Heart Association, Chicago, IL; Shyam Prabhakaran,
Northwestern Univ Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P245 / Presentation Number WP245
Emergency Medical System Medics’ Understanding of Time Last Known Normal
for Certain Strokes is Low but Can Be Significantly Improved With Education
Evan Allen, Florida Hosp Neuroscience Inst, Windermere, FL; Paul Banerjee, Polk
County Fire Rescue, Polk County, FL; Todd Husty, Seminole County EMS, Sanford, FL;
Donald Richards, Florida Hosp Neuroscience Inst, Orlando, FL; Rhonda Lovec, Office
of Clinical Effectiveness, Orlando, FL; Megan Wally, Florida State Univ Coll of Med,
Orlando, FL; Walter Morgan, Celebration Health Stroke Ctr, Celebration, FL; Indrani
Acosta, Florida Hosp Neuroscience Inst, Orlando, FL; Cherlynn Basignani, Florida
Hosp Neuroscience Res, Orlando, FL
Poster Board Number P246 / Presentation Number WP246
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients With a Primary Language Other Than English
Do Not Have Significantly Increased Door-to-Needle Times for Intravenous TPA
Natalie T Cheng, Elizabeth A Cahill, Tomas Tesfasilassie, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Molly M Burnett, Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Ctr,
Oakland, CA; Lara Zimmermann, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA;
Anthony S Kim, Univ of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P247 / Presentation Number WP247
Paramedic Perspectives on Prehospital Stroke Care: A Qualitative Analysis
J Adam Oostema, Maria Tecos, Michigan State Univ Coll of Human Med, Grand
Rapids, MI; Deborah Sleight, Brian Mavis, Michigan State Univ Coll of Human Med,
East Lansing, MI
Poster Board Number P248 / Presentation Number WP248
Comparison of Large Vessel Occlusion Prediction Scores
Toby Gropen, Amelia Boehme, UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL;
Sheryl Martin-Schild, Tulane Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, New Orleans, LA; Karen
Albright, Brian Perrin, UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL; Alyana Samai,
Tulane Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Tulane, LA; Sammy Pishanidar, North Shore-LIJ
Health System, Manhasset, NY; Nazli Janjua, Pomona Valley Hosp Medical Ctr,
Pomona, CA; Steven R Levine, SUNY Downstate Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY; Ethan S
Brandler, SUNY Stoneybrook, Stoneybrook, NY; Dov Rosenbaum, SUNY Downstate
Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY
Poster Board Number P249 / Presentation Number WP249
The “Bucket Test” may Improve Detection of Stroke in Patients With
Acute Dizziness
Deema Fattal, Atif Zafar, Berna Borte, Yasir Elhawi, Ali Maamar-Tayeb, Azeemuddin
Ahmad, Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Poster Board Number P250 / Presentation Number WP250
Prehospital Initiation of Neuroprotection Followed by Endovascular Therapy for
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Peggy L Nguyen, Nerses Sanossian, William J Mack, Univ of Southern California,
Los Angeles, CA; David S Liebeskind, UCLA Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los
Angeles, CA; Sidney Starkman, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Scott Hamilton,
Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Robin Conwit, Natl Inst of Neurological
Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles,
CA; FAST-MAG Investigators and Coordinators
Poster Board Number P251 / Presentation Number WP251
EMS Collaboration Reduces Door to Needle Times in Community Hospital
Kathryn E Funk, Bon Secours Maryview Medical Ctr, Portsmouth, VA
Poster Board Number P254 / Presentation Number WP254
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist Impact on Door-to-Needle Time in Patients
with Acute Ischemic Stroke
Joshua S Jacoby, Lisa E Dumkow, Muhammad U Farooq, Heather M Draper, G R
DeYoung, Kasey L Bucher, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, Grand Rapids, MI
Poster Board Number P438 / Presentation Number WP438
The Los Angeles Motor Scale (LAMS) is a Validated and Robust Tool for
Paramedic Assessment of Stroke Severity in the Field
Joon-Tae Kim, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Pil-Wook
Chung, Kangbuk Samsung Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Sidney Starkman, David
Geffen Sch of Med at the Univ of California, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses Sanossian, Keck
Sch of Med of the Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Samuel Stratton,
Harbor–UCLA Medical Ctr, Torrance, CA; Marc Eckstein, Keck Sch of Med of the Univ
of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Frank Pratt, David Geffen Sch of Med at the
Univ of California, Los Angeles, CA; Robin Conwit, Natl Inst of Neurological Disorders
and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Scott Hamilton, Stanford Univ Medical Sch, Palo Alto, CA;
Jeffrey L Saver, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Primary
Poster Board Number P439 / Presentation Number WP439
Who Benefits From CT-Angiography Previous Intravenous Thrombolysis?
Pedro Cardona, Helena Quesada, Blanca Lara, Nuria Cayuela, Paloma Mora, Roger
Barranco, De Miquel M Angeles, Bellvitge Univ Hosp, Barcelona, Spain; Anna Escrig,
Parc Sanitari St Joan de Deu, Sant Boi, Spain; Xavier Ustrell, Hosp Joan XXIII, Tarragona, Spain; Moises Garces, Hosp Verge Cinta Tortosa, Tortosa, Spain; Ester Catena,
Hosp de l´Alt Penedes, Vilafranca del Penedes, Spain; Alfons Moral, Hosp Sant Camil,
Sant Pere de Ribe, Spain; Teresa Bernal, Hosp Igualada, Igualada, Spain; Francisco
Rubio, Bellvitge Univ Hosp, Barcelona, Spain Primary
Experimental Mechanisms and Models Posters I WP255 – WP282
Poster Board Number P255 / Presentation Number WP255
Cftr Deficiency Increases Systolic Blood Pressure and Exacerbates
Cerebrovascular Remodeling in Angiotensin-induced Hypertension
Feng Yuan, Sun Yat-sen Univ, Guangzhou, China; Li-Yan Zhao, The First Affiliated
Hosp , Sun Yat-Sen Univ, Guangzhou, China; Bin Zhang, Guangdong General Hosptial,
Guangzhou, China; Wen-Liang Chen, Guangzhou Medical Univ, Guangzhou, China; Ni
Pan, Sun Yat-sen Univ, Guangzhou, China; Wei-Lu Chai, Guangdong General Hosptial,
Guangzhou, China; Jim Hu, Hong-Shuo Sun, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Jie
Liu, Yong-Yuan Guan, Guan-Lei Wang, Sun Yat-sen Univ, Guangzhou, China
Poster Board Number P256 / Presentation Number WP256
Serum Glutamate Level but Not NMDAR Antibody – A Potential Biomarker of
Early Ischemia in Rat Stroke Model
Shahpar Nahrir, Muhammad Al-Shardan, Natl Neuroscience Inst, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia; Aziz A Chentoufi, Pathology & Clinical Lab Med Admin (PCLMA), Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia; Falah AlMohanna, King Faisal Specialist Hosp and Res Ctr, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia; Abdullah M Assiri, King Faisal Specialist Hosp & Res Ctr, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia;
Fahmi Al-Senani, Natl Neuroscience Inst, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Poster Board Number P257 / Presentation Number WP257
Metabolic Profiling in the Plasma of Rats in Response to Aging and Ischemic
Stroke by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Vijesh J Bhute, Umadevi V Wesley, James F Hatcher, Robert J Dempsey, Sean P
Palecek, Univ of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number P258 / Presentation Number WP258
Effective Neuroprotection After Clinically Relevant Delay Using
Intra-arterial Recanalization Plus Perivascular Hypothermia: Novel Approach
to an Old Problem
Jessica Lamb, Padmesh Rajput, Mani Nezhad, Shweta Kothari, Konrad Schlick,
Patrick Lyden, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
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Poster Board Number P259 / Presentation Number WP259
Metabolomic Analysis of Ischemic Brain Tissue to Explore Specific Metabolic
Pathway Assosiated With Cerebral Ischemia
Yusuke Yamamoto, Kohkichi Hosoda, Yasuhiro Irino, Jun Tanaka, Taichiro Imahori,
Tomoaki Nakai, Eiji Kohmura, Kobe Univ graduate school of medicine, Kobe, Japan
Poster Board Number P270 / Presentation Number WP270
Myeloid P2X4 Receptor Deletion Confers Neuroprotection in Females but not in
Males After Experimental Stroke
Venugopal Reddy Venna, Sharon E Benashski, Rajkumar Verma, Louise D
McCullough, Bruce T Liang, Univ of Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P260 / Presentation Number WP260
The Dramatic Alteration of Microvascular Complexity and Endothelial Cell Gene
Expression in Mice With Metabolic Syndrome
Guanxi Xiao, Stefanie Nunez, Jason D Hinman, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P271 / Presentation Number WP271
Stroke Extensively Alters the Cerebral Expression of Transcribed
Ultraconserved Regions of the Genome
Suresh L Mehta, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Ashutosh Dharap, Los Alamos Natl
Lab, Los Alamos, NM; Raghu Vemuganti, Univ of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number P261 / Presentation Number WP261
Sex Differences in Circulating Leukocyte Subtype and Activation Following
Ischemic Stroke
Meaghan Roy-O’Reilly, Hetal Mistry, Madeline Levy, Louise McCullough, Univ of
Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P272 / Presentation Number WP272
Exogenous Hydrogen Sulfide With Normoxic Resuscitation Protects
Hippocampal Neurons in a Mouse Model of Cardiac Arrest
Shin Nakayama, Noriko Taguchi, Makoto Tanaka, Univ of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
Poster Board Number P262 / Presentation Number WP262
White Matter Stroke and Alzheimer’s Pathology Synergize to Worsen Outcomes
in the First Clinically Relevant Mouse Model of Mixed Vascular and Alzheimer’s
Disease Dementia
Julia Huang, Stefanie Nunez, Gregory Cole, Edmond Teng, Jason D Hinman, Univ of
California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P263 / Presentation Number WP263
Mutagenesis Studies Revealed Minimal Impact of Human A120T Variant of
Protease-activated Receptor 4 on Receptor function or Pharmacological
Response to a Potent and Selective Antagonist
Mario F Callejo, Jeffrey Colin, Sophie Desmeules, Univ de Montréal, Montréal, QC,
Canada; Chi Sum, Tao Wang, John Feder, Gabe Mintier, Ke Xu, Zhaoqing Wang, Fraz
Ismat, Xuewen Ma, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Pennington, NJ; Roger Rémillard,
Jacques Banville, Anne Marinier, Univ de Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada; Scott
Priestley, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Pennington, NJ; Michel Bouvier, Univ de
Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada; Jing Yang, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company,
Pennington, NJ
Poster Board Number P264 / Presentation Number WP264
Possible Epigenetic Modulation of Cerebral Angiotensin Type 2 Receptor in the
Cognitive Function in Vascular Dementia
Jun Iwanami, Masaki Mogi, Kana Tsukuda, Xiao-Li Wang, Akinori Higaki, Masanori
Kukida, Hirotomo Nakaoka, Toshifumi Yamauchi, Hui-Yu Bai, Bao-Shuai Shan, Li-Juan
Min, Masatsugu Horiuchi, Ehime Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Tohon, Ehime, Japan
Poster Board Number P265 / Presentation Number WP265
Anti-inflammatory Effects Of Ceria Nanoparticles In Experimental Intracerebral
Hemorrhage Models
Chi Kyung Kim, Dong-Wan Kang, In-Young Choi, Seul-Ki Ki, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Min Soh, Seoul Natl Univ, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Do
Yeon Kim, Jung Min Pyun, Han-Gil Jeong, Jun Yup Kim, Seung-Hoon Lee, Seoul Natl
Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P266 / Presentation Number WP266
Deficiency of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 2 Causes Deterioration of
Cognitive Function
Jun Iwanami, Masaki Mogi, Xiao-Li Wang, Kana Tsukuda, Akinori Higaki, Masanori
Kukida, Hirotomo Nakaoka, Toshifumi Yamauchi, Hui-Yu Bai, Bao-Shuai Shan, Li-Juan
Min, Masatsugu Horiuchi, Ehime Univ Graduate Sch of Medic, Tohon, Ehime, Japan
Poster Board Number P267 / Presentation Number WP267
9-Tert-Butyl Doxycycline Inhibits Neuronal Injury and Neutrophil Trafficking
After Global Cerebral Ischemia
Nguyen Mai, Landa Prifti, Marc W Halterman, Univ of Rochester, Rochester, NY
Primary
Poster Board Number P268 / Presentation Number WP268
Leukemia Inhibitory Factor Upregulates Superoxide Dismutase 3 in Neurons
via Activation of Myeloid Zinc Finger-1
Stephanie M Davis, Lisa A Collier, Jawad A Fazal, Christopher C Leonardo, Craig T
Ajmo Jr, Keith R Pennypacker, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Poster Board Number P269 / Presentation Number WP269
New Insights Into Worsened Cerebral Ischemia in Hypertensive Rats: Roles of
WNK-SPAK/OSR1-NKCC1 Signaling
Mohammad Iqbal H Bhuiyan, Hui Yuan, Univ of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; Kristopher
T Kahle, Yale Univ Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Sung-Sen Yang, Shih-Hua Lin, Tri-Service General Hosp, Natl Defense Medical Ctr, Taipei, Taiwan; Seth L Alper, Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Ctr, and Dept of Med, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA; Arohan
R Subramanya, Univ of Pittsburgh Sch of Med, Pittsburgh, PA; Dandan Sun, Univ of
Pittsburgh, Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Health Care System, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P273 / Presentation Number WP273
Focal Knockdown of Matrix Metalloprotease 3 Reduces Hemorrhagic
Transformation and Improves Neurobehavioral Outcomes in Hyperglycemic
Stroke
Sherif Hafez, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA; Mohammed Abdelsaid, Sally Elshafey,
Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA; Susan Fagan, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA;
Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P274 / Presentation Number WP274
Inhibition of Na+/H+ Exchanger Isoform 1 and/or Voltage Gated Proton Channel
Improves Outcomes in an Embolic Stroke Model
Weiguo Li, Rebecca Ward, Jingping Sun, Xinyue Guo, Adviye Ergul, Paul O’Connor,
Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P275 / Presentation Number WP275
Hemorrhagic Transformation in Large Cerebral Infarction of Rats Pretreated
With Dabigatran or Warfarin
Sunho An, Il Kwon, Jayoung Kim, Joonsang Yoo, Kijeong Lee, Jang-Hyun Baek, Young
Dae Kim, Seung-Hee Yang, Hyun-Jung Choi, Hyo Suk Nam, Ji Hoe Heo, Yonsei Univ
Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of Primary
Poster Board Number P276 / Presentation Number WP276
Drag Reducing Polymers Based Resuscitation Fluid Improves Cerebral
Microcirculation After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Hemorrhagic Shock
Devon Lara, Gloria Statom, Olga A Bragina, Univ of New Mexico Sch of Med,
Albuquerque, NM; Marina V Kameneva, McGowan Inst for Regenerative Med, Univ of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; Edwin M Nemoto, Denis E Bragin, Univ of New Mexico Sch
of Med, Albuquerque, NM
Poster Board Number P277 / Presentation Number WP277
Non-invasive Tracking of CD4 + T Cells With a Paramagnetic and Fluorescent
Nanoparticle in Brain Ischemia
Wei-Na Jin, St Joseph’s Hosp and Medical Ctr, Barrow Neurological Inst, Phoenix,
AZ; Xiaoxia Yang, Tianjin Neurological Inst, Tianjin Medical Univ General Hosp,
Tianjin, China; Zhiguo Li, Barrow Neurological Inst, St Joseph’s Hosp and Medical
Ctr, Phoenix, AZ; Minshu Li, Samuel Xiang-Yu Shi, Kristofer Wood, Qingwei Liu,
St Joseph’s Hosp and Medical Ctr, Barrow Neurological Inst, Phoenix, AZ; Ying
Fu, Wei Han, Tianjin Neurological Inst, Tianjin Medical Univ General Hosp, Tianjin,
China; Yun Xu, Affiliated Drum Tower Hosp, Nanjing Univ Medical Sch, Nanjing,
China; Fu-Dong Shi, Qiang Liu, St Joseph’s Hosp and Medical Ctr, Barrow Neurological Inst, Phoenix, AZ
Poster Board Number P278 / Presentation Number WP278
Effects of Prasugrel on Cerebral Infarction and Neurological Deficits in a
Non-human Primate Model of Thrombotic Stroke
Atsuyuki Tomizawa, Kousaku Ohno, Daiichi Sankyo, Tokyo, Japan; Joseph A
Jakubowski, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, IN; Makoto Mizuno, Atsuhiro Sugidachi,
Daiichi Sankyo, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P279 / Presentation Number WP279
Disruption of Cortico-hippocampal Functional Connectivity Underlies the
Memory Impairment Following Experimental Stroke
Gratianne Rabiller, Yasuo Nishijima, Jiwei He, Dept of Neurological Surgery, UCSF and
SFVAMC, San Francisco, CA; Xavier Leinekugel, Bruno Bontempi, Univ de Bordeaux
and CNRS, Inst des Maladies Neurodégénératives, UMR 5293, Bordeaux, France;
Jialing Liu, Dept of Neurological Surgery, UCSF and SFVAMC, San Francisco, CA
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Poster Board Number P280 / Presentation Number WP280
Caveolin-1, Ring Finger Protein 213, and Endothelial Function in Moyamoya
Disease
Jong-Won Chung, Suk Jae Kim, Jaechun Hwang, Mi Ji Lee, Hanna Choe, Samsung
Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Mi Jeong Oh, Soo Yoon Kim, Yeon Hee Cho,
Gyeong Joon Moon, Samsung Biomedical Res Inst, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Jihoon
Cha, Keon Ha Kim, Pyeong Jeon, Je Young Yeon, Je Young Yeon, Jong-Soo Kim,
Seung Chyul Hong, Chang-Seok Ki, Gyeong-Moon Kim, Chin-Sang Chung, Kwang Ho
Lee, Oh Young Bang, Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P281 / Presentation Number WP281
Plasma Kallikrein Inhibition Reduces Tissue Plasminogen Activator-induced
Stroke Damage and Hemorrhage Transformation
Fabricio Simão, Allen C Clermont, Edward P Feener, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P282 / Presentation Number WP282
DS-1040 an Inhibitor of the Activated Thrombin Activatable Fibrinolysis
Inhibitor Improves Behavior in Embolized Rabbits
Paul A Lapchak, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr Neurology & Neurosurgery, Los Angeles,
CA; Paul D Boitano, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr Dept Neurology, Los Angeles, CA;
Kengo Noguchi, Daiichi Sankyo Co, Ltd, Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes Posters I
Poster Board Number P283 / Presentation Number WP283
Temporal Changes in Mortality and Hospitalization Days in Nationwide
Hospital Cohort According to Stroke Subtype and Comprehensive Stroke Care
Capabilities: J-aspect Study
Ryota Kurogi, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Akiko Kada, Nagoya Medical Ctr, Nagoya,
Japan; Kunihiro Nishimura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Satoru
Kamitani, Univ of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Japan; Ataru Nishimura, Tetsuro Sayama, Kyushu
Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Jyoji Nakagawara, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita,
Japan; Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ, Morioka, Japan; Junichi Ono, Chiba
Cardiovasular Ctr, Ichihahra, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ Sch of Med,
Mitaka, Japan; Toru Aruga, Showa Univ, Shinagawa, Japan; Shigeru Miyachi, Osaka
Medical Coll, Takatsuki, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Suita, Japan; Shinya Matsuda, Univ of Environmental and Occupational Health,
Kita-Kyushu, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Collage of Med, Hyogo, Japan; Kazuo
Okuchi, Nara Medical Univ, Kashihara, Japan; Fumiaki Nakamura, Univ of Tokyo,
Bunkyo, Japan; Koji Iihara, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; J-ASPECT Investigators
Poster Board Number P284 / Presentation Number WP284
Regional Disparities in the Quality of Stroke Care
Seth Seabury, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Katalin Bognar, Precision
Health Economics, Los Angeles, CA; Yaping Xu, Genentech, San Francisco, CA;
Caroline Huber, Precision Health Economics, Los Angeles, CA; S Renee Commerford,
Darren Tayama, Genentech, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P285 / Presentation Number WP285
Sex Disparities in Stroke Care in Puerto Rico Hospitals Participating
in the Florida-Puerto Rico Collaboration to Reduce Stroke Disparities
(FL-PR CReSD) Study
Juan Carlos Zevallos, Florida Intl Univ, Miami, FL; Maria A Ciliberti-Vargas, Kefeng
Wang, Carolina M Gutierrez, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Enid J
Garcia-Rivera, Univ of Puerto Rico Sch of Med, San Juan, PR; Ulises Nobo, HIMA San
Pablo Caguas, San Juan, PR; Fernando Santiago, Univ of Puerto Rico Sch of Med,
San Juan, PR; Jose G Romano, Negar Asdaghi, Chuanhui Dong, Olveen Carrasquillo,
Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Salina P Waddy, Natl Insts of Health/ Natl
Inst of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Mary Robichaux, American
Heart Association, Marietta, GA; Enmanuel J Perez, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med,
Miami, FL; Michael F Waters, Univ of Florida Coll of Med, Gainesville, FL; Tatjana
Rundek, Ralph L Sacco, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P287 / Presentation Number WP287
Characteristics of Incident and Recurrent Stroke in Taiwan, 2000 to 2011
Meng Lee, Yi-Ling Wu, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Chiayi,
Taiwan; Bruce Ovabiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P289 / Presentation Number WP289
Patient Satisfaction Survey Prior to Discharge in Neuroscience Unit: Evolving
Gap in Hospital Operational Models and Patient Requests
Peter DeRosa, Mahesh Shenai, Barbara Mancini, James Ecklund, John W Cochran,
Depart of Neuroscience Inova Fairfax Hosp, Fairfax, VA
Poster Board Number P290 / Presentation Number WP290
Impact of TIA Training for General Practitioners on 90-Day Stroke Outcomes
Following TIA
Annemarei Ranta, Capital and Coast DHB, Wellington, New Zealand; Susan Dovey,
Univ of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; John Gommans, Hawkes Bay DHB, Hastings,
New Zealand; Mark Weatherall, Univ of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
Poster Board Number P291 / Presentation Number WP291
Predictors of 30-day Same Hospital Readmission After Ischemic Stroke
Eema Hemmen, Emily D Botts, Debra L Paulson, Andrea G Snyder, Thomas M
Hemmen, UCSD Medical Ctr, La Jolla, CA
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Poster Board Number P286 / Presentation Number WP286
Race and Gender Differences Among Patients With First or Recurrent
Ischemic Stroke
Mary G George, Xin Tong, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P288 / Presentation Number WP288
Variations in the Reliability of ICD-9-CM Codes by Hospital Characteristics and
Stroke Severity: The Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program
Tiffany Chang, Judith Lichtman, Yale Sch of Public Health, New Haven, CT; Larry
Goldstein, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; Mary George, Ctrs for Disease Control and
Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P292 / Presentation Number WP292
Discharge Disposition After Intracerebral Hemorrhage and Functional
Outcomes
Jennifer Osborne, Padmini Sekar, Charles J Moomaw, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med,
Cincinnati, OH; David Y Hwang, Kevin N Sheth, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Carl
D Langefeld, Wake Forest Sch of Med, Winston-Salem, NC; Anastasia Vashkevich,
Massachusetts General Hosp Stroke Res, Boston, MA; Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati
Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P293 / Presentation Number WP293
Patient and Hospital Characteristics Associated With Assessing Stroke Patients
for Rehabilitation During Acute Stroke Hospitalization: Findings From the
National REGARDS Study
Virginia J Howard, Jeralyn J Douberly, Univ of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham,
AL; Mathew J Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Abimbola Fadairo,
J David Rhodes, Kimberly D Martin, Christopher M Gamboa, Univ of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; Brett M Kissela, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Justin
Blackburn, Monika M Safford, Univ of Alabama-Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P294 / Presentation Number WP294
Utilization of Hospice Care and Patient Characteristics Associated With
Discharge to Hospice in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Syed F Ali, Nabeel Chauhan, Archana Hinduja, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences,
Little Rock, AR
Poster Board Number P295 / Presentation Number WP295
Prediction of Discharge Destination for Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Irene L Katzan, Nicolas Thompson, Zeshaun Khawaja, Frederick Frost, Cleveland
Clinic Founda, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P296 / Presentation Number WP296
Poststroke Dementia is Associated With Early Institutionalization
Sibolt Gerli, Sami Curtze, Susanna Melkas, Tarja Pohjasvaara, Markku Kaste, Helsinki
Central Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Pekka J Karhunen, Sch of Med, Tampere,
Finland; Niku K Oksala, Tampere Univ Hosp, Tampere, Finland; Timo Erkinjuntti,
Helsinki Central Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P297 / Presentation Number WP297
Healthcare Transitions, Service Use, and Home-time Among Stroke Survivors
With Depression
Gabrielle Harris, Janet Prvu Bettger, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Li Lang, Laine Thomas,
Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Pamela Duncan, Wake Forest Baptist Medical
Ctr, Winston Salem, NC; Mathew Reeves, Michigan State Univeristy, East Lansing,
MI; Ying Xian, Eric D Peterson, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Cheryl Bushnell,
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Ctr, Winston Salem, NC
Poster Board Number P298 / Presentation Number WP298
Patient and Caregiver Physical Health During the First Year Post-stroke
Jill I Cameron, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Poster Board Number P299 / Presentation Number WP299
An Expanded Definition of Caregiving Among Elderly US Stroke Survivors:
Have We Understated the Problem?
Lesli Skolarus, Vicki A Fredman, Chunyang Feng, Jeffrey J Wing, James F Burke, Univ
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P301 / Presentation Number WP301
Noninvasive Beat-to-Beat Assessment of Blood Pressure Variability, Heart Rate
Variability and Baroreflex Sensitivity: Which Parameters Best Predict Clinical
Outcome After Acute Ischemic Stroke?
Li Xiong, Ge Tian, Xiangyan Chen, Howan Leung, Thomas Leung, Yannie Soo, Ka-Sing
Wong, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Poster Board Number P302 / Presentation Number WP302
Atrial Fibrillation First Diagnosed at the Time of Ischemic Stroke: A Missed
Opportunity
Daniel E Singer, Yuchiao Chang, Leila H Borowsky, Susan Regan, Steven M
Greenberg, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P303 / Presentation Number WP303
Stability of High-Quality Warfarin Anticoagulation in a Community-Based Atrial
Fibrillation Cohort: The ATRIA Study
Liane O Dallalzadeh, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA; Alan S Go, Kaiser Permanente Northern California, San Francisco, CA; Yuchiao Chang, Leila H Borowsky,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Margaret C Fang, Univ of California, San
Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Daniel E Singer, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston,
MA Primary
Poster Board Number P304 / Presentation Number WP304
Improving Safety of Stroke Prevention Strategies in AF: Effect of Online CME
Jelena S Spyropoulos, Medscape Education, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P305 / Presentation Number WP305
Impact Of Metformin on Survival Following Ischemic Stroke in Patients With
Diabetes: The Greater Cincinnati Northern/Kentucky Stroke Study (GCNKSS)
Samrat Yeramaneni, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Dawn
Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Heidi Sucharew, Cincinnati Children’s
Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Charles Moomaw, Matthew
Flaherty, Daniel Woo, Opeolu Adeoye, Simona Ferioli, Felipe de Los Rios La Rosa,
Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical
Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Pooja Khatri, Brett
Kissela, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Jane Khoury, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp
Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P306 / Presentation Number WP306
Low Rates of Screening and Treatment for Osteoporosis Following Stroke
Marla Prager, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Jiming Fang, Inst for Clinical
Evaluative Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada; Peter Austin, Angela Cheung, Leanne
Casaubon, Peter Cram, Shabbir Alibhai, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Melissa
Stamplecoski, Inst for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada; Brennan
Rashkovan, Univ of Western Ontario, Toronto, ON, Canada; Moira Kapral, Univ of
Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P311 / Presentation Number WP311
In-hospital Depression and Anxiety and History of Depression Predict 3 Months
Post-stroke Depression and Anxiety
Nada El Husseini, Pamela Duncan, Ralph D’Agostino Jr, Walter T Ambrosius, Laura
Bishop, Sabina Gesell, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston Salem, NC; Janet
Prvu-Bettger, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Cheryl Bushnell, Wake Forest Baptist Health,
Winston Salem, NC
Poster Board Number P312 / Presentation Number WP312
The Association of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) With 30-day and 1-year
Post Ischemic Stroke Mortality and Rehospitalization: Get With the Guidelines
(GWTG) Stroke
Nada El Husseini, Wake Forest Baptist Univ Hosp, Winston Salem, NC; Gregg C
Fonarow, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada;
Christine Ju, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General
Hosp, Boston, MA; Adrian F Hernandez, Phillip Schulte, Ying Xian, Duke Univ, Durham,
NC; Larry B Goldstein, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number P313 / Presentation Number WP313
Quality of Ischemic Stroke-related Care in Patients With Chronic Kidney
Disease (CKD) on Dialysis: Findings From Get With the Guidelines-stroke
Nada El Husseini, Wake Forest Baptist Health, Winston Salem, NC; Gregg C Fonarow,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Christine
Ju, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston,
MA; Adrian F Hernandez, Phillip Schulte, Ying Xian, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Larry B
Goldstein, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number P314 / Presentation Number WP314
Renal Insufficiency Worsens Outcomes in Cerebrovascular Disease
Sea mi Park, Albany Medical Ctr, Albany, NY; Shouri Lahiri, Asma Moheet, Konrad
Schlick, Shlee Song, Jaspreet Mann, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Axel
Rosengart, Cedars Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P315 / Presentation Number WP315
Acute Myocardial Infarction Associated With Worse Outcomes in Acute
Cerebrovascular Disease
Sea mi Park, Albany Medical Ctr, Albany, NY; Shouri Lahiri, Asma Moheet, Jaspreet
Mann, Cedars Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Axel Rosengart, Cedars Sinai
Medical Ctr, Neurology, Neurosurgery and Biomedical Sciences, CA
Poster Board Number P316 / Presentation Number WP316
Incidence, Risk Factors, and In-Hospital Outcomes Associated With
Hospital-Acquired Conditions and Patient Safety Indicators In Spontaneous
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Kavelin Rumalla, Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas City, MO;
Ashna Rajan, Manoj K Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P317 / Presentation Number WP317
Reducing Hospital-acquired Pneumonia Rate in Stroke Patients
Elizabeth Diebolt, Rebecca Andrie, Thomas Bleck, Susie Drakes, Pamela Gayatin,
Mary Henseler, Christian Hernandez, Diana Goodman, Sarah Livesay, John Segreti,
Deval Daily, Anisa Jivana, James Conners, Rush Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P307 / Presentation Number WP307
Social Factors That influence Follow-up in Stroke Clinic
Nicholas Osteraas, Sarah Song, Bichun Ouyang, Vivien Lee, Laurel Cherian, James
Conners, Elizabeth Diebolt, Shawna Cutting, Rush Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P318 / Presentation Number WP318
Racial Differences in the Prevalence of Falls among Stroke Survivors
Jeffrey James Wing, Grand Valley State Univ, Grand Rapids, MI; Lesli E Skolarus,
Philippa J Clarke, Chunyang Feng, James F Burke, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P308 / Presentation Number WP308
Changes in Depressive Symptoms From the Hospital Setting to Outpatient
Clinic Among Ischemic Stroke Patients
Munachi N Okpala, Rozina Wadhwania, Mary C Denny, Farhaan Vahidy, Sean I Savitz,
Anjail Sharrief, Univ of Texas Medical Sch, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P319 / Presentation Number WP319
Relationship Between Hospital Process Performance and Mortality Among
Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Zixiao Li Sr, Yilong Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China;
Ying Xian, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Linzi Li, Fudan Univ, Shanghai, China;
Xingquan Zhao, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Xiaolei
Bao, General hospital of Lanzhou Military Area Command, Lanzhou, China; Liping Liu,
Chunjuan Wang, Hao Li, Chunxue Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ,
Beijing, China; Qing Yang, Janet Bettger, Duke Univ Sch of Nursing, Durham, NC;
Yongjun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P309 / Presentation Number WP309
Detection of Depressive Symptoms Among Ischemic Stroke Patients not
Screened in the Acute Setting
Anjail Sharrief, Munachi Okpala, Rozina N Wadhwania, Mansoor Mughal, Farhaan
Vahidy, Mary C Denny, Sean I Savitz, Univ of Texas Medical Sch, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P310 / Presentation Number WP310
A Depression Screening Protocol for Acute Stroke Patients: a Quality
Improvement Project
Celia A McIntosh, Rochester Regional Health, Rochester, NY
Poster Board Number P320 / Presentation Number WP320
The Management of low Density Lipid Cholesterol and Predictors of Goal
Achievement in Stroke Patients in China
Chunjuan Wang Jr, Yilong Wang, Zixiao Li, Yongjun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp,
Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
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Poster Board Number P321 / Presentation Number WP321
Smartphone Application Iodine: A Novel Method for Screening and
Identification of Specific Stroke Study Population
Lauren C Dennis, Parth Thakker, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC; Karen Cartrett,
Palmetto Health, Columbia, SC; Neil Patel, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC; Josh Toub,
Iodine Software, Austin, TX; Souvik Sen, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC
Poster Board Number P322 / Presentation Number WP322
Inability to Identify Physician is Associated With Medication and Care Plan
Knowledge Gaps Ii Stroke Patients
Fred Cohen, Jeffrey M Katz, Jackie McCarthy, Ignacio Lopez, Paul Wright, North
Shore LIJ Health System, Manhasset, NY
Poster Board Number P323 / Presentation Number WP323
Bridging The Gap Between Acute Care and Public Health
Kari D Moore, Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY; Bonita Bobo, Peter Rock, Kentucky
Dept for Public Health, Frankfort, KY; Elizabeth Wise, Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Poster Board Number P324 / Presentation Number WP324
Integrated Systems Enhance Equitable and High-Quality Stroke Prevention
Clinic Care
Sophia Gocan, Aline Bourgoin, Champlain Regional Stroke Network, The Ottawa
Hosp, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Ruth Hall, Ferhana Khan, Limei Zhou, Inst for Clinical
Evaluative Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada; Grant Stotts, Champlain Regional Stroke
Network, The Ottawa Hosp, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P325 / Presentation Number WP325
Transitional Care Interventions Result in Statistically Significant Reduction in
Stroke Readmission Rate
Kimberly Gray, Susan Hickenbottom, St Joseph Mercy Hosp, Ypsilanti, MI
Poster Board Number P326 / Presentation Number WP326
Improving Follow-up Visits for Patients from the Stroke Service
Kimberly P Gannon, Scott Kasner, Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Poster Board Number P327 / Presentation Number WP327
Implementation of a Pharmacist Driven Comprehensive Stroke Education Program
Viet-Huong V Nguyen, Chapman Univ Sch of Pharmacy, Irvine, CA; Mary M Wen,
LAC-USC Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Lyn A Clarito, UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical
Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Yana Bukovskaya, Ochsner Medical Ctr, New Orleans, LA; Grace
L Minassian, Kimberly Panizzon, Sunita Dergalust, Roi Ann Wallis, VA Greater Los
Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P328 / Presentation Number WP328
Seizure in Patients With Co-morbid Stroke in the United States: Frequency
and Characteristics
Oladimeji Akinboro, Montefiore New Rochelle Hosp, New Rochelle, NY; Odunayo
Olorunfemi, Rochester General Hosp, Rochester, NY; Stephen Jesmajian, Montefiore
New Rochelle Hosp, New Rochelle, NY; Bruce Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South
Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P329 / Presentation Number WP329
Video Conferencing is the Preferred Method for Follow-up Communication for
Post-hospital Stroke Patients
Fred Cohen, Jackie McCarthy, Michelle Gribko, Jeffrey M Katz, Paul Wright, North
Shore LIJ Health System, Manhasset, NY
Poster Board Number P330 / Presentation Number WP330
Unreliable Long-term Cost Data Introduces Substantial Uncertainty Into Stroke
Cost-Effectiveness Models
Michelle Leppert, Univ of Colorado, Aurora, CO; James Burke, Univ of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI; Jennifer Simpson, Jonathan Campbell, Univ of Colorado, Aurora, CO
Poster Board Number P331 / Presentation Number WP331
The Effect of ABCD2 Score as a Triage Tool for TIA Patients on 90 Day Hospital
Re-Admission
Theresa B Sevilis, Navdeep Sangha, Grace Tu, Cristina Valdovinos, Catherine Lui,
David McCartney, Zoe Bider, Zahra Ajani, Kaiser Permanente LAMC, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P332 / Presentation Number WP332
Updating the Structure of Stroke Clinical Research Data: Version 2 of the
Stroke Common Data Elements From the National Institutes of Health/National
Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Joy R Esterlitz, The Emmes Corp, Rockville, MD; Jeffrey L Saver, Comprehensive
Stroke Ctr and Dept of Neurology, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Steven Warach, Medical
Sch Univ of Texas Austin, Seton Healthcare Family, Austin, TX; Thomas G Brott, Mayo
Clinic, Jacksonville, FL; Ralph L Sacco, Univ of Miami, Coral Gables, FL; Muniza
Sheikh, Sherita Ala’i, The Emmes Corp, Rockville, MD; Joanne Odenkirchen, The Natl
Inst of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD
Poster Board Number P333 / Presentation Number WP333
Clinical Research Coordinators’ Barriers and Best Practices to Minority
Recruitment in Stroke Clinical Trials
Jazmin Rivera, Lauren Southwick, Nina S Parikh, New York Univ, NY, NY; Sean Haley,
Brooklyn Coll CUNY, NY, NY; Bernadette Boden-Albala, New York Univ, NY, NY Primary
Poster Board Number P334 / Presentation Number WP334
American Indian Participation in Clinical Research: A Cultural Perspective
Survey from a CREST-2 Site
Delilah Robb, Native American Res Internship Program, Salt Lake City, UT; Adam de
Havenon, Alicia Bennett, Kinga Aitken, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Mary Longbottom, May Clinic, Jacksonville, FL; Robert D Brown Jr, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN;
Jennifer Majersik, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number P335 / Presentation Number WP335
Incidence of Stroke Mimics and Post R-tpa Hemorrhage in the Era of
Telemedicine
Alain Lekoubou, Dong In Sin, Alison Smock, Shelly Ozark, Medical Univ of South
Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P336 / Presentation Number WP336
Patient Characteristics and in Hospital Complications Associated With High
Cost Ischemic Stroke Admissions
Khawja A Siddiqui, Xiu Liu, Karen E Lynch, Sadiqa B Mahmood, Hui Zheng, David M
Shahian, Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P337 / Presentation Number WP337
Publication Bias and Low Power Contribute to the Efficacy Decline of
Neuroprotective Drugs From Experimental Stroke Studies to Phase Iii
Clinical Trials
Antje Schmidt, Univ Hosp Münster, Münster, Germany; Jürgen Wellmann, Univ of
Münster, Münster, Germany; Nils-Martin Bruckmann, Jan-Kolja Strecker, Kai Diederich, Jens Minnerup, Univ Hosp Münster, Münster, Germany
Poster Board Number P338 / Presentation Number WP338
Combined Coiling and Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cell Therapy
Could be a More Cost-effective Alternative to Coiling Alone
Amin Adibi, Arindom Sen, Alim P Mitha, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
In-hospital Treatment Posters I
WP339 – WP353
Poster Board Number P339 / Presentation Number WP339
Cerebral Blood Flow Response to Bolus Normal Saline
Michael T Mullen, Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Ashwin B
Parthasarathy, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Ali Zandieh, Hosp of the Univ of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Wesley Baker, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA;
Scott E Kasner, Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Arjun G Yodh, Univ
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; John A Detre, Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA
Poster Board Number P340 / Presentation Number WP340
Prevalence and Influence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease on Stroke
Outcomes in Hospitalized Stroke Patients
Oladimeji Akinboro, Montefiore New Rochelle Hosp, New Rochelle, NY; Odunayo
Olorunfemi, Rochester General Hosp, Rochester, NY; Stanley Holstein, Daniel Pomerantz, Stephen Jesmajian, Montefiore New Rochelle Hosp, New Rochelle, NY; Bruce
Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P341 / Presentation Number WP341
Difference in Acute Ischemic Post Thrombolytic Stroke Outcomes in Pre
Comprehensive and Post Comprehensive Status: Single Center Experience
Vishal B Jani, Achint Patel, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Jillian Schurr,
Michigan State Univ, Fort Worth, TX; Erin Shell, Julie Bey, Marylou Mitchell, Ray
Shippey, Mounzer Kassab, Anmar Razak, Adnan Safdar, Michigan State Univ, East
Lansing, MI; Arshad Majid, Sheffield Inst for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN),
Sheffield, United Kingdom; Syed Hussain, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI
Poster Board Number P342 / Presentation Number WP342
Antithrombotics Within 24 Hours After Recanalization Treatment: Is it Safe?
Beom Joon Kim, Han-Gil Jeong, Mi-Hwa Yang, Moon-Ku Han, Seong-Ho Park,
Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea,
Republic of
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Poster Board Number P344 / Presentation Number WP344
Vascular Unloading Technique for Continuous Non-invasive Blood Pressure
Monitoring After Intravenous Thrombolysis in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Interim
Analysis of a Prospective Method Comparison Study
Timo Siepmann, Anne Koehler, Kristian Barlinn, Jessica Kepplinger, Alexandra
Prakapenia, Martin Lesser, Ana Isabel Penzlin, Univ Hosp Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden,
Germany; Sylvia J Buchmann, Char, Berlin, Germany; Charlotte Zerna, Univ Hosp Carl
Gustav Carus, Dresden, Germany; Ben M Illigens, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr,
Boston, MA; Heinz Reichmann, Volker Pütz, Tjalf Ziemssen, Ulf Bodechtel, Univ Hosp
Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden, Germany
Poster Board Number P345 / Presentation Number WP345
‘Palliative Care Encounter’ for Stroke Patients in US
Tarvinder Singh, Claire Creutzfeldt, David Tirschwell, Univ of Washington, Seattle, WA
Poster Board Number P346 / Presentation Number WP346
HIAT2 Predicts Poor Functional Outcome, Palliative Care Involvement, and Inhospital Mortality in tPA Treated and Untreated Ischemic Stroke Patients
Manmeet Kaur, Amelia K Boehme, Karen C Albright, Micheal Lyerly, April Sisson,
Kanika Arora, Ayaz M Khawaja, Angela Hays Shapshak, Toby Gropen, UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P347 / Presentation Number WP347
Clopidogrel Plus Aspirin in Patients With Different Types of Single Small
Subcortical Infarction_Subgroup Analysis of CHANCE Trial
Yilong Wang, Xiaomeng Yang, Jing Jing, Xingquan Zhao, Liping Liu, Chunxue Wang,
Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; David Wang, Sisters of the
Third Order of St Francis Healthcare System, Univ of Illinois Coll of Med, Peoria, IL;
Anxin Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China; Xia Meng, Yongjun Wang, Beijing
Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P348 / Presentation Number WP348
Palliative Care is Underutilized in Ischemic Stroke Patients With Poor
Functional Outcome
April Sisson, Karen C Albright, Sindhu Lakkur, Marie Bakitas, Kara Sands, Manmeet
Kaur, Michael Lyerly, Toby Gropen, Kathryn Burgio, UAB, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P349 / Presentation Number WP349
Feeding Status After Stroke and Effect of Glyceryl Trinitrate: Data From the
Efficacy of Nitric Oxide in Stroke (ENOS) Trial
Lisa Woodhouse, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom; Shaheen Hamdy,
Univ of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; David Smithard, Princess Royal
Univ Hosp, Orpington, United Kingdom; David Cohen, Northwick Park Hosp, Harrow,
United Kingdom; Nikola Sprigg, Philip M Bath, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham,
United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P350 / Presentation Number WP350
Pumping Against Gravity – Cardiac Function Affects Fluctuations in Cerebral
Blood Flow Caused by Head Position Change in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Joseph Miller, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI; Richard Thompson, Sarah Akhtar, Philip
Jackson, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Jared Goldberg, Randy Bitrus,
Christopher Lewandowski, Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P352 / Presentation Number WP352
Imaging Parameters Alone Predict Early Recurrent Cerebrovascular Endpoints
in Patients with Transient Ischemic Attack and Minor Stroke
Shadi Yaghi, Sara K Rostanski, Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New
York, NY; Sheryl Martin-Schild, Alyana Samai, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; Brian
Silver, Christina A Blum, Matthew Siket, Mahesh Jayaraman, Muhib Khan, Karen L
Furie, The Warren Alpert Medical Sch of Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Mitchell S Elkind,
Randolph S Marshall, Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P353 / Presentation Number WP353
What Makes New Ischemic Lesions Symptomatic After Aortic Valve
Replacement?
Ronen Leker, Hadassah-Hebrew Univ Medical Ctr, Jerusalem, Israel; Steven Messe,
Guray Erus, Michel Bilello, Molly Fanning, Michael Acker, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Tania Giovannetti, Temple Univ, Philadelphia, PA; Scott E Kasner, Univ
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Thomas Floyd, Stony Brook Univ, Stonybrook, NY;
Determining Neurologic Outcomes from Valve Operations (DeNOVO) Investigators
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Posters I
WP354 – WP374
Poster Board Number P354 / Presentation Number WP354
Prophylactic Anti-epileptic Drugs and Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Ali Zandieh, Steven R Messé, Brett Cucchiara, Michael T Mullen, Scott E Kasner,
Neurology Dept, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; VISTA-ICH Collaborators
Poster Board Number P355 / Presentation Number WP355
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Care in a Stroke Unit is Safe and Associated With
Lower Costs
Corey R Fehnel, Linda C Wendell, N Stevenson Potter, Rhode Island Hosp/Brown Univ
Alpert Medical Sch, Providence, RI; Kimberly Glerum, Brown Univ, Providence, RI;
Richard N Jones, Brown Univ Alpert Medical Sch, Providence, RI; Muhib Khan, Brian
Silver, Karen L Furie, Bradford B Thompson, Rhode Island Hosp/Brown Univ Alpert
Medical Sch, Providence, RI
Poster Board Number P356 / Presentation Number WP356
Eligibility Criteria in Clinical Trials on Intracerebral Hemorrhage Applied to an
Unselected Cohort: The Lund Stroke Register
Björn M Hansen, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden; Natalie Ullman, Johns Hopkins Medical
Insts, Baltimore, MD; Bo Norrving, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden; Daniel F Hanley, Johns
Hopkins Medical Insts, Baltimore, MD; Arne Lindgren, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden
Poster Board Number P357 / Presentation Number WP357
The Impact of Specific Neuroanatomical Location in Deep Supratentorial
Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH): Findings From the Ethnic/Racial Variations of
ICH Study
Kevin N Sheth, Yale Univ, New Haven, CT; Charles J Moomaw, Jennifer Osborne, Univ
of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl Martini, Baylor, Houston, TX; Brian
Katz, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH; Andreas Charidimou, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Mary Comeau, Carl D Langefeld, Wake Forest Sch
of Med, Winston-Salem, NC; Anastasia Vashkevich, Massachusetts General Hosp,
Boston, MA; Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P358 / Presentation Number WP358
APOE Polymorphisms Influence Longitudinal Lipid Trends Preceding Primary
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Chia-Ling Phuah, Miriam R Raffeld, Alison M Ayres, Alessandro Biffi, M Edip Gurol,
Anand Viswanathan, Steven M Greenberg, Jonathan Rosand, Christopher D Anderson,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P359 / Presentation Number WP359
Incidence and Outcome of Direct Oral Anticoagulant-related Intracranial
Bleeding
Ghazala Basir, Michel Shamy, Grant Stotts, Dar Dowlatshahi, Univ of Ottawa, Ottawa,
ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P360 / Presentation Number WP360
Outcomes After Intracerebral Hemorrhage in Patients With Systemic Cancer:
A Population-Based Study
Santosh Murthy, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Yogesh Moradiya, Northshore Long Island Jewish Health, Long Island, NY; Daniel Hanley, Wendy Ziai, Johns
Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Hooman Kamel, Babak B Navi, Weill Cornell Medical
Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P361 / Presentation Number WP361
Patients From the Tranexamic Acid for Hyperacute Intracerebral Haemorrhage
(TICH-2) Trial Suffering From Hyperglycaemia at Baseline; Their Characteristics
and Day 90 Outcomes
Nikola Sprigg, Katie Robson, Philip M Bath, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham,
United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P362 / Presentation Number WP362
Subarachnoid and Subdural Hemorrhages Concomitant to Acute Lobar
Intracerebral Hematoma are Markers of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy
Alain Viguier, Vanessa Cazzola, Nicolas Raposo, Sofia Patsoura, Lionel Calviere,
Jean-Francois Albucher, Jean-Bernard Ruidavets, Francois Chollet, Vincent Larrue,
Christophe Cognard, Jean-Marc Olivot, Fabrice Bonneville, Hop Pierre Paul Riquet –
Purpan, Toulouse, France
Poster Board Number P363 / Presentation Number WP363
DVT Prophylaxis in Intracerebral Hemorrhage Patients in a Large Health
System: a 5 Year Analysis
John F Zurasky, Tamela Stuchiner, Elizabeth Baraban, Providence Health and
Services, Portland, OR
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Poster Board Number P364 / Presentation Number WP364
Diabetes Mellitus and Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Clinical
Features and Mortality
Ron Liebkind, Neurology, Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Daniel Gordin,
Folkhälsan Inst of Genetics, Folkhälsan Res Ctr, Helsinki, Finland Abdominal Ctr
Nephrology, Univ of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland Res Programs
Unit, Diabetes and Obesity, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Daniel Strbian, Neurology, Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Atte Meretoja, Depts of Med and the Florey,
Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; Lena Thorn, Per Henrik Groop, Folkhälsan
Inst of Genetics, Folkhälsan Res Ctr, Helsinki, Finland Abdominal Ctr Nephrology, Univ
of Helsinki and Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland Res Programs Unit, Diabetes and
Obesity, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Turgut Tatlisumak, Sahlgrenska Acad, Univ
of Gothenburg, Sweden and Dept of Neurology, Sahlgrenska Univ Hosp, Gothenburg,
Sweden; Jukka Putaala, Neurology, Helsinki Univ Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P365 / Presentation Number WP365
Role of Enhanced CT Findings in Endoscopic Surgery for Intracerebral
Hematoma
Atsushi Saito, Hiroyuki Kon, Taigen Nakamura, Wenting Jia, Tatsuya Sasaki, Aomori
Prefectural Central Hosp, Aomori, Japan; Michiharu Nishijima, Saino Minami Hosp,
Toyama, Japan
Poster Board Number P374 / Presentation Number WP374
Validation of a Novel Claims-Based Stroke Severity Index in Patients
Hospitalized with Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Cheng-Yang Hsieh, Tainan Sin Lau Hosp, Tainan, Taiwan; Sheng-Feng Sung, LingChien Hung, Ditmanson Medical Fndn Chia-Yi Christian Hosp, Chiayi, Taiwan
Nursing Posters I
WP376 – WP405
Poster Board Number P376 / Presentation Number WP376
Using the Plan-Do-Study-Act Model to Improve IV TPA Administration Times
Ashley Page, Deb Motz, Sara Hansen, Beth Cline, Michele Patterson, Tracy Moore,
Dicky Huey, Tommye Austin, Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P377 / Presentation Number WP377
Gender Differences of Modifiable Risk Factors of Stroke and Psychological
Factors Among Community-residing Adults With Prehypertension
Hee-Young Song, Yonsei Univ, Wonju, Korea, Republic of; Kyoung A Nam, Hallym Univ,
Chuncheon, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P378 / Presentation Number WP378
Improving Data Quality for Stroke Performance Measures: a Comprehensive
and Systematic Approach to Inter Rater Reliability in Ohio
Alice Liskay, Irene Katzan, Coverdell Coordinating Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Ohio Coverdell
Leadership Team and Hospitals
Poster Board Number P366 / Presentation Number WP366
A Novel Risk Score to Predict In-hospital Deterioration After Spontaneous
Intracerebral Hemorrhage: ICH Progression Score
Ruijun Ji, Runhua Zhang, Xingquan Zhao, Yongjun Wang, Tiantan Hosp, Capital
Medical Univ, Beijing, China Primary
Poster Board Number P367 / Presentation Number WP367
Comparison of Standard Emergency Room Care with Tele-Stroke Evaluation in
Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage Management
Sierra C Ford, Zahra A Ajani, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Ctr, Los
Angeles, CA; Qiaoling Chen, Kaiser Permanente, Pasadena, CA; Vedasto S Sorreda,
Grace M Tu, David L McCartney, Christina Valdovinos, Catherine L Lui, Adam L Sharp,
Navdeep S Sangha, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P379 / Presentation Number WP379
Mode of Arrival Effects tPA Timeliness: a Retrospective Review
Deb Motz, Tracy Moore, Dicky Huey, Tommye Austin, Baptist Health System, San
Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P381 / Presentation Number WP381
DTN Too Slow? Who You Gonna Call? Clot Busters – and the Stroke
Coordinator!
Alicia Richardson, Kathy Morrison, Penn State Hershey Medical Ctr, Hershey, PA
Poster Board Number P368 / Presentation Number WP368
Atrial Fibrillation in Patients With Intracerebral Hemorrhage – Proportion of
Patients With Indications for Anticoagulation
David L Tirschwell, Harborview Medical Ctr, Seattle, WA; Kevin N Sheth, Yale Sch
of Med, New Haven, CT; Enrique C Leira, Univ of Iowa Coll of Med, Iowa City, IA;
Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Steven M Greenberg,
Jonathan Rosand, Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P382 / Presentation Number WP382
Feasibility Testing of mHealth for brainHealth: a Mobile Intervention to Support
Secondary Stroke Prevention
Carole L White, Byron Ihegword, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr at San Antonio, San
Antonio, TX; Michele Patterson, Deb Motz, Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX;
Richard Williamson, Jean-Louis Caron, Lee A Birnbaum, Univ of Texas Health Science
Ctr at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P369 / Presentation Number WP369
Long Sleep Duration as a Risk Factor for Intracerebral Hemorrhage:
a Nationwide, Multicenter Case-control Study
Tae Jung Kim, Chi Kyung Kim, Yerim Kim, Han-Gil Jeong, Kiwoong Nam, Sang Joon
An, Sang-Bae Ko, Byung-Woo Yoon, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P383 / Presentation Number WP383
Does Test-enhanced Learning Improve Retention of Patient/Family Stroke
Education?
Brenda Johnson, Johns Hopkins Medical Ctr, Baltimore, MD; Victor C Urrutia, Johns
Hopkins Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Anne W Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health
Science Ctr – Memphis, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P370 / Presentation Number WP370
Differential Alternative Splicing of Leukocyte mRNAs After Intracerebral
Hemorrhage and Ischemic Stroke of Different Etiologies
Cheryl J Dykstra-Aiello, Glen C Jickling, Bradley P Ander, Xinhua Zhan, DaZhi Liu,
Heather Hull, Miles A Orantia, Carolyn Ho, Frank R Sharp, Boryana S Stamova, Univ of
California, Davis, Sacramento, CA
Poster Board Number P371 / Presentation Number WP371
Characteristics of Fever in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Sabreena J Gillow, Sayona John, Vivien H Lee, Bichun Ouyang, Rush Univ Medical Ctr,
Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P372 / Presentation Number WP372
Preeclampsia and Intracerebral Hemorrhage Risk in Later Life
Sebastian Koch, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Steven Kittner, Univ of Maryland, Baltimore, MD; Padmini Sekar, Charles J Moomaw, Jennifer Osborne, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Carl Langefeld, Wake Forrest Univ, Winston-Salem, NC; Daniel Woo,
Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P373 / Presentation Number WP373
Hyperacute Blood Pressure Variability in Intracerebral Hemorrhage Clinical
Outcome
Georgy Cherkassky, Yasser Khorchid, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis,
TN; Georgios Tsivgoulis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Andrei V Alexandrov, Jason J
Chang, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P384 / Presentation Number WP384
Redesigning the Information Highway – Using Video to Improve Nurse
Satisfaction with Patients’ Transitions from the Emergency Department to the
Neuroscience Unit
Melissa Richardson, Omid Salehi, Kevin Hinkelman, Clarke Tyan, Teresa Young,
Melissa Meyers, Lori Holbert, Melissa Vandergriff, Hillcrest Hosp, Mayfield Heights, OH
Poster Board Number P385 / Presentation Number WP385
The Stroke Transitions Education and Prevention Clinic: a Comprehensive
Approach to Post-stroke Care
Anjail Sharrief, Munachi N Okpala, Univ of Texas Medical Sch, Houston, TX; Kim Yen
Thi Vu, Memorial Hermann Hosp, Houston, TX; Sean I Savitz, Univ of Texas Medical Sch,
Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P386 / Presentation Number WP386
Swallowing Assessment of Nurses and Speech-Therapists
Joanna Stolzenburg, Anja Ott, Cem Bulut, Peter A Ringleb, Univ of Heidelberg,
Heidelberg, Germany
Poster Board Number P387 / Presentation Number WP387
Outcomes of a Wake-up Stroke Protocol
Wendy Barrilleaux, Ruth Fredericks, Scott McPherson, Karl Hatten, Elizabeth Allen,
Tracey Slawson, Brian Turnbow, Amber Nesenson, Ashley Smith, St Dominic Hosp,
Jackson, MS
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Poster Board Number P388 / Presentation Number WP388
Clinically Focused Stroke Coordinator: How to Successfully Contact All Patients
Post Hospitalization at the Highest Target
Georgia Weilbacher, Sharon Hammond-Heaton, The Ohio State Univ Wexner Medical
Ctr, Columbus, OH
Poster Board Number P389 / Presentation Number WP389
Understanding the Clinicians’ Experiences in Collecting Stroke Rehabilitation
Intensity Data Within Ontario
Elizabeth Linkewich, Toronto Stroke Networks, Toronto, ON, Canada; Janine Theben,
West GTA Stroke Network, Mississauga, ON, Canada; Amy Maebrae-Waller, Central
East Stroke Network, Barrie, ON, Canada; Shelley Huffman, Stroke Network of
Southeastern Ontario, Kingston, ON, Canada; Jenn Fearn, Northeastern Ontario
Stroke Network, Sudbury, ON, Canada; Jennifer White, Central East Stroke Network,
Barrie, ON, Canada; Jennifer Beal, Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network, London,
ON, Canada; Gwen Brown, Stroke Network of Southeastern Ontario, Kingston, ON,
Canada; Ruth Hall, Ontario Stroke Network, Toronto, ON, Canada; Judy Murray,
Donelda Sooley, Central East Stroke Network, Barrie, ON, Canada; Deb Willems,
Southwestern Ontario Stroke Network, London, ON, Canada; Sylvia Quant, Toronto
Stroke Networks, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P390 / Presentation Number WP390
The UTHealth Stomp Out Stroke Festival – A City Wide Public Education
Initiative
Elizabeth A Noser, Nneka L Ifejika, The Univ of Texas Medical Sch at Houston,
Houston, TX; James C Grotta, Clinical Innovation and Res Inst, Memorial Hermann
Hosp, Houston, TX; Sean I Savitz, The Univ of Texas Medical Sch at Houston, Houston,
TX
Poster Board Number P391 / Presentation Number WP391
Time out Process Prior to Administration of Tissue Plasminogen Activator for
Acute Ischemic Stroke Treatment
Catherine Spahr, Ruth Linde, Sueanne McKniff, Julie Deel, John Mingle, Wellspan
Health, York, PA
Poster Board Number P400 / Presentation Number WP400
Decreasing Readmissions With Improved Stroke Education
Teresa S White, Barbara Leach, SwedishAmerican Hosp, Rockford, IL
Poster Board Number P401 / Presentation Number WP401
Code Fast: a Quality Improvement Initiated to Reduce Door to Needle Times
Leslie N Busby, Wellstar Kennestone Hosp, Marietta, GA; Kumiko Owada,
Samish Dhungana, VIctoria Coppola, Rebecca Ruban, Christopher Horn, Dustin
Rochestie, Susan Zimmermann, Ahmad Khaldi, Joseph Hormes, Rishi Gupta,
Wellstar Kennestone, Marietta, GA
Poster Board Number P402 / Presentation Number WP402
Performance Measurement of Blood Pressure Management in the Acute Phase
of Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Christine Glendening, Hope Moser, Memorial Hermann Hosp, Houston, TX; Chunyan
Cai, Renganayaki Pandurengan, Univ of Texas-Houston Medical Sch, Houston, TX;
Carolina Diaz, Abigail Marcotte, Jacqueline Denzler, Jennifer Cao, Memorial Hermann
Hosp, Houston, TX; Nicole Gonzales, Univ of Texas-Houston Medical Sch, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P403 / Presentation Number WP403
Empowering Certified Nursing Assistants through Stroke-Specific Education
Nili E Steiner, Pamela Moore, Betty Robertson, Laurie Paletz, Cedars-Sinai Medical
Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P405 / Presentation Number WP405
Improving Adherence to Secondary Stroke Prevention Strategies Through
Motivational Interviewing: a Randomised Controlled Trial
Suzanne Barker-Collo, Peter A Barber, Univ of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand;
Emma Witt, Valery L Feigin, AUT Univ, Auckland, New Zealand; Amy Jones, Univ of
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; Kathryn McPherson, Health Res Council of New
Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand; for the MIST Study Investigators
Pediatric Stroke Posters I
WP406 – WP414
Poster Board Number P392 / Presentation Number WP392
Ventriculitis Related to Venticular Catheteres Eradicated With the Creation of
Strict Guidelines for Insertion to Maintenance to Removal
Jennifer Freund, Patricia Simonowicz, Maria Rinaldi, Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT
Poster Board Number P406 / Presentation Number WP406
The Importance of Pediatric Stroke Family Support
Rhonda Knapp-Clevenger, Children’s Colorado, Aurora, CO; Amanda Kenny, Richard
Boada, Timothy Bernard, Jennifer Armstrong-Wells, Univ of Colorado, Aurora, CO
Poster Board Number P393 / Presentation Number WP393
Cervical Arterial Fibromuscular Dysplasia in a Bi-ethnic Population: a
Retrospective Study in US-Mexican Border
Ihtesham A Qureshi, Alberto Maud, Tatiana Chacon, Salvador Cruz-Flores, Gustavo J
Rodriguez, Texas Tech Univ Heath Sciences Ctr, El Paso, Texas, El Paso, TX
Poster Board Number P407 / Presentation Number WP407
Assessing Quality of Patient Care in Pediatric Stroke Hospitalizations:
An Analysis of the Nationwide Inpatient Sample
Kavelin Rumalla, Adithi Reddy, Univ of Missouri-Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas City,
MO; Sirisha Tumalapenta, Manoj Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Primary
Poster Board Number P394 / Presentation Number WP394
The Proteasome Subunit α Type 6 Rs1048990 Contributes To The Risk Of
Ischemic Stroke And Its Subtypes: New Data And Meta-analysis
Lihua Yu, Jingjing Zhang, Jian Guo, Jinghuan Fang, Ning Chen, Li He, Li He, West
China hospital of Sichuan Univ, Chengdu, China
Poster Board Number P395 / Presentation Number WP395
Improving Data Quality for Stroke Performance Measures: A Comprehnsive
and Systematic Approach to Inter Rater Reliability in Ohio
Alice Liskay, Coverdell Coordinating Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Ohio Coverdell Leadership
Team and Hospitals
Poster Board Number P396 / Presentation Number WP396
The Need for Speed: Streamlining the Stroke Alert Process
Jennifer M Brackman, Kristen Beichler, Aultman Hosp, Canton, OH
Poster Board Number P397 / Presentation Number WP397
CT Stroke Code Dramatically Reduces Door-to-needle and Door-to-groin Times
for Reperfusion Therapy
Estela Sanjuan, Marta Rubiera, Katherine E Santana, Pilar Giron, Marian Muchada,
Sandra Boned, Marc Ribo, David Rodriguez-Luna, Jorge Pagola, Mireia Sanchis,
Jesus Juega, Alan A Flores, Carlos A Molina, Hosp Vall D’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain
Poster Board Number P398 / Presentation Number WP398
Can a Shorter, Colorful Education Book Improve Stroke Patient Satisfaction Scores?
Julie M Fussner, Erin Supan, Jason Makii, Kelly Montgomery, Sophia Sundararajan,
Cathy Sila, Univ Hosp Case Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P399 / Presentation Number WP399
Effectiveness of Acute Stroke Team in a Regional Primary Health Care Hospital
Brett Jones, Calvary Health, Bruce, Canberra, Australia; Ronak Patel, ACT Health,
Garran, Canberra, Australia
Poster Board Number P408 / Presentation Number WP408
Temporal Trends in Pediatric Stroke Hospitalization From 2000 – 2009:
Analysis of the KID Inpatient Database
John M Taylor, Paul Horn, Samrat Yeramaneni, Heidi Sucharew, Jane Khoury,
Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P409 / Presentation Number WP409
Analysis of the KID Inpatient Sample Demonstrates Improvements in Care for
Children Hospitalized With Moyamoya From 1997-2015
W Lee Titsworth, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Edward R Smith, Boston Children’s
Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P410 / Presentation Number WP410
Short-Term Outcomes in Pediatric Ischemic Stroke: An Analysis of the
Nationwide Inpatient Sample, 2002-2011
Kavelin Rumalla, Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas City, MO; Aditya
Singh, Ashna Rajan, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS; Vijay Letchuman,
Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas City, MO; Manoj Mittal, Univ of
Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P411 / Presentation Number WP411
Anatomical Venous Variants and Physiological Adaptive Changes in Children
With Cerebral Sinovenous Thrombosis
Elizabeth Kouzmitcheva, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada; Andrea
Andrade, London Health Sciences Ctr, London, ON, Canada; Derek Armstrong,
Prakash Muthusami, Mahendranath Moharir, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto,
ON, Canada
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Poster Board Number P412 / Presentation Number WP412
Neurovascular Imaging is not Always Normal in Neonatal Arterial
Ischemic Stroke
Rand Askalan, Ishita Siddiq, Derek Armstrong, Gabrielle deVeber, Daune MacGregor,
Mahendranath Moharir, Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P413 / Presentation Number WP413
Recurrent Acute Ischemic Stroke in a Child on Novalung iLA® Treated Twice
With Mechanical Clot Retrieval: a Case Report and Review of the Literature
Maria C Buompadre, Kathleen Andres, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON,
Canada; Lee-Anne Slater, Toronto Western Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada; Hadi Mohseni-Bod,
Ann-Marie Guerguerian, Helen Branson, Suzanne Laughlin, Derek Armstrong, The
Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada; Vitor Pereira, Toronto Western Hosp,
Toronto, ON, Canada; Mahendranath Moharir, Gabrielle deVeber, Tilman Humpl, Emilie
Jean-St-Michel, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada; Rebecca Ichord,
The Children Hosp of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; Rand Askalan, The Hosp for
Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada; Timo Krings, Toronto Western Hosp, Toronto, ON,
Canada; Nomazulu Dlamini, The Hosp for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P414 / Presentation Number WP414
Ultrasonographic Changes after Indirect Bypass Surgery in Pediatric Patients
with Moyamoya Disease
Shin-Joe Yeh, Sung-Chun Tang, Li-Kai Tsai, Ya-Fang Chen, Hon-Man Liu, Ying-An
Chen, Yu-Lin Hsieh, Shih-Hung Yang, Meng-Fai Kuo, Jiann-Shing Jeng, Natl Taiwan
Univ Hosp and Natl Taiwan Univ Coll of Med, Taipei, Taiwan
Preventive Strategies Posters I
WP415 – WP424
Poster Board Number P422 / Presentation Number WP422
Mechanisms of Recurrent Ischemic Stroke Under Medical versus Device
Therapy: Long Term Follow-up in the RESPECT PFO Trial
David E Thaler, Tufts Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; John Carroll, Univ Colorado, Denver,
CO; Jeffrey Saver, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Richard Smalling,
Univ of Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Diane Book, Medical Coll of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, WI; Larry Goldstein, KY Clinic – Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; Lee
A MacDonald, South Denver Cardiology Associates, Littleton, CO; David S Marks,
Medical Coll of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; David L Tirschwell, Univ of Washington,
Seattle, WA
Poster Board Number P424 / Presentation Number WP424
Prevalence and Determinants of Non-adherence to Secondary Preventive
Medication in Stroke Patients
Soo-Kyoung Kim, Da-hye Jeong, Nack-Cheon Choi, Rokbum Kim, Ki-Soo Park,
Seungnam Son, Gyeongsang Natl Univ Hosp, Jinju, Korea, Republic of
Vascular Cognitive Impairment Posters I
WP425 – WP434
Poster Board Number P425 / Presentation Number WP425
Blood Brain Barrier Disruption and Vascular Cognitive Impairment in Early
Stages of Heart Failure Development in Tgαq*44 Mice
Mateusz G Adamski, Magdalena Sternak, Jagiellonian Univ, Cracow, Poland; Joanna
M Wieronska, Polish Acad of Sciences, Cracow, Poland; Iwona Czaban, Monika
Malinowska, Grzegorz M Wilczynski, Nencki Inst of Experimental Biology, Warsaw,
Poland; Andrzej Pilc, Polish Acad of Sciences, Cracow, Poland; Stefan Chlopicki,
Jagiellonian Univ, Cracow, Poland
Poster Board Number P415 / Presentation Number WP415
What Factors Determine Choice of Anticoagulant?
Eli E Zimmerman, Vanderbilt Univ Sch of Med, Nashville, TN; Alison Ayres, M Edip
Gurol, Steven M Greenberg, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P426 / Presentation Number WP426
Early Non-white Matter Changes in Cerebrovascular Integrity in Mouse Brain
Following Bilateral Carotid Artery Stenosis
Jill Roberts, Michael Maniskas, Gregory J Bix, Univ of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number P416 / Presentation Number WP416
African Americans are Less Likely to be Adherent to Statins After Ischemic
Stroke: an Analysis of Medicare Beneficiaries Following Hospital Discharge
Karen C Albright, Justin Blackburn, Virginia Howard, T Mark Beasley, Nita Limdi, Hong
Zhao, Paul Muntner, UAB, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P427 / Presentation Number WP427
Cognitive Function of Ten-year Stroke Survivors Compared to Non-stroke
Individuals: the Lund Stroke Register
Hossein Delavaran, Skåne Univ Hosp, Lund, Sweden; Ann-Cathrin Jönsson, Lund
Univ, Lund, Sweden; Håkan Lövkvist, Skåne Univ Hosp, Lund, Sweden; Susanne
Iwarsson, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden; Sölve Elmståhl, Skåne Univ Hosp, Malmö,
Sweden; Bo Norrving, Arne Lindgren, Skåne Univ Hosp, Lund, Sweden
Poster Board Number P417 / Presentation Number WP417
Oxygen Extraction Fraction Measured With MRI is Reduced After Blood
Transfusion in Adults With Sickle Cell Anemia
Lori C Jordan, Melissa Gindville, Allison Scott, Megan K Strother, Adetola Kassim,
Sheau-Chiann Chen, Sumit Pruthi, Yu Shyr, Manus J Donahue, Vanderbilt Univ Sch of
Med, Nashville, TN
Poster Board Number P418 / Presentation Number WP418
Outcome Comparison Between Patients Suffering a Stroke/TIA or a Moderate/
major Bleed: Data From the ‘Triple Antiplatelets for Reducing Dependency After
Ischaemic Stroke’ (TARDIS) Trial
Lisa Woodhouse, Nikola Sprigg, Philip M Bath, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham,
United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P419 / Presentation Number WP419
Predictors of Post-Discharge Physical Activity in Patients With Mild Ischemic Stroke
Hiroyuki Kawajiri, Nagoya Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Aichi, Japan; Hiromi Mishina,
Sho Asano, Aichi Medical Univ Hosp, Aichi, Japan; Yuji Kono, Nagoya Univ Graduate
Sch of Med, Aichi, Japan; Hironori Hayashi, Jun-ichi Niwa, Masayuki Izumi, Manabu
Doyu, Shinya Kimura, Aichi Medical Univ, Aichi, Japan; Sumio Yamada, Nagoya Univ
Graduate Sch of Med, Aichi, Japan
Poster Board Number P420 / Presentation Number WP420
Testing the Intensity of Multiple, Complex Interventions for Life-style
Modification in Randomized Stroke Trials
Michael Brainin, Yvonne Teuschl, Karl Matz, Alexandra Dachenhausen, Bernadette
Firlinger, Martina Reiter, Jakkoo Tuomilehto, Danube Univ Krems, Krems, Austria
Poster Board Number P421 / Presentation Number WP421
A Targeted Self-management Approach for Reducing Stroke Risk Factors
in Young African-American Men who have Experienced Stroke or Transient
Ischemic Attack
Martha Sajatovic, Univ Hosp Case Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Curtis Tatsuoka,
Elisabeth Welter, Kari Colon-Zimmerman, Case Western Reserve Univ, Cleveland, OH;
Carol Blixen, Ctr for Health Care Res and Policy, Cleveland, OH; Adam T Perzynski,
Jamie Cage, Johnny Sams, Shirley M Moore, Case Western Reserve Univ, Cleveland,
OH; Svetlana Pundik, Cleveland VA Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Sophia Sundararajan,
Case Western Reserve Univ, Cleveland, OH; Charles Modlin, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; Cathy Sila, Case Western Reserve Univ, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P428 / Presentation Number WP428
Changes of Microstructural White Matter in Vascular Cognitive Disorder and
Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: a Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
Yang Yu, Dept of Neurology, Hongqi Hosp of Mudanjiang Medical Univ, Mudangjiang,
Heilongjiang, China; Xinyu Liang, Gaolang Gong, State Key Lab of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal Univ, Beijing, China; Ying Han, Dept of Neurology,
Xuan Wu Hosp of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Changhao Yin, Dept of Neurology, Hongqi Hosp of Mudanjiang Medical Univ, Mudangjiang, Heilongjiang, China
Poster Board Number P429 / Presentation Number WP429
The Cognitive Impairment in Stroke Screener (CISS) Tool: an Improved
Screening Tool to Detect Cognitive Impairment Early Among Stroke Patients
Julie Bonner, Srikant Rangaraju, Stuart Schleuse, Sarah Lampert, Debbie Sinsley,
Vijay Javalkar, Minas W Gebru, Cynthia Brasher, Joshua Dunn, Katja Bryant, Chadwick
M Hales, Fadi Nahab, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P430 / Presentation Number WP430
Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, Cerebral Small Vessel Disease and
Incident Dementia
Kaori Miwa, Shuhei Okazaki, Manabu Sakaguchi, Hideki Mochizuki, Osaka Univ,
Suita, Japan; Kazuo Kitagawa, Tokyo Women’s Medical Univ, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P431 / Presentation Number WP431
Acute Stroke in Right Anterior Insula and Frontal Operculum Impair Empathy
Jui-Hong Chien, Eun-Hye Kim, Chang-Chia Liu, Kumiko Oishi, Kenichi Oishi, Frederick
Lenz, Argye E Hillis, Johns Hopkins Univ SOM, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P434 / Presentation Number WP434
Decreased Manual Dexterity is Associated With Low Fractional Anisotropy in
the Fornix of Healthy Middle-aged Persons at Risk for Vascular Disease
Yousef Hannawi, The Ohio State Univ, Columbus, OH; Lisa R Yanek, Brian G Kral,
Dhananjay Vaidya, Lewis C Becker, Diane M Becker, Paul A Nyquist, Johns Hopkins
Univ, Baltimore, MD
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Vascular Malformation Posters I
WP435 – WP436
LATE-BREAKING SCIENCE ABSTRACTS
Poster Board Number P435 / Presentation Number WP435
Changes in Pulsatility and Resistance Indices of Cerebral Arteriovenous
Malformation Feeder Arteries After Embolization and Surgery
Sophia F Shakur, Sepideh Amin-Hanjani, Mohamed Abouelleil, Victor Aletich, Fady
Charbel, Ali Alaraj, Univ of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL
POSTER SESSION I
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
HALL H
Poster Board Number P436 / Presentation Number WP436
Comparing Risk of Stroke and Death in Treated and Untreated Patients With
Unruptured Brain Arteriovenous Malformations (BAVM)
Helen Kim, Jeffrey Nelson, Charles E McCulloch, Michael T Lawton, Univ of California
San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Jay P Mohr, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Christian Stapf, Univ of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada; Rustam Al-Shahi Salman, Univ
of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Multicenter AVM Research Study (MARS)
Investigators
Previously Published Science: Abstracts Previously PPS1 – PPS5
Published or Presented after AHA Acceptance
Poster Board Number PPS1 / Presentation Number PPS1
Summary of Evidence on Carotid Intervention For Recently Symptomatic
Stenosis Based on Meta-analysis of Current Periprocedural Risks
Paola De Rango, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Perugia, Italy; Seemant
Chaturvedi, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Virginia Howard, Sch of
Public Health, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; Tudor Jovin,
Stroke Inst and UPMC Ctr for Neuroendovascular Therapy, Pittsburgh, KS; Maurizio
Paciaroni, Stroke Unit, Perugia, Italy; Michael Mazya, Dept of Neurology, Karolinska
Univ Hosp, Stockholm, Sweden; Martin Brown, UCL Inst of Neurology,, London, United
Kingdom; Alessandra Manzone, Luca Farchioni, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery,
Perugia, Italy; Valeria Caso, Stroke Unit, Perugia, Italy Primary
Poster Board Number PPS2 / Presentation Number PPS2
Endovascular Thrombectomy for Anterior Circulation Stroke: A Systematic
Review and Meta-analysis
Charlene J Ong, Chester K Yarbrough, Alexander B Beyer, Kim Lipsey, Colin P
Derdeyn, Washington Univ in St Louis, St Louis, MO Primary
Poster Board Number PPS3 / Presentation Number PPS3
BEnefits of Stroke Treatment Delivered Using a Mobile Stroke Unit Compared to
Standard Management by Emergency Medical Services: Results of the Run-in
Phase of the BEST-MSU Study
Ritvij Bowry, Stephanie Parker, Tzu-Ching Wu, Elizabeth Noser, Univ of Texas Health
Science Ctr Houston, Houston, TX; Laura Richardson, Frazer Ltd, Houston, TX;
Kamilah Jackson, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr Houston, Houston, TX; David
Persse, City of Houston Emergency Medical Services, Houston, TX; Suja Rajan,
Jose-Miguel Yamal, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr Houston, Houston, TX; James C
Grotta, Memorial Hermann Hosp, Houston, TX Primary
Poster Board Number PPS4 / Presentation Number PPS4
Predictors of Clinical Outcome After Stent-retriever Thrombectomy in Acute
Basilar Artery Occlusion
Woong Yoon, Seul Kee Kim, Tae Wook Heo, Byung Hyun Baek, Chonnam Natl Univ
Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Jaechan Park, Kyungpook Natl Univ Hosp, Daegu,
Korea, Republic of Primary
Poster Board Number PPS5 / Presentation Number PPS5
Contrast Induced Nephropathy in Multimodal Assessment of Acute Stroke:
a Systematic Review
Itay Keshet, Mount Sinai Sch of Med, New York, NY; Roger Cheng, Mount Sinai Hosp,
New York, NY; Stephan A Mayer, Mount Sinai Sch of Med, New York, NY
Late-Breaking Science Posters I
LBP1 – LBP8
Poster Board Number LBP1 / Presentation Number LBP1
Pericyte Control of the Microcirculation in Ischemic Brain
Kirsti Golgotiu, Douglas Zeppenfeld, Wenri Zhang, Jeffrey Iliff, Nabil J Alkayed,
Oregon Health & Science Univ, Portland, OR
Poster Board Number LBP2 / Presentation Number LBP2
Dual Antiplatelet Therapy May Decrease 1-year Stroke Recurrence for Patients
With Minor Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack and Intracranial Arterial
Stenosis: Subgroup Analysis of CHANCE
Yuehua Pu, Liping Liu, Yilong Wang, Jing Jing, Xinying Zou, Anxin Wang, Xia Meng,
Chunxue Wang, Xingquan Zhao, Beijing Tiantan Hosp of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing,
China; S Claiborne Johnston, Univ of California, San Francisco, CA; Yongjun Wang,
Beijing Tiantan Hosp of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number LBP3 / Presentation Number LBP3
Kaiser Stroke EXPRESS Program – Expediting the Process of Evaluating &
Stopping Stroke
Mai N Nguyen-Huynh, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA; Jeff Klingman, Kaiser Permanente, Walnut Creek, CA
Poster Board Number LBP4 / Presentation Number LBP4
Targeted Lipid Profiling Discovers Plasma Markers of Large Vessel Infarction:
Interim Results of the ASPIRE-Stroke Study
Sunil Sheth, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Anthony T Iavarone,
Univ of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; Gregory J Wong, Raymond Liou, Abhishek
Verma, Sidney Starkman, David S Liebeskind, Jeffrey L Saver, Nestor R Gonzalez,
Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number LBP5 / Presentation Number LBP5
The “Uncertainty Principle” as an Entry Criterion in Stroke Clinical Trials: Bias
Towards Null Findings
Annasha Vyas, Jeffrey Saver, Univ of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number LBP6 / Presentation Number LBP6
Incidence and 30-day Case-fatality Rate of First-Ever Stroke and Transient
Ischaemic Attack: Program for the Epidemiological Evaluation of Stroke in
Tandil, Argentina (PREVISTA)
Maria Cecilia Bahit, INECO Neurociencias Rosario, Rosario, Argentina; Mariano
Coppola, Hosp Ramon Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; Patricia Riccio, Dept of
Clinical Neurological Sciences London Health Sciences Ctr,Western Univ, London,
ON, Canada; Lauren Cipriano, Ivey Business Sch, Western Univ, London, ON, Canada;
Gregory Roth, Inst for Health Metrics and Evaluation Univ of Washington, Seatle, WA;
Renato Lopes, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Duke Univerity, Durham, NC; Valerie Feigin,
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences, Natl Inst for Stroke and Applied
Neurosciences, Auckland Univ of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand; Brenda
Borrego Guerrero, Sanatorio Tandil, Tandil, Argentina; M De Martino, Alejandro Diaz,
Hosp Ramon Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; F Funaro, Sanatorio Tandil, Tandil,
Argentina; Pablo Lavados, INECO Neurociencias RosarioClnica Alemana, Ctr de
Neurociencias,Univ del Desarrollo Dept de Ciencias Neurolgicas, Univ de Chile,
Santiago, Chile; M Laura Lewin, Hosp Ramn Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; D Lopez,
Sanatorio Tandil Nueva Clinica Chacabuco, Tandil, Argentina; Patricia Macarrone,
Sanatorio Tandil, Tandil, Argentina; R Marcielo, Hosp Ramon Santamarina, Tandil,
Argentina; D Marino, Sanatorio Tandil, Tandil, Argentina; C Martens, Hosp Ramon
Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; Paula Martinez, Nueva Clinica Chacabuco, Tandil,
Argentina; G Odrizola, Hosp Ramon Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; Alejandro
Rabinstein, Dept of Neurology Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Gustavo Saposnik, Stroke
Outcomes Res Ctr, Div of Neurology, Dept of Med, St Michael’s Hosp, Univ of Toronto,
Toronto, ON, Canada; Damian Silva, Hosp Ramon Santamarina, Tandil, Argentina; R
Suasnabar, Nueva Clinica Chacabuco, Tandil, Argentina; T Truelsen, Dept of Neurology, Copenhagen Univ Hosp, Herlev, Denmark; A Uzcudun, Hosp Ramon Santamarina,
Tandil, Argentina; C Viviani, Circulo Medico de Tandil, Tandil, Argentina; Luciano
Sposato, Dept of Clinical Neurological Sciences London He
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Poster Board Number LBP7 / Presentation Number LBP7
Patients with Acute Stroke are Less Likely to be Admitted Directly to a Stroke
Unit When Hospital Beds are Scarce
David Darehed, Norrbottens Lans Landsting, Lulea, Sweden; Bo Norrving, Lund
Univ, Lund, Sweden; Birgitta Stegmayr, Umea Univ, Umea, Sweden; Karin Zingmark,
Mathias Blom, Norrbottens Lans Landsting, Lulea, Sweden
Poster Board Number LBP8 / Presentation Number LBP8
Interim Analysis of an Australian Telestroke Service Using Multimodal CT
Imaging Decision Assistance
Jelle Demeestere, John Hunter Hosp, Newcastle, Australia; Claire Sewell, Sch of Med
and Public Health, Univ of Newcastle, Callaghan, Australia; Jennifer Rudd, Manning
Rural Referral Hosp, Taree, Australia; Timothy Ang, Venkatesh Krishnamurthy, John
Hunter Hosp, Newcastle, Australia; Louise Jordan, Hunter New England Health Local
Health District, Newcastle, Australia; James Wills, Manning Rural Referral Hosp,
Taree, Australia; Longting Lin, Andrew Bivard, Hunter Medical Res Inst, Newcastle,
Australia; Ferdinand Miteff, Neil Spratt, John Hunter Hosp, Newcastle, Australia; Mark
Parsons, Christopher Levi, John Hunter Hosp; Univ of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
PROFESSOR-LED POSTER TOURS BY CATEGORY: SESSION II
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
5:15 PM – 6:15 PM
Hall H
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment Moderated Poster Tour
TMP1 – TMP12
SECTION 1
Moderator: Yongchai Nilanont, MD, FRCP, Bangkok, Thailand
Poster Board Number MP1 / Presentation Number TMP1
International Multicenter Study Demonstrating Safety of Intravenous
Thrombolysis in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Harboring Unruptured
Intracranial Aneurysms
Nitin Goyal, Georgios Tsivgoulis, Sulaiman Iftikhar, Ramin Zand, Univ of Tennessee
Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Vijay K Sharma, Natl Univ Hosp, Singapore,
Singapore; Shailesh Male, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN;
Kristian Barlinn, Dresden Univ Stroke center, Dresden, Germany; Aristeidis H
Katsanos, Second Dept of Neurology, “Attikon” Hosp, Sch of Med, Univ of Athens,
Athens, Greece; Ulf Bodechtel, Dresden Univ Stroke center, Dresden, Germany;
Adam Arthur, Lucas Elijovich, Ann W Alexandrov, Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of
Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number MP2 / Presentation Number TMP2
Is Eptifibatide a Viable and Safe Option as Stand-alone Therapy for
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients?
Daniel Korya, Mohammad Moussavi, Siddhart Mehta, Jaskiran Brar, Harina Chahal,
Josh Daniels, Mena Samaan, Spozhmy Panezai, Jawad Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr,
Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number MP3 / Presentation Number TMP3
Low Concentration Normobaric Oxygen Enhanced Therapeutic Effect of Mild
Hypothermia or Ethanol Through a Reduction in Apoptosis
Kaiyin Liu, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Lipeng Cai, Luhe Hosp, Capital
Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Changya Peng, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit,
MI; Xiaokun Geng, Luhe Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Xunming Ji,
Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Murali Guthikonda, Yuchuan Ding,
Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number MP4 / Presentation Number TMP4
Early Statin Intervention Can Reduce Progression in Acute Lacunar Stroke –
An Analysis Using Propensity Score
Kazuki Fukuma, Hiroshi Yamagami, Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl
Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number MP5 / Presentation Number TMP5
Secondary Analysis of Eptifibatide Plus Full Dose rt-PA in Ischemic Stroke
Opeolu Adeoye, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Heidi Sucharew, Jane Khoury,
Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Pamela Schmit, Joseph Broderick, Arthur Pancioli, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number MP6 / Presentation Number TMP6
Safety From Acute Carotid Revascularization in Octogenarians With Recently
Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis
Paola De Rango, Luca Farchioni, Alessandra Manzone, Gioele Simonte, Selena
Pelliccia, Enrico Cieri, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Perugia, Italy; Valeria
Caso, Stroke Unit, Perugia, Italy; Massimo Lenti, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery,
Perugia, Italy
Poster Board Number MP7 / Presentation Number TMP7
The Effect of Admission Systolic Blood Pressure on Mortality in Patients With
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Ayaz M Khawaja, Amelia K Boehme, Harn Shiue, April Sisson, Kanika Arora, Michael
Lyerly, Manmeet Kaur, Toby Gropen, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number MP8 / Presentation Number TMP8
The New Alteplase Package Insert: What is the Potential Impact?
Harn Shiue, Karen Albright, Kara Sands, April Sisson, Michael Lyerly, Toby Gropen,
UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL
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Poster Board Number MP9 / Presentation Number TMP9
Hospitals’ Performance on Timely Reperfusion in Stroke and Myocardial
Infarction is not Correlated
Kori Sauser-Zachrison, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Deborah A Levine,
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Gregg C Fonarow, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA; Margueritte Cox, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Adam D DeVore,
Duke Univ Sch of Med, Durham, NC; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary Cumming Sch of
Med, Calgary, AB, Canada; Robert Suter, American Heart Association, Dallas, TX; Ying
Xian, Duke Univ Sch of Med, Durham, CA; Deepak L Bhatt, Brigham and Women’s
Hosp, Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP10 / Presentation Number TMP10
A Retrospective Comparison of Medical Eligibility for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Clinical Trials Compared with Hospital Enrollment Rates: Greater Cincinnati/
Northern Kentucky Population
Dawn Kleindorfer, Charles J Moomaw, Univ of Cincinnati Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Jane
Khoury, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Univ of Cincinnati
Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Jeffrey L Saver, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
Pooja Khatri, Opeolu Adeoye, Joseph P Broderick, Matthew L Flaherty, Univ of Cincinnati Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Thomas G Brott, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville,
FL; Judith Spilker, Pamela Schmit, Daniel Woo, Felipe De Los Rios La Rosa, Univ of
Cincinnati Hosp, Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Sharyl
Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Simona Ferioli, Brett M
Kissela, Univ of Cincinnati Hosp, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number MP11 / Presentation Number TMP11
Hemicraniectomy versus Conservative Treatment in Large Hemispheric
Ischemic Stroke Patients: a Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
Muhammad F Ishfaq, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Haseeb A Rahman,
Abraham P Thomas, Houston Methodist Hosp-Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Rajeel
Imran, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, StCloud, MN; Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi
Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number MP12 / Presentation Number TMP12
Does Prehospital Magnesium Sulfate Differentially Improve Outcome in
Hyperacute Stroke Patients With Higher Pretreatment Blood Pressure?
Phoebe H Johnson-Black, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA;
Sidney Starkman, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses Sanossian,
Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; David Liebeskind, Samuel Stratton,
Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Marc Eckstein, Univ of Southern
California, Los Angeles, CA; Frank Pratt, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles,
CA; Robin Conwit, NINDS, Bethesda, MD; Scott Hamilton, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA;
Claude Hemphill, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Jeffrey Saver,
Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Cerebral Large Artery Disease Moderated Poster Tour
Poster Board Number MP16 / Presentation Number TMP16
Morphologic Evolution and Remodelling of Intracranial Atherosclerosis Under
Intensive Risk Factor Control
Thomas Leung, Prince of Wales Hosp, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Yannie Soo, Vincent Ip,
Ka Sing Wong, Simon Yu, Prince of Wales Hosp, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong, Hong Kong
Poster Board Number MP17 / Presentation Number TMP17
Statin Pretreatment is Associated With Better Early Outcomes in Acute LargeArtery Atherosclerotic Stroke
Georgios Tsivgoulis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Aristeidis H Katsanos, Sch of
Med, Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; Vijay K Sharma, Yong Loo Lin Sch of Med,
Natl Univ of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore; Christos Krogias, St Josef-Hosp, Ruhr
Univ, Bochum, Germany; Robert Mikulik, St Anne’s Hosp and Masaryk Univ, Brno,
Czech Republic; Konstantinos Vadikolias, Univ Hosp of Alexandroupolis, Democritus
Univ of Thrace, Alexandroupolis, Greece; Milija Mijajlovic, Clinical Ctr of Serbia, Sch
of Med, Univ of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia; Apostolos Safouris, Brugmann Univ
Hosp, Brussels, Belgium; Christina Zompola, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Simon
Faissner, St Josef-Hosp, Ruhr Univ, Bochum, Germany; Viktor Weiss, St Anne’s
Hosp and Masaryk Univ, Brno, Czech Republic; Sotirios Giannopoulos, Sch of Med,
Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; Spyros Vasdekis, Efstathios Boviatsis, Univ of
Athens, Athens, Greece; Anne W Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr,
Memphis, TN; Konstantinos Voumvourakis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Andrei V
Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number MP18 / Presentation Number TMP18
TBD
Poster Board Number MP19 / Presentation Number TMP19
Carotid Endarterectomy in Patients With Thrombocytopenia Analysis of
National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) Registry
Aiman Zafar, Vishal B Jani, Muhammad Shah Miran, Muhammad H Yousaf, Urvish
Patel, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, StCloud, MN
Poster Board Number MP20 / Presentation Number TMP20
Effect of Carotid Artery Revascularization for Ocular Circulation and Chronic
Ocular Ischemic in Carotid Artery Stenosis
Shoichiro Kawaguchi, Takatoshi Fujimoto, Ryo Nakano, Nara Prefectural Seiwa
Medical Ctr, Nara, Japan
Poster Board Number MP21 / Presentation Number TMP21
Effect of Non-evidence Based Practices in Carotid Artery Stenting on Outcomes
Tammam Obeid, Isibor Arhuidese, Mahmoud Malas, Johns Hopkins Medical Insts,
Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number MP22 / Presentation Number TMP22
Histological Characteristics of Intracranial Atherosclerosis:
a Post-mortem Study
Wenjie Yang, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Mark Fisher,
UC Irvine, Irvine, CA; Chunbo Niu, China-Japan Union Hosp Affiliated to Jilin Univ,
Jilin, China; Hailu Zhao, Guilin Medical Univ, Guilin, China; Kasing Wong, Hokeung Ng,
Xiangyan Chen, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
TMP13 – TMP24
SECTION 2
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP13 / Presentation Number TMP13
The Prevalence of Microbleeds in Moyamoya Disease and Moyamoya Syndrome
in the United States
Mo Chen, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; Sepand Salehian, UT Southwestern Medical
Ctr, Dallas, TX; Maki Mukawa-Sawada, Tokyo Medical and Dental Univ, Tokyo, Japan;
Marco Pinho, Babu Welch, Ty Shang, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
Poster Board Number MP14 / Presentation Number TMP14
Baseline Characteristics and Clinical Outcomes of Acute Symptomatic
Internal Carotid Artery Stump
Kyu Sun Lee, Sung Eun Lee, Ji Man Hong, Jin Soo Lee, Dept of Neurology, Ajou Univ
Hosp, Suwon, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number MP15 / Presentation Number TMP15
Circulating Antiangiogenic Profile Predicts Lower Degrees of Neovascularization
After Indirect Revascularization With Encephaloduroarteriosynangiosis (EDAS)
in Patients With Intracranial Atherosclerosis (ICAS)
Nestor R Gonzalez, Yinn Ooi, Azim Laiwalla, Lucas Restrepo, Latisha Ali, Raymond
Liou, Neal Rao, Jason D Hinman, David S Liebeskind, Juan F Toscano, Jeffrey Saver,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP23 / Presentation Number TMP23
Increased VEGFA-165a/VEGFA-165b Ratio in Patients With Moyamoya
Compared to Intracranial Atherosclerosis (ICAS) and Controls
Nestor R Gonzalez, Raymond Liou, Neal Rao, Yinn Ooi, Lucas Restrepo, Azim Laiwalla,
Latisha Ali, Hanning Xing, Juan F Toscano, Neil Martin, Mark J Connolly, Jeffrey
Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP24 / Presentation Number TMP24
Duration of Asymptomatic Status and Outcomes Following Endarterectomy
and Stenting in the Carotid Revascularization Endarterectomy vs Stenting
Trial (CREST)
Wesley S Moore, UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Jenifer H Voeks, Medical Univ
of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Gary S Roubin, Cardiovascular Associates of
the Southeast, Birmingham, AL; Wayne M Clark, Oregon Health and Science Univ,
Portland, OR; Virginia J Howard, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL;
Michael R Jones, Baptist Health Lexington, Lexington, KY; Thomas G Brott, Mayo
Clinic, Jacksonville, FL; for the CREST Investigators
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Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Moderated Poster Tour
TMP25 – TMP36
SECTION 3
Moderator: Elliot J Roth, MD, FAHA, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number MP25 / Presentation Number TMP25
Brain-computer Interface Therapy for Upper Extremity Stroke Rehabilitation
Induces Corticospinal Tract Changes That Track With Individual Behavioral Gains
Brittany M Young, Julie M Stamm, Jie Song, Alexander Remsik, Veena A Nair, Mitchell
E Tyler, Dorothy F Edwards, Kristin Caldera, Justin A Sattin, Justin C Williams, Vivek
Prabhakaran, Univ of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number MP26 / Presentation Number TMP26
Cerebral Atrophy and Functional Outcome After Intensive Rehabilitation in
Elderly Patients With Ischemic Stroke
Makiko Tanaka, Taiji Ito, Ayako Nakanaga, Shiro Sugiura, Yoshiomi Shimizu, Kenji
Yoshikawa, Tsutomu Takahashi, Hoshigaoka Medical Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP27 / Presentation Number TMP27
How Generalizable are Rehabilitation Trials? The Results of a Large
International Rehabilitation Trial (AVERT)
Julie Bernhardt, Audrey Raffelt, Leonid Churilov, Florey Inst of Neuroscience and
Mental Health, Heidelberg, Australia; Richard I Lindley, The George Inst for Global
Health and Univ Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Sally Speare, Florey Inst of Neuroscience
and Mental Health, Heidelberg, Australia; Jacqueline Ancliffe, Royal Perth Hosp,
Perth, Australia; Md Ali Katijjahbe, UKM Medical Ctr, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Shahul
Hameed, Singapore General Hosp, Singapore, Singapore; Sheila Lennon, Flinders
Univ and Repat General Hosp, Daw Park, Australia; Anna McRae, Auckland City Hosp,
Auckland, New Zealand; Dawn Tan, Singapore General Hosp, Singapore, Singapore;
Jan Quiney, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Parkville, Australia; Hannah C Williamson, Austin
Hosp, Heidelberg Victoria, Australia; Janice Collier, Florey Inst of Neuroscience and
Mental Health, Heidelberg, Australia; Helen M Dewey, Monash Univ and Box Hill Hosp,
Box Hill, Australia; Geoffrey A Donnan, Florey Inst of Neuroscience and Mental Health,
Parkville, Australia; Peter Langhorne, Univ of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom;
Amanda G Thrift, Monash Univ, Clayton, Australia; on behalf of the AVERT Trialists’
Collaboration
Poster Board Number MP28 / Presentation Number TMP28
Upper Extremity Motor Impairment After Ischemic Stroke – Implications for
Stem Cell Therapy
Hossein Delavaran, Skåne Univ Hosp, Lund, Sweden; Joseph Aked, Lund Univ, Lund,
Sweden; Andreas Arvidsson, Skåne Univ Hosp, Lund, Sweden; Olle Lindvall, Zaal
Kokaia, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden; Bo Norrving, Arne Lindgren, Skåne Univ Hosp,
Lund, Sweden
Poster Board Number MP29 / Presentation Number TMP29
Rehospitalizations Post-stroke: a 10 Year Follow-up Gitta Rohweder, St Olav’s Univ Hosp, Trondheim, Norway; Øyvind Salvesen, Norwegian Univ of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; Hanne Ellekjær, Bent
Indredavik, St Olav’s Univ Hosp, Trondheim, Norway
Poster Board Number MP30 / Presentation Number TMP30
SICI During Voluntary Movement Reveals Persistent Impairment in Cortical
Stroke
Carolynn Patten, Qian Ding, Manjeshwar Sahana S Kamath, William J Triggs, Univ of
Florida, Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number MP31 / Presentation Number TMP31
Two Doses of Remote Limb Ischemic Conditioning Augment Learning in
Healthy Adults
Kendra M Cherry-Allen, Jeff M Gidday, Jin-Moo Lee, Tamara Hershey, Catherine E
Lang, Washington Univ in St Louis Sch of Med, St Louis, MO
Poster Board Number MP32 / Presentation Number TMP32
Intra-arterial ALD401 Cell Therapy is Associated With Reduction in Stroke
Volume at 90 Days in a Subset of the RECOVER-stroke Trial
Kunakorn Atchaneeyasakul, Sushrut Dharmadhikari, Charif Sidani, Kevin Ramdas,
Luis Guada, Ryan Pafford, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; David Huang,
Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; Jim Hinson Jr, Unicorn Pharma Consulting,
Nashville, TN; Sean Savitz, Univ of Texas Medical Sch at Houston, Houston, TX; Dileep
Yavagal, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number MP33 / Presentation Number TMP33
ATTEND (Family Led Rehabilitation After Stroke in India) Trial: Potential for
Health System Change in India
Richard I Lindley, Univ of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Cynthia Felix, Jeyaraj D Pandian,
Christian Medical Coll, Ludhiana, India; Craig S Anderson, George Inst for Global
Health, Univ of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; Alim Mohammed, George Inst for Global
Health, Hyderabad, India; Dorcas B Gandhi, Shweta J Verma, Christian Medical Coll,
Ludhiana, India; ATTEND Collaborative Group
Poster Board Number MP34 / Presentation Number TMP34
OnabotulinumtoxinA Treatment in Post-stroke Lower Limb Spasticity: Longterm Results From a Phase 3 Study
Theodore Wein, McGill Univ, Montreal, QC, Canada; Alberto Esquenazi, MossRehab
Gait and Motion Analysis Lab, Elkins Park, PA; Wolfgang H Jost, Univ of Freiburg,
Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany; Anthony Ward, Staffordshire Univ, Stoke
on Trent, United Kingdom; Tinna Kwan, Grace Pan, Rozalina Dimitrova, Allergan Inc,
Irvine, CA
Poster Board Number MP35 / Presentation Number TMP35
Higher Predicted Aerobic Fitness is Related to Above Median Insulin-like
Growth Factor 1 in Individuals With Acute Stroke
Anna Mattlage, Michael Rippee, Kansas Univ Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS; Janice
Sandt, Univ of Kansas Hosp, Kansas City, KS; Sandra A Billinger, Kansas Univ Medical
Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number MP36 / Presentation Number TMP36
Disability, Quality of Life and Institutionalization After Inpatient Rehabilitation
and Skilled Nursing Facility Care for Ischemic Stroke Patients
Janet Prvu Bettger, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Cheryl D Bushnell, Wake Forest Baptist
Medical Ctr, Winston Salem, NC; Li Liang, Laine Thomas, Duke Clinical Res Inst,
Durham, NC; Pamela W Duncan, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Ctr, Winston Salem, NC;
Ying Xian, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Gregg C Fonarow, Univ of California,
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Helen Hoenig, Duke Univ Medical Ctr, Durham, NC;
Barbara Lutz, Univ of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC; Cris Montalvo,
Duke Regional Hosp, Durham, NC; Joel Stein, Columbia Univ Coll of Physicians and
Surgeons, New York, NY; Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA;
Eric D Peterson, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Moderated Poster Tour TMP37 – TMP48
SECTION 4
Moderator: David Tirschwell, MD, MS, Seattle, WA
Poster Board Number MP37 / Presentation Number TMP37
Physicians’ Preferences in the Management of Silent Stroke: Results From a
Worldwide Survey
Lauren Crump, Univ of Toronto, Pickering, ON, Canada; Yue Li, Univ of Toronto,
Scarborough, ON, Canada; Mike Sharma, McMaster Univ, Hamilton, ON, Canada;
Ralph L Sacco, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
ON, Canada; on behalf of the Stroke Outcomes Research Canada Working Group
(SORCan-wwwsorcanca); Gustavo Saposnik, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number MP38 / Presentation Number TMP38
Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia is a Distinct Subtype of Intracranial Large
Artery Disease: Computational Fluid Dynamics of Hemodynamic Abnormalities
David S Liebeskind, Graham W Woolf, Justin M Zubak, Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular
Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California,
Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP39 / Presentation Number TMP39
Brain FLAIR Ischemic Lesion Burden as a Biomarker of Intracranial
Atherosclerosis in SAMMPRIS
David S Liebeskind, Graham W Woolf, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles,
CA; George A Cotsonis, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Fabien Scalzo, Neurovascular
Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ,
Chicago, IL; Jose G Romano, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Elena López-Cancio, Hosp
Univrio Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, Spain; Michael J Lynn, Emory Univ, Atlanta,
GA; Colin P Derdeyn, Washington Univ Sch of Med, St Louis, MO; David J Fiorella,
Stony Brook Univ Medical Ctr, Stony Brook, NY; Tanya N Turan, Marc I Chimowitz,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Edward Feldmann, Tufts Univ Sch of
Med, Springfield, MA; for the SAMMPRIS Investigators
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Poster Board Number MP40 / Presentation Number TMP40
Impact of Age on Atrial Fibrillation Detection among a Large, Real-World
Population of Cryptogenic Stroke Patients with Insertable Cardiac Monitors
Mark Richards, ProMedica Physicians Cardiology, Toledo, OH; John D Rogers, Scripps
Clinic, La Jolla, CA; Scott W Ferreira, St Louis Univ, St Louis, MO; Allan J Nichols,
OhioHealth Heart & Vascular Physicians, Columbus, OH; Jodi L Koehler, Shantanu
Sarkar, Paul D Ziegler, Medtronic, Mounds View, MN
Poster Board Number MP41 / Presentation Number TMP41
Assessment of Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis on CT-Angiography –
Manual versus Semi-automated Vessel Analysis Software Measurements
Kristian Barlinn, Thomas Floegel, Hagen H Kitzler, Jessica Kepplinger, Timo
Siepmann, Lars-Peder Pallesen, Ulf Bodechtel, Volker Puetz, Carl Gustav Carus Univ
Hosp, Dresden, Germany
Poster Board Number MP42 / Presentation Number TMP42
Distinguishing Clinical and Radiologic Features of Non-Traumatic Convexal
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Jonathan Graff-Radford, Jennifer Fugate, James Klaas, Kelly Flemming, Robert
Brown, Alejandro Rabinstein, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Poster Board Number MP43 / Presentation Number TMP43
Routine Labs may Help Predict tPA-related Hemorrhagic Transformation: A
Role for Serial Monitoring of Prothrombin Time (PT) and Partial Thromboplastin
Time (PTT) Post tPA
Wenjun Deng, Thomas Wickham, David McMullin, Kathleen Feeney, Ferdinando
Buonanno, Eng H Lo, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; MingMing Ning,
Massachusetts General Hosp/Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP44 / Presentation Number TMP44
Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Can Detect Small Disruption of Carotid Plaques
Related to Symptomatic Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis
Soichiro Abe, Kozue Saito, Dept of Neurology, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Hatsue Ishibashi-Ueda, Dept of Pathology, Natl Cerebral and
Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Shuichi Tonomura, Dept of Neurology, Natl
Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Kota Mori, Dept of Cerebrovascular
Med, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Rie Motoyama, Dept of
Neurology, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hosp & Inst of Gerontology, Tokyo, Japan;
Hiroshi Yamagami, Dept of Neurology, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka,
Japan; Hiroharu Kataoka, Jun C Takahashi, Dept of Neurosurgery, Natl Cerebral
and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Koji Iihara, Dept of Neurosurgery, Graduate
Sch of Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Dept of
Cerebrovascular Med, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Kazuyuki
Nagatsuka, Dept of Neurology, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP45 / Presentation Number TMP45
Usefulness of Susceptibility Vessel Sign With Bright Vessel Appearance in
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Han-Gil Jeong, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Beom-Joon Kim,
Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of; Chi Kyung Kim, Jun
Yup Kim, Dong-Wan Kang, Do Yeon Kim, Jung Min Pyun, Seung-Hoon Lee, Seoul Natl
Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number MP46 / Presentation Number TMP46
Computed Tomography of Non-Stenotic Carotid Plaque in Patients with Embolic
Stroke of Undetermined Source (ESUS)
Jonathan M Coutinho, Sheldon Derkatch, Alphonse R Potvin, Univ Health Network and
the Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; George Tomlinson, Univ of Toronto, Toronto,
ON, Canada; Tim-Rasmus Kiehl, Frank L Silver, Daniel M Mandell, Univ Health
Network and the Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number MP47 / Presentation Number TMP47
The Clinical Utility of Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound Detecting Disrupted
Carotid Plaques
Shuichi Tonomura, Kozue Saito, Hatsue Ishibashi-Ueda, Soichiro Abe, Kota Mori, Natl
Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Rie Motoyama, Tokyo Metropolitan
Geriatric Hosp &Inst of Gerontology, Tokyo, Japan; Hiroshi Yamagami, Hiroharu
Kataoka, Jun C Takahashi, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; Koji
Iihara, Graduate Sch of Medical Sciences, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Kazunori
Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP48 / Presentation Number TMP48
Characteristics of Cryptogenic Stroke Patients with Occult Cancer
Yasufumi Gon, Manabu Sakaguchi, Yasukazu Terasaki, Tsutomu Sasaki, Hideki
Mochizuki, Osaka Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Suita, Japan
Experimental Mechanisms and Models Moderated Poster Tour
TMP49 – TMP60
SECTION 5
Moderator: Sylvain Dore, PhD, Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number MP49 / Presentation Number TMP49
Translating Ribosome Affinity Purification for Qualitative Assessment of Human
Neural Stem Cells Transcripts in the Ischemic Rat Brain
Ricardo L Azevedo-Pereira, Nathan C Manley, Mårten C Winge, Jack Berry, Guohua
Sun, Tonya Bliss, Gary K Steinberg, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number MP50 / Presentation Number TMP50
Suppression of α-synuclein Mitigates Secondary Ischemic Brain Damage
TaeHee Kim, Balarama Kaimal, Raghu Vemuganti, Univ of Wisconsin – Madison,
Madison, WI
Poster Board Number MP51 / Presentation Number TMP51
Activation of PGE2 EP1 Receptor Promotes Microglial Phagocytosis Though
CD36 Receptor Recycling
BO MA, Jason Day, Harrison Phillips, Bryan Slootsky, Sylvain Doré, Univ of Florida,
Coll of Med, Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number MP52 / Presentation Number TMP52
Inactivated Microglia and Inhibition Neutrophil Infiltration Reduce Brain Injury
Following Intracerebral Hemorrhage in Mice
Yongmei Sun, Wenwu Chen, Min Liu, Henan Univ, Kaifeng, China; Yuming Xu, Zhengzhou Univ, Zhengzhou, China; Yanhong Li, Jue He, Xiaohui Li, Yuan Fang, Lingxiu
Jiang, Jian Fang, Henan Univ, Kaifeng, China; V Wee Yong, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada; Mengzhou Xue, Henan Univ, Kaifeng, China Primary
Poster Board Number MP53 / Presentation Number TMP53
Ifn-γ-inducible Protein 10 (IP-10) Levels Increase With Age and Stroke
Nia Harris, Rajkumar Verma, Rodney Ritzel, Anjali Chauhan, Louise McCullough,
UConn Health, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number MP54 / Presentation Number TMP54
The Role of Erythrocyte Cd47 in Intracerebral Hematoma Clearance
Wei Ni, Guohua Xi, Jiawei Song, Richard F Keep, Ya Hua, Univ of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number MP55 / Presentation Number TMP55
TGF β1 Induces Microglial BDNF Production and Improves Functional Outcome
After Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Roslyn A Taylor, Youxi Ai, Lauren H Sansing, Yale Univ Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
Poster Board Number MP56 / Presentation Number TMP56
Mapping the Dynamics of Brain Perfusion During and Following Transient
Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion (tMCAo) in the Rat Using Functional
Ultrasound (fUS)
Jean-Claude Baron, Clement Brunner, Clothilde Isabel, INSERM, Paris 5 University,
France; Abraham Martin, CIC biomaGUNE, University of San Sebastian, Spain; Clara
Dussaux, Anne Savoye, INSERM, Paris 5 University, France; Julius V Emmrich, Berlin
Stroke Ctr, Charité university, Germany; Gabriel Montaldo, Jean-Louis Mas, Alan
Urban, INSERM, Paris 5 University, France Primary
Poster Board Number MP57 / Presentation Number TMP57
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Signaling Contributes to Comorbidityenhanced Edema in Ischemic Stroke
Eunhee Kim, Sunghee Cho, Burke-Cornell Medical Res Inst, White Plains, NY
Poster Board Number MP58 / Presentation Number TMP58
Post Stroke Activation of Angiotensin II Type 2 Receptors Shows Sustained
Neuroprotective Effects in Aged Rats
Jacob D Isenberg, Douglas M Bennion, Alexander J Irwin, Allison T Harmel, Eduardo
Candelario-Jalil, Colin Sumners, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number MP59 / Presentation Number TMP59
Experimental Pediatric Cardiac Arrest and Cardiopulmonory Model Reveals
Sex-specific Estrogen Signaling
Guiying Deng, Paco S Herson, Richard J Traystman, Univeristy of Colorado Denver,
Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO
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Poster Board Number MP60 / Presentation Number TMP60
RNA Sequencing Reveals Novel MicroRNA Profiles in Neural Progenitor Cells
After Stroke
Xianshuang Liu, Michael Chopp, Henry Ford Health System/Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit,
MI; Wanlong Pan, Medical Imaging Inst of North Sichuan Medical Univ, Nanchong,
China; Baoyan Fan, Xinli Wang, Chao Li, Albert M Levin, Ruilan Zhang, Zhenggang
Zhang, Henry Ford Health System/Henry Ford Hosp, Detroit, MI
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and TMP61 – TMP72
Patient-Centered Outcomes Moderated Poster Tour
SECTION 6
Moderator: Barbara Vickrey, MD, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP61 / Presentation Number TMP61
Outcomes After Ischemic Stroke Among “America’s Best Hospitals”
Judith H Lichtman, Erica Leifheit-Limson, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Yun
Wang, Harvard TH Chan Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; Larry B Goldstein, Univ of
Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number MP62 / Presentation Number TMP62
Achievable Benchmarks for Quality of Care in the Coverdell Acute Stroke
Program
Mathew J Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Anping Chang, Xin Tong,
Mary G George, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number MP63 / Presentation Number TMP63
Region-wide, Prehospital Mobile Tele-Evaluation by a Central Neurologist
Reduces Disparities in Lytic Therapy for Acute Stroke
Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; David S Liebeskind,
UCLA Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Sidney Starkman, Latisha K
Ali, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Lucas Restrepo, Univ of California Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA; May A Kim-Tenser, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA;
Lindsey Frischmann, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Robin Conwit, Natl Inst of
Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Samuel Stratton, Univ of California
Los Angelesles, Los Angeles, CA; Franklin D Pratt, Torrance Memorial Medical Ctr,
Torrance, CA; Marc Eckstein, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Jeffrey L
Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; FAST-MAG Investigators and Coordinators
Poster Board Number MP64 / Presentation Number TMP64
Patients With Mild Cognitive Impairment Less Likely to Receive t-PA for Stroke
Deborah A Levine, Lewis B Morgenstern, Darin Z Zahuranec, Kenneth M Langa,
Jonggyu Baek, Brisa N Sanchez, Lynda D Lisabeth, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number MP65 / Presentation Number TMP65
What Changes Improve Door-to-Needle Times? Results From a Single Center
Door-to-Needle Improvement Initiative
Noreen Kamal, Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Caroline
Stephenson, Foothills Medial Ctr, Calgary, AB, Canada; Andrew M Demchuk, Jessalyn
K Holodinsky, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Charlotte Zerna, Erin Bugbee,
Foothills Medial Ctr, Calgary, AB, Canada; Renee Vilneff, Alberta Health Services,
Calgary, AB, Canada; Devika Kashyap, Foothills Medial Ctr, Calgary, AB, Canada; Eric
E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number MP66 / Presentation Number TMP66
Sex Disparity in Stroke Quality of Care in a Community-Based Study
Mollie McDermott, Lynda D Lisabeth, Jonggyu Baek, Eric E Adelman, Nelda M Garcia,
Erin Case, Morgan S Campbell, Lewis B Morgenstern, Darin B Zahuranec, Univ of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number MP67 / Presentation Number TMP67
Sex Disparities in Atrial Fibrillation as a Predictor of Poor Discharge Disposition
After Ischemic Stroke Hospitalization: The Florida-Puerto Rico Collaboration to
Reduce Stroke Disparities (FL-PR CReSD) Study
Ryan C Martin, David Z Rose, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Kefeng Wang, Maria
A Ciliberti-Vargas, Jose G Romano, Chuanhui Dong, Negar Asdaghi, Sebastian Koch,
Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Salina P Waddy, Natl Insts of Health/ Natl
Inst of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Mary Robichaux, American
Heart Association, Marietta, GA; Michael F Waters, Univ of Florida Coll of Med,
Gainesville, FL; Ralph L Sacco, Tatjana Rundek, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med,
Miami, FL; W Scott Burgin, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Poster Board Number MP68 / Presentation Number TMP68
Vulnerability to Health Disparities and Secondary Stroke Prevention: The
REGARDS Study
James D Rhodes, Asikhame Oikeh, Chris Gamboa, Abimbola Fadairo, Suzanne Judd,
Virginia Howard, Monika Safford, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number MP69 / Presentation Number TMP69
Association Between Skilled Nursing Facility Quality Indicators and Hospital
Readmissions After Stroke
Judith H Lichtman, Erica Leifheit-Limson, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Yun
Wang, Harvard TH Chan Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; Larry B Goldstein, Univ of
Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Poster Board Number MP70 / Presentation Number TMP70
Assessment of Home Time Following Acute Ischemic Stroke in Medicare
Beneficiaries
Gregg C Fonarow, UCLA Med Cntr, Los Angeles, CA; Li Liang, Laine Thomas, Ying
Xian, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Med Cntr, Los
Angeles, CA; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Lee H Schwamm,
Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA; Eric Peterson, Adrian Hernandez, Duke Clinical Res
Inst, Durham, NC; Pamela W Duncan, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Ctr, Winston-Salem, NC; Emily O’Brien, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Cheryl Bushnell, Wake
Forest Baptist Medical Ctr, Winston-Salem, NC; Janet Prvu Bettger, Duke Clinical Res
Inst, Durham, NC
Poster Board Number MP71 / Presentation Number TMP71
Timing of Carotid Revascularization Procedures After Ischemic Stroke
Ajay Gupta, Gino Gialdini, Ankur Pandya, Babak Navi, Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP72 / Presentation Number TMP72
Geographic, Demographic and Socioeconomic Analysis of StrokeNet Research
Network Population Coverage
Cemal B Sozener, Univ of Michigan Medical Sch, Ann Arbor, MI; Karl E Longstreth,
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Jamey Frasure, Dawn Kleindorfer, Opeolu Adeoye,
Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Phillip A Scott, Univ of Michigan Medical Sch, Ann
Arbor, MI
Nursing Moderated Poster Tour
TMP73 – TMP84
SECTION 7
Moderator: Debbie R Summers, RN, MSN, FAHA, ARNP, Kansas, MO
Poster Board Number MP73 / Presentation Number TMP73
Stroke VAN: a Large Artery Stroke Screening Tool for the ED and Field Use
Mohamed S Teleb, Anna VerHage, Evelyn Smith, Jacqueline Carter, Banner Desert
Medical Ctr, Mesa, AZ
Poster Board Number MP74 / Presentation Number TMP74
Implementing CSTK Measures at a High Volume Comprehensive Stroke Center
Maria I DeGuzman, MHH TMC, Houston, TX; Hari K Indupuru, Suhas Bajgur, Univ of
Texas Health Science Ctr, Houston, TX; Sandi Shaw, Stephanie Cooper, Christine
Glendening, MHH TMC, Houston, TX; Melvin Sline, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr,
Houston, TX; Hope Moser, Nicole Harrison, MHH TMC, Houston, TX; Amrou Sarraj,
Sean I Savitz, Farhaan S Vahidy, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number MP75 / Presentation Number TMP75
The Georgia Stroke Professional Alliance (GA-SPA) – a Six Year Review, of
a Collaborate, State-wide Stroke Professional Network, Reaching Across
State-lines and the Nation to Improve Stroke Care, Professional Education, and
Community Outreach
Katja Bryant, Georgia Stroke Professional Alliance Leadership,, Atlanta, GA; Georgia
Stroke Professional Alliance (GA-SPA); Alexis Thomas, Kelli Brennan, Susan Zimmermann, Denise Goings, Deborah Camp, Shannon Doppelheuer, Kerrin Connely, Cynthia
Brasher, Georgia Stroke Professional Alliance Leadership, Atlanta, GA; Diadra Biles,
American Heart Association, Atlanta, GA; James Lugtu, Georgia Coverdell
Acute Stroke Registry, Atlanta, GA; Catherine Whitworth, Jean Pruitt, Georgia Stroke
Professional Alliance Leadership,, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number MP76 / Presentation Number TMP76
Predicting Aspiration Following Stroke Using a New Reliable and Valid
Dysphagia Screening
Nirmala R Raghunath, Keri Danziger, Millie Hepburn-Smith, NYU Langone Medical Ctr,
New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP77 / Presentation Number TMP77
Development of a Collaborative Transition Coaching Program for Reduction of
Post-stroke Hospitalizations
Ann M Leonhardt, Univ of Rochester Medical Ctr, Rochester, NY; Denise M Burgen,
Visiting Nurse Service, Rochester, NY; Jennifer Wolfe, Visitng Nurse Service, Rochester, NY; Kelly Luther, Univ of Rochester Medical Ctr, Rochester, NY
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Poster Board Number MP78 / Presentation Number TMP78
Tick Tock we Don’t Stop – 24/7 Stroke Nurse Clinician Response Improves
Care in the Stroke Patient
Mary Zimmermann, Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX Primary
Poster Board Number MP79 / Presentation Number TMP79
Inter-professional Implementation of an Evidence-based Bedside
Swallow Screen
Shelley Nichols, Scott Russell, Stacy Perrin, Ashley DePriest, Jackellyne Calderon,
Louise Perdue, Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number MP80 / Presentation Number TMP80
Relationship Between Neutrophil/Lymphocyte Ratio and Post-stroke
Depression
Ann N Lucke-Wold, Michael D Regier, Ashley Petrone, Connie Tennant, Taura Barr,
West Virginia Univ, Morgantown, WV
Poster Board Number MP81 / Presentation Number TMP81
Stroke Systems of Care: EMS Partnerships and Feedback
Shellie VonCannon, Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Ctr, Charlotte, NC; Thomas
Porcelli, Mecklenburg EMS Agency, Charlotte, NC
Poster Board Number MP82 / Presentation Number TMP82
Community Education-Impact of Knowing Your Sign
Kristin Peterson, Victoria Steinkoenig, Advocate BroMenn Medical Ctr, Normal, IL
Poster Board Number MP83 / Presentation Number TMP83
Modifiable Factors Influencing Timely Carotid Endarterectomy among Stroke
Prevention Clinic Patients
Sophia Gocan, Aline Bourgoin, Champlain Regional Stroke Network, The Ottawa Hosp
and Ottawa Hosp Res Inst, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Dylan Blacquiere, Div of Neurology,
Dept of Med, Saint John Regional Hosp, Horizon Health Network, Saint John, NB,
Canada; Rany Shamloul, Ottawa Hosp Res Inst, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Grant Stotts,
Champlain Regional Stroke Network, The Ottawa Hosp and Ottawa Hosp Res Inst,
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number MP84 / Presentation Number TMP84
Reducing Door to Needle and Door to Reperfusion Times: The Trim Effect
Marguerite Rowell, Baptist Hosp of Maimi, Miami, FL
Preventive Strategies Moderated Poster Tour
TMP85 – TMP96
SECTION 8
Moderator: Karen L Furie, MD, MPH, FAHA, Providence, RI
Poster Board Number MP85 / Presentation Number TMP85
The Protective Roles of Sleep Duration and Physical Activity on Stroke Risk:
Analysis of the 2004-2013 National Health Interview Survey using Machine
Learning
Azizi Seixas, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY; Dwayne Henclewood, Booze Allen
Hamilton, Boston, MA; Stephen Williams, Ferdinand Zizi, NYU Sch of Med, New York,
NY; Olajide Williams, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Gbenga Ogedegbe,
Girardin Jean-Louis, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP86 / Presentation Number TMP86
Folic Acid Therapy Prevents Stroke in Countries Without Mandatory Folic Acid
Food Fortification: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
Meng Lee, Shao-Wen Chiu, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp,
Chiayi, Taiwan; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Keun-Sik Hong,
Ilsan Paik Hosp, Inje Univ, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Yi-Ling Wu, Chang Gung Univ
and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Chiayi, Taiwan; Bruce Ovabiagele, Medical Univ of
South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number MP87 / Presentation Number TMP87
The Efficacy of a Chronic Care Based Intervention on Secondary Stroke
Prevention Among Vulnerable Stroke Survivors: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
Eric M Cheng, UCLA VA Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; William E Cunningham,
David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Amytis Towfighi, Rancho Los
Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Downey, CA; Nerses Sanossian, Keck Med of USC,
Los Angeles, CA; Robert J Bryg, Olive View-UCLA Medical Ctr, Sylmar, CA; Thomas L
Anderson, Harbor-UCLA Medical Ctr, Torrance, CA; Frances Barry, Susan M Douglas,
David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Lillie Hudson, Monica Ayala-Rivera, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Downey, CA; Jeffrey J Guterman,
UCLA Olive View Medical Ctr, Sylmar, CA; Sandra G Gross-Schulman, Los Angeles
County Dept of Health Services, Sylmar, CA; Sylvia Beanes, American Heart Association, Los Angeles, CA; Andrea S Jones, Healthy African American Families Phase
II, Los Angeles, CA; Honghu Liu, UCLA Sch of Dentistry, Los Angeles, CA; Barbara G
Vickrey, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number MP88 / Presentation Number TMP88
Cyp2c19 Polymorphisms Are Not Associated With the Long-term Clinical
Outcomes in Stroke Patients Treated With Clopidogrel
Tomotaka Tanaka, Hiroshi Yamagami, Masafumi Ihara, Toshimitsu Hamasaki, Shigeki
Miyata, Toshiyuki MIyata, Haruko Yamamoto, Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka,
Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan; the Contribution of Genetic
Analysis to the Efficacy of Clopidogrel (Cognac) Study Investigators
Poster Board Number MP89 / Presentation Number TMP89
Prior Antithrombotic Use is Associated With Favorable Mortality and
Functional Outcomes in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Evidence From Get
With the Guidelines-stroke
Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Phyo Myint, Univ of Aberdeen,
Aberdeen, United Kingdom; Anne Hellkamp, Duke Univ Sch of Med, Durham, NY;
Gregg Fonarow, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, LA, CA; Matthew Reeves, Michigan State Univ, Michigan, MI; Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston,
MA; Phillip Schulte, Ying Xian, Duke Univ Sch of Med, Durham, NY; Robert Suter, Univ
of Texas Southwestern, Texas, TX; Deepak Bhatt, Brigham and Women’s Hosp Heart
& Vascular Ctr, Boston, MA; Jeffrey Saver, David Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, LA, CA;
Eric Peterson, Duke Univ Sch of Med, Durham, NY
Poster Board Number MP90 / Presentation Number TMP90
Limited Use of Oral Anticoagulant Therapy in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation
After Ischemic Stroke
Emer R McGrath, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Alan S Go, Kaiser
Permanente of Northern California, Oakland, CA; Yuchiao Chang, Leila Borowsky,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Margaret C Fang, Univ of California, San
Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Kristi Reynolds, Kaiser Permanente of Southern
California, Pasadena, CA; Daniel E Singer, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number MP91 / Presentation Number TMP91
Phase I Assessment of the Safety, Tolerability, Pharmacokinetics and
Pharmacodynamics of the Oral Protease-activated Receptor-4 Antagonist
BMS-986120
Fraz A Ismat, Xuewen Ma, Zhaoqing Wang, Charles E Frost, Yan G Ni, Jing Yang,
Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ
Poster Board Number MP92 / Presentation Number TMP92
Higher Risk of Ischemic Events in Secondary Prevention for Patients With
Persistent Versus Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation: The SAMURAI-NVAF Study
Masatoshi Koga, Sohei Yoshimura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita Osaka,
Japan; Yasuhiro Hasegawa, St Marianna Univ Sch of Med, Kawasaki, Japan; Satoshi
Shibuya, South Miyagi Medical Ctr, Ogawara, Japan; Yasuhiro Ito, Toyota Memorial
Hosp, Toyota, Japan; Takahiro Nakashima, NHO Kagoshima Medical Ctr, Kagoshima,
Japan; Kazuhiro Takamatsu, Ohta Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama, Japan; Kazutoshi
Nishiyama, Kitasato Univ Sch of Med, Sagamihara, Japan; Kenichi Todo, Kobe City
Medical Ctr General Hosp, Kobe, Japan; Kazumi Kimura, Kawasaki Medical Sch,
Kurashiki, Japan; Eisuke Furui, Kohnan Hosp, Sendai, Japan; Tadashi Terasaki, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ
Sch of Med, Mitaka, Japan; Kenji Kamiyama, Nakamura Memorial Hosp, Sapporo,
Japan; Shunya Takizawa, Tokai Univ Sch of Med, Isehara, Japan; Satoshi Okuda,
NHO Nagoya Medical Ctr, Nagoya, Japan; Yasushi Okada, NHO Kyushu Medical Ctr,
Fukuoka, Japan; Tomoaki Kameda, Jichi Medical Univ Sch of Med, Shimotsuke,
Japan; Yoshinari Nagakane, Kyoto Second Red Cross Hosp, Kyoto, Japan; Yoshiki
Yagita, Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Kazuomi Kario, Jichi Medical Univ
Sch of Med, Shimotsuke, Japan; Masayuki Shiozawa, Shoichiro Sato, Shoji Arihiro,
Hiroshi Yamagami, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita
Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP93 / Presentation Number TMP93
Elevated Oxygen Extraction Fraction Measured With Noninvasive MRI may be
Discriminatory for Stroke Risk in Adults With Sickle Cell Anemia
Lori C Jordan, Melissa Gindville, Allison Scott, Megan K Strother, Adetola Kassim,
Sheau-Chiann Chen, Sumit Pruthi, Yu Shyr, Manus J Donahue, Vanderbilt Univ
Medical Ctr, Nashville, TN
Poster Board Number MP94 / Presentation Number TMP94
Treatment With Pravastatin Decreases the Level of Serum Hs-CRP in Ischemic
Stroke Patients – Hs-CRP Sub-study of the Japan Statin Treatment Against
Recurrent Stroke (J-STARS)
Kazuo Kitagawa, Tokyo Women’s Medical Univ, Tokyo, Japan; Naohisa Hosomi, Hiroshimal Univ, Hiroshima, Japan; Yoji Nagai, Tatsuo Kagimura, Translational research
Informatics Ctr, Kobe, Japan; Hideki Origasa, Univ of Toyama Graduate Sch of Med
and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Toyama, Japan; Kazuo Minematsu, Natl Cerebral and
Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Shinichiro Uchiyama, Intl Univ of Health and Welfare,
Ctr for Brain and Cerebral Vessels, Sanno Hosp and Sanno Medical Ctr, Tokyo, Japan;
Masakazu Nakamura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,, Suita, Japan; Masayasu
Matsumoto, Hiroshima Univ, Hiroshima, Japan
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Poster Board Number MP95 / Presentation Number TMP95
Large Centralized TIA Assessment Unit Associated With Reduction of Recurrent
Stroke by up to 70%
Andrew M Penn, Island Health Authority, Victoria, BC, Canada; Malcolm Maclure, Univ
of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Linghong Lu, Univ of Victoria, Victoria,
BC, Canada; Maximilian B Bibok, Jaclyn L Morrison, Kristine Votova, Melanie Penn,
Island Health Authority, Victoria, BC, Canada; Robert Balshaw, BC Ctr for Disease
Control, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Mary L Lesperance, Univ of Victoria, Victoria, BC,
Canada
Poster Board Number MP96 / Presentation Number TMP96
Optimal Combination Drug Therapy and Clinical Outcomes After Stroke by
Obesity Status
Jong-Ho Park, Seonam Univ Myongji Hosp, Goyang-si, Korea, Republic of; Bruce
Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
SAH and Other Neurocritical Management Moderated Poster Tour
Poster Board Number MP106 / Presentation Number TMP106
Early Elevation of D-dimer Values Is Associated With Neurological Deterioration
in Acute Ischemic Stroke due to Cerebral Artery Dissection
Kazuki Fukuma, Masafumi Ihara, Hiroshi Yamagami, Masatoshi Koga, Kazunori
Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
TMP97 – TMP108
SECTION 9
Moderator:TBD
Poster Board Number MP97 / Presentation Number TMP97
The Frequency of ED Visits for Headache Preceding a Subsequent
Hospitalization for Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Elizabeth A Cahill, Univ of California Medical Ctr, San Francisco, CA; Molly M Burnett,
Kaiser Medical Ctr, Oakland, CA; Tomas Tesfasilassie, Anthony S Kim, Univ of California Medical Ctr, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number MP98 / Presentation Number TMP98
TBD
Poster Board Number MP107 / Presentation Number TMP107
Intra-arterial Vasodilators Treat Vasospasm in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage With Fair Angiographic Neurological Response, but the Impact on
Outcome is Unknown: a Meta-analysis of Observational Studies
Anand Venkatraman, Ayaz Khawaja, John P Deveikis, Mark R Harrigan, Gyanendra
Kumar, Univ of Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number MP108 / Presentation Number TMP108
Absence of Cortical Microvessel Spasm During Large Vessel Spasm Following
Experimental Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Kurt W Short, Ephraim W Church, Akshal S Patel, Kevin M Cockroft, Patrick J Drew,
Penn State Hershey Medical Ctr, Hershey, PA
Vascular Cognitive Impairment Moderated Poster Tour
Poster Board Number MP99 / Presentation Number TMP99
Risk Factors Related to Aneurysmal Rebleeding After Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage: Characteristics in the Pre-, Intra- and Postoperative Period
Nobutaka Horie, Nagasaki Univ Sch of Med, Nagasaki, Japan; Makio Kaminogo,
Nagasaki SAH Registry Group, Nagasaki, Japan; Tsuyoshi Izumo, Hajime Maeda,
Yoichi Morofuji, Izumi Nagata, Takayuki Matsuo, Nagasaki Univ Sch of Med,
Nagasaki, Japan
TMP109 – TMP120
SECTION 10
Moderator: Didier Leys, MD, PhD, Lille, France
Poster Board Number MP100 / Presentation Number TMP100
Hemicraniectomy for Malignant MCA Syndrome: A Review of Functional
Outcomes in Two High Volume Stroke Centers
Shailesh Male, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN; Georgios
Tsivgoulis, “Attikon Univ Hosp”, Sch of Med, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Nitin
Goyal, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN; Efstathios Boviatsis,
“Attikon Univ Hosp”, Sch of Med, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Abhi Pandhi, Jason
Chang, Ramin Zand, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN; Christina
Zompola, “Attikon Univ Hosp”, Sch of Med, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Lucas
Elijovich, Anne W Alexandrov, Marc D Malkoff, Daniel Hoit, Adam S Arthur, Andrei V
Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number MP101 / Presentation Number TMP101
Safety and Outcome of High Doses IV Milirinone in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
With Refractory Vasospasm
Abdullah S Alamri, Abdulrahman Alturki, Mohammad Badawy, Justin Letourneau,
Marcelo Lannes, Mark Angle, Benjamin Lo, Jeanne Teitelbaum, Montreal Neurological
Hosp, Montreal, QC, Canada
Poster Board Number MP102 / Presentation Number TMP102
Do Statins Decrease Mortality and Delayed Cerebral Ischemia in Aneurysmal
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage? – Results from a Meta-Analysis
Prasanna Sengodan, Pushkal Jadaun, Gaurav Kistangari, Cleveland Clinic at Fairview
Hosp, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number MP103 / Presentation Number TMP103
New Blood Velocity Indices Can Improve the Accuracy of Transcranial Doppler
to Detect Vasospasm After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Jaiyoung Ryu, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; Xiao Hu, UC San Francisco, San Francisco,
CA; Shawn C Shadden, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Poster Board Number MP104 / Presentation Number TMP104
Prevalence of Transcranial Doppler Monitoring in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage: An Analysis of the Nationwide Inpatient Sample
Gyanendra Kumar, Karen C Albright, John P Donnelly, Angela H Shapshak, Mark R
Harrigan, The Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number MP105 / Presentation Number TMP105
Endovascular Treatment of Severe and Refractory Cerebral Vasospasm
Following Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Improves Outcome: A
Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Different Treatment Options Evaluated
Since 2006 for Cerebral Vasospasm
Gregoire Boulouis, Ctr Hospier Sainte Anne, Paris, France; Marc-Antoine Labeyrie,
Lariboisière Hosp, Paris, France; Jean Raymond, Ctr Hospier de l’Univ de Montréal,
Montreal, QC, Canada; Christine Rodriguez-Regent, Ctr Hospier Sainte Anne, Paris,
France; Anne-Claire Lukaszewicz, Damien Bresson, Lariboisière Hosp, Paris, France;
Wagih Ben Hassen, Denis Trystram, Jean-Francois Meder, Catherine Oppenheim,
Olivier Naggara, Ctr Hospier Sainte Anne, Paris, France
Poster Board Number MP109 / Presentation Number TMP109
Bidirectional Influence Between Vascular β-amyloid and Tau:
An Experimental Evidence
Masafumi Ihara, Satoshi Saito, Yorito Hattori, Yumi Yamamoto, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka,
Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number MP110 / Presentation Number TMP110
Minocycline Reduces Hypoxia-mediated BBB Disruption by Protecting
TJP Degradation and Promoting Angiogenesis in SHR/SP With Chronic
White-matter Injury
Yi Yang, Shihoko Kimura-Ohba, Jeffrey F Thompson, Victor M Salayandia, Millie
Cosse, Limor Raz, Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Fakhreya Y Jalal, United
Arab Emirates Univ, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates; Gary A Rosenberg, Univ of New
Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Poster Board Number MP111 / Presentation Number TMP111
Gradual Carotid Artery Stenosis in Mice Closely Replicates Hypoperfusive
Vascular Dementia in Humans
Yorito Hattori, Natl Hosp Organization MInami Kyoto Hosp, Joyo, Japan; Jun-ichiro
Enmi, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Yoko Okamoto, Kansai Electric Power Hosp, Osaka, Japan; Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Suita, Japan; Rajesh N Kalaria, Newcastle Univ, Newcastle, United Kingdom;
Hidehiro Iida, Masafumi Ihara, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number MP112 / Presentation Number TMP112
Procalcitonin and Mrproanp As Biomarkers of Subclinical Cerebrovascular
Damage: The Northern Manhattan Study
Mira Katan, Univ Hosp of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Yeseon P Moon, Columbia Univ
Coll of Physicians and Surgeons,, New York, NY; Arnold von Eckardsteind, Katharina
Spanaus, Univ Hosp of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Janet T DeRosa, Jose Gutierrez,
Columbia Univ Coll of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY; Charles DeCarli, Univ
of California in Davis, Sacramento, CA; Clinton B Wright, Ralph L Sacco, Miller Sch of
Med, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia Univ Coll of Physicians
and Surgeons, New York, NY
Poster Board Number MP113 / Presentation Number TMP113
Long-term Cognitive Decline After Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Alessandro Biffi, Christopher D Anderson, Alison M Ayres, Steven M Greenberg,
Jonathan Rosand, Anand Viswanathan, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Primary
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Poster Board Number MP114 / Presentation Number TMP114
Cerebral Ischemia Combined With Amyloid Angiopathy Significantly
Deteriorated Cognitive Impairment via Angiotensin AT1 Receptor in a Mouse
Model of Alzheimer’s Disease
Takashi Nakagawa, Yu Hasegawa, Shokei Kim Mitsuyama, Kumamoto university,
Kumamoto, Japan
Poster Board Number MP115 / Presentation Number TMP115
Diabetes-induced Neuronal Degeneration and Dysfunctional Neovascularization
in the Hippocampus: Implications for Cognitive Impairment and Stroke
Rebecca Ward, John Paul Valenzuela, Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number MP116 / Presentation Number TMP116
Patterns of Blood-brain Barrier Disruption Associated With Vascular White
Matter Disease
Richard Leigh, Christian Dias, John Lynch, Richard Benson, Marie Luby, Amie Hsia,
Zurab Nadareishvili, Lawrence Latour, Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD
Poster Board Number MP117 / Presentation Number TMP117
Detecting Diseased Tissue in Normal Appearing White Matter of Transient
Ischemic Attack and Minor Stroke Patients Using Texture Analysis
Ajay Mahajan, Stephen Campeau, Rani Gupta Sah, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB,
Canada; Helen L Carlson, Alberta Children’s Hosp Res Inst, Calgary, AB, Canada;
Saad Khan, Adrian Tsang, Yunyan Zhang, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Adam
Kirton, Alberta Children’s Hosp Res Inst, Calgary, AB, Canada; Shelagh Coutts, Phillip
A Barber, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada Primary
Poster Board Number MP118 / Presentation Number TMP118
Increased Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) and Vascular Endothelial
Growth (VEGF) After Long Term Remote Ischemic Conditioning (RIC): Possible
Role in Neurovascular Plasticity During Vascular Cognitive Impairment (VCI)
Mohammad B Khan, Kumar Vaibhav, Krishnan M Dhandapani, Md N Hoda, David C
Hess, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number MP119 / Presentation Number TMP119
High Homocysteine Level is not Associated With White Matter Changes,
Dementia nor Mortality After Ischemic Stroke
Susanna Melkas, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Sami Curtze, Gerli Sibolt, Helsinki
Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Niku K Oksala, Tampere Univ Hosp, Tampere,
Finland; Jukka Putaala, Lauri Soinne, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland;
Tarja Pohjasvaara, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Markku Kaste, Helsinki Univ
Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Pekka Karhunen, Tampere Univ Hosp, Tampere Univ,
Tampere, Finland; Timo Erkinjuntti, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number MP120 / Presentation Number TMP120
Race and Sex Differences in the Trajectory of Cognitive Decline After
Incident Stroke
Deborah A Levine, Andrzej T Galecki, Kenneth M Langa, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
MI; Frederick W Unverzagt, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Mohammed U Kabeto,
Bruno Giordani, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; George Howard, Virginia J Howard,
Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; Mary Cushman, Univ of Vermont,
Burlington, VT; Suzanne E Judd, Virginia G Wadley, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham,
Birmingham, AL
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POSTER SESSION II
Poster Board Number P10 / Presentation Number TP10
Prediction of Thrombolytic Efficacy: Usefulness of Measurement of
Enhancement in the Thrombus on Thin-reconstructed Perfusion CT
Dong Hoon Shin, Eung Yeop Kim, Gachon Univ Gil Medical Ctr, Incheon, Korea,
Republic of
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
Hall H
These posters are not included in the Thursday 5:15 pm Professor-Led Poster
Tour Session.
Acute Endovascular Treatment Posters II
Poster Board Number P11 / Presentation Number TP11
Treatment Times and Outcomes With Utilization of Telemedicine Prior to
Transfer for Stroke Endovascular Therapy
Alhamza R Al-Bayati, Cynthia L Kenmuir, Hazem Shoirah, Amin Aghaebrahim,
Maxim D Hammer, Ashutosh P Jadhav, Tudor G Jovin, Vivek K Reddy, Matthew T
Starr, Lawrence R Wechsler, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
TP1 – TP36
Poster Board Number P1 / Presentation Number TP1
Stent Retrievers in Transferred Patients: What Percentage Are Eligible for
Treatment and Are They Effective?
Billy Gao, Nobl Barazangi, Charlene Chen, Christine Wong, Alan Yee, Ann Bedenk,
Megan Morrow, Julia Fernandes, Warren Kim, Joey English, David Tong, CPMC,
San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P12 / Presentation Number TP12
Safety of Endovascular Intervention for Acute Stroke in Patients on
Anticoagulation
Donna Kurowski, Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Karin Jonczak,
Abinginton Hosp, Abington, PA; Qaisar Shah, Abington Hosp, Abington, PA; Shadi
Yaghi, Randolph S Marshall, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Haroon Ahmad, James
McKinney, Robert Wood Johnson Univ Hosp, New Brunswick, NJ; Brett L Cucchiara,
Hosp of the Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Poster Board Number P2 / Presentation Number TP2
Heparin Use Across Major Endovascular Trials
Natalie Kreitzer, Pooja Khatri, Opeolu Adeoye, Todd Abruzzo, Aaron Grossman,
Andrew Ringer, Joseph Broderick, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P3 / Presentation Number TP3
Endovascular Treatment for Acute Stroke and Weekend/off Hour Effect:
Does it Really Exist ?
Priyank Khandelwal, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P4 / Presentation Number TP4
Pre-treatment Systolic Blood Pressure Levels Predict Final Infarct Volume, and
Early Outcomes Following Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients With Emergent Large Vessel Occlusion
Nitin Goyal, Georgios Tsivgoulis, Yasser M Khorchid, Sulaiman Iftikhar, Vinodh T Doss,
Ramin Zand, Jason J Chang, Dan Hoit, Andrei V Alexandrov, Adam Arthur, Lucas
Elijovich, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P5 / Presentation Number TP5
Long Term Experience Using the ADAPT Technique for the Treatment of Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Jan Vargas, Alejandro Spiotta, Raymond Turner, M Imran Chaudry, Aquilla Turk, MUSC,
Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P6 / Presentation Number TP6
Prediction of Clot Fragility and Recanalization Outcome Using Susceptibility
Vessel Sign on Susceptibility Weighted Image
Dong-Wan Kang, Han-Gil Jeong, Chi Kyung Kim, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Jun Yup Kim, Armed Forces Seoul Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Do
Yeon Kim, Jung Min Pyun, Seung-Hoon Lee, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P7 / Presentation Number TP7
Intraarterial Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke due to Dissection:
Retrospective Series of 24 Cases
Judd Jensen, Kristin Salottolo, Kathryn McCarthy, Donald Frei, David Loy, Jeffrey
Wagner, Michelle Whaley, David Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P8 / Presentation Number TP8
A Pilot Study of Selective Brain Cooling by Intra-arterial Infusion of Cold Saline
in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Jian Chen, Hongqi zhang, Liqun jiao, Liqiang liu, Xiaokun Geng, Yuchuan Ding,
Xunming Ji, Xuan Wu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P9 / Presentation Number TP9
Safety of Endovascular Treatment in Acute Stroke Patients Taking Oral
Anticoagulants
Timo Uphaus, Univ Hosp Mainz, Mainz, Germany; Oliver C Singer, Joachim Berkefeld,
Goethe Univ, Frankfurt/Main, Germany; Christian H Nolte, Georg Bohner, Charité Hosp,
Berlin, Germany; Kurt Niederkorn, Hannes Deutschmann, Medical Univ of Graz, Graz,
Austria; Hans-Peter Haring, Johannes Trenkler, Wagner-Jauregg Hosp, Linz, Austria;
Tobias Neumann-Haefelin, Erich Hofmann, Klinikum Fulda, Fulda, Germany; Anett
Stoll, Albrecht Bormann, Klinikum Altenburger Land, Altenburg, Germany; Matthias
Bussmeyer, Anastasios Mpotsaris, Klinikum Vest, Recklinghausen, Germany; Arno
Reich, Martin Wiesmann, Univ Hosp Aachen, Aachen, Germany; Gabor C Petzold, Univ
Hosp Bonn, Bonn, Germany; Horst Urbach, Univ Hosp Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany;
Sebastian Jander, Bernd Turowski, Medical Faculty, Heinrich Heine Univ, Düsseldorf,
Germany; Christian Weimar, Marc U Schlamann, Univ Hosp Essen, Essen, Germany;
Klaus Groeschel, Stephan Boor, Sonja Groeschel, Univ Hosp Mainz, Mainz, Germany
Poster Board Number P13 / Presentation Number TP13
Mechanical Thrombectomy in Octogenarian Stroke Patients is Safe and
Effective
Matthias Barral, Raphaël Blanc, Gabriele Ciccio, Hocine Redjem, Stanislas Smajda,
Marie Abrivard, Michel Piotin, Fondation Rothschild, Paris, France
Poster Board Number P14 / Presentation Number TP14
Final Infarct Volume as an Early Indicator the Clinical Outcome: Insight from
ESCAPE Trial
Fahad Al-ajlan, Mayank Goyal, Bijoy K Menon, Andrew M Demchuk, Muneer Eesa,
Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jeremy L Rempel, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton,
AB, Canada; John Thornton, Beaumont Hosp, Dublin, Ireland; Daniel Roy, Daniel
Roy, Univ de Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada; Tudor G Jovin, UPMC, Pittsburgh, PA;
Robert A Willinsky, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Biggya Sapkota, Erlanger
Hosp, Chattanooga, TN; Cheemun Lum, Univ of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Donald
F Frei, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO; Walter J Montanera, Univ of Toronto,
Toronto, ON, Canada; Alexandre Y Poppe, Univ de Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada;
Frank L Silver, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; Ashfaq Shuaib, Univ of Alberta,
Edmonton, AB, Canada; Donatella Tampieri, McGill Univ, Montreal, QC, Canada;
David Williams, Royal Coll Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; Oh Young Bang,
Samsung Univ Health Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Blaise W Baxter, Erlanger Hosp,
Chattanooga, TN; Paul A Burns, Royal Victoria Hosp, Belfast, United Kingdom; Hana
Choe, Abington Memorial Hosp, Abington, PA; Ji-Hoe Heo, Yonsei Univ, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Christine A Holmstedt, MUSC, Charlston, SC; Brian Jankowitz, UPMC,
Pittsburgh, PA; Michael Kelly, Univ of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada; Guillermo Linares, Temple Univ, Philadelphia, PA; Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P15 / Presentation Number TP15
Futile Recanalization Rate and Predictors in Subjects With Anterior Circulation
Occlusion in IMS-III Trial
Haitham M Hussain, Muhammad A Saleem, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke
Inst, StCloud, MN
Poster Board Number P16 / Presentation Number TP16
Intraarterial Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke: Analysis of Outcomes of
Dissection vs Non-Dissection Mechanism in 445 patients
Judd Jensen, Kristin Salottolo, Kathryn McCarthy, David Loy, Donald Frei, Jeffrey
Wagner, Michelle Whaley, David Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P17 / Presentation Number TP17
Uric Acid Consumption in the Patients Receiving Intraarterial Thrombectomy
Do Yeon Kim, Chi Kyung Kim, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Jun
Yup Kim, Armed Forces Seoul Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Han-Gil Jeong, DongWan Kang, Jung Min Pyun, Seung-Hoon Lee, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P18 / Presentation Number TP18
S-shaped Internal Carotid Artery Curve in Dissection-related Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Diogo C Haussen, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Ashutosh Jadhav,
Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Leticia Rebello, Samir Belagaje,
Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA; Tudor Jovin, Amin Aghaebrahim,
Deepak Gulati, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Michael Frankel, Raul G
Nogueira, Emory Univ / Grady Memorial Hosp, Atlanta, GA
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Poster Board Number P19 / Presentation Number TP19
Charlson Comorbidity Index Predicts Mortality and Functional Outcome in
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Treated With Mechanical Thrombectomy
Daniela Samaniego, Univ Hosp Germans Trias i Pujol, Barcelona, Spain; Maria
Hernandez-Perez, Anna Planas, Lorena Martin, Laura Dorado, Elena Lopez-Cancio,
Meritxell Gomis, Natalia Perez de la Ossa, Univ Hosp Germans Trias i Pujol, Badalona,
Spain; Ernest Palomeras, Hosp de Mataró, Mataró, Spain; Carlos Castaño, Antoni
Davalos, Univ Hosp Germans Trias i Pujol, Badalona, Spain
Poster Board Number P20 / Presentation Number TP20
Prediction of Hemorrhagic Transformation After Endovascular Thrombectomy
by Cerebral Blood Volume and Time to Reperfusion
Tomohide Yoshie, Toshihiro Ueda, Tatsuro Takada, Shinji Nogoshi, Satoshi Takaishi,
Takayuki Fukano, Daiki Tokuura, St Marianna Unvi Toyoko Hosp, Kawasaki, Japan
Poster Board Number P21 / Presentation Number TP21
Patterns of Stroke Transfers and Predictors for Thrombectomy Post-MR CLEAN:
a Single Center Experience
Luciana Catanese, Christoph Griessenauer, Joseph Tarsia, Wendy Cohen, BIDMC/
Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA; Ashkan Shoamanesh, McMaster Univ, Hamilton,
ON, Canada; Sandeep Kumar, Vasileios Lioutas, Magdy Selim, Ajith Thomas,
Christopher Ogilvy, BIDMC/ Harvard Medical Sch, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P23 / Presentation Number TP23
Endovascular Treatment versus Best Medical Treatment in Acute Ischemic
Stroke Patients: a Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials Which
Permitted Recruitment of Patients Aged > 85 Years
Muhammad F Ishfaq, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Haseeb A Rahman,
Abraham P Thomas, Houston Methodist Hosp-Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Adnan I
Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number P30 / Presentation Number TP30
Risks and Benefits of Bypassing the Emergency Department for Ischemic
Stroke Transferred in for Acute Endovascular Therapy
Susan Deveikis, Karen Albright, John Deveikis, Kara Sands, Harn Shiue, Benjamin A
Jones, April Sisson, Michael Lyerly, Mark Harrigan, Toby Gropen, UAB Comprehensive
Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P31 / Presentation Number TP31
Variability of Stroke Patients Meeting Endovascular Stroke Trial Criteria in a
Non-clinical Trial Setting
Jennifer E Fugate, Waleed Brinjikji, Harry Cloft, David F Kallmes, Alejandro A
Rabinstein, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Poster Board Number P32 / Presentation Number TP32
Endovascular Treatment of Posterior Circulation Strokes Improves Outcome
Mohammad Moussavi, Siddhart Mehta, Daniel Korya, Jaskiran Brar, Azka Shaikh,
Rushil Kalola, Shayan Nizam, Spozhmy Panezai, Jawad Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr,
Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P33 / Presentation Number TP33
Ischemic Stroke Outcomes in Medical vs Endovascular Treatment of Proximal
Carotid Artery Occlusion
Yamin Shwe, Chunyan Cai, Anjail Z Sharrief, Amrou Sarrraj, Univ of Texas Health
Sciences Ctr, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P34 / Presentation Number TP34
TNF Alpha is Detected in Clots Extracted From Neurointerventions in Patients
With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Amitabha Sengupta, Jawad Kirmani, Daniel Korya, Siddhart Mehta, Mohammad
Moussavi, Michelle Previtera, JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ Primary
Poster Board Number P24 / Presentation Number TP24
Should the Decision for Mechanical Thrombectomy be Based on Pre-procedure
CT Head Showing Early Changes in Specific Regions of the Brain?
Daniel Korya, Mohammad Moussavi, Siddhart Mehta, Jaskiran Brar, Mena Samaan,
Swathi Kondapali, Briana DeCarvalho, Jawad Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Primary
Poster Board Number P35 / Presentation Number TP35
Eptifibatide is Safe and May Improve Outcomes in Stroke Patients Undergoing
Thrombectomy After Receiving IVtPA
Siddhart Mehta, Mohammad Moussavi, Daniel Korya, Jaskiran Brar, Harina Chahal,
Swathi Kondapalli, Mena Samaan, Azka Shaikh, Rushil Kalola, Yong-Bum Song,
Jawad Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ Primary
Poster Board Number P25 / Presentation Number TP25
Analysis of Workflow and Time to Treatment in the Swift Prime Randomized
Controlled Trial
Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Ashutosh P Jadhav, Univ of
Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Alain Bonafe, CHU Gui de Chauliac, Montpellier, France; Hans Deiner, Univ Hosp & Essen Headache Ctr, Essen, Germany;
Vitor Pereira, Univ Hosp of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland; Elad Levy, Univ of Buffalo,
Buffalo, NY; Blaise Baxter, Erlanger Hosp, Chattanooga, TN; Tudor Jovin, Univ of
Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA; Reza Jahan, Univ of California-Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA; Bijoy Menon, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jeffrey Saver,
Univ of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P36 / Presentation Number TP36
Predictors and Associated Outcomes of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Following
Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Alexandros L Geordiadis, Muhammad A Saleem, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi
Stroke Inst, StCloud, MN
Poster Board Number P26 / Presentation Number TP26
The Outcome of Patients With Tandem Occlusion Remains Poor Despite
Mechanical Thrombectomy
Robert Fahed, Hocine Redjem, Raphaël Blanc, Fondation Rothschild, Paris, France;
Julien Labreuche, Univ of Lille, Lille, France; Stanislas Smajda, Thomas Robert,
Gabriele Ciccio, Marie Abrivard, Michel Piotin, Fondation Rothschild, Paris, France
Primary
Poster Board Number P27 / Presentation Number TP27
Endovascular Treatment Within 6 Hours is Safe and Benefitial in IV-tPA
Ineligible Patients
Leticia C Rebello, Diogo Haussen, Michael Frankel, Aaron Anderson, Andrey Lima,
Samir Belagaje, Raul Nogueira, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P28 / Presentation Number TP28
Impact of Variations in Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction Grading Scheme
Between Clinical Trials on Rates of Post Thrombectomy Partial Recanalization
Asif A Khan, Mohammad Rauf Afzal, Nauman Jahangir, Mushtaq H Qureshi, Nabeel
Herial, M Fareed K Suri, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Primary
Poster Board Number P29 / Presentation Number TP29
Endovascular Thrombectomy and Medical Therapy Versus Medical Therapy
Alone in Acute Stroke (EASI): a Randomized Care Trial
Naim N Khoury, Univ of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada; Tim E Darsaut, Univ of
Alberta Hosp, Edmonton, AB, Canada; Jimmy Ghostine, Yan Deschaintre, Nicole
Daneault, André Durocher, Sylvain Lanthier, Alexandre Poppe, Céline Odier, LouiseHélène Lebrun, François Guilbert, Jean-Christophe Gentric, André Batista, Alain Weill,
Daniel Roy, Serge Bracard, Univ of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada
Acute Neuroimaging Posters II
TP37 – TP67
Poster Board Number P37 / Presentation Number TP37
Cervical Vascular Findings and Clinical Correlates in Takayasu Arteritis
Bree Chancellor, Gibran Shaikh, Adam Davis, Pam Rosenthal, Koto Ishida, NYU
Neurology, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P38 / Presentation Number TP38
Impact of CT Perfusion Scan Duration on Lesion Volume
Aimen Kasasbeh, Søren Christensen, Matus Straka, Nishant Mishra, Roland Bammer,
Gregory Albers, Maarten Lansberg, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number P39 / Presentation Number TP39
High Accuracy of Magnetic Resonance T2*– Weighted Sequences for Detection
of Intracranial Arterial Thrombus
Afonso P Liberato, Santosh Shah, Noor Maza, Isabelle Barnaure, Ramon G Gonzalez,
Javier M Romero, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P40 / Presentation Number TP40
CT Permeability Imaging Distinguishes Benign Oligemia From “At-Risk” Tissue
Nan Liu, Military General Hosp of Beijing PLA, Beijing, China Primary
Poster Board Number P41 / Presentation Number TP41
Perfusion CT Identifies Ischemic Stroke Patients With a Good Natural History
Regardless of Treatment
Andrew Bivard, Venkatesh Krishnamurthy, christopher Levi, Mark Parsons, Univ of
Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
Poster Board Number P42 / Presentation Number TP42
Early Neurological Deterioration in Patients With Single Infarct in the Territory
of Lenticulostriate Artery Territory
Yasumasa Yamamoto, Kyoto Katsura Hosp, Kyoto, Japan; Yoshinari Nagakane,
Kyoto Second Red Cross Hosp, Kyoto, Japan; Yasuhiro Tomii, Kyoto Katsura Hosp,
Kyoto, Japan
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Poster Board Number P43 / Presentation Number TP43
Delayed Phase Blood Pool Assessment of Multiphase-CTA in Acute Stroke
Provides Further Information Beyond Non-Contrast CT
Akinrinola O Famuyide, Christopher D d’Esterre, Emmad Qazi, Mohamed Njam,
Khayam Khan, Bijoy K Menon, Phillip Barber, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P44 / Presentation Number TP44
Low Cerebral Blood Flow (CBF) at Baseline Best Predicts Parenchymal
Hematoma (PH) Post Revascularization Therapy
Connor Batchelor, Calgary Stroke Program (Univ of Calgary), Calgary, AB, Canada;
Connor McDougall, Patrick Wee, Mari Boesen, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada;
Emmad Qazi, Mohamed Najm, Calgary Stroke Program (Univ of Calgary), Calgary, AB,
Canada; Enrico Fainardi, Univ Hosp Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy; Tolu Sajobi, Christopher D
d’Esterre, Ting Y Lee, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Richard I Aviv, Sunnybrook
Health Sciences Ctr, Toronto, ON, Canada; Andrew M Demchuk, Mayank Goyal,
Calgary Stroke Program (Univ of Calgary), Calgary, AB, Canada; Bijoy K Menon,
Calgary Stroke Program, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P45 / Presentation Number TP45
One Threshold Does not Fit All: Hounsfield Unit Thresholds to Segment Clot
on NCCT are Patient Specific
Emmad Qazi, Alexis T Wilson, Connor McDougall, Mari Boesen, Fahad S Al-Ajlan,
Pooneh Pordeli, Connor Batchelor, Khayam Khan, Tolulope T Sajobi, Ting-Yim Lee,
Michael D Hill, Andrew M Demchuk, Mayank Goyal, Christopher D d’Esterre, Bijoy K
Menon, Nils D Forkert, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P46 / Presentation Number TP46
A Score to Detect Proximal Artery Occlusion in Patients With Acute Ischemic
Stroke of the Anterior Circulation Based on NIHSS and Non-contrast Brain CT:
the PAO Score
Rui Kleber V Martins Filho, Millene R Camilo, Milena C Libardi, Renata S Santos,
Frederico F Alessio-Alves, Francisco A Dias, Luis Henrique C Afonso, Pedro T
Cougo-Pinto, Clara M Barreira, Leticia J Rocha, Daniel G Abud, Octavio M Pontes-Neto,
Univ of Sao Paulo (Ribeirao Preto Medical Sch), Ribeirao Preto, Brazil
Poster Board Number P47 / Presentation Number TP47
Inverse PWI/DWI Mismatch is a Typical Feature of Acute Subcortical
Ischemic Stroke
Kersten Villringer, Ahmed Abdelrahim Khalil, Academic Neuroradiology, Berlin,
Germany; Peter Brunecker, Ctr for Stroke Res, Berlin, Germany; Christian Nolte, Dept
of Neurology, Berlin, Germany; Arno Villringer, Dept of Neurology, Leipzig, Germany;
Jochen Fiebach, Academic Neuroradiology, Berlin, Germany
Poster Board Number P48 / Presentation Number TP48
Prediction of Neurologic Outcome after Ischemic Stroke with Volumetric
Measurements on CT and MRI
Adam de Havenon, Bailey Donleavy, Haimei Wang, Lee Chung, Jennifer Majersik, Univ
of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number P49 / Presentation Number TP49
Irreversible Ischemic Lesion Characterization: Does CBV_ASPECTS Add to
CT_ASPECTS?
Marina Padroni, Clinica Neurologica, Ferrara, Italy; Pilar Coscojuela, Sandra Boned,
Marc Ribó, Jordi Cabero, David Rodriguez-Luna, Jorge Pagola, Marian Muchada,
Alejandro Tomasello, Jesus M Juega, Estela Sanjuan, Carlos Molina, Marta Rubiera,
Hosp Vall d’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain
Poster Board Number P50 / Presentation Number TP50
Efficacy of Stent-retriever Thrombectomy in MRI Vs CT Perfusion Selected
Patients in SWIFT PRIME
Alain Bonafe, Hôpital Gui-de-Chauliac, Montpellier, Montpellier, France; Jeffery Saver,
Univ of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Mayank Goyal, Univ of Calgary,
Calgary, AB, Canada; Reza Jahan, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
Hans-Christoph Diener, Univ Hosp of Univ Duisburg-Essen,, Essen, Germany; Elad
Levy, State Univ of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, NY; Vitor Pereira, Univ
of Toronto, University of Toronto, ON, Canada; Christophe Cognard, Univ Hosp of
Toulouse, Toulouse, France; Dileep Yavagal, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami,
FL; Gregory W Albers, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Palo Alto, CA Primary
Poster Board Number P51 / Presentation Number TP51
Cerebral Blood Flow Threshold for Infarction After 3 Hours of Ischemia
Determined in a Porcine Model of Stroke
Eric Wright, Univ of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada; Christopher d’Esterre,
Foothills Medical Ctr, Calgary, AB, Canada; Laura Morrison, Neil Cockburn, Michael
Kovacs, Lawson Health Res Inst, London, ON, Canada; Ting-Yim Lee, Robarts Res
Inst, London, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P53 / Presentation Number TP53
Imaging Insight on Therapeutic Hypothermia with Thrombolysis: ICTUS 2
David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Karin
Ernstrom, Karen Rapp, Univ of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA; Sachin Agarwal,
Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Mauricio Concha, Intercoastal Medical
Group, Sarasota, FL; Syed Hussain, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Guy M
Dugan, Alexian Brothers Medical Ctr, Elk Grove Village, IL; Teresa Rzesiewicz, Univ
of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA; James C Grotta, Memorial Hermann Hosp,
Houston, TX; Thomas M Hemmen, Rema Raman, Univ of California, San Diego,
San Diego, CA; Patrick D Lyden, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; for the
ICTUS 2 Investigators
Poster Board Number P54 / Presentation Number TP54
Topographical Aspects Collateral Score is a Useful Prognostic Factor in
Thrombolysed Anterior Circulation Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Leonard Yeo, Prakash Paliwal, Teoh Hock Luen, Rahul Rathakrishnan, Derek Soon,
Eric Ting, NUHS, Singapore, Singapore; Wong Ho-Fai, Chang Gung Memorial Hosp,
Taiwan, Taiwan; Vijay Sharma, NUHS, Singapore, Singapore
Poster Board Number P55 / Presentation Number TP55
Rate of Infarct Growth in Acute Ischemic Stroke is Independent of Apparent
Diffusion Coefficient Threshold
Rani Gupta Sah, Saad Khan, Ajay Mahajan, Nils Daniel Forkert, Moiz Hafeez,
Adrian Tsang, Christopher D d’Esterre, Phillip A Barber, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB,
Canada Primary
Poster Board Number P56 / Presentation Number TP56
The Impact of Early Ischemic Changes on Head CT on Hemorrhagic Conversion
and Outcomes in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Ayaz Khawaja, Karen Albright, Angela Hays Shapshak, Harn Shiue, April Sisson,
Reza Bavarsad Shahripour, Manmeet Kaur, Michael Lyerly, Toby Gropen, UAB
Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P57 / Presentation Number TP57
Assessing Acute Infarct Growth and Evolution Using Apparent Diffusion
Coefficient and Quantitative R2 Imaging
Rani Gupta Sah, Saad Khan, Ajay Mahajan, Nils Daniel Forkert, Adrian Tsang, Moiz
Hafeez, Sana Tariq, Christopher D d’Esterre, Phillip A Barber, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P58 / Presentation Number TP58
A Comparison of Automated and Manual Volumetric Analysis of CT Perfusion in
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Bailey Donleavy, Lee Chung, Haimei Wang, Jennifer Majersik, Adam de Havenon, Univ
of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number P59 / Presentation Number TP59
Rapid MR in Suspected Acute Stroke: Identifying Mimics That Can Avoid
Admission
Julie Bykowski, Nathan Gaines, Brett Meyer, Dawn Meyer, Thomas Hemmen, William
G Bradley Jr, Royya Modir, UC San Diego Health, San Diego, CA
Poster Board Number P60 / Presentation Number TP60
Perfusion Abnormalities in Patients With Anterior Choroidal Artery (AChA)
Stroke
Saeed Alqahtani, Zurab Nadareishvili, Marie Luby, Lawrence Latour, Richard Benson,
Amie Hsia, Richard Leigh, John K Lynch, Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD Primary
Poster Board Number P61 / Presentation Number TP61
Automated Labeling of Cerebral Vasculature on MR Angiography Using
Nonparametric Bayesian Inference
Benjamin Quachtran, Sunil Sheth, Jeffrey Saver, David Liebeskind, Fabien Scalzo,
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
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Poster Board Number P62 / Presentation Number TP62
The Incidence of Post-treatment Cerebral Microbleeds After Combined Therapy
of Endovascular Thrombectomy and tPA
Yuhei Kanaya, Yuji Shiga, Shinichi Takeshima, Shinzo Ota, Yoshinobu Sekihara,
Kazuhiro Takamatsu, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama,Hiroshima, Japan;
Yutaka Shimoe, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan;
Akio Tanaka, Taisei Ota, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama,Hiroshima,
Japan; Masakazu Nishigaki, Graduate Sch of Med and Faculty of Med Kyoto
Univ, Kyoto,Kyoto, Japan; Masaru Kuriyama, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp,
Fukuyama,Hiroshima, Japan
Poster Board Number P63 / Presentation Number TP63
Lacunarization After Endovascular Treatment: a Surrogate Marker of Good
Functional Outcome
Pedro Cardona, Helena Quesada, Blanca Lara, Nuria Cayuela, Bellvitge Univ Hosp,
Barcelona, Spain; Xavier Ustrell, Hosp Joan XXIII, Tarragona, Spain; Moises Garces,
Hosp Verge Cinta de Tortosa, Tortosa, Spain; Paloma Mora, Roger Barranco, M
Angeles De Miquel, Bellvitge Univ Hosp, Barcelona, Spain; Ana Maria Escrig, Parc
Sanitari Sant Joan de Deu, Sant Boi, Spain; Francisco Rubio, Bellvitge Univ Hosp,
Barcelona, Spain
Poster Board Number P64 / Presentation Number TP64
Negative-FLAIR Vascular Hyperintensities Serves as a Marker of Chronic Major
Arterial Occlusion in Acute Stroke
Junya Aoki, Kentaro Suzuki, Yuki Sakamoto, Arata Abe, Satoshi Suda, Seiji Okubo,
Kazumi Kimura, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P65 / Presentation Number TP65
IV Thrombolysis in Minor Stroke: MRI Reperfusion Predicts Favorable Clinical
Outcome
Marie Luby, Aabha A Shah, Richard T Benson, Tyler A Brown, Amie W Hsia, Richard
Leigh, John K Lynch, Zurab Nadareishvili, Lawrence L Latour, NINDS, Stroke Branch,
Bethesda, MD; NINDS, Stroke Branch
Poster Board Number P66 / Presentation Number TP66
Single Slice Maximal Lesion Diameter Predicts Malignant Pattern of Diffusion
Lesions in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Anke Wouters, Univ Hosp Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; Patrick Dupont, KULeuven,
Leuven, Belgium; Anna Kufner, Charité Univ Hosp, Berlin, Germany; Robin Lemmens,
Univ Hosp Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; Vincent Thijs, Austin Health, Heidelberg, Australia
Poster Board Number P67 / Presentation Number TP67
Cerebral Microbleeds Are Associated With Hemorrhagic Infarction Among
Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients With NVAF: The SAMURAI-NVAF Study
Masayuki Shiozawa, Sohei Yoshimura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita,
Japan; Kenji Kamiyama, Nakamura Memorial Hosp, Sapporo, Japan; Shunya
Takizawa, Tokai Univ Sch of Med, Isehara, Japan; Satoshi Okuda, NHO Nagoya
Medical Ctr, Nagoya, Japan; Yasushi Okada, NHO Kyushu Medical Ctr, Fukuoka,
Japan; Tomoaki Kameda, Jichi Medical Univ Sch of Med, Shimotsuke, Japan; Yoshinari Nagakane, Kyoto Second Red Cross Hosp, Kyoto, Japan; Yasuhiro Hasegawa, St
Marianna Univ Sch of Med, Kawasaki, Japan; Satoshi Shibuya, South Miyagi Medical
Ctr, Ogawara, Japan; Yasuhiro Ito, Toyota Memorial Hosp, Toyoya, Japan; Takahiro
Nakashima, NHO Kagoshima Medical Ctr, Kagoshima, Japan; Kazuhiro Takamatsu,
Ohta Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama, Japan; Kazutoshi Nishiyama, Kitasato Univ Sch of
Med, Sagamihara, Japan; Kenichi Todo, Kobe City Medical Ctr General Hosp, Kobe,
Japan; Kazumi Kimura, Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Eisuke Furui,
Kohnan Hosp, Sendai, Japan; Tadashi Terasaki, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto
Hosp, Kumamoto, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ Sch of Med, Mitaka, Japan;
Yoshiki Yagita, Kawasaki Medical Sch, Kurashiki, Japan; Kazuomi Kario, Jichi Medical
Univ Sch of Med, Shimotsuke, Japan; Naoto Kinoshita, Soichiro Matsubara, Hiroshi
Yamagami, Masatoshi Koga, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,
Suita, Japan; the SAMURAI Study Investigators
Acute Nonendovascular Treatment Posters II
TP68 – TP84
Poster Board Number P68 / Presentation Number TP68
Recanalization of Large Vessel Occlusion in the Golden Hour of IV tPA
Administration for Ischemic Stroke
Rodica Bernatowicz, Megan Donohue, M Shazam Hussain, Seby John, Ken Uchino,
Dolora Wisco, Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Cleveland, OH Primary
Poster Board Number P69 / Presentation Number TP69
Administration of Tissue Plasminogen Activator: to Wait or not to Wait for
Screening Coagulation Tests? Impact on Door to Needle Time and Symptomatic
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Katie W Dahlberg, James Selph, Parth Thakker, Lauren C Dennis, USC Sch of Med,
Columbia, SC; Amanda Cotter, Palmetto Health, Columbia, SC; Souvik Sen, USC Sch
of Med, Columbia, SC
Poster Board Number P70 / Presentation Number TP70
Short-term Outcomes Among Patients With Delayed Arrival or Uncertain
Onset Who are not Treated With Iv Tpa Compared to Those With Guideline-based
Tpa Treatment
Khawja A Siddiqui, Ona Wu, Gregoire Boulouis, Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P71 / Presentation Number TP71
Prior Asymptomatic Parenchymal Hemorrhage Does Not Increase the Risk for
Intracranial Hemorrhage After Intravenous Thrombolysis
Mahmoud AbdelRazek, Ashkan Mowla, Nour Abdelhamid, Robert Sawyer, SUNY at
Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Poster Board Number P72 / Presentation Number TP72
The PRISMS Trial: Baseline Characteristics of the First 100 Subjects
Pooja Khatri, Univ of Cincinnati Academic Health Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Thomas Devlin,
Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Ctr, Chattanooga, TN; Biggya Sapkota, Erlanger
Medical Ctr, Chattanooga, TN; Pramod Sethi, Moses H Cone Memorial Hosp, Greensboro, NC; Jennifer Mejilla, OhioHealth Neurological Physicians, Columbus, OH; J Ivan
Lopez, Renown Health, Reno, NV; Edward C Jauch, Medical Univ of South Carolina,
Charleston, SC; Joseph Broderick, Univ of Cincinnati Academic Health Ctr, Cincinnati,
OH; Anjan Chatterjee, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Steven Levine, SUNY
Downstate Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY; Jose G Romano, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of
Med, Miami, FL; Jeffrey I Saver, Geffen Sch of Med at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Sharon
Yeatts, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Yunming Mu, Genentech,
San Francisco, CA; Darren Tayama, Genentech, San Fransisco, CA; the PRISMS
Collaborators
Poster Board Number P73 / Presentation Number TP73
Lower Prehospital Blood Pressure Is Not Associated with Larger Infarct
Volumes in Non-lacunar Ischemic Stroke Patients
Rahel T Zewude, Laura C Gioia, Mahesh Kate, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada;
Kim Liss, Alberta Health Services, Edmonton, AB, Canada; Brian Rowe, Ken Butcher,
Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P74 / Presentation Number TP74
Early Administration of Tissue-plasminogen Activator Improves the Long-term
Clinical Outcome at 5 Years After Onset
Junya Aoki, Kazumi Kimura, Yuki Sakamoto, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P75 / Presentation Number TP75
Safety and Outcome of Thrombolysis in Acute Stroke with Prolonged Onsetto-Treatment Times and Low National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Scores
Report on Experience in China, First 1000 Patients of 3300 Treated
Pei-Lan Zhang, Jin-Huan Wang, Yu-Xin Wang, Yan Chen, Chen-Hao Zhang, Chen-Hua
Li, Zhong Dong, Jing Liang, Zuo Wang, Tianjin Huanhu Hosp, Tianjin, China; Patrick J
Oliverio, Edward D Greenberg, Nilesh Vyas, Inova Fairfax Hosp, Fairfax, VA; Lewis B
Eberly, Inova Alexandria Hosp, Alexandria, VA; John W Cochran, Inova Fairfax Hosp,
Fairfax, VA Primary
Poster Board Number P76 / Presentation Number TP76
Role of Surgery in Patients With Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis With Visual
Impairment
Girish Baburao Kulkarni, Manjunath Sanehalli, Subasri Ramakrishna, Veerendrakumar
Mustare, Natl Inst of MentalHealth and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore, India
Poster Board Number P77 / Presentation Number TP77
Race/Ethnic Disparity Trends in tPA Administration in the United States
Michelle P Lin, Steven Cen, Amytis Towfighi, May Kim-Tenser, William Mack, Nerses
Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P78 / Presentation Number TP78
When Non-revascularized Transfer Patients Come A-Knocking at a
Stroke Center
Kara A Sands, Karen C Albright, John P Donnelly, Benjamin A Jones, Manmeet Kaur,
April Sisson, Harn Shiue, Michael Lyerly, Toby Gropen, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P79 / Presentation Number TP79
Patient Refusal and Informed Consent-related Delays for Stroke Thrombolysis
in Chicago
Scott J Mendelson, Northwestern Univ Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Neelum
T Aggarwal, Rush Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL; Kathleen A O’Neill, American Heart
Association, Chicago, IL; Chris Richards, Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ
Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL
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Poster Board Number P80 / Presentation Number TP80
Pre-mixing tPA: Moving Past Gestalt
Kathryn McCarthy, Lisa M Caputo, Michelle Whaley, Christopher V Fanale, David
Bar-Or, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO
Poster Board Number P81 / Presentation Number TP81
Faster Start of IV tPA Does not Decrease the Need for Endovascular
Thrombectomy in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Arun Chhabra, Kristina Shkirkova, Rodel Alfonso, Manuel Buitrago Blanco, Paul Vespa,
Sidney Starkman, Bryan Yoo, Reza Jahan, Viktor Szeder, Doojin Kim, Latisha Ali, Neal
Rao, Jason Hinman, David Liebeskind, Jeffrey Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P82 / Presentation Number TP82
High Rate of Recanalization and Attenuated Poor Outcome After Intravenous
Thrombolysis in “Top-of-the-basilar” Syndrome
Shenqiang Yan, Xiaocheng Zhang, Quan Han, Min Lou, the 2nd Affiliated Hosp of
Zhejiang Univ, Sch of Med, Hangzhou, China
Poster Board Number P83 / Presentation Number TP83
Sulfonylurea Pretreatment Does Not Impact Acute Ischemic Stroke Outcomes
Following Intravenous Thrombolysis
Georgios Tsivgoulis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Nitin Goyal, Ramin Zand,
Shailesh Male, Sulaiman Iftikhar, Jason Chang, Lucas Elijovich, Anne W Alexandrov,
Marc D Malkoff, Andrei V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Sciences Ctr,
Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P84 / Presentation Number TP84
Predictors of Outcomes From Carotid Endarterectomy and Implications
of SAPPHIRE Risk Criteria for the 30 day MACCE Endpoint – a Prospective
Evaluation
Roland Richard Macharzina, Carolin Müller, Matthias Vogt, Univ Heart Ctr Freiburg
Bad Krozingen, Bad Krozingen, Germany; Steven R Messé, Dept of Neurology, Univ of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; Werner Vach, Ctr for Medical Biometry
and Medical Informatics, Univ of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany; Matthias Reinhard,
Dept of Neurology, Univ of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany; Thomas Winker, Univ Heart Ctr
Freiburg Bad Krozingen, Bad Krozingen, Germany; Andreas Hetzel, Univ of Freiburg,
Bad Krozingen, Germany; Franz-Josef Neumann, Matthias Siepe, Friedhelm Beyersdorf,
Thomas Zeller, Univ Heart Ctr Freiburg Bad Krozingen, Bad Krozingen, Germany
Poster Board Number P92 / Presentation Number TP92
Prevalence of Aortic Aneurysms in Patients With Intracranial Aneurysms:
A Retrospective Analysis
Allison C Lure, Boxiang Jiang, Christina Chee, Thomas K Tandy IV, Andrew M
Southerland, Bradford B Worrall, Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Poster Board Number P93 / Presentation Number TP93
Early Morphological Changes in Cerebral Arteries of Cerebral Aneurysm
Rupture Model Rats
Hidetsugu Maekawa, Takeshi Miyamoto, Keiko T Kitazato, Kenji Yagi, Yoshiteru Tada,
Kenji Shimada, Junichiro Satomi, Shinji Nagahiro, Tokushima Univ Graduate Sch,
Tokushima, Japan
Poster Board Number P94 / Presentation Number TP94
Effect of Flow Diversion on Large and Giant Aneurysms: an MRI-DSA
Correlation Follow-up Study
Seby John, Mark Bain, Muhammad S Hussain, Gabor Toth, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland,
OH Primary
Poster Board Number P95 / Presentation Number TP95
Hypothyroidism is Associated With Cerebral Aneurysms in Women
Kunakorn Atchaneeyasakul, Anita Tiperneni, Tony Zhang, Priyank Khandelwal, Brian
Snelling, Sushrut Dharmadhikari, Sudheer Ambekar, Luis Guada, Kevin Ramdas,
Dileep Yavagal, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL
Basic and Preclinical Neuroscience of Stroke Recovery Posters II
TP96 – TP114
Poster Board Number P96 / Presentation Number TP96
Functional Recovery and White Matter Repair After Exosomes Administration
in Different Experimental Animal Models of Stroke
Laura Otero Ortega, María Gutiérrez Fernández, Berta Rodríguez Frutos, Jaime
Ramos Cejudo, La Paz Univ Hosp, IdiPAZ, UAM, Madrid, Spain; Irene Lorenzo Llorente,
David Geffen Sch of Med, Los Ángeles, CA; Blanca Fuentes, Esperanza Medina, La
Paz Univ Hosp, IdiPAZ, UAM, Madrid, Spain; S Thomas Carmichael, David Geffen
Sch of Med, Los Ángeles, CA; Exuperio Díez Tejedor, La Paz Univ Hosp, IdiPAZ, UAM,
Madrid, Spain
Poster Board Number P85 / Presentation Number TP85
Impact of Periodontal Disease and -Bacteria on Intracranial Aneurysms
Shotaro Yoshioka, Tokushima Univ Graduate Sch, Tokushima, Japan
Poster Board Number P97 / Presentation Number TP97
Experimental Stroke During Aging: Docosahexaenoic Acid Therapy Provides
Robust Neuroprotection
Ludmila Belayev, Larissa Khoutorova, Louisiana State Univ, New Orleans, LA; Andre
Obenaus, Loma Linda Univ, Loma Linda, CA; Nicolas G Bazan, Louisiana State Univ,
New Orleans, LA
Poster Board Number P86 / Presentation Number TP86
Predicting Aneurysm Occlusion After Flow Diversion
Juan Cebral, Fernando Mut, BongJae Chung, George Mason Univ, Fairfax, VA;
Ramanathan Kadirvel, David Kallmes, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Carlos Bleise,
Esteban Scrivano, Pedro Lylyk, Insto Clinico ENERI, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Poster Board Number P98 / Presentation Number TP98
Moderate Physical Exercise Promotes Cognitive Recovery Following Focal
Cerebral Ischemia in Rats
Mehdi Youbi, Charles H Cohan, Holly M Stradecki, Eduard Tiozzo, Kunjan R Dave,
Clinton B Wright, Ralph L Sacco, Miguel A Perez-Pinzon, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P87 / Presentation Number TP87
Time and Risk Factor of Rebleeding After Coil Embolization of Ruptured
Cerebral Aneurysms
Hirotoshi Imamura, Shoichi Tani, Hidemitsu Adachi, Koichi Arimura, Takayuki Funatsu,
Mikiya Beppu, Nobuyuki Sakai, Kobe City Medical Ctr General Hosp, Kobe, Japan
Poster Board Number P99 / Presentation Number TP99
In vivo Tracking of Bone Marrow Stromal Cells Using 111 In-oxine Labeling
and SPECT Following Transplantation for Cerebral Infarct of Rats
Hisayasu Saito, Hokkaido Univ, Sapporo, Japan; Satoshi Kuroda, Univ of Toyama,
Toyama, Japan; Songji Zhao, Naoki Kubo, Yuji Kuge, Nagara Tamaki, Hideo Shichinohe,
Kiyohiro Houkin, Hokkaido Univ, Sapporo, Japan
Aneurysm Posters II
TP85 – TP95
Poster Board Number P88 / Presentation Number TP88
Phase I Experience of Safety of Eptifibatide in Select Patients With Elective
Cerebral Aneurysm Embolization
Jaskiran Brar, Mohammad Moussavi, Siddhart Mehta, Daniel Korya, Harina Chahal,
Joshua Daniel, Mena Samaan, Yong-Bum (Peter) Song, Mohammed Hussain, Jawad
Kirmani, JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P90 / Presentation Number TP90
A Pilot Study of the Mineralocorticoid Receptor Blocker Eplerenone in
Hypertensive Patients with Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysms
Junichiro Satomi, Yoshiteru Tada, Yasuhisa Kanematsu, Kazuyuki Kuwayama, Kenji
Yagi, Tomoya Kinouchi, Kohei Nakajima, Nobuhisa Matsushita, Masaaki Korai, Hideo
Mure, Keiko Kitazato, Shinji Nagahiro, Tokushima Univ Graduate Sch, Tokushima, Japan
Poster Board Number P91 / Presentation Number TP91
Vessel Wall Imaging Demonstrates Aneurysm Wall Enhancement in Unruptured
Posterior Communicating Artery Aneurysms With Oculomotor Nerve Palsy
Feng Liang, Tiewei Qi, Fanying Li, Siqi Ou, The First Affiliated Hosp of Sun Yat-sen
Univ, Guangzhou, China; Aichi Chien, UCLA Radiological Sciences, Div of Interventional
Neuroradiology, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P100 / Presentation Number TP100
PGE2 EP1-4 Receptor Expression Levels After Intracerebral Hemorrhage in
Young, Aged, and EP1 Deficient Mice
Jenna L Leclerc, Andrew R Fadool, Chase Chambers, Sylvain Dore, Univ of Florida,
Gainesville, FL Primary
Poster Board Number P101 / Presentation Number TP101
CaMKII Reverts After Stem Cell Treatment in Ischemic Stroke
Bharath Chelluboina, Jeffrey D Klopfenstein, Dinesh Ramanathan, David M Pinson,
David Z Wang, Krishna Kumar Veeravalli, Univ of Illinois Coll of Med at Peoria, Peoria, IL
Poster Board Number P102 / Presentation Number TP102
Modulation of Neuroinflammation by Haptoglobin Reduces Oxidative Stress
and Improves ICH Outcomes
Jenna Leclerc, Alex Dang, Juan Santiago-Moreno, Sylvain Dore, Univ of Florida,
Gainesville, FL Primary
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Poster Board Number P103 / Presentation Number TP103
Activation of the Pi3k Pathway Plays Important Roles in Reduction of Cerebral
Infarction by Cilnidipine
Seong-Ho Koh, Jeong-Woo Son, Hojin Choi, Arum Yoo, Hyun-Hee Park, Young-Seo
Kim, Kyu-Yong Lee, Young Joo Lee, Hanyang Univ Coll of Med, Guri-si, Gyeonggi
Province, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P104 / Presentation Number TP104
A Novel in vitro Model of Cerebral Ischemia Using Patient-derived Induced
Pluripotent Stem Cells
Shyanne Page, Alli Munsell, Abraham Alahmad, Texas Tech Univ Health Science Ctr,
Amarillo, TX
Poster Board Number P105 / Presentation Number TP105
Short-Term Intraventricular Infusion of IGF-1 Following Stroke Decreases
Behavioral Phenotypes of Depression in a Rat Ischemic Stroke Model
Justin Samorajski, Farida Sohrabji, Texas A&M Health Science Ctr- Coll of Med,
Bryan, TX
Poster Board Number P106 / Presentation Number TP106
Acute Intravenous Multistem Infusion Restores Homeostasis of Immune and
Spleen Responses After Ischemic Stroke
Sean I Savitz, Bing Yang, Univ Texas Medical Sch Houston, Houston, TX; Jason
Hamilton, Novartis, Morris Plains, NJ; Annelies Bogaerts, ReGenesys, Heverlee,
Belgium; Robert Mays, Athersys, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P107 / Presentation Number TP107
Inhibition of Ras-related C3 Botulinum Toxin Substrate 1 (rac1) Signaling
Worsens Neurite Regeneration After Stroke
Lin Liu, Hui Yuan, Louise McCullough, Jun Li, UCHC, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P108 / Presentation Number TP108
Blood Occludin Level Indicates the Extent of Early Blood Brain Barrier Damage
in Ischemic Stroke
Rong Pan, Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Kewei Yu, Fudan Univ, Shanghai,
China; Theodore Weatherwax1, Handong Zheng, Yirong Yang, Univ of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM; Wenlan Liu, Shenzhen Univ 1st Affiliated Hosp, Shenzhen, China;
Ke Jian Liu, Univ of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Poster Board Number P109 / Presentation Number TP109
Quantitative Gait Analysis Demonstrates Significant Changes in Motor Function
Post-ischemic Stroke and Simulated Intraparenchymal Therapeutic Delivery in
a Porcine Model
Erin E Kaiser, Kylee J Duberstein, Simon R Platt, Vivian W Lau, Trinh Nguyen, Emily W
Baker, Harrison E Grace, Elizabeth W Howerth, Shannon P Holmes, Univ of Georgia,
Athens, GA; Liya Wang, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Steve L Stice, Univ of Georgia,
Athens, GA; Hui Mao, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Franklin D West, Univ of Georgia,
Athens, GA
Poster Board Number P110 / Presentation Number TP110
Polymerase δ-Interacting Protein 2 Regulates Astrocyte Activation in
Ischemic Stroke
Marina S Hernandes, Bernard Lassègue, Manuel Yepes, Kathy Griendling, Emory Univ,
Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P111 / Presentation Number TP111
Haptoglobin Improves Intracerebral Hemorrhage Outcomes by Modulating
Angiogenic Responses
Jenna Leclerc, Tina Esfandiary, Sylvain Dore, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL Primary
Poster Board Number P112 / Presentation Number TP112
Role of Renexin, a Mixed Compound of Ginkgo Biloba Extract and Cilostazol,
for Synaptic Plasticity in Hippocampus of Rat Model of Chronic Cerebral
Hypoperfusion
Yeon Soo Ha, Jin Sung Cheong, Hak-Seung Lee, Hyun-Young Park, Kwang Ho Cho,
Dept of Neurology, Wonkwang Univ Hosp and Jeonbuk Regional Cerebrovascular Ctr,
Iksan, Korea, Republic of; Min Sun Kim, Dept of Physiology, Wonkwang Univ Sch of
Med and Brain Res Inst at Wonkwang Univ, Iksan, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P113 / Presentation Number TP113
Beneficial Effect of Faster Cooling Elicited by Combination of TRPV1
Agonist (Dihydrocapsaicin) and Mild Physical Hypothermia in Ischemia/
Reperfusion Injury
Kaiyin Liu, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Jun Zhang, Yunxia Duan,
Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Murali Guthikonda, Wayne State
Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Xunming Ji, Xuanwu Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing,
China; Yuchuan Ding, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P114 / Presentation Number TP114
Modulation of Blood Accumulation and Angiogenic Responses by PGE2-EP3
Signaling After ICH in Aged Mice
Jenna L Leclerc, Andrew S Lampert, Sylvain Dore, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Primary
Cerebral Large Artery Disease Posters II
TP115 – TP139
Poster Board Number P115 / Presentation Number TP115
Carotid Endarterectomy in Young and Middle Aged Patients
Isibor J Arhuidese, Tammam Obeid, Besma Nejim, Kanhua Yin, Sophie Wang, Caitlin
Hicks, Mahmoud B Malas, Johns Hopkins Medical Insts, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P116 / Presentation Number TP116
Prevalence, Risk Factors and Healing Rates of Duplex Detected Carotid
Plaque Ulcers
Sushrut Dharmadhikari, Wayne State Univ, Detroit, MI; Ari Bennett, Nelly Campo,
Jose Romano, Sebastian Koch, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P117 / Presentation Number TP117
What Have We Learned From the Pre-operative Evaluation of Patients With
Moyamoya Disease?
Shashank V Gandhi, Amir R Dehdashti, Hofstra North Shore LIJ Sch of Med,
Manhasset, NY
Poster Board Number P118 / Presentation Number TP118
New Markers for Basilar Artery Atherosclerotic Plaque on Conventional
T2-weighted MR Imaging
Mi Ji Lee, Jihoon Cha, Jong-Won Chung, Sung Tae Kim, Oh Young Bang, Kwang Ho
Lee, Chin-Sang Chung, Gyeong-Moon Kim, Samsung Medical Ctr, Sungkyunkwan
Univ Sch of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P119 / Presentation Number TP119
Angiogenic Factor Profiling in Medical Treatment of Intracranial
Atherosclerosis (ICAS)
Nestor R Gonzalez, Raymond J Liou, Neal Rao, Jason D Hinman, Lucas Restrepo,
Latisha Ali, Mark J Connolly, Juan F Toscano, David S Liebeskind, Neil A Martin, Luisa
Iruela-Arispe, Jeffrey Saver, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P120 / Presentation Number TP120
IL-17a Correlates With Coated-Platelet Levels Among Patients With Carotid
Atherosclerosis
Angelia C Kirkpatrick, Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences Ctr, Oklahoma City, OK;
Andrea S Vincent, Univ of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; Leslie Guthery, Nhan Nguyen, Calin
I Prodan, George L Dale, Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences Ctr, Oklahoma City, OK
Poster Board Number P121 / Presentation Number TP121
Simulated Inanimate Model for Physical Learning Experience (SIMPLE) of
Carotid Endarterectomy Using a 3-D Printing Technology
Gabrielle Santangelo, Jonathan Stone, Doran Mix, Jennifer Park, Ahmed Ghazi,
Michael Richards, Michael Stoner, George E Vates, Univ of Rochester Sch of Med and
Dentistry, Rochester, NY
Poster Board Number P122 / Presentation Number TP122
Correlation Between Collateral Circulations, Cerebral Metabolisms and
Posterior Cerebral Artery Stenoses or Occlusions in Moyamoya Disease
Seiichiro Eguchi, Jyoji Nakagawara, Sei Sugata, Daisuke Maruyama, Eika Hamano,
Yoji Orita, Tetsu Satow, Hiroharu Kataoka, Jun Takahashi, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number P123 / Presentation Number TP123
RNF213 Polymorphisms as a Susceptible Gene for Intracranial Atherosclerosis:
A High-Resolution MRI and Conventional Angiography Study
Jong-Won Chung, Jaechun Hwang, Mi Ji Lee, Hanna Choi, Jihoon Cha, Pyeong Jeon,
Je Young Yeon, Jong-Soo Kim, Seung Chyul Hong, Chang-Seok Ki, Gyeong-Moon
Kim, Chin-Sang Chung, Kwang Ho Lee, Oh Young Bang, Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P124 / Presentation Number TP124
Tapered Stent Geometry Provides Strong Hemodynamic Effect After Carotid
Stenting
Paola De Rango, Laura Cacioppa, Enrico Cieri, Giacomo Isernia, Gioele Simonte,
Massimo Lenti, Luca Farchioni, Fabio Verzini, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery,
Perugia, Italy
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Poster Board Number P125 / Presentation Number TP125
Intracranial Stenosis Subtypes in Patients Aged 45 Years or Younger
Wei-Hai Xu, Yu-Yuan Xu, Ming-Li Li, Zheng-Yu Jin, Zhao-Yong Sun, Bo Hou, Hai-Long
Zhou, Feng Feng, Shan Gao, Peking Union Medical Coll Hosp, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P126 / Presentation Number TP126
Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring in Carotid Endarterectomy: An
Analysis of the Nationwide Inpatient Sample
Kavelin Rumalla, Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas City, MO; Aditya
Singh, Manoj K Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P127 / Presentation Number TP127
Prevalence and Clinical Significance of Asymptomatic Extracranial Vertebral
Artery Disease in Patients With Symptomatic Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis:
Analysis of Stent-protected Angioplasty versus Carotid Endarterectomy
(SPACE) Trial
Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Saqib A Chaudhry,
Michigan State Univ, East Lancing, MI; Peter A Ringleb, Heidelberg Univ Hosp,
Heidelberg, Germany
Poster Board Number P129 / Presentation Number TP129
Aging is Associated with Vulnerability of Carotid Plaques in Patients With
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Keitaro Yamagami, Morio Takasaki, Takamasa Kinoshita, Taku Hongo, Tetsuo Hashiba,
Eiji Miyahara, Keiichi Yamada, Yasuhiro Fujimoto, Kansai Electric Power Hosp, Osaka,
Japan
Poster Board Number P130 / Presentation Number TP130
Safety and Efficacy of Vertebral Artery Stenting for Chronic Vertebrobasilar
Insufficiency
Sudharshan Parthasarathy, Ursula Kelly-Tolley, Minimially Invasive Surgical Solutions,
San Jose, CA; Harmeet S Sachdev, Good Samaritan Hosp, San Jose, CA; Raul
Guisado, Regional Medical Ctr, San Jose, CA; Arash M Padidar, Reza Malek, Minimially
Invasive Surgical Solutions, San Jose, CA
Poster Board Number P131 / Presentation Number TP131
Degree of Stenosis by Angiography Does not Influence Risk of Endarterectomy
or Stenting in Patients With Severe Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis
Gary S Roubin, Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast, Birmingham, AL;
Brajesh K Lal, Univ of Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Jenifer H Voeks, Medical
Univ of South Carolina, Birmingham, AL; Donald V Heck, Novant Health Forsyth
Medical Ctr, W, NC; William H Brooks, Baptist Health Lexington, Lexington, KY;
Hormozd Bozorgchami, Oregon Health and Science Univ, Portland, OR; Thomas G
Brott, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL; for the CREST Investigators
Poster Board Number P132 / Presentation Number TP132
The Clinical Role of Microembolic Signals in Adult Moyamoya Disease
Chiman Jeon, Kyung-Il Jo, Seung-Chyul Hong, Jong-Soo Kim, Samsung Medical Ctr,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P133 / Presentation Number TP133
Should Early Identification of Stroke Patients be Focused on Stroke Mimics
or Chameleons? A Retrospective Study on the Hospital Stroke Chameleon
Prevalence
Pitcha Chompoopong, Faculty of Med, Chulalongkorn Univ, Bangkok, Thailand; Nassir
Rostambeigi, Hennepin County Medical Ctr, Minneapolis, MN; Kassar Darine, Alberto
Maud, Paisith Piriyawat, Salvador Cruz-Flores, Gustavo Jose Rodriguez, Texas Tech
Univ Health Sciences Ctr, El Paso, TX
Poster Board Number P134 / Presentation Number TP134
Genome Wide Association Studies in Han Chinese Populations Identify Novel
Susceptibility Loci for Specific Ischemic Stroke Subtypes
Tai-Ming Ko, Inst of Biomedical Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan; Tsong-Hai
Lee Lee, Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Linkou Medical Ctr, Taoyuan, Taiwan; ChienHsiun Chen, Yuan-Tsong Chen, Jer-Yuarn Wu, Inst of Biomedical Sciences, Academia
Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
Poster Board Number P137 / Presentation Number TP137
The Association Between MRI-detected Carotid Vulnerable Plaque and
Coronary Artery Stenosis
Manabu Nagata, Kazumichi Yoshida, Kazumichi Yoshida, Kyoto Univ, Kyoto, Japan;
Ryu Fukumitsu, Otsu Red Cross Hosp, Shiga, Japan; Yohei Takenobu, Takayuki
Kikuchi, Kyoto Univ, Kyoto, Japan; Akira Ishii, Kokura Memorial Hosp, Fukuoka,
Japan; Yasushi Takagi, Susumu Miyamoto, Kyoto Univ, Kyoto, Japan
Poster Board Number P138 / Presentation Number TP138
Carotid Endarterectomy for Complicated Carotid Artery Disease ~ Application
of Extracorporeal Circulation Technique
Yoshimasa Niiya, Masato Kawabori, Motoyuki Iwasaki, Shoji Mabuchi, Otaru
General Hosp, Otaru, Japan; Kiyohiro Houkin, Hokkaido Univ Graduate Sch of Med,
Sapporo, Japan
Poster Board Number P139 / Presentation Number TP139
Extracranial Carotid Occlusion: Incidence and Recanalisation Rates
Moi-Pin Lee, Hui-Yee Gan, Singapore General Hosp, Singapore, Singapore; Deidre A
De Silva, Hui-Meng Chang, Natl Neuroscience Inst (Singapore General Hosp Campus),
Singapore, Singapore
Clinical Rehabilitation and Recovery Posters II
TP140 – TP157
Poster Board Number P140 / Presentation Number TP140
Recurrence and Outcomes in Patients Who Experience a Mild Ischemic Stroke:
A Systematic Review
Michael Chan, Mogens Westergaard, AstraZeneca R&D, Cambridge, United Kingdom;
Andrew Mayhook, Steven R Inglis, Oxford PharmaGenesis, Oxford, United Kingdom;
Em Jennings, AstraZeneca R&D, Cambridge, United Kingdom; Saga Johansson,
AstraZeneca R&D, Mölndal, Sweden
Poster Board Number P141 / Presentation Number TP141
Navigation Services for Stroke Survivors and Caregivers Post-discharge
Julia B Richards, Natl Stroke Association, Centennial, CO; Amy Larson, Swedish
Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO; Jamie Charbonneau, Natl Stroke Association,
Centennial, CO
Poster Board Number P142 / Presentation Number TP142
Factors Influencing Post-stroke Discharge to Institutional Rehabilitation
Settings versus Home
Sarah Reeves, Jonggyu Baek, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Jeffrey Wing, Grand
Valley State Univ, Grand Rapids, MI; Lesli Skolarus, Lewis Morgenstern, Lynda Lisabeth,
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P143 / Presentation Number TP143
Effects of Aerobic Exercise Intensity on Novel Blood Biomarkers of
Neuroplasticity After Stroke
Dustyn Whitesel, Pierce Boyne, Daniel Carl, Jennifer Westover, Colleen Meyrose,
Johnny Wilkerson, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Jane C Khoury, Cincinnati
Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Myron Gerson, Kim Seroogy, Univ of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Kristal Hatter, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr,
Cincinnati, OH; Darcy Reisman, Univ of Delaware, Newark, DE; Brett Kissela, Kari
Dunning, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P144 / Presentation Number TP144
Intracortical Circuits Reveal Muscle- and Task-specific Dysfunction
Contributing to Weakness Following Stroke
Virginia L Little, Eric R Walker, Carolynn Patten, Malcom-Randall VA Medical Ctr,
Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number P145 / Presentation Number TP145
Cystatin C is a Strong Predictor of Short-term Functional Outcome After
Ischemic Stroke in Patients With Chronic Kidney Disease
Tae Jung Kim, Chi Kyung Kim, Yerim Kim, Han-Gil Jeong, Kiwoong Nam, Sang Joon
An, Sang-Bae Ko, Byung-Woo Yoon, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P136 / Presentation Number TP136
Four-dimensionally Guided Three-dimensional Color-doppler Ultrasonography
Quantifies Carotid Artery Stenoses With Equally High Reproducibility and
Accuracy Compared to Catheter Angiography
Roland Richard Macharzina, Sascha Kocher, Univ Heart Ctr Freiburg Bad Krozingen,
Bad Krozingen, Germany; Steven R Messé, Dept of Neurology, Univ of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA; Fabian Hoffmann, Thomas Rutkowski, Univ Heart Ctr Freiburg
Bad Krozingen, Bad Krozingen, Germany; Werner Vach, Univ of Freiburg, Freiburg,
Germany; Nian Fan, Björn Reuter, Franz-Josef Neumann, Thomas Zeller, Univ Heart
Ctr Freiburg Bad Krozingen, Bad Krozingen, Germany
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Poster Board Number P146 / Presentation Number TP146
Impaired Glucose Metabolism is Associated With Metabolic Inflexibility During
Submaximal Exercise in Chronic Stroke Survivors
Monica C Serra, Charlene E Hafer-Macko, Frederick M Ivey, Alice S Ryan, Univ of
Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P147 / Presentation Number TP147
Prior Stroke Predicts Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression in a
Multi-ethnic Cohort of Stroke Survivors
Emily Goldmann, Nina S Parikh, Bernadette Boden-Albala, New York Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P148 / Presentation Number TP148
The Montreal Assessment of Connected Speech Offers Good Psychometric
Properties to Monitor Ecological Language Recovery in Post-stroke Aphasia
Anna Zumbansen, McGill Univ, Montreal, QC, Canada; Joséphine Frachon, Dorothée
Quiquempois, Sylvie Hébert, Univ de Montréal, Montreal, QC, Canada; Alexander
Thiel, McGill Univ, Montreal, QC, Canada
Poster Board Number P149 / Presentation Number TP149
Utilization of a Robotic Exoskeleton to Provide Increased Mass Practice
for Gait Training and its Impact on Discharge Destination for Individuals With
Acute Stroke
Anthony Russo, Melissa A Perret, Kirk Endersby, Adam G Kesten, Marisa A King,
Kessler Inst for Rehabilitation, West Orange, NJ; Kathleen Chervin, Karen J Nolan,
Kessler Fndn, West Orange, NJ
Poster Board Number P150 / Presentation Number TP150
Incidence of Vascular Cognitive Impairment After the First-ever Stroke in
Korea: The KOSCO Study
Chung Kang, Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Min Kyun Sohn, Sch
of Med, Chungnam Natl Univ, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Deog Young Kim, Yonsei
Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Jongmin Lee, Konkuk Univ Sch of Med
and Konkuk Univ Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Sam-Gyu Lee, Chonnam Natl
Univ Medical Sch, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Yong-Il Shin, Pusan Natl Univ Sch
of Med, Pusan Natl Univ Yangsan Hosp, Busan, Korea, Republic of; Gyung-Jae Oh,
Wonkwang Univ Sch of Med, Iksan, Korea, Republic of; Yang-Soo Lee, Kyungpook
Natl Univ Sch of Med, Kyungpook Natl Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Min
Cheol Joo, Wonkwang Univ Sch of Med, Iksan, Korea, Republic of; Eun Young Han,
Jeju Natl Univ Hosp, Jeju Natl Univ, Sch of Med, Jeju, Korea, Republic of; Junhee
Han, Res and Statistical Support, Res Inst of Convergence for Biomedical Science
and Technology, Busan, Korea, Republic of; Won Hyuk Chang, Yun-Hee Kim, Ctr for
Prevention and Rehabilitation, Heart Vascular and Stroke Inst, Samsung Medical Ctr,
Sungkyunkwan Univ Sch of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P152 / Presentation Number TP152
Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers for the Prevention of Post-stroke Epilepsy
Richard V Scheer, Linda S Williams, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN;
Laura E Myers, Richard Roudebush VA Medical Ctr, Indianapolis, IN; Alan J Zillich,
Purdue Univ, West Lafayette, IN; Eric M Cheng, UCLA Sch of Med, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P154 / Presentation Number TP154
Recovery of Slow-5 Oscillations in a Longitudinal Study of Ischemic Stroke
Patients
Christian La, Veena Nair, Pouria Mossahebi, Julie Stamm, Rasmus Birn, Mary E
Meyerand, Vivek Prabhakaran, Univ of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number P155 / Presentation Number TP155
Robotic Retraining of Finger Movements After Stroke
Morgan L Ingemanson, Justin B Rowe, Vicky Chan, Steven C Cramer, David J
Reinkensmeyer, Univ of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA
Poster Board Number P156 / Presentation Number TP156
Robot-Guided Ankle and Knee Therapeutic Training Improves Motor Functions
in Stroke
Yunju Lee, Kai Chen, Richard L Harvey, Elliot J Roth, Li-Qun Zhang, Rehabilitation Inst
of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P157 / Presentation Number TP157
See, Imagine, Move – Upper Limb Action Therapy (SIMULATe): iPad-based
Mental and Physical Motor (re)Learning for Stroke Recovery
Sheree A McCormick, Paul S Holmes, Manchester Metropolitan Univ, Crewe,
United Kingdom
Community/Risk Factors Posters II
TP158 – TP210
Poster Board Number P158 / Presentation Number TP158
Haptoglobin Hp2 Variant Associates With an Increased Risk of Ischemic
Cardiovascular Death After First-ever Stroke
Petra Ijas, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Susanna Melkas, Jani Saksi,
Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Antti Jula, Natl Inst for Health and Welfare, Turku,
Finland; Matti Jauhiainen, Natl Inst for Health and Welfare, Helsinki, Finland; Tarja
Pohjasvaara, Univ of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; Markku Kaste, Helsinki Univ Central
Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Pekka J Karhunen, Univ of Tampere, Tampere, Finland; Perttu
Lindsberg, Helsinki Univ Central Hosp, Helsinki, Finland; Timo Erkinjuntti, Univ of
Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Poster Board Number P159 / Presentation Number TP159
Declines in Stroke-related Hospitalizations and In-Hospital Mortality Among
Male and Female California Residents, 2000-2013
Anura W Ratnasiri, California Dept of Health Care Services, Sacramento, CA;
Buddhika M Ratnasiri, Davis Senior High Sch, Davis, CA; Ralph DiLibero, California
Dept of Health Care Services, Sacramento, CA
Poster Board Number P160 / Presentation Number TP160
Degree of Functional Independence After an Ischemic Stroke Affects Quality of
Life Similarly in Men and Women
Stacie L Demel, Univ of Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jane Khoury,
Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Charles J Moomaw, Univ of
Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Heidi Sucharew, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp
Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Brett M Kissela, Pooja Khatri, Daniel
Woo, Matthew L Flaherty, Simona Ferioli, Jason Mackey, Felipe De Los Rios la Rosa,
Univ of Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA
Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Ope Adeoye, Dawn Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati Medical
Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P161 / Presentation Number TP161
Gastrointestinal Bowel Obstruction in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Incidence, Risk
Factors, and Outcomes
Kavelin Rumalla, Adithi Y Reddy, Vijay Letchuman, Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch
of Med, Kansas City, MO; Paul A Berger III, Manoj K Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical
Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P162 / Presentation Number TP162
Case Manager Guided Organized Post-stroke Care Aids in Achieving Risk
Factor Goals
Jessica Kepplinger, Kristian Barlinn, Uwe Helbig, Lars-Peder Pallesen, Timo
Siepmann, Heinz Reichmann, Volker Puetz, Ulf Bodechtel, Univ Hosp Dresden,
Dresden, Germany
Poster Board Number P163 / Presentation Number TP163
Exome Array Analysis of Ischemic Stroke in a South Swedish Population
Martin Söderholm, Peter Almgren, Lund Univ, Malmö/Lund, Sweden; Katarina Jood,
Tara Stanne, Maja Olsson, the Sahlgrenska Acad at Univ of Gothenburg, Gothenburg,
Sweden; Andrea Illinca, Gunnar Andsberg, Bo Norrving, Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden;
Gunnar Engström, Olle Melander, Lund Univ, Malmö/Lund, Sweden; Christina Jern,
the Sahlgrenska Acad at Univ of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden; Arne Lindgren,
Lund Univ, Lund, Sweden
Poster Board Number P164 / Presentation Number TP164
Incidence and Temporal Trends in In-hospital Stroke: a Preliminary Analysis
From the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Stroke Study
Brett M Kissela, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Jane C Khoury, Cincinnati Children’s Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Charles J Moomaw, Daniel
Woo, Matthew L Flaherty, Opeolu Adeoye, Pooja Khatri, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,
OH; Sharyl R Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Jason Mackey,
Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Felipe De Los Rios La Rosa, Simona Ferioli, Joseph P
Broderick, Dawn O Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P165 / Presentation Number TP165
Cardiac Screening Does not Improve One-year Mortality Among Patients With
Cerebrovascular Disease
Jason J Sico, Yale Univ Sch of Med/VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven,
CT; Fitsum Baye, Laura J Myers, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN; John
Concato, Yale Univ Sch of Med/VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven, CT;
Linda S Williams, Dawn M Bravata, Indiana Univ Sch of Med/Richard L Roudebush VA
Medical Ctr, Indianapolis, IN
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Poster Board Number P166 / Presentation Number TP166
A Population-based Study of the Incidence of Primary and Secondary Spinal
Cord Infarction
Mohammad Rauf Afzal, Morad Chugtai, Mushtaq H Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke
Inst, St Cloud, MN; M Fareed K Suri, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, Minneapolis, MN;
Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number P167 / Presentation Number TP167
Short-Term Exposures to Ambient Air Pollution and Risk of Recurrent
Ischemic Stroke
Jeffrey James Wing, Sara D Adar, Brisa N Sanchez, Lewis B Morgenstern, Melinda A
Smith, Lynda D Lisabeth, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P168 / Presentation Number TP168
Risk of Stroke and Hemorrhage in Patients Treated With Warfarin Versus
Dabigatran Requiring Surgery
Sudeepta Dandapat, Enrique C Leira, Harold P Adams Jr, Jeffrey C Miller, Mary S
Vaughan-Sarrazin, Univ of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Poster Board Number P169 / Presentation Number TP169
Temporal Trends and Outcomes of Acute Ischemic Stroke in Patients With
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
Urvish Patel, David M Simpson, Mandip S Dhamoon, Icahn Sch of Med at Mount
Sinai, New york, NY
Poster Board Number P171 / Presentation Number TP171
Cerebral Microbleeds and Cerebrovascular Reactivity in the General Population:
The Edan Study
Saloua Akoudad, Erasmus MC Univ Medical Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Edip Gurol,
Panagiotis Fotiadis, Hemorrhagic Stroke Res Group, Massachusetts General Hosp,
Boston, MA; Peter Koudstaal, Albert Hofman, Arfan Ikram, Erasmus MC Univ Medical
Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands; Steven Greenberg, Hemorrhagic Stroke Res Group,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Meike Vernooij, Erasmus MC Univ Medical
Ctr, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Poster Board Number P172 / Presentation Number TP172
Prediction of All-cause and Stroke Mortalities by Carotid Intima-media
Thickness in a General Population With a 13.7-year Follow-up: the Suita Study
Yoshihiro Kokubo, Makoto Watanabe, Aya Higashiyama, Takuya Watanabe, Yoshihiro
Miyamoto, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P173 / Presentation Number TP173
Delay In Presentation To The Hospital For Young Adults With Ischemic Stroke
Lester Y Leung, Tufts Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Louis R Caplan, Beth Israel Deaconess
Medical Ctr, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P174 / Presentation Number TP174
Incidence Rate of Transient Ischemic Attack and Subsequent Stroke Incidence
Rates: a Meta-analysis
Yoshihiro Kokubo, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Chisa Matsumoto,
Tokyo Medical Univ, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P175 / Presentation Number TP175
Intensification of Statin Treatment is Associated With Improved Mortality
Among Patients With TIA and Ischemic Stroke
Jason J Sico, Yale Univ Sch of Med/VA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven,
CT; Susan Ofner, Fitsum Baye, Indiana Sch of Med/Richard L Roudebush VA Medical
Ctr, Indianapolis, IN; John Concato, Yale Univ Sch of Med/VA Connecticut Healthcare
System, West Haven, CT; Alan J Zillich, Indiana Sch of Med/Richard L Roudebush
VA Medical Ctr, Indianapolis, CT; Mat Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing,
MI; Eric Cheng, David Geffen Sch of Med, Los Angeles, CA; Michael S Phipps, Univ
of Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Greg Arling, Indiana Sch of Med/Richard
L Roudebush VA Medical Ctr, Indianapolis, IN; Jason Johanning, Univ of Nebraska
Medical Ctr, Omaha, NE; Seemant Chaturvedi, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med,
Miami, FL; Linda S Williams, Dawn M Bravata, Indiana Sch of Med/Richard L
Roudebush VA Medical Ctr, Indianapolis, IN
Poster Board Number P176 / Presentation Number TP176
Stroke Recurrence Among South Asians With diabetes in Ontario, Canada
Mandip S Dhamoon, Icahn Sch of Med at Mount Sinai, New York, NY; Limei Zhou,
Melissa Stamplecoski, Inst for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Toronto, ON, Canada;
Moira K Kapral, Baiju R Shah, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P177 / Presentation Number TP177
Preoperative Functional Status and Type of Surgery Influences Postoperative
Stroke Risk: analysis from the Nationwide Surgical Quality Initiative Program
Benjamin R Kummer, Weill Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY; Rebecca Hazan,
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Hooman Kamel, Alexander E Merkler, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY; Joshua Z Willey, William Middlesworth, Columbia Univ
Coll of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY; Shadi Yaghi, Brown Alpert Sch of
Med, Providence, RI; Mitchell SV Elkind, Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ Coll of
Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P178 / Presentation Number TP178
Relationship Between Deprivation and Outcome for Stroke Patients: Data From
the UK National Stroke Registry
Emma Vestesson, Royal Coll of Physicians, London, United Kingdom; Benjamin Bray,
King’s Coll London, London, United Kingdom; Martin James, Royal Devon and Exeter
NHS Fndn Trust, Exeter, United Kingdom; Lizz Paley, Royal Coll of Physicians, London,
United Kingdom; Pippa Tyrrell, Univ of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom;
Geoffrey Cloud, St George’s NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom; Rachel Otago, Royal
Coll of Physicians, London, United Kingdom; Anthony Rudd, Guy’s and St Thomas
NHS Fndn Trust, London, United Kingdom; On behalf of the SSNAP Collaboration
Poster Board Number P179 / Presentation Number TP179
Ischemic Stroke Subtypes and Relationship With Migraine in the
Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study
XM Androulakis, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC; Wayne Rosamond, Eunsil Yim, Univ
of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; Lauren C Dennis, USC Sch of Med,
Columbia, SC; Rebecca Gottesman, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Ctr, Baltimore,
MD; Souvik Sen, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC
Poster Board Number P180 / Presentation Number TP180
Ankle-brachial Index and Recurrent Stroke Risk: a Meta-analysis
Thomas Liman, Ja Bin Hong, Christopher Leonards, Bob Siegerink, Matthias Endres,
Ctr for Stroke Res Berlin, Berlin, Germany Primary
Poster Board Number P181 / Presentation Number TP181
A Risk Score for All-Cause Readmissions Using Get With the Guidelines-Stroke
Data Elements
Kelle D Howard, Univ of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX; Nagarajan Natarajan, Univ of Texas
at Austin, Austin, TX; Anurekha Ramakarishnan, Kathlean Ponds, Wendy Layton,
Matthew Cowperthwaite, NeuroTexas Inst Res Fndn, St David’s Medical Ctr, Austin,
TX; Inderjit Dhillon, Univ of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Poster Board Number P182 / Presentation Number TP182
Risk of Acute Ischemic Stroke Increases During Severe Flares of Inflammatory
Bowel Disease
Benjamin R Kummer, Alexander E Merkler, Gino Gialdini, Hooman Kamel, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P183 / Presentation Number TP183
Race/ethnic Differences in Social Network Characteristics Among Stroke
Survivors
Emily Goldmann, Nina S Parikh, Lauren Southwick, Bernadette Boden-Albala,
New York Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P184 / Presentation Number TP184
Did Race Impact Risk Factor Control in the SAMMPRIS Trial?
Lidia B Yamada, Tanya N Turan, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC;
George A Cotsonis, Michael Lynn, Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA; Oscar Benavente, The Univ
of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Colin P Derdeyn, Washington Univ, Saint
Louis, MO; David Fiorella, SUNY at Buffalo Sch of Med, Stony Brook, NY; Bethany F
Lane, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Jean Montgomery, Emory Univ,
Atlanta, GA; Scott L Janis, NIH/ NINDS, Bethesda, MD; Marc I Chimowitz, Medical
Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; the SAMMPRIS Investigators
Poster Board Number P185 / Presentation Number TP185
Stroke Symptom Recognition is Associated With Everyday Linguistic Style and
not With Acculturation in Hispanic Americans
Laura L Froeschke, Elmhurst Coll, Elmhurst, IL; Nickola W Nelson, Mary Lagerwey,
Western Michigan Univ, Kalamazoo, MI; Evvy H Campbell, Wheaton Coll, Wheaton, IL
Poster Board Number P186 / Presentation Number TP186
Lack of Insurance is Associated with Increased Risk of Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Jennifer L Sevush-Garcy, Alexander E Merkler, Babak B Navi, Hooman Kamel, Weill
Cornell Medical Coll, 10065, NY
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Poster Board Number P188 / Presentation Number TP188
Black-White Differences in Susceptibility to Stroke Secondary to Abnormal
Sleep Duration
Oluwaseun Akinseye, Icahn Sch of Med at Mount Sinai, Queens Hosp Ctr, Queens, NY;
Stephen K Williams, Nwakile I Ojike, Azizi Seixas, Ferdinand Zizi, Girardin Jean-Louis,
NYU Sch of Med, NY, NY; Olugbenga G Ogedegbe, NYU Sch of Med, Queens, NY
Poster Board Number P189 / Presentation Number TP189
Hip Hop Stroke: Adapting a Facilitator-driven Evidence-based Multimedia
Program into a Scalable Digital-only Version
Ellyn Leighton-Herrmann, Mindy Hecht, Monique Hedmann, James Noble, Olajide
Williams, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P190 / Presentation Number TP190
Bone Mineral Density is Inversely Related to Cerebral Pulsatility Index in
Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Sang Won Han, Joong Hyun Park, Sanggye Paik Hosp, Inje Univ Coll of Med, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Jong Yun Lee, Natl Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Seong
Hwan Ahn, Chosun Univ Sch of Med, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Kyung-Yul Lee,
Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P191 / Presentation Number TP191
Sex Differences in Subsequent Ischemic Stroke After Transient Ischemic
Attack: Results From a Prospective Multicenter Study
Kota Mori, Toshiyuki Uehara, Tomoyuki Ohara, Mikito Hayakawa, Shoichiro Sato,
Rieko Suzuki, Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuo Minematsu, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Osaka, Japan; PROMISE-TIA study Investigators
Poster Board Number P192 / Presentation Number TP192
Ability of the Khorana Score to Predict Recurrent Thromboembolism in Cancer
Patients With Ischemic Stroke
Dylan Bobrow, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY; Mary Cushman,
Univ of Vermont, Colchester, VT; Hooman Kamel, Alexander E Merkler, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York, NY; Mitchell SV Elkind, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Lisa M
DeAngelis, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Ctr, New York, NY; Babak B Navi, Weill
Cornell Medical Coll, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P193 / Presentation Number TP193
Antihypertensive Therapy in Patients With Pre-morbid Hypertension Does not
Modify Short-term Outcome in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Janelle Cyprich, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ,
New York, NY; Alyana A Samai, Alexander George, Matthew T Ryan, Ramy El Khoury,
Sheryl Martin-Schild, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA
Poster Board Number P194 / Presentation Number TP194
Albuminuria Predicts Early Neurological Deterioration in Patients with Acute
Ischemic Stoke
Takuya Kanamaru, Satoshi Suda, Kanako Muraga, Seiji Okubo, Yoko Watanabe,
Syuichi Tsuruoka, Kazumi Kimura, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P195 / Presentation Number TP195
The Association of Body Mass Index With Post-stroke Mortality: a Systematic
Review
Doris YP Leung, Janet W Sit, Raina Ching, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong, Hong Kong
Poster Board Number P196 / Presentation Number TP196
Nocturnal Desaturation is a Possible Risk Factor for Wake-up Ischemic Strokes
Tae Jung Kim, Chi Kyung Kim, Yerim Kim, Han-Gil Jeong, Kiwoong Nam, Sang Joon
An, Sang-Bae Ko, Byung-Woo Yoon, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P197 / Presentation Number TP197
Dyslipidemia Should be Associated With an Increased Risk of Hypertension in
a Working-age Japanese Male Population
Yasuhiro Nishiyama, Nippon Medical Sch Musashi Kosugi Hosp, Kanagawa, Japan;
Toshiaki Otsuka, Masayuki Ueda, Kazumi Kimura, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P198 / Presentation Number TP198
Impacts of Periodontitis on Nonfatal Ischemic Stroke: Comparison With
Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus
Hyun-Duck Kim, Myung-Seop Shin, Yoo-Been Ahn, Seoul Natoinal Univ, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P199 / Presentation Number TP199
Pre-morbid Management of Atrial Fibrillation Does not Modify Short-term
Outcome in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Janelle Cyprich, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ,
New York, NY; Alyana A Samai, Alexander George, Matthew T Ryan, Ramy El Khoury,
Sheryl Martin-Schild, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA Primary
Poster Board Number P200 / Presentation Number TP200
Family History and Risk of Recurrent Stroke
Jun Yup Kim, Armed Forces Seoul Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Jong-Won Chung,
Samsung Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Beom Joon Kim, Moon-Ku Han,
Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of; Kyusik Kang, JongMoo Park, Eulji General Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Sang-Soon Park, Tai Hwan
Park, Seoul Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Yong-Jin Cho, Keun-Sik Hong,
Ilsan Paik Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Kyung Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ
Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Youngchai Ko, SooJoo Lee, Eulji Univ Hosp, Daejeon,
Korea, Republic of; Dae-Hyun Kim, Hyun-Wook Nah, Jae-Kwan Cha, Dong-A Univ
Hosp, Pusan, Korea, Republic of; Mi-Sun Oh, Kyung-Ho Yu, Byung-Chul Lee, Hallym
Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Anyang, Korea, Republic of; Myung Suk Jang, Seoul Natl
Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of; Ji Sung Lee, Asan Medical Ctr,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P201 / Presentation Number TP201
Diabetes and the Risk of Death and Stroke Recurrence Following Ischemic
Stroke
Erin L MacDougal, Jeffrey J Wing, William H Herman, Lewis B Morgenstern, Lynda D
Lisabeth, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P202 / Presentation Number TP202
Increased Pulse Pressure is Related to Higher Burden of Microvascular Brain
Damage in Ischemic Stroke Patients
Maria Cristina Zurru, Claudia Alonzo, Laura Brescacín, Natalia Balián, Maria Verónica
Baroni, Luis Camera, Edgardo Cristiano, Gabriel Waisman, Hosp Italiano de Buenos
Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Poster Board Number P203 / Presentation Number TP203
Dementia Treatment was Associated with Reduced Risk of Intacerebral
Hemorrhage
Eunji Yim, Padmini Sekar, Charles J Moomaw, Jennifer Osbourne, Univ of Cincinnati
Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl R Martini, Baylor Coll of Med, Houston, TX; Li
Xiong, Massachusetts General Hosp, Cambridge, MA; Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati
Coll of Med, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P204 / Presentation Number TP204
Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte Ratio Predicts Short-term Functional Outcome in
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Meyung Kug Kim, Yoon Suk Ha, Bong Goo Yoo, Kosin Univ Coll of Med, Busan, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P205 / Presentation Number TP205
Binge Drinking Habit can Increase Risk for Ischemic Stroke in Korean Men
Soo Joo Lee, Jae Guk Kim, Youngchai Ko, Eulji Univ Hosp, Deajon, Korea, Republic
of; Yong-Jin Cho, Keun-Sik Hong, Inje Univ Ilsan Paik Hosp, Goyang, Korea, Republic
of; Jong-Moo Park, Kyusik Kang, Eulji General Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Tai
Hwan Park, Sang-Soon Park, Seoul Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Kyung
Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Hosp Seoul, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Dae-Hyun Kim,
Jae Kwan Cha, Dong-A Univ Hosp, Busan, Korea, Republic of; Jun Lee, Yeungnam
Univ Medical Ctr, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Joon-Tae Kim, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp,
Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Ji Sung Lee, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Moon-Ku Han,
Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P206 / Presentation Number TP206
Clinical Predictors of Hemorrhagic Transformation in Non Lacunar
Ischemic Stroke
Maria Cristina Zurru, Claudia Alonzo, Laura Brescacín, Santiago Pigretti, Ariel Luzzi,
Bibiana Guido, Luis Camera, Edgardo Cristiano, Gabriel Waisman, Hosp Italiano de
Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Poster Board Number P207 / Presentation Number TP207
Pre-stroke Dementia is Associated With Poor Functional Outcome After Acute
Ischemic Stroke: The Fukuoka Stroke Registry
Yoshinobu Wakisaka, Ryu Matsuo, Junya Hata, Junya Kuroda, Tetsuro Ago, Masahiro
Kamouchi, Takanari Kitazono, Kyusyu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Fukuoka Stroke Registry
Investigators
Poster Board Number P208 / Presentation Number TP208
1,5-anhydro-d-glucitol as a Predictor of Cerebral Infarction in Patients With
Glycated Hemoglobin A1c-based Good Diabetes Control
Yuji Shiga, Yuhei Kanaya, Shinichi Takeshima, Yasunori Fujikawa, Kazuhiro Takamatsu,
Yutaka Shimoe, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan;
Masakazu Nishigaki, Graduate Sch of Med and Faculty of Med Kyoto Univ, Kyoto,
Kyoto, Japan; Taisei Ota, Masaru Kuriyama, Brain Attack Ctr Ota Memorial Hosp,
Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan
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Poster Board Number P209 / Presentation Number TP209
Decreased Heart Rate Variability in Patients With Minor Stroke
Sungwook Yu, YooHwan Kim, Kyung-Hee Cho, Byung-Jo Kim, Korea Univ Coll of Med,
Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P210 / Presentation Number TP210
The Genetic Polymorphisms in Oxidative Stress Genes, Superoxide Dismutase
and Glutathione Peroxidase, Correlated With Ischemic Stroke
Binod Kumar Yadav, Res Inst of Clinical Med of Chonbuk Natl Univ-Biomedical Res
Inst of Chonbuk Natl Univ Hosp and Maharajgunj Medical Campus, Inst of Med,
Tribhuvan Univ, Jeonju, Korea, Republic of; Renu Yadav, Clinical Trial Ctr & Clinical
Trial Ctr for Functional Foods, Chonbuk Natl Univ Hosp & Medical Sch, Jeonju, Korea,
Republic of; Byoung-Soo Shin, Chonbuk Natl Univ Medical Sch and Hosp, Jeonju,
Korea, Republic of
Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology Posters II
TP211 – TP234
Poster Board Number P211 / Presentation Number TP211
Pediatric Age, but Not Treatment and Imaging Findings, Impacts Outcome in
Contrast Induced Encephalopathy
Nazli Janjua, Asia Pacific Comprehensive Stroke Inst, Pomona, CA; Alimohammed
Moalem, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Kessarin Panichpisal, Asia
Pacific Comprehensive Stroke Inst, Pomona, CA; Karen Tse-Chang, Kimberly Jones,
Debbie Keasler, Bhupat Desai, Pomona Valley Hosp Medical Ctr, Pomona, CA
Poster Board Number P212 / Presentation Number TP212
Have Clinicians Adopted the Use of Brain MRI for Patients With TIA and Minor
Stroke?
Seemant Chaturvedi, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Susan Ofner,
Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Fitsum Baye, Indianapolis VA Medical Ctr, Indianapolis,
IN; Mike Phipps, Univ of Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Jason Sico, Yale Univ
Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Teresa Damush, Edward Miech, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis, IN; Mat Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Jason Johanning, Omaha
VA Hosp, Omaha, NE; Linda S Williams, Roudebush VA Hosp, Indianapolis, IN; Dawn
Bravata, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN
Poster Board Number P213 / Presentation Number TP213
Accuracy of Transcranial Color-coded Sonography for the Detection
and Measurement of Intracranial Arterial Stenosis When Compared to
CT Angiography in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke and Transient
Ischemic Attack
Letícia J Rocha, Univ of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto Medical Sch, São Paulo, Brazil;
Maria Clara Z Zotin, Renata S Santos, Milena C Libardi, Rui Kleber V Martins Filho,
Clara M Barreira, Millene R Camilo, Frederico F Alessio-Alves, Francisco A Dias, Pedro
T Cougo-Pinto, Daniel G Abud, Octávio M Pontes-Neto, Univ of São Paulo, Ribeirão
Preto Medical Sch, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
Poster Board Number P214 / Presentation Number TP214
Serum Activity of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 2 is Decreased During
Ischemic Stroke in Humans
Douglas M Bennion, Christian A Rosado, Emily A Haltigan, Colin Sumners, Michael F
Waters, Univ of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number P215 / Presentation Number TP215
Atrial Fibrillation and Flutter as a Cause of Stroke in an Unspecific Stroke
Population Stroke Subtypes in the Findaf Randomised Study
Anna Messerschmid, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany; Peter U Heuschmann,
Univ of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany; Nico Behnke, Anna Schulte, Falko Jürries,
Jan Liman, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany; Gerhard F Hamann, Bezirkskrankenhaus Günzburg, Günzburg, Germany; Pawel Kermer, Krankenhaus Sanderbusch,
Sande, Germany; Götz Gelbrich, Univ of Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany; Mark WeberKrüger, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany; Klaus Gröschel, Univ of Mainz,
Mainz, Germany; Rolf Wachter, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany
Poster Board Number P216 / Presentation Number TP216
Atrial Fibrillation Detection in Patients With an Implantable Loop Recorder After
Acute Embolic Stroke of Unknown Source (ESUS)
Alkisti Kitsiou, Malik Kalyani, Lucy Ekosso Ejangue, Christoph Hagemeister, Johannes
Manegold, Carsten Israel, Wolf-Ruediger Schäbitz, Protestant Hosp Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany
Poster Board Number P217 / Presentation Number TP217
Different Features of Anterior and Posterior Circulation Dissections
Jun Lee, Min-Gyeong Kim, Jung-Im Gwon, Yeungnam Univ Medical Ctr, Daegu, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P218 / Presentation Number TP218
Transoesophageal Echocardiography in the Diagnostic Work-up of Patients
With Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source: A Necessary Investigation That
Should Not Be Overlooked
Georgios Tsivgoulis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Aristeidis H Katsanos, Sch of
Med, Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; Rohini Bhole, Univ of Tennessee Health
Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Alexandra Frogoudaki, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece;
Sotirios Giannopoulos, Sch of Med, Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; Nitin Goyal,
Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN; Agathi-Rosa Vrettou, Ignatios
Ikonomidis, Ioannis Paraskevaidis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Konstantinos
Pappas, Sch of Med, Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; John Parissis, Univ of
Athens, Athens, Greece; Athanassios P Kyritsis, Sch of Med, Univ of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece; Anne W Alexandrov, Marc D Malkoff, Univ of Tennessee Health Science
Ctr, Memphis, TN; Konstantinos Voumvourakis, Univ of Athens, Athens, Greece; Andrei
V Alexandrov, Univ of Tennessee Health Science Ctr, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number P219 / Presentation Number TP219
Eight-minute Whole-brain Intracranial Vessel Wall MRI at 3 Tesla: Toward a
Practical Imaging Protocol for Diagnosis of Stroke Etiology
Zhaoyang Fan, Qi Yang, Shlee Song, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA;
Xiuhai Guo, Xuanwu Hosp, Beijing, China; Zixin Deng, Ayesha Sherzai, Cedars-Sinai
Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Xiaoming Bi, Siemens Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA;
Dean Sherzai, Debiao Li, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P220 / Presentation Number TP220
Neutrophil Gelatinase-associated Lipocalin in Patients With Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Ji Hwa Kim, Gangnam Severance Hosp, Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Sang Won Han, Sanggye Paik Hosp, Inje Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of; Seong Hwan Ahn, Chosun Univ Sch of Med, Gwangju, Korea, Republic
of; Kyung-Yul Lee, Gangnam Severance Hosp, Yonsei Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea,
Republic of
Poster Board Number P221 / Presentation Number TP221
A Novel Ultrasound Probe Attached to the Cervix Can Precisely Detect Large
Patent Foramen Ovale
Hidetaka Mitsumura, Ayumi Arai, Kenichi Sakuta, Kenichiro Sakai, Yuka Terasawa,
Jun Kubota, Yasuyuki Iguchi, The Jikei Univ Sch of Med, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P222 / Presentation Number TP222
Frequency of Intracranial Arterial Imaging and its Yield in Consecutive Patients
with Non-lacunar Cryptogenic Ischemic Stroke: ESUS Global Registry
Kanjana S Perera, Balakumar Swaminathan, Jackie Bosch, Robert G Hart, McMaster
Univ, Population Health Res Inst, Hamilton, ON, Canada; on behalf of ESUS Global
Registry Investigators
Poster Board Number P223 / Presentation Number TP223
Mechanisms of Lateral Medullary Infarction Based on Combined MR Diffusion/
Perfusion Imaging Patterns
Younggun Lee, Ji Hwa Kim, Kyung-Yul Lee, Gangnam Severance Hosp, Yonsei Univ
Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P224 / Presentation Number TP224
CHA2DS2-VASc Scores Are Correlated With Left Atrial Enlargement in Patients
With Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation-related Stroke
Joong-Seok Kim, Tae-Won Kim, Jaseong Koo, The Catholic Univ of Korea, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P225 / Presentation Number TP225
The Central Nervous System Varicella Zoster Virus (CNS-VZV) Vasculopathy in
HIV Patients
Kessarin Panichpisal, Asia Pacific Comprehensive Stroke Inst, Pomona, CA; Nuttawan
Vongveeranonchai, Univ Hosp Case Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Nazli Janjua, Asia
Pacific Comprehensive Stroke Inst, Pomona, CA; Wassana Plengsombat, Bumrungrad Intl Hosp, Bangkok, Thailand; Kenneth Nugent, Texas Tech Health Sciences Ctr,
Lubbock, TX
Poster Board Number P226 / Presentation Number TP226
Vertebral Artery Dissection is More Common Than Carotid Artery Dissection
and More Difficult to Detect on Non-invasive Imaging
Mohammad O Nakawah, John Volpi, Houston Methodist, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P227 / Presentation Number TP227
Clinical and Radiological Features of Respiratory Dysfunction in Patients with
Medullary Infarction
Ken Ikeda, Masahiro Sawada, Harumi Morioka, Junpei Nagasawa, Ken Miura, Maya
Kyuzen, Sayori Hanashiro, Masaru Yanagihashi, Yuchi Ishikawa, Takehisa Hirayama,
Takanori Takazawa, Kiyokazu Kawabe, Testuhito Kiyozuka, Yasuo Iwasaki, Toho Univ
Omori Medical Ctr, Tokyo, Japan
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Poster Board Number P228 / Presentation Number TP228
TCD Preferred as the Screening Test for Right to Left Shunt in
Cryptogenic Stroke
Duy Le, Kaiser Fontana Medical Ctr, Fontana, CA; Konrad Schlick, Shlee Song, Brenda
Rinsky, Mani Nezhad, Patrick Lyden, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P230 / Presentation Number TP230
Small Vessel Infarction as a Late Complication of Cranial Irradiation
Yohei Takenobu, Kazumichi Yoshida, Yoshiki Arakawa, Yasushi Takagi, Susumu Miyamoto,
Kyoto Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Kyoto, Japan
Poster Board Number P231 / Presentation Number TP231
Echocardiographically Identified Left Atrial Enlargement is Associated With
Non-valvular Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation (PAF) and is a Surrogate for PAF
Associated Risk for Embolic Stroke
Adeniyi O Molajo, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P232 / Presentation Number TP232
Symptomatic Plaque with Low-grade Stenosis Which Retains Hyperintensity
After an Ischemic Event may Indicate a High Risk of a Subsequent Ipsilateral
Ischemic Event
Yoshitaka Kurosaki, Masanori Kinosada, Toshinari Kawasaki, Megumu Takata, Naoki
Matsumoto, Hitoshi Fukuda, Akira Handa, Masaki Chin, Sen Yamagata, Kurashiki
Central Hosp, Kurashiki, Japan
Poster Board Number P233 / Presentation Number TP233
Are Baseline Characteristics of Stroke Patients Included Into an Observational
Study Similar to Patients Included Into a Randomised Controlled Trial?
Anna Schulte, Falko Jürries, Anna Messerschmid, Nico Behnke, Jan Liman, Katrin
Wasser, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen, Germany; Klaus Gröschel, Univ of Mainz,
Mainz, Germany; Mark Weber-Krüger, Rolf Wachter, Univ of Goettingen, Göttingen,
Germany
Poster Board Number P234 / Presentation Number TP234
New Clinical Application of Measurement of Blood Viscosity With
an Electromagnetically Spinning Sphere Viscometer in Acute Ischemic
Stroke Patients
Takeo Abumiya, Hokkaido Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Sapporo, Japan; Koji Furukawa,
Hokkaido Univ Sch of Med, Sapporo, Japan; Keiji Sakai, Miki Hirano, Inst of Industrial
Science, the Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Toshiya Osanai, Hideo Shichinohe, Naoki
Nakayama, Ken Kazumata, Hokkaido Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Sapporo, Japan;
Toshimitsu Aida, Hokkaido Neurosurgery Memorial Hosp, Sapporo, Japan; Kiyohiro
Houkin, Hokkaido Univ Graduate Sch of Med, Sapporo, Japan
Emergency Care/Systems Posters II
TP235 – TP255
Poster Board Number P235 / Presentation Number TP235
Does a 24/7 Stroke Service Make a Difference in Hyperacute Stroke Care?
Early Experience of a Public Hospital in Bogota DC, Colombia
Javier Vicini-Parra, Jenny Ospina, Cristian Correa, Natalia Gomez, Stephania
Bohorquez, Lorena Arroyo, Luisa Echavarria, Jorge Ruiz, Adriana Casallas, Alejandra
Guerrero, Camilo A Espinosa-Jovel, Martha L Ramos-Romero, Andres Betancourt,
Gustavo Barrios, Daniel Hedmont, Fidel E Sobrino-Mejia, Hosp Occidente de Kennedy,
Bogota DC, Colombia
Poster Board Number P236 / Presentation Number TP236
Early Dispensing of Tpa After Patient Arrival is Associated With Faster Door to
Needle Time for Tpa Administration
Khawja A Siddiqui, Christopher D Anderson, Natalia Rost, Lee H Schwamm,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P237 / Presentation Number TP237
Uneven Distribution of Stroke Patients and Stroke Centers
Mark J Alberts, UT Southwestern Medical Ctr, Dallas, TX; Nimisha Bhakta, Texas Dept
of State Health Services, Austin, TX
Poster Board Number P238 / Presentation Number TP238
Evaluation of Transfer Delays for Emergent Stroke Patients From Regional
Centers to a Comprehensive Center
Michael T Froehler, Kiersten Espaillat, Vanderbilt Univ, Nashville, TN
Poster Board Number P240 / Presentation Number TP240
Missed Ischemic Stroke Diagnosis in the Emergency Department at an
Academic Center and Community Hospital
Allison E Arch, Yale-New Haven Hosp, New Haven, CT; David C Weisman, Abington
Hosp – Jefferson Health, Abington, PA; Steven Coca, Karin V Nystrom, Charles R Wira
III, Joseph L Schindler, Yale-New Haven Hosp, New Haven, CT
Poster Board Number P241 / Presentation Number TP241
High-yield Interventions Reduce Time to tPA in Ischemic Stroke
Benjamin Kozak, Vineeta Singh, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco,
CA; Sara Cole, Christine Martin, San Francisco General Hosp and Trauma Ctr, San
Francisco, CA; Christopher Mutch, Bhavya Rehani, Univ of California, San Francisco,
San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P242 / Presentation Number TP242
Optimization of In-hospital Workflow of Acute Stroke Patients
Katharina Schregel, Ioannis Tsogkas, Daniel Behme, Michael Knauth, Jose Hinz, Jan
Liman, Marios Nikos Psychogios, Univ Med Goettingen, Goettingen, Germany
Poster Board Number P243 / Presentation Number TP243
Emergency Transport of Stroke Patients in a Rural State: Opportunities for
Improvement in Arkansas
Aliza Brown, Nicolas Bianchi, Feifei Wei, Sanjeeva R Onteddu, Univ of Arkansas for
Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR; Appathurai Balamurugan, Arkansas Dept of Health,
Little Rock, AR; William C Culp, Univ of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
Poster Board Number P244 / Presentation Number TP244
A Successful Statewide Initiative to Designate Hospital as Remote Treatment
Stroke Centers
Shelley Nichols, Marcus Stroke & Neuroscience Ctr and Grady Memorial Hosp,
Atlanta, GA; Debbie Camp, Piedmont Newnan Hosp, Newnan, GA; McCord Smith,
St Mary’s Healthcare System, Athens, GA; Chris Threlkeld, Georgia Office of EMS &
Trauma Region 10, Athens, GA; James Lugtu, Kerrie Krompf, Georgia Coverdell Acute
Stroke Registry, Atlanta, GA; Doretha Peters, St Joseph’s Chandler Healthsystem,
Savannah, GA; Julie Long, Appling Healthcare System, Baxley, GA; Beth Watkins,
Good Samaritan, Greensboro, GA; David Briscoe, Natl EMS, Rockdale, GA; Joyce Reid,
Georgia Hosp Association, Atlanta, GA; Kay Johnson, American Heart Association,
Marietta, GA; Danita Kiser, Univ Hosp McDuffie, Thompson, GA; Nita Caudill, Georgia
Regents Medical Ctr, Augusta, GA; Michael Frankel, Marcus Stroke & Neuroscience
Ctr and Emory Univ, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P245 / Presentation Number TP245
Feasibility of Mobile, Wearable Telestroke Devices
Steven Warach, Dell Medical Sch Univ of Texas, Austin, TX; Ben T King, Kristen V
Chandler, Seton Healthcare Family, Austin, TX; Christopher Topel, Univ of Texas Health
Sciences Ctr San Antonio, Austin, TX; Irene A Tabas, UTHealth Sch of Public Health,
Austin, TX; Johanna L Morton, Seton Healthcare Family, Austin, TX; Truman J Milling,
Dell Medical Sch Univ of Texas, Austin, TX
Poster Board Number P247 / Presentation Number TP247
Results of the New York City Stroke Task Force Emergency Medical Services
Stroke Prenotification Survey
Kathryn F Kirchoff-Torres, Albert Einstein Coll of Med, Bronx, NY; Fabienne McClellan,
Univ of North Carolina Hosp, Chapel Hill, NC; Daniel L Labovitz, Albert Einstein Coll
of Med, Bronx, NY; Samantha A Johnson, The American Heart Association |
American Stroke Association, Robbinsville, NJ; Dana Leifer, Weill Cornell Medical Coll,
New York, NY
Poster Board Number P248 / Presentation Number TP248
Can the Door to Needle Time Metric Be Achieved via Telestroke?
Ganesh Asaithambi, Amy L Castle, Michael A Sperl, Jayashree Ravichandran, Aditi
Gupta, Bridget M Ho, Sandra K Hanson, John Nasseff Neuroscience Inst, St Paul, MN
Poster Board Number P249 / Presentation Number TP249
Predictors of Arrival by Ambulance Among Massachusetts Ischemic
Stroke Patients
Kori Sauser-Zachrison, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Thomas Land,
Thomas W Soare, Anita Christie, Laura Nasuti, Massachusetts Dept of Public Health,
Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P239 / Presentation Number TP239
Improving Door-To-Needle Time With Direct Pharmacy Ordering Process
Trevor Perry, Scripps Health System, Chula Vista, CA; John Gama, Scripps Health
System, San Diego, CA; Peter Jost, Juan Tovar, Scripps Health System, Chula Vista,
CA; Lindsay Olson-Mack, Scripps Health System, La Jolla, CA; Jean M Rockwell,
Scripps Health System, Chula Vista, CA
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Poster Board Number P250 / Presentation Number TP250
Defining Technical Quality Standards for Mobile Telestroke Assessment:
A Substudy of the Improving Treatment with Rapid Evaluation of Acute Stroke
via Mobile Telemedicine (iTREAT) Mobile Telestroke Platform
Jason M Lippman, Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; Zachary G Sutton, East
Carolina Univ, Greenville, VA; Timothy L McMurry, Brian Gunnell, Jack Cote, Nina
J Solenski, Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; Sherita Chapman Smith, Virginia
Commonwealth Univ, Richmond, VA; Bradford B Worrall, Andrew M Southerland,
Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Poster Board Number P251 / Presentation Number TP251
Onset-to-Door Times and Means of Transportation for Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients Attending a Public Hospital in Bogota DC, Colombia Is an Ambulance
the Fastest Way to Reach the Hospital?
Javier Vicini-Parra, Jenny Ospina, Cristian Correa, Natalia Gomez, Stephania
Bohorquez, Lorena Arroyo, Luisa Echavarria, Jorge Ruiz, Adriana Casallas, Camilo
A Espinosa-Jovel, Martha L Ramos-Romero, Andres Betancourt, Gustavo Barrios,
Daniel Hedmont, Fidel E Sobrino-Mejia, Hosp Occidente de Kennedy, Bogota DC,
Colombia
Poster Board Number P252 / Presentation Number TP252
Using Hospital Door-to-Needle Times to Individualize Hospital Bypass Times
in Order to Minimize Regional Onset-to-Needle Times
Jin-Moo Lee, Andria Ford, Washington Univ, St Louis, MO; Jo-Ann Burns,
Barnes-Jewish Hosp, St Louis, MO; Peter Panagos, Washington Univ, St Louis, MO
Poster Board Number P261 / Presentation Number TP261
Clot Integration Factor for <i>in-vitro</i> Quantification of Stent-retriever
Configuration Using Cone-beam CT
Kajo van der Marel, Olivia W Brooks, Robert M King, Ju-Yu Chueh, Miklos Marosfoi,
Erin Langan, Univ of Massachusetts Medical Sch, Worcester, MA; Sarena L Carniato,
Stryker Neurovascular, Fremont, CA; Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ Sch of Med,
Atlanta, GA; Ajay K Wakhloo, Matthew J Gounis, Ajit S Puri, Univ of Massachusetts
Medical Sch, Worcester, MA
Poster Board Number P262 / Presentation Number TP262
Computational Fluid Dynamics Characterization of Hemorheology in the
Lenticulostriate Arteries
Xiaofei Li, Bochu Wang, Peng Ren, Coll of Bioengineering, Chongqing Univ, Chongqing,
China Primary
Poster Board Number P263 / Presentation Number TP263
Whole Brain Screening of Cellular and Molecular Changes After Stroke
Markus Aswendt, Stanford Univ Sch of Med, Stanford, CA; Brian Hsueh, Stanford
Univ, Stanford, CA; Shunsuke Ishizaka, Guohua Sun, Michelle Cheng, Stanford Univ
Sch of Med, Stanford, CA; Karl Deisseroth, Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA; Gary K
Steinberg, Stanford Univ Sch of Med, Stanford, CA
Poster Board Number P264 / Presentation Number TP264
ST2 Signaling is Essential in Restricting Acute Ischemic Brain Injury
Yuanyuan Yang, Haiyue Zhang, Guohua Wang, Xiaoming Hu, Jun Chen, Univ of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P253 / Presentation Number TP253
Evaluating the Benefits of a Stroke Control Center Through a Power Analysis
Ahmad Umair Janjua, Mikayel Grigoryan, Mark Waterman, Carole Ehleben, Sakib
Qureshi, Atlanta Medical Ctr, Atlanta, GA Primary
Poster Board Number P254 / Presentation Number TP254
The Use of Prehospital Telemedicine to Aid in the Decision to Airlift Patients to
a Comprehensive Stroke Center From a Rural Area
Angel Brotons, Ivette Motola, Jose Romano, Sandra Schwemmer, Barry Issenberg,
Univ of Miami, MIami, FL
Poster Board Number P255 / Presentation Number TP255
The Emergency Department Dysphagia Screen is Associated With Lower Rates
of Pneumonia in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Jon W Schrock, MetroHealth Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH; Linda Lou, Case Western
Reserve Univ Sch of Med, Cleveland, OH
Experimental Mechanisms and Models Posters II TP256 – TP284
Poster Board Number P256 / Presentation Number TP256
Mouse Model of Uremic Cerebral Microbleeds
Wei Ling Lau, Mary Tarbiat-Boldaji, Hayley Smalls, Ane Nunes, Javad Savoj,
Nosratola D Vaziri, Mark Fisher, Univ of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA
Poster Board Number P257 / Presentation Number TP257
Apoptotic Erythrocytes Attenuate Macrophages Proinflammatory Phenotype in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Che-Feng Chang, Roslyn Taylor, Arthur Steinschneider, Youxi Ai, Lauren H Sansing,
Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
Poster Board Number P258 / Presentation Number TP258
Enoph1-ADI1-MT-MMP-1 Pathway Contributes to Ischemic Brain Microvascular
Endothelial Cell Apoptosis in vivo and in vitro
Yuan Zhang, Ting Wang, Yun Li, Peiyan Zhao, Jianlin Huang, Weiping Li, Wenlan Liu,
Shenzhen Second People’s Hosp, Shenzhen Univ 1st Affiliated Hosp, Shenzhen, China
Poster Board Number P259 / Presentation Number TP259
Surrogate MRI Signatures for Contrast Enhanced Imaging That Predict Acute
Blood-brain Barrier Damage in Ischemia-reperfusion
Tavarekere N Nagaraja, Kelly A Keenan, James R Ewing, Robert A Knight, Henry Ford
Hosp, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P260 / Presentation Number TP260
Efficacy of Laropiprant in Ameliorating Hyperglycemia-mediated Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Monique Mendes, Sherry Ali, Sylvain Dore, Abdullah Ahmad, Univ of Florida,
Gainesville, FL
Poster Board Number P265 / Presentation Number TP265
Metformin Stimulates Sirtuin1 Expression and Inhibits Ischemic Brain Damage
Eun-Hye Lee, Wenliang Zhong, Xiehua Xue, Suin Cho, Ye-Rim Kwon, Yi Zheng, Yujie
Qiu, Hyun Jung Jun, Chi-yeon Lim, Omer Suat Gozel, MGH/HMS, Charlestown, MA;
Won Cheol Choi, Dankook Univ, Yongin-si, Korea, Republic of; Jianhua Qiu, Boston
Children’s Hosp, Boston, MA; Seong-Ho Koh, Hanyang Univ, Seoul, MA; Hyung-Hwan
Kim, MGH/HMS, Charlestown, MA
Poster Board Number P266 / Presentation Number TP266
Infiltrated CD36+ Monocytes/Macrophages are the Main Phagocytes in Acute
Ischemic Stroke
Moon-Sook Woo, Cesar Beltran, Sunghee Cho, Burke-Cornell Medical Res Inst,
White Plains, NY
Poster Board Number P267 / Presentation Number TP267
Stroke Induced Respiratory Dysfunction: Effects of Age and Sex
Anthony Patrizz III, Yashasvee Munchi, UConn Health Ctr, Farmington, CT; Daniel
Mulkey, Univ of Connecicut, Storrs, CT; Louise McCullough, UConn Health Ctr,
Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P268 / Presentation Number TP268
Combination Therapy of Normobaric Oxygen With Hypothermia or
Ethanol Modulates Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex in Thromboembolic
Cerebral Ischemia
Alexa Thibodeau, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Lipeng Cai, Luhe Hosp,
Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Changya Peng, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med,
Detroit, MI; Xiaokun Geng, Luhe Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Vicki Diaz,
Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI; Xunming Ji, Xuanwu Hosp, Capital
Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Yuchuan Ding, Wayne State Univ Sch of Med, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number P269 / Presentation Number TP269
Therapeutic Application of an Angiotensin II Peptide Vaccine in a Middle
Cerebral Artery Occlusion Model in Rats
Kouji Wakayama, Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Munehisa Shimamura, Osaka Univ,
Osaka, Japan; Jun-ichi Suzuki, Univ of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Mitsuaki Isobe, Tokyo
Medical and Dental Univ, Tokyo, Japan; Hironori Nakagami, Ryuichi Morishita, Osaka
Univ, Osaka, Japan
Poster Board Number P270 / Presentation Number TP270
Ischemic Preconditioning-afforded Neuroprotection Against Ischemic Stroke is
Associated With Altered Peripheral Immune Responses
Zongjian Liu, China-America Inst of Neuroscience, Beijing Luhe Hosp, Capital
Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Chen chen, Mei Luo, Huishan Du, China-America Inst of
Neuroscience, Beijing, China; Xunming Ji, Inst of Hypoxia Med, Xuanwu Hosp, Beijing,
China; Xiaoming Hu, China-America Inst of Neuroscience, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P271 / Presentation Number TP271
Improvement of Cerebral Blood Flow With DS-1040 in a Rat Thromboembolic
Stroke Model
Kengo Noguchi, Naoko Edo, Yusuke Ito, Yoshiyuki Morishima, Kyoji Yamaguchi, Daiichi
Sankyo Co, Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
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Poster Board Number P272 / Presentation Number TP272
A Novel Designer Lipophilic Curcumin Analog Promotes Clinical Improvement Ii
Rabbit Models Of Spinal Cord Neurodegeneration and Ischemic Stroke
Paul A Lapchak, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr Dept Neurology & Neurosurgery, Los
Angeles, CA; Daisy Chou, Ali Khoynezhad, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P273 / Presentation Number TP273
Nuclear Receptor NR4A1-deficiency Leads to Worsened Functional Outcome,
Increased Inflammation but Inhibited Microglial Activation Following Cerebral
Ischemia in Mice
Jan-Kolja Strecker, Stefanie Hucke, Kai Diederich, Antje Schmidt, Luisa Klotz, Jens
Minnerup, Univ Of Münster, Muenster, Germany Primary
Poster Board Number P274 / Presentation Number TP274
Orosomucoid-1 Protein Increases Following Ischemic Stroke in the Brain
and Periphery
Hetal Mistry, Madeline Levy, Meaghan Roy-O’Reilly, Louise McCullough, Univ of
Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P275 / Presentation Number TP275
Effect of Transcranial Laser and Thrombolytic Combination Therapy on Clinical
Function and ATP Production in Small Clot Embolized Rabbits
Paul A Lapchak, Paul D Boitano, Cedars-Sinai Medical Ctr Dept Neurology, Los
Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P276 / Presentation Number TP276
Mild Short-term Hypertension Exacerbates Amyloid Pathology and
Microhemorrhages in Mouse Model of Amyloidosis
Vitaly Vasilevko, Kelley Kilday, Giselle F Passos, David H Cribbs, Inst for Memory
Impairments and Neurological Disorders, Irvine, CA Primary
Poster Board Number P277 / Presentation Number TP277
Diabetes Amplifies Vascular Injury and Worsens Ischemic Stroke Outcome in
Young Female Rats: Loss of Protection
John P Valenzuela, Weiguo Li, Yasir Abdul, Rebecca Ward, Sally El-Shafey, Xinyue
Guo, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA; Susan C Fagan, Univ of Georgia, Augusta,
GA; Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA Primary
Poster Board Number P278 / Presentation Number TP278
Complement Cascade Inhibition Abrogates tPA-mediated Hemorrhage and
Brain Edema Following Ischemic Stroke
Xue-Jun Zhao, Timothy M Larkin, Andrew F Ducruet, Univ of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P279 / Presentation Number TP279
Hyperglycemia Mediates Matrix Metalloprotease 3 Activation Through Tyrosine
Nitration After Stroke
Sherif Hafez, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA; Mohammed Abdelsaid, Georgia Regents
Univ, Augusta, GA; Susan Fagan, Univ of Georgia, Augusta, GA; Adviye Ergul, Georgia
Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P280 / Presentation Number TP280
Resveratrol Preconditioning Alters MicroRNA Expression Profiles to Induce
Neuroprotection Against Ischemic Stroke
Mary S Lopez, Raghu Veumganti, Univ of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI
Poster Board Number P281 / Presentation Number TP281
Increased Susceptibility to Excitotoxic Injury in Rat Hippocampal Slices
Exposed to Intermittent Hypoxia
Rekha Jagadapillai, Nicholas Mellen, Leroy R Sachleben Jr, Evelyne Gozal, Univ of
Louisville, Louisville, KY
Poster Board Number P282 / Presentation Number TP282
Eotaxin Shows a Sex-specific Association With Positive Ischemic Stroke
Outcomes and Post-stroke Peripheral Leukocyte Activation
Meaghan Roy-O’Reilly, Sarah Conway, Univ of Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington,
CT; Ilene Staff, Gilbert Fortunado, Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Madeline Levy, Louise
McCullough, Univ of Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P283 / Presentation Number TP283
Hemorrhagic Risk Assessment of DS-1040 in a Cerebral Ischemia/reperfusion
Model of Rats With Hypertension and Hyperglycemia
Naoko Edo, Kengo Noguchi, Yusuke Ito, Yoshiyuki Morishima, Kyoji Yamaguchi, Daiichi
Sankyo Co, Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Poster Board Number P284 / Presentation Number TP284
MRI-based Non-invasive Assessment of Early Brain Injury and CBF for
Functional Grading of Experimental Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in Mice
Kazumasu Sasaki, Development, Ageing and Cancer, Sendai, Japan; Kazuhiko
Nakamura, Res Inst for Brain and Blood Vessels-AKITA, Akita, Japan; Tomoko
Mutoh, Ryuta Kawashima, Development, Ageing and Cancer, Sendai, Japan; Tatsuya
Ishikawa, Res Inst for Brain and Blood Vessels-AKITA, Akita, Japan; Tatsushi Mutoh,
Development, Ageing and Cancer, Sendai, Japan
Health Services, Quality Improvement, and Patient-Centered Outcomes Posters II
TP285 – TP340
Poster Board Number P285 / Presentation Number TP285
Levers for Facilitating the Establishment of Stroke Systems of Care
Jacqueline Amoozegar, Stephanie M Teixeira-Poit, RTI Intl, Research Triangle Park,
NC; Joanna Elmi, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA; Devon
McGowan, Miriam Tardif-Douglin, RTI Intl, Research Triangle Park, NC; Alberta
Mirambeau, Jennifer Foltz, Sallyann King, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention,
Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P286 / Presentation Number TP286
A Literature Review of Cost-effectiveness of Intravenous Recombinant Tissue
Plasminogen Activator for Treating Acute Ischemic Stroke
Guijing Wang, Heesoo Joo, Mary G George, CDC, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P287 / Presentation Number TP287
Informed Consent for IV tPA in New York State Designated Stroke Centers:
A Current Snapshot
Michael I Weintraub, Phelps Memorial Hosp Ctr, Briarcliff Manor, NY; Anna D Colello,
New York State Dept of Health, Albany, NY; Samantha A Johnson, American Heart
Association | American Stroke Association, Robbinsville, NJ; Fabienne McClellan,
Univ of North Carolina Hosp, Chapel Hill, NC; Steven P Cole, Res Design Associates,
Yorktown Heights, NY; Curtis Benesch, Univ of Rochester Medical Ctr, Rochester, NY;
Steven H Rudolph, Maimonides Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY; Steven R Levine, SUNY
Downstate Medical Ctr, Brooklyn, NY
Poster Board Number P288 / Presentation Number TP288
Does Transferring Patients to Stroke Centers Increase Length of Stay
TC Cossey, Amanda L Jagolino, Shima Bozorgui, Farhaan S Vahidy, Tzu-Ching Wu,
Sean I Savitz, Univ of Texas Health Sciences Ctr, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P289 / Presentation Number TP289
Time to Neurologic Evaluation Predicts the 90-Day Outcome After
Ischemic Stroke
Yunis M Mayasi, Johana Helenius, Goddeau Richard Jr, Majaz Moonis, Nils Henninger,
Univ of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA
Poster Board Number P290 / Presentation Number TP290
Decreased Recognition of Minor Stroke Patients Leads to Longer Door-toNeedle Time
Sara K Rostanski, Olajide Williams, Joshua Stillman, Randolph S Marshall, Alexander
Merkler, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Shadi Yaghi, Brown Univ, Providence, RI;
Joshua Z Willey, Columbia Univ, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P291 / Presentation Number TP291
Outcomes of Intravenous Thrombolysis in Mild and Rapidly Resolving
Ischemic Stroke
Lindsey Frischmann, Lee Birnbaum, UT Health Science Ctr San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P292 / Presentation Number TP292
Telestroke vs Phone Consultation in Stroke Patients Eligible for Intra-Arterial
Therapy
Nicholas Osteraas, James Conners, Shawna Cutting, Sarah Song, Laurel Cherian,
Elizabeth Diebolt, Josh Bock, Vivien Lee, Rush Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number P293 / Presentation Number TP293
Radial Access for Neurovascular Procedures-Patient Preference and Outcomes
Sudhakar R Satti, Ansar Z Vance, Sohil Golwala, Neurointerventional Surgery,
Newark, DE
Poster Board Number P294 / Presentation Number TP294
Get With the Guidelines Award Winning Hospitals Are Associated With
Decreased Door to Needle Times in Michigan and Wisconsin
Syed I Ali, Aurora Healthcare, Burlington, WI; Lynn Mallas-Serdynski, American Heart
Association/American Stroke Association, Milwaukee, WI; Kathie Thomas, American
Heart Association/American Stroke Association, Grand Rapids, MI
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Poster Board Number P295 / Presentation Number TP295
Predictability of Stroke Symptoms in Acute Stroke
Maria J Bruzzone, Luka Vlahovic, Ramon Durazo, Sean Ruland, Loyola Univ Medical
Ctr, Maywood, IL
Poster Board Number P296 / Presentation Number TP296
Analytic Study of Neurology Residents’ Clinical Assessment of Potential Stroke
Patients Prior to MRI Results
Nour Abdelhamid, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX; Sandhya
Mehla, State Univ of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY; Salman Farooq, Medical Coll
of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI; Katelyn Kavak, Annemarie Crumlish, Marilou Ching,
State Univ of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
Poster Board Number P297 / Presentation Number TP297
Stroke Outcomes When Stroke is Treated by a Stroke Physician: A Prospective
Cohort Study
Daniel D Varma, Flinders Medical Ctr and Flinders Univ, Adelaide, Australia; Susan
Kim, Res Fellow (Biostatistician) Flinders Ctr for Epidemiology and Biostatistics |
Sch of Med Flinders Univ, Adelaide, Australia; Paul Hakendorf, Chris Horwood, Lata
Cheruvu, Owen Davies, Craig Whitehead, Celia S Chen, Andrew W Lee, Flinders
Medical Ctr and Flinders Univ, Adelaide, Australia
Poster Board Number P298 / Presentation Number TP298
Code Stroke Simulation Training Benefits Junior Neurology Residents
Linda C Wendell, Bradford B Thompson, Mahesh Jayaraman, Muhib Khan, David
Lindquist, Brian Silver, Karen L Furie, Rhode Island Hosp/Alpert Medical Sch of
Brown Univ, Providence, RI
Poster Board Number P299 / Presentation Number TP299
The Feasibility of the Aldrete-FAST Screening Tool to Detect Stroke in the Post
Cardiac Catheterization Setting: FAST-PC Study
Michelle C Johansen, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD; Bradford B Worrall, Andrew
M Southerland, Matthew A Hodges, Michael Ragosta III, Nina J Solenski, Univ of
Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Poster Board Number P300 / Presentation Number TP300
tPA Administration Affects Stroke Patient Disposition and Mortality
Kori Sauser-Zachrison, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Thomas Land,
Thomas W Soare, Anita Christie, Laura Nasuti, Massachusetts Dept of Public Health,
Boston, MA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P301 / Presentation Number TP301
Improving Stroke Door-to-Needle Time Through a Recognition Program
Whitney Kucey, Champlain Regional Stroke Network, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Isabelle
Martineau, Champlain Regional Stroke Network, The Ottawa Hosp, Ottawa, ON,
Canada; Dar Dowlatshahi, The Ottawa Hosp, Ottawa, ON, Canada; Grant Stotts,
Champlain Regional Stroke Network, The Ottawa Hosp, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P302 / Presentation Number TP302
COAST: Coordinating Options for Acute Stroke Therapy
Ilana Spokoyny, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto, CA; Kunal Agrawal, Univ of California, San
Diego, San Diego, CA; Stephanie M Kemp, Gregory W Albers, Stanford Univ, Palo Alto,
CA; L Scott Janis, Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD; Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia
Univ, New York, NY; Meighan Girgus, American Heart Association, Dallas, TX; Brett C
Meyer, Univ of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA
Poster Board Number P303 / Presentation Number TP303
Real-world Eligibility for Revascularization in Acute Stroke: A 12 Year Single
Center Statistics
Peter Vanacker, Dimitris Lambrou, Ashraf Eskandari, Patrik Michel, Ctr Hospier Univire
Vaudois, Lausanne, Switzerland
Poster Board Number P304 / Presentation Number TP304
Use, Time Delay and Outcomes of the Drip-and-Ship Thrombolysis Paradigm
for Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke
Jay Chol Choi, Jeju Natl Univ, Jeju-si, Korea, Republic of; Man-Seok Park, Chonnam
Natl Univ Hosp, Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Ji Sung Lee, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul,
Korea, Republic of; Tai Hwan Park, Seoul Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of;
Yong-Jin Cho, Keun-Sik Hong, Ilsan Paik Hosp, Inje Univ, Goyang, Korea, Republic
of; Jong-Moo Park, Kyusik Kang, Eulji Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Kyung
Bok Lee, Soonchunhyang Univ Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Soo-Joo Lee,
Youngchai Ko, Eulji Univ Hosp, Daejeon, Korea, Republic of; Jun Lee, Yeungnam
Univ Hosp, Daegu, Korea, Republic of; Kang-Ho Choi, Chonnam Natl Univ Hosp,
Gwangju, Korea, Republic of; Mi-Sun Oh, Kyung-Ho Yu, Byung-Chul Lee, Hallym
Univ Sacred Heart Hosp, Anyang, Korea, Republic of; Jae-Kwan Cha, Dae-Hyun Kim,
Dong-A Univ Coll of Med, Busan, Korea, Republic of; Juneyoung Lee, Korea Univ
Coll of Med, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; Dong-Eog Kim, Dongguk Univ Ilsan Hosp,
Goyang, Korea, Republic of; Beom Joon Kim, Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang
Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P305 / Presentation Number TP305
International Comparison of Patient Characteristics and Performance Measures
in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Analysis of the American Heart Association Get With
the Guidelines-Stroke Registry and China National Stroke Registry
Ying Xian, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Zixiao Li, Yilong Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp,
Beijing, China; Li Liang, Phillip J Schulte, Duke Univ, Durham, NC; Qihui Zhang,
Beijing Univ of Chinese Med, Beijing, China; Xingquan Zhao, Liping Liu, Chunxue
Wang, Chunjuan Wang, Hao Li, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China; Jeffrey L Saver,
Gregg C Fonarow, Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Deepak L Bhatt,
Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary,
AB, Canada; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Janet Prvu
Bettger P Bettger, Adrian F Hernandez, Eric P Peterson, Duke Univ, Durham, NC;
Yongjun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P306 / Presentation Number TP306
Characteristics and Outcomes Among Patients Transferred to Regional Stroke
Centers Across the United States for Specialized Stroke Care
Syed F Ali, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Gregg Fonarow, UCLA, LA, CA;
Eric Smith, Cumming Sch of Med, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Li Liang,
Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Robert Sutter, UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX; Ying
Xian, Eric Peterson, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Deepak Bhatt, Brigham and
Women’s Hosp Heart & Vascular Ctr, Boston, MA; Lee Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P307 / Presentation Number TP307
Promising Practices to Improve the Quality of Pre-Hospital Stroke Care
Transitions
Stephanie M Teixeira-Poit, Jacqueline Amoozegar, RTI Intl, Research Triangle Park,
NC; Joanna Elmi, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA; Megan
Chambard, Kyle Emery, Janice Tzeng, RTI Intl, Research Triangle Park, NC; Alberta
Mirambeau, Jennifer Foltz, Sallyann King, Ctrs for Disease Control and Prevention,
Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P308 / Presentation Number TP308
Annual Trends in Door to Needle Time in a Statewide Telestroke Program
Jessica A Hannah, Robert J Adams, Ellen Debenham, Christine A Holmstedt, Shelly D
Ozark, Tanya N Turan, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number P309 / Presentation Number TP309
The Role of Teleconsultation in Acute Stroke Trial Enrollment
Hazem Shoirah, Cynthia L Kenmuir, Alhamza R Al-Bayati, Amin Aghaebrahim, Maxim
D Hammer, Vivek K Reddy, Matthew T Starr, Lawrence R Wechsler, Tudor G Jovin,
Ashutosh P Jadhav, Univ of Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number P310 / Presentation Number TP310
Overcoming Barriers to Reduce Door to Needle Times in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients: Field to CT
Spozhmy Panezai, Florence Chukwuneke, Audrey Arango, Jaskiran Brar, Joshua
Daniel, Daniel Korya, Siddhart Mehta, Mohammad Moussavi, Jawad Kirmani, JFK
Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P311 / Presentation Number TP311
Multidisciplinary Stroke Simulation: Novel Team Based Approach to Decrease
Door-to-Needle Times
Christopher A Mutch, Zachary Threlkeld, Univ of California, San Francisco,
San Francisco, CA; Sara Cole, Christine Martin, San Francisco General Hosp and
Trauma Ctr, San Francisco, CA; Benjamin Kozak, Daniel L Cooke, Vineeta Singh,
Bhavya Rehani, Univ of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number P312 / Presentation Number TP312
Simulation Based Education for Neurology Nurses to Improve In-hospital
Stroke Emergency Performance
Rick Gill, Teresa Rasmussen, Ravi Garg, Jessica Ray, Matthew McCoyd, Sean Ruland,
Loyola Univ Medical Ctr, Maywood, IL
Poster Board Number P313 / Presentation Number TP313
Virtual Stroke Patient Simulation Training for Residents and Medical Students
Improves Knowledge, Skill Sets and Confidence in Acute Stroke Care
Shreyas Gangadhara, David Craig, William Scott Burgin, Clifton L Gooch, Andrea
Bozeman, Britany Telford, Michael Brannick, David Z Rose, Univ of South Florida,
Tampa, FL
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Poster Board Number P314 / Presentation Number TP314
Current Use of Strategies to Improve Door-to-Needle Times With Tissue
Plasminogen Activator in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Findings From the Target:
Stroke Phase II Survey
Ying Xian, Barbara Lytle, Jason Blevins, Adrian F Hernandez, Eric D Peterson, Duke
Univ, Durham, NC; Eric E Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jeffrey L Saver,
Univ of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Steven R Messe, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Mary Paulsen, Robert Suter, American Heart Association,
Dalls, TX; Mathew J Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Edward C Jauch,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA; Gregg C Fonarow, Univ of California, Los Angeles,
Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number P315 / Presentation Number TP315
Predictors of Thrombolysis Administration in Patients with Minor Stroke or
TIA in the Florida Puerto Rico Collaboration to Reduce Stroke Disparities
(FL-PR CReSD) Study
Negar Asdaghi, Jose G Romano, Kefeng Wang, Sebastian Koch, Maria A Ciliberti-Vargas, Chuanhui Dong, Hannah Gardener, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL;
David Z Rose, W Scott Burgin, Univ of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Salina P Waddy, Natl
Insts of Health/ Natl Inst of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Mary
Robichaux, American Heart Association, Marietta, GA; Carolina M Gutierrez, Univ
of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Michael F Waters, Univ of Florida Coll of Med,
Gainesville, FL; Ralph L Sacco, Tatjana Rundek, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med,
Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P316 / Presentation Number TP316
Appraising the Quality of Patient Care in Hospitalization for Transient
Ischemic Attack
Kavelin Rumalla, Adithi Y Reddy, Univ of Missouri – Kansas City Sch of Med, Kansas
City, MO; Ashna Rajan, Manoj K Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P317 / Presentation Number TP317
Enteral Tube Feeding in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients: a Multivariate
Predictive Analysis
Lais M Medeiros, Maíra M Honorato, Luiz Fernando R Oliveira, Maria Sheila G Rocha,
Hosp Santa Marcelina, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Poster Board Number P318 / Presentation Number TP318
Rates of In-hospital Procedures and Outcomes Among Subarachnoid
Hemorrhage Patients Admitted to Joint Commission Primary Stroke Centers in
United States
Saqib A Chaudhry, Michigan State Univ, Lansing, MI; Mohammad Rauf Afzal, Zeenat
Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Burhan Chaudhry, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH;
Ahmed Riaz, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Ali Saeed, Gautam Sachdeva,
Adnan Safdar, Mounzer Kassab, Michigan State Univ, Lansing, MI; aimen zafar, Adnan
I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN
Poster Board Number P319 / Presentation Number TP319
Racial and Gender Differences in Tissue Plasminogen Activase Metrics Over
Telemedicine
Amanda L Jagolino, Shima Bozorgui, Jignesh Patel, Malcolm K Irani, Christy Ankrom,
T C Cossey, Anjail Z Sharrief, Farhaan S Vahidy, Sean Savitz, Tzu Ching Wu, Univ of
Texas at Houston, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P320 / Presentation Number TP320
Fluoroscopy Time: an Early Predictor of Outcome After Thrombectomy for
Acute Ischemic Stroke
Matthew F Sharrock, Michael Abraham, Rawan Albadareen, Sanjeev Keshary, Manoj
Mittal, Univ of Kansas Medical Ctr, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P321 / Presentation Number TP321
Is Weekend Admission Associated With Increased 30-day Stroke Mortality?
The Effect of Adjustment Using a Claims-Based Stroke Severity Index
Cheng-Yang Hsieh, Tainan Sin Lau Hosp, Tainan, Taiwan; Sheng-Feng Sung, Ditmanson Medical Fndn Chia-Yi Christian Hosp, Chiayi, Taiwan
Poster Board Number P322 / Presentation Number TP322
Additional Factors May Affect Hospital Performance Ratings on Ischemic
Stroke Care in California
Limin Wang, Merry Holliday-Hanson, Joseph Parker, Office of Statewide Health
Planning and Development, Sacramento, CA
Poster Board Number P323 / Presentation Number TP323
The Relationships Among Hospital Volume, Processes of Care and Patient
Outcome in Ischemic Stroke: J-ASPECT Study
Satoru Kamitani, Tokyo Univ, Tokyo, Japan; Kunihiro Nishimura, Natl Cardiovascular
and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Akiko Kada, Nagoya Medical Ctr, Nagoya, Japan;
Tetsurou Sayama, Ataru Nishimura, Ryouta Kurogi, Fumiaki Nakamura, Daisuke
Onozuka, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ,
Morioka, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa, Kyorin Univ, Mitaka, Japan; Shigeru Miyachi,
Osaka Medical Colledge, Takatsuki, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Coll of Med,
Nishinomiya, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Jyouji Nakagawara, Natl Cardiovascular and
Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Shinya Matsuda, Univ of Environmental and Occupational
Health, Kita-kyushu, Japan; Kazuo Okuchi, Nara Medical Univ, Kashihara, Japan; Toru
Aruga, Showa Univ, Tokyo, Japan; Junichi Ono, Chiba Cardiovascular Ctr, Ichihara,
Japan; Izumi Nagata, Kokura Kinen Hosp, Kita-kyushu, Japan; Yoshihiro Miyamoto,
Michiaki Iwata, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita, Japan; Akihito Hagihara,
Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Akifumi Suzuki, Res institute for Brain and Blood
Vessels, Akita, Japan; Hiroharu Kataoka, Natl Cardiovascular and Cerebral Ctr, Suita,
Japan; Koichi B Ishikawa, Natl Cancer Ctr, Tokyo, Japan; Koji Iihara, Kyushu Univ,
Fukuoka, Japan
Poster Board Number P324 / Presentation Number TP324
Mild Cognitive Impairment and Treatment for Ischemic Stroke and Acute
Myocardial Infarction
Deborah A Levine, Andrzej T Galecki, Darin A Zahuranec, Brahmajee K Nallamothu,
Lewis B Morgenstern, Lynda D Lisabeth, Mohammed U Kabeto, Ryan McCammon,
Kenneth M Langa, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P325 / Presentation Number TP325
Impact of Nocturnal Desaturation on Early Neurological Deterioration Following
Ischemic Stroke
Tae Jung Kim, Chi Kyung Kim, Yerim Kim, Han-Gil Jeong, Kiwoong Nam, Sang Joon
An, Sang-Bae Ko, Byung-Woo Yoon, Seoul Natl Univ Hosp, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P326 / Presentation Number TP326
Predictors of Surgical Feeding Tube Placement in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Kristin Brown, Andrew Barreto, Umair Saeed, Hari Indaparu, Univ of Texas Health
Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX; Kim Vu, Paige Shoemake, Alana Clayton, Stephanie Cooper, Andrea Xavier, Isabel Deguzman, Memorial Hermann Hosp, Houston, TX;
Chunyan Cai, Univ of Houston, Houston, TX; Amber Jacobs, Anjail Sharrief, Univ of
Texas Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P327 / Presentation Number TP327
Predictors of Surgical Feeding Tube Placement in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Umair Saeed, Kristin Brown, Anjail Sharrief, Hari Indupuru, Amber Jacobs, Univ of
Texas Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX; Maria Deguzman, Paige Shoemake, Alana Clayton, Stephanie Cooper, Memorial Hermann Hosp- Texas Medical Ctr,
Houston, TX; Andreea Xavier, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston,
TX; Chunyan Cai, Univ of Texas Medical Sch at Houston, Houston, TX; Kim Vu, Memorial Hermann Hosp- Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Andrew Barreto, Univ of Texas
Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P328 / Presentation Number TP328
Kentucky SEQIP Statewide Approach to Improving Bedside Dysphagia
Screening
Kari D Moore, Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY; Bonita Bobo, Kentucky Dept for
Public Health, Frankfort, KY; Melisa Herbert, St Elizabeth Healthcare, Edgewood, KY;
Polly Hunt, King’s Daughters Medical Ctr, Ashland, KY; Peter Rock, Kentucky Dept
for Public Health, Frankfort, KY; Bill Singletary, The Medical Ctr at Bowling Green,
Bowling Green, KY; Debbie Tate, Owensboro Health Regional Hosp, Owensboro, KY;
Stephanie Turner, Pikeville Medical Ctr, Pikeville, KY; Starr Block, American Heart
Association/American Stroke Association, Louisville, KY
Poster Board Number P329 / Presentation Number TP329
True Failures Versus Ambiguous Documentation in Core Measures
Noncompliance
Natalie C Wheeler, William J Meurer, Aditya S Pandey, James F Burke, Jenevra Foley,
Kate Maddox, Eric E Adelman, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Poster Board Number P330 / Presentation Number TP330
Substantial Progress yet Significant Opportunity for Improvement in Stroke
Care in China
Zixiao Li Sr, Yilong Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China;
Ying Xian, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Xingquan Zhao, Beijing Tiantan Hosp,
Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Linzi Li, Fudan Univ, Shanghai, China; Chunjuan
Wang, Liping Liu, Chunxue Wang, Hao Li, Anxin Wang, Yong Jiang, Yongjun Wang,
Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P332 / Presentation Number TP332
Neuro-QOL Measures Have Improved Statistical Power versus the Dichotomized
Modified Rankin Scale in Stroke Thrombolysis
Rajbeer S Sangha, Northwestern Univ, chicago, IL; Richard Bernstein, David Cella,
Northwestern Univ Feinberg Sch of Med, chicago, IL; Carlos Corado, Yvonne Curran,
Northwestern Univ, chicago, IL; Andrew Naidech, Ilana Ruff, Shyam Prabhakaran,
Northwestern Univ Feinberg Sch of Med, chicago, IL
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Poster Board Number P344 / Presentation Number TP344
Seizure is an Independent Predictor of Poor Outcome in Ischemic Stroke
Alissa Gadpaille, Amelia Boehme, Harn Shiue, April Sisson, Michael Lyerly, Toby
Gropen, UAB Comprehensive Stroke Ctr, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P333 / Presentation Number TP333
Independent Variables Contributing to Stroke Mortality in a Tertiary Medical
Center With a Large Rural Referral Base
Aleksey Tadevosyan, Patrick Chen, Sanjay Anandaram, Diana Rojas-Soto, Timothy
Lukovits, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Ctr, Lebanon, NH
Poster Board Number P334 / Presentation Number TP334
The Cultural Appropriateness of the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale
(NIHSS) in Singapore: a Survey on Healthcare Workers’ Opinions
Fung Peng Woon, Kian Kheng Queck, Singapore General Hosp, Singapore, Singapore;
Natasha L Fabiaña, Natl Neuroscience Inst (Singapore General Hosp Campus),
Singapore, Singapore; Daniel C Oh, Natl Neuroscience Inst (Tan Tock Seng Hosp
Campus), Singapore, Singapore; Deirdre D Tay, Singapore General Hosp, Singapore,
Singapore; Wai May Ng, Natl Neuroscience Inst (Tan Tock Seng Hosp Campus),
Singapore, Singapore; Deidre A De Silva, Natl Neuroscience Inst (Singapore General
Hosp Campus), Singapore, Singapore
Poster Board Number P335 / Presentation Number TP335
Lower NIHSS Score on Presentation to the Emergency Center Delays Head CT
Turnaround Times
Rebbeca Grysiewicz, Anna Glaser, Lisa Kotzen, Holly Weissman, Beaumont Hosp,
Royal Oak, MI
Poster Board Number P336 / Presentation Number TP336
Influence of Aversion to Uncertainty in STROKE Care
Yue Li, Lauren Crump, Univ of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto, ON, Canada; Mike
Sharma, McMaster Univ, Hamilton, ON, Canada; Ralph Sacco, Univ of Miami, Coral
Gables, FL; Eric Smith, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Gustavo Saposnik, Univ
of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; on behalf of the Stroke Outcomes Research Canada
Working Group (SORCan-wwwsorcanca)
Poster Board Number P345 / Presentation Number TP345
The Association Between Stress Hyperglycemia, Hemorrhagic Transformation
(HT), and Functional Outcomes in Diabetics and Non-diabetics
Kanika Arora, Amelia Boehme, Karen C Albright, Alissa Gadpaille, Reza Bavarsad
Shahripour, Michael Lyerly, Kara Sands, April Sisson, Harn Shiue, Ayaz Khawaja,
Angela Hays Shapshak, Toby Gropen, UAB, Birmingham, AL
Poster Board Number P346 / Presentation Number TP346
Implementation of a Tele-Swallow Safety Study
Kathryn Morrell, Megan Hyers, Tamela Stuchiner, Lisa R Yanase, Providence,
Portland, OR
Poster Board Number P347 / Presentation Number TP347
The Effects of Early Anticoagulation Resumption with Apixaban on the Acute
Stroke Patients
Takayuki Matsuki, Kazunori Toyoda, Akira Okamoto, Takuya Okata, Toshiyuki
Miyata, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Kazuo Minematsu, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P349 / Presentation Number TP349
Incidence of Cerebral Ischemia Associated Seizures in Patients With
Narrowing or Occlusion of the Ipsilateral Internal Carotid or Middle Cerebral
Artery: The EC/IC Bypass Study
Muhammad Shah Miran, Ahmed A Malik, MFareed K Suri, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat
Qureshi Stroke Inst, StCloud, MN
Poster Board Number P337 / Presentation Number TP337
Variation in Total and Daily Relative Costs of Stroke Hospitalization by
Departments
Sadiqa Mahmood, Partners Healthcare, Needham, MA; Khawja A Siddiqui, Xiu Liu,
Karen E Lynch, Hui Zheng, David M Shahian, Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P350 / Presentation Number TP350
Determinants of Symptomatic Intracerebral Hemorrhage in Ischemic Stroke
Patients After Endovascular Therapy
Alicia Bennett, Adam de Havenon, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Michael Wilder,
Univ of Louisville, Louisville, KY; Ali Sultan-Quarraie, Univ of Washington, Seattle, WA;
Safdar Ansari, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number P338 / Presentation Number TP338
Outcomes After Carotid Endarterectomy Among Dual-eligible MedicareMedicaid Beneficiaries, 2003-2010
Judith H Lichtman, Erica Leifheit-Limson, Yale Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Yun
Wang, Harvard TH Chan Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; James F Meschia,
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL; George Howard, Virginia Howard, Univ of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; Thomas Brott, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
Poster Board Number P351 / Presentation Number TP351
Early Comfort Care Measures in Acute Stroke Patients: Analysis From the Get
With the Guidelines Stroke Registry
Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ, Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Margueritte
Cox, Phillip J Schulte, Duke Clinical Res Inst, Durham, NC; Ying Xian, Duke Clinical
Res Ctr, Durham, NC; Darin Zahuranec, Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Eric E Smith,
Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Mathew Reeves, Michigan State Univ, East
Lansing, MI; Gregg C Fonarow, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Lee H Schwamm, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P339 / Presentation Number TP339
Operations Director, Neurosciences Clinical Program, Intermountain Healthcare
Jeremy Fotheringham Esq, Julie Martinez, Elisabeth Malmberg, Shawn Smith, Katherine Thomas, Robert Hoesch, Intermountain Healthcare, Murray, UT
Poster Board Number P340 / Presentation Number TP340
Imaging Related Radiation Dose and Cancer Risk Assessment of Brain in Acute
Ischemic Stroke Patients
Vijay K Sharma, Philip Andrew Seow, Eric Y Ting, Subhash Kapur, Natl Univ of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
In-hospital Treatment Posters II
TP341 – TP356
Poster Board Number P341 / Presentation Number TP341
Risk Factors of Seizure Recurrence in First-ever Post-stroke Seizure
Shinya Tomari, Tomotaka Tanaka, Takayuki Matsuki, Kazuki Fukuma, Hiroshi Yamagami, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,
Suita, Japan
Poster Board Number P342 / Presentation Number TP342
Central Origin of Fever Should not be Assumed in Stroke Patients
Eva Mistry, Adriel Barrios-Anderson, Jaya Paranilam, Jonathan Wiese, John Volpi,
Houston Methodist, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P343 / Presentation Number TP343
Differential TNFααExpression in Patients of Acute Ischemic Stroke
Janhavi M Modak, Univ of Connecticut Health Science Ctr/ Hartford Hosp, Farmington, CT; Meaghan Roy-O’reilly, Sharon DiMauro, Univ of Connecticut, Farmington,
CT; Gil Fortunato, Ilene Staff, Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Louise McCullough, Univ of
Connecticut Health Science Ctr/ Hartford Hosp, Farmington, CT
Poster Board Number P352 / Presentation Number TP352
Intracranial Pressure Measured Immediately After Hemicraniectomy in
Malignant Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction
Sang-Beom Jeon, Sun U Kwon, Jung Cheol Park, Jae-Sung Ahn, Byung-Duk Kwun,
Dong-Wha Kang, Jong S Kim, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P353 / Presentation Number TP353
Glucose on Admission Associated With Post-stroke Outcome
Faisal Mukarram, Rebecca F Gottesman, Elisabeth Marsh, Johns Hopkins Univ,
Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P354 / Presentation Number TP354
Trends in Stroke Severity and Incidence After Endovascular Repair for
Descending Thoracic Aorta Diseases
Paola De Rango, Giacomo Isernia, Gioele Simonte, Alessandro Marucchini, Enrico
Cieri, Luca Farchioni, Fabio Verzini, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Perugia, Italy
Poster Board Number P355 / Presentation Number TP355
The Threshold of Baseline National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale Score to
Predict Favorable Outcome After Medical Therapy in Patients With Acute M2
Occlusion
Naoto Kinoshita, Hiroshi Yamagami, Mikito Hayakawa, Yuichi Miyazaki, Masatoshi
Koga, Kazunori Toyoda, Kazuyuki Nagatsuka, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,
Suita, Japan
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Poster Board Number P356 / Presentation Number TP356
Effect of Stabilization of Blood Pressure of Ischemic Stroke on 3-month
Functional Outcome
Jihoon Kang, Samsung Changwon Hosp, Changwon, Korea, Republic of; Wook-ju
Kim, Ulsan Univ Hosp, Ulsan, Korea, Republic of; Hee-Joon Bae, Seoul Natl Univ
Bundang Hosp, Seongnam, Korea, Republic of
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Posters II
TP357 – TP378
Poster Board Number P357 / Presentation Number TP357
Blood Brain Barrier Damage Predicts Perihematoma Edema Volume in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Mariam Bhuiyan, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Richard Leigh,
Natl Insts of Health, Bethesda, MD; Peter Barker, Daniel F Hanley, Wendy Ziai, Johns
Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P358 / Presentation Number TP358
Prehospital Diagnosis of Intracerebral Hemorrhage in a Mobile Stroke
Treatment Unit
Daniel Vela-Duarte, Ramnath Santosh Ramanathan, Atif Zafar, Ather Taqui, Stacey
Winners, Lila Sheikhi, Sung-Min Cho, Dolora Wisco, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH;
Jon W Schrock, MetroHealth System, Cleveland, OH; Farren B Briggs, Case Western
Reserve Univ, Cleveland, OH; Muhammad Shazam Hussain, Ken Uchino, Cleveland
Clinic, Cleveland, OH; On behalf of the Cleveland Pre-Hospital Acute Stroke Treatment
(PHAST) Study Group
Poster Board Number P359 / Presentation Number TP359
Admission Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome and Outcome Following
Intracerebral Hemorrhage in a Multicenter Study
Amelia K Boehme, Columbia Univ, New York, NY; Mary Comeau, Wake Forest, Wake
Forest, NC; Carl Langefeld, Wake Forest Univ, Wake Forest, NC; Aaron Lord, New
York Univ, New York, NY; Charles Moomaw, Jennifer Osborne, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Sharyl Martini, Baylor Univ, Houston, TX; Fernando Testai, Univ of
Illinois at Chicago Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL; Mitchell Elkind, Columbia Univ, New York,
NY; Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P360 / Presentation Number TP360
Clot Evacuation With or Without Decompressive Craniectomy for Spontaneous
Supratentorial Intracerebral Hemorrhage: A Single Center, Prospective,
Randomized, Controlled Trial
Rong Hu, Hua Feng, Southwest Hosp, Chongqing, China
Poster Board Number P361 / Presentation Number TP361
Effect of Therapeutic Hypothermia on Innate Immune Responses and
Functional Outcome After ICH
Fred Rincon, Larry Harshyne, Douglas C Hooper, Thomas Jefferson Univ,
Philadelphia, PA
Poster Board Number P362 / Presentation Number TP362
Early Hematoma Enlargement in Intracerebral Hemorrhage Patients on the
Mobile Stroke Unit
Judy Jia, Ritvij Bowry, Chunyan Cai, Stephanie Parker, James Grotta, Univ of Texas
Health Science Ctr, Houston, TX
Poster Board Number P363 / Presentation Number TP363
Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage treated in the Intensive Care Unit: Predictors
of Admission, Prolonged Stay, and Functional Outcome
Xia Wang, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia; Katja Wartenberg,
Martin-Luther-Univ Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale), Germany; Craig Anderson, The
George Inst for Global Health, Sydney, Australia
Poster Board Number P364 / Presentation Number TP364
Use of Do Not Attempt Resuscitation (DNAR) Forms Early in Haemorrahgic
Stroke: Data From the Ongoing Tranexamic Acid for Hyperacute Primary
Intracerebral Haemorrhage (TICH-2) Study
Nikola Sprigg, Katie Robson, Philip M Bath, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United
Kingdom
Poster Board Number P366 / Presentation Number TP366
National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) is a Potent Predictor of
Outcome in Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Suzie Kazaryan, Nerses Sanossian, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA;
David S Liebeskind, UCLA Neurovascular Imaging Res Core, Los Angeles, CA; Sidney
Starkman, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Marc Eckstein, Univ of Southern
California, Los Angeles, CA; Samuel Stratton, Univ of California Los Angeles, Los
Angeles, CA; Franklin D Pratt, Torrance Memorial Medical Ctr, Torrance, CA; Marianne
Gausche-Hill, Harbor-UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Robin Conwit, Natl Inst of
Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, MD; Scott Hamilton, Stanford Univ, Palo
Alto, CA; Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; FAST-MAG Investigators
and Coordinators
Poster Board Number P367 / Presentation Number TP367
Impacts of Supratentorial Intracerebral Hemorrhage Locations on the
Complexity of Heart Rate Variability
Chih-Hao Chen, Far-Eastern Memorial Hosp, New Taipei City, Taiwan; Pei-Wen Huang,
Natl Taiwan Univ, Taipei, Taiwan; Sung-Chun Tang, Natl Taiwan Univ Hosp, Taipei,
Taiwan; Jiann-Shing Hsieh, Yuan Ze Univ, Taoyuan, Taiwan; Dar-Ming Lai, Natl Taiwan
Univ Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan; An-Yu Wu, Natl Taiwan Univ, Taipei, Taiwan; Jiann-Shing
Jeng, Natl Taiwan Univ Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan
Poster Board Number P368 / Presentation Number TP368
Prediction of Hemorrhagic Growth Using Textural Pattern Analysis
Katherine Gray, Robin Wolz, Natalie Royle, IXICO, London, United Kingdom; David
Werring, Univ Coll, London, United Kingdom; Zhiyong Xie, Pfizer, Cambridge, MA;
Theresa Tuthill, Pfizer, New London, CT
Poster Board Number P369 / Presentation Number TP369
Comparison of Hematoma Volume Estimates in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Muhib A Khan, Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Joshua Rodriguez-Srednicki, The Warren
Alpert Medical Sch, Providence, RI; Grayson Baird, Rhode Island Hosp, Providence,
RI; Roderick Elias, Brown Univ, Providence, RI; Sandra Yan, The Warren Alpert Medical
Sch, Providence, RI; Shadi Yaghi Shadi Yaghi, Brian Silver, Scott Collins, Brown Univ,
Providence, RI
Poster Board Number P370 / Presentation Number TP370
Association Between Ventricular Symmetry and Perihematoma Edema in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Caroline Feigert, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Sharon Yeatts,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Magdy Selim, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; On behalf of the HI-DEF Execultive Committee and
Investigators
Poster Board Number P371 / Presentation Number TP371
Comparison of Three Stroke Severity Scales With Mortality Within an
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Population: a Population-based Study
Brian S Katz, Univ of Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jane C Khoury, Cincinnati
Childrens Hosp Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Kathleen Alwell, Charlie J Moomaw, Mary
Haverbusch, Brett M Kissela, Opeolu Adeoye, Daniel Woo, Matthew Flaherty, Simona
Ferioli, Univ of Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH; Jason Mackey, Indiana Univ,
Indianapolis, IN; Sheryl R Martini, Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Ctr, Waco, TX; Felipe
De Los Rios la Rosa, Dawn Kleindorfer, Univ of Cincinnati Medical Ctr, Cincinnati, OH
Poster Board Number P372 / Presentation Number TP372
CT Angiography Spot Sign, Hematoma Expansion and Outcome in Primary
Pontine Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Andrea Morotti, Michael Jessel, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA; Bart H
Brouwers, Brain Ctr Rudolf Magnus Univ Medical Ctr, Utrecht, Netherlands; Guido
J Falcone, Kristin Schwab, Alison M Ayres, Anastasia Vashkevich, Christopher D
Anderson, Javier M Romero, Edip M Gurol, Anand Viswanathan, Steven M Greenberg,
Jonathan Rosand, Joshua N Goldstein, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P373 / Presentation Number TP373
Tracts Enfolded by Small Hematomas Remain Intact in Acute Intracerebral
Hemorrhage
Rebecca McCourt, Taurian Guinand, Laura Gioia, Mahesh Kate, Sarah Treit, Christian
Beaulieu, Ken Butcher, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number P365 / Presentation Number TP365
Surgical Performance in Minimally Invasive Surgery Plus rt-PA for ICH
Evacuation (MISTIE) Phase III Clinical Trial
Maged D Fam, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Daniel Hanley, Johns Hopkins Medical
Insts, Baltimore, MD; Agnieszka Stadnik, Michael Jesselson, Univ of Chicago,
Chicago, IL; Lynn Money, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Meijing Wu, Univ of
Chicago, Chicago, IL; Paul Camarata, Univ of Kansas, Kansas City, KS; Karen Lane,
Johns Hopkins Medical Insts, Baltimore, MD; Mario Zuccarello, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Issam Awad, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL
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Poster Board Number P375 / Presentation Number TP375
Vitamin D Deficiency Correlates With Stroke Severity on Presentation in
Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Ekaterina Bakradze, Univ of Connecticut/Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT; Louise D
McCullough, Univ of Connecticut/Hartford Hosp, Farmington, CT; Ilene Staff, Amre
Nouh, Univ of Connecticut/Hartford Hosp, Hartford, CT Primary
Poster Board Number P387 / Presentation Number TP387
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Improving Acute Treatment- Implementation
of the Rapid Acute Stroke Protocol
N Wilson, K Gourdine, T Roche, L Nanlal, J Mascitelli, H Shoriah, P Shearer,
S Paramasivam, J Mocco, S Mayer, J T Fifi, S Tuhrim, Mount Sinai Hosp, NY, NY
Poster Board Number P376 / Presentation Number TP376
Infections in Patients With Spontaneous Intraventricular Hemorrhage- Results
From the Clot Lysis: Evaluating Accelerated Resolution of Intraventricular
Hemorrhage (CLEAR) III Trial
Jharna N Shah, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Santosh B Murthy, Weill Cornell
Medical Coll, New York City, NY; Nichol McBee, Rachel Dlugash, Malathi Ram, Karen
Lane, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD; Issam Awad, Univ of Chicago, Chicago, IL;
Daniel F Hanley Jr, Wendy C Ziai, Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number P377 / Presentation Number TP377
Predictors of Diffusion-weighted Imaging Lesions and One-year Case-fatality
in Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Jason Mackey, Kevin F O’Connor, Ashley D Blatsioris, Elizabeth A Moser, Susan Ofner,
Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN; Ravan J Carter, Regenstrief Inst, Indianapolis,
IN; Alec Stevenson, Abigail L Hulin, Darren P O’Neill, Aaron A Cohen-Gadol, Thomas
Leipzig, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN; Daniel Woo, Univ of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, OH; Chelsea S Kidwell, Univ of Arizona Coll of Med, Tucson, AZ; Linda S
Williams, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN
Poster Board Number P378 / Presentation Number TP378
Intracerebral Hemorrhagic Expansion Occurs in Patients Using Novel
Anticoagulants
Kara R Melmed, Patrick Lyden, Asma Moheet, CSMC, Los Angeles, CA
Nursing Posters II
TP379 – TP419
Poster Board Number P379 / Presentation Number TP379
Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Stroke Survivors: Evidence From an
Integrative Literature Review
Qinglan Ding, Robin Whittemore,, Nancy Redeker, Yale Sch of Nursing, West Haven, CT
Poster Board Number P380 / Presentation Number TP380
Change in the Medication Behavior During One Year After Stroke in Patients
With Initial Mild Ischemic Stroke
Akie Kobayashi, Kagawa Prefectural Univ of Health Sciences, Kagawa, Japan; Takako
Ichihara, Ayako Tamura, Tokushima Univ, Tokushima, Japan
Poster Board Number P381 / Presentation Number TP381
Evaluation Of A Modified Home Care Intervention For Stroke Patients In
Transition From Hospital To Home
Lu Chen, Janet Sit, The Nethersole Sch of Nursing, The Chinese Univ of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong, China Primary
Poster Board Number P382 / Presentation Number TP382
Improving Door To Needle Time Using A Lean Transformation Rapid
Improvement Process
Gregg MacDonald, Patricia Mienel, Cheryl Grennes, Lesta Beller, Julia Liebscher,
Larry Isaacs, Adam Heller, Holly Muller, Gulf Coast Medical Ctr, Fort Myers, FL
Poster Board Number P383 / Presentation Number TP383
Creating Educational Modules for Family Caregivers to Reduce Potentially
Preventable Hospitalizations in Stroke Survivors
Linda L Pierce, Victoria Steiner, The Univ of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Poster Board Number P384 / Presentation Number TP384
Educating Staff: A Travelers Guide
Martha Power, Gabrielle L Daignault, John Frye, Michelle L Gallo, Bruce L McKee,
Angela J Schaffer, Maggie M Stoppe, West Virginia Univ Hosp, Morgantown, WV
Poster Board Number P385 / Presentation Number TP385
Decreasing Door-to-Needle Times for Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients
Kelly Venters, Jessica Douglas, Amber Parker, Lake Cumberland Regional Hosp,
Somerset, KY
Poster Board Number P388 / Presentation Number TP388
Multidisciplinary Stroke Review Process and Prospective Record Review for
Quality and Process Improvement
Abbigayle M Doerr, Anne Lindstrom, Harish Shownkeen, Laura Pittner, Central
DuPage Hosp, Winfield, IL
Poster Board Number P389 / Presentation Number TP389
Improving 30 Day Event Monitoring Compliance for Patients Transferred to
Acute and Subacute Rehabilitation Facilities
Heather Turner, Lillian Currie, Univ of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA
Poster Board Number P390 / Presentation Number TP390
Patterns of Care, Variations and Temporal Trends in Stroke Care: a Brazilian
Primary Stroke Center Report
Monique B Alves, Gisele S Silva, Albert Einstein Hosp and Federal Univ of São Paulo,
São Paulo, Brazil; Renata A Miranda, Rodrigo M Massaud, Andreia M Vacari, Albert
Einstein Hosp, São Paulo, Brazil; Miguel Cendoroglo Neto, Albert Einstein Hosp and
Federal Univ of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil; Solange Diccini, Federal Univ of São
Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Poster Board Number P391 / Presentation Number TP391
Working Within a Stroke System of Care to Decrease Door to Transfer Times
From Spoke to Hub
Michelle Whaley, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO; Alissa Dell, Sky Ridge Medical
Ctr, Lone Tree, CO; Melissa Chase, Rose Medical Ctr, Denver, CO; Melissa Mooney,
Presbyterian/St Luke’s Medical Ctr, Denver, CO; Jill Hulbert, Medical Ctr of Aurora,
Aurora, CO; Amy Larson, Rebecca van Vliet, Swedish Medical Ctr, Englewood, CO;
Brett Keiling, North Suburban Medical Ctr, Thornton, CO
Poster Board Number P392 / Presentation Number TP392
Cracking the Code, a Multidisciplinary Approach to Safe, Effective,
and Evidence Based Bedside Dysphagia Screening of Stroke Patients
With Three Textures
Katja Bryant, Aneesha Virani, Kristi Keable, Allison Painter, Kim Anker, Jennifer Croley,
Jan Douglas, Kathi Moore, Jean Pruitt, Jenna Mersfelder, Northside Hosp, Atlanta, GA
Poster Board Number P394 / Presentation Number TP394
Stroke Education- Are you REaDy?
Nicole E Wolber, Laurie Paletz, Nili Steiner, Betty Robertson, Sonia Guerra, CedarsSinai, Los Angeles CA, CA
Poster Board Number P395 / Presentation Number TP395
Objective Identification of Endovascular Candidates
Lindsey Peters, Shawnee Mission Medical Ctr, Shawnee Mission, KS
Poster Board Number P396 / Presentation Number TP396
Small Changes Yield Big Dividends
Theresa Hamm, Mercy Medical Ctr, Altoona, IA; Brian Helland, Clive Fire Dept, Clive, IA
Poster Board Number P397 / Presentation Number TP397
Dedicated Stroke Units With Bedside Monitoring and Better Blood Pressure
Control
Audrey Arango, Daniel Korya, Florence Chukwuneke, Yong-Bum Song, Jaskiran
Brar, Siddhart Mehta, Mohammad Moussavi, Spozhmy Panezai, Jawad Kirmani, JFK
Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P398 / Presentation Number TP398
Telestroke: Expanding the Utilization of Endovascular Treatment
Amy Guzik, Rayetta Johnson, WFBH, Winston-Salem, NC
Poster Board Number P399 / Presentation Number TP399
Ambulance Membership Impact on 911 Utilization for Prehospital Stroke Triage
and Transport in a Rural Community
Pauline M Rankin, Dianne Marsh, James McLaughlin, UPMC Northwest, Seneca, PA
Poster Board Number P386 / Presentation Number TP386
Clinical Nurse Specialist Influence on the Implementation of Telestroke in a
Community Hospital
Nancy Nozicka, Amy Barnard, Laura A Meller, Northwestern Med Lake Forest Hosp,
Lake Forest, IL
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Poster Board Number P400 / Presentation Number TP400
Examining Five Year Trends of Documented Tissue Plasminogen Activator
Contraindications in Wisconsin
Michelle Scharnott, American Heart Association, Milwaukee, WI; Kathryn Miller,
Wisconsin Office of Rural Health, Madison, WI; Dot Bluma, MetaStar, Inc, Madison, WI;
Lynn Serdynski, American Heart Association, Milwaukee, WI
Poster Board Number P401 / Presentation Number TP401
Can Leveraging the Electronic Medical Record Improve Compliance With
Dysphagia Screening?
Mary Helton, Julie Fisher, Fisher Titus Medical Ctr, Norwalk, OH
Poster Board Number P402 / Presentation Number TP402
Stroke Nurse Coordinators: Role in Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) Care in the
National Veterans Health Administration
Teresa M Damush, Edward J Miech, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN;
Michael Phipps, Univ of Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Jason Sico, Yale Univ
Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Greg Arling, Purdue Univ Sch of Nursing, West Lafayette,
IN; Laura Myers, Roudebush VAMC, HSR&D, Indianapolis, IN; Curt Austin, Jared
Ferguson, Linda S Williams, Dawn M Bravata, Indiana Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis, IN
Poster Board Number P413 / Presentation Number TP413
How Good Is That “doc In The Box”?
Morgan Boyer, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Hersehy, Pa
Poster Board Number P414 / Presentation Number TP414
Support from a Comprehensive Stroke Center Improves Door to tPA Times at
Primary Stroke Centers
Julie M Fussner, Kelly Montgomery, Tinatin Gumberidze, Erin Supan, Univ Hosp Case
Medical Ctr, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P415 / Presentation Number TP415
Stroke Knowledge and Prehospital Delay in Elderly Acute Ischemic Stroke
Patients
Cha-Nam Shin, Arizona State Univ, Phoenix, AZ; Kyungeh An, Virginia Commonwealth
Univ, Richmond, VA; Jeongha Sim, Jeonju Univ, Jeonju, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P416 / Presentation Number TP416
Does Hands-on tPA Education Really Improve Nurses’ Knowledge Retention?
Kelly Montgomery, Megan Louttit, Julie Fussner, Univ Hosp Case Medical Ctr,
Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P403 / Presentation Number TP403
Kansas Initiative for Stroke Survival: a Statewide Program to Improve Stroke
Outcomes
Marilyn Rymer, Craig Shipley, Lee Rosterman, Yunxia Wang, Michael Abraham, Tony
Nunn, Colleen Lechtenberg, Janice Sandt, The Univ of Kansas Hosp, Kansas City, KS
Poster Board Number P417 / Presentation Number TP417
Improving Stroke Rehabilitation Intensity Data Collection: Collaborative
Implementation of a Quality Assurance Framework
Elizabeth Linkewich, Donna Cheung, Jacqueline Willems, Shelley Sharp, Sylvia Quant,
Toronto Stroke Networks, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number P404 / Presentation Number TP404
Transforming From a Primary Stroke Center to a Comprehensive Stroke Center
Michele Patterson, Joseph Berumen, Susan Loyola, Deb Motz, Ashley Page, Tracy
Moore, Beth Cline, Dicky Huey, Tommye Austin, Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P418 / Presentation Number TP418
The Evolution of Four Stroke Support Groups into the City-wide Stroke
Connection
Wendy Barrilleaux, St Dominic Hosp, Jackson, MS; David N Kiihnl, Univ of Mississippi
Medical Ctr, Jackson, MS; Teresa Ellerbusch, Baptist Medical Ctr, Jackson, MS;
Susan Geiger, Methodist Rehabilitation Ctr, Jackson, MS
Poster Board Number P405 / Presentation Number TP405
Raising the Bar, Lowering the Target
Theresa M Price, Spectrum Health Hosp, Muskegon, MI
Poster Board Number P419 / Presentation Number TP419
Shared Medical Appointments: Supporting Stroke Care Transitions Through
Improved Knowledge and Peer Support
Kathleen Burns, Karen S Theodore, Medina Hosp, Medina, OH
Poster Board Number P406 / Presentation Number TP406
Mapping Stroke Team Network Structure and Function to Enhance Acute
Stroke Care Quality Improvement Efforts
Mark O Loveless, Oregon Health & Sciences Univ, Portland, OR; Aaron Kamauu,
Andrew Wilson, Stroke Systems Analytics, Salt Lake City, UT
Preventive Strategies Posters II
Poster Board Number P407 / Presentation Number TP407
Implementation of Standardized Charting for Level 1 Stroke Cases in the
Operating Room
Kiersten Espaillat, Paula Buckner, Vanderbilt Univ Medical Ctr, Nashville, TN
Poster Board Number P408 / Presentation Number TP408
The First 24 hours Post-Stroke: Improving Timeliness of Blood Pressure
Monitoring and Neurologic Assessment Completion
Amy Barna, Nick Kjos, Jacelyn McKee, Heather Pronschinske, Gundersen Health
System, La Crosse, WI
Poster Board Number P409 / Presentation Number TP409
Continuous Quality Improvement Implementation Across a Large Stroke
Network of Affiliated Rural Hospitals
Lisa M Bellamy, Kelley L Elkins, Michael R Dobbs, UK HealthCare, Lexington, KY
TP420 – TP430
Poster Board Number P420 / Presentation Number TP420
At-risk Stroke Patients in Need of In-hospital Lifestyle Interventions: Data
From a Multi-state Health System
Elizabeth Baraban, Tamela Stuchiner, Theodore Lowenkopf, Providence Health and
Services, Portland, OR
Poster Board Number P421 / Presentation Number TP421
Ischemic Preconditioning From Preceding Cerebrovascular Events in
Stroke Patients
Pamela Noella Correia, Ivo Alexis Meyer, Ashraf Eskandari, Michael Amiguet, Patrik
Michel, Ctr Hospier Univire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne, Switzerland
Poster Board Number P422 / Presentation Number TP422
High Pulse Pressure and Risk of Stroke Recurrence in Patients With Tia
Maria Cristina Zurru, Claudia Alonzo, Laura Brescacin, Santiago Pigretti, Pedro Colla
Machado, Luis Camera, Giselle Fucile, Gabriel Waisman, Edgardo Cristiano, Hosp
Italiano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Poster Board Number P410 / Presentation Number TP410
Utilizing the Stroke Team Coordinator to Improve End of Life Discussions
Theresa Hamm, Mercy Medical Ctr, Altoona, IA
Poster Board Number P411 / Presentation Number TP411
Banner Health Stroke Coordinator Collaboration Lowers Door to Needle Times
for the Banner Health System of Primary Stroke Centers
Jane A Bremer, Banner Baywood Medical Ctr, Mesa, AZ; Kimberley A Duke, Banner
Estrella Medical Ctr, Avondale, AZ; Donna L Holland, Banner Boswell Medical Ctr, Sun
City, AZ; Carmen Lombardo, Banner Thunderbird Medical Ctr, Glendale, AZ; Angie
Wikas, Banner – Univ Medical Ctr Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ; Evelyn Smith, Banner Desert
Medical Ctr, Mesa, AZ; Deborah A Liable, Banner Del Webb Medical Ctr, Phoenix, AZ;
Rebecca D Milakovich, Banner – Univ Medical Ctr Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Poster Board Number P412 / Presentation Number TP412
Stroke Survivors’ Perceptions About Risk Factor Management: Challenges
and Opportunities
Carole L White, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX;
Michele Patterson, Deb Motz, Baptist Health System, San Antonio, TX; Richard
Williamson, Jean-Louis Caron, Lee A Birnbaum, Univ of Texas Health Science Ctr at
San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Poster Board Number P423 / Presentation Number TP423
A Fast Assessment of Diet in Stroke (FADS)
Jennifer L Dearborn, Yale Univ Sch of Med, New Haven, CT; Haleigh Roach, Univ of
Maine, Orono, ME; Pooja Narwal, Baystate Medical Ctr, Springfield, MA; Meghan
Peterson, Univ of Scranton, Scranton, PA; Sameera Talegawkar, George Washington
Univ, Washington, DC; Rebecca F Gottesman, Johns Hopkin Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Maria Luz Fernandez, Univ of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; Joseph Schindler,
Walter N Kernan, Yale Univ Sch of Med, New Haven, CT
Poster Board Number P424 / Presentation Number TP424
Acute Stroke Education Video Associated With Improved Stroke Literacy
M Carter Denny, Farhaan Vahidy, Rutvij J Shah, UT Health Science Ctr at Houston,
Houston, TX; Kim Y Vu, Memorial Hermann Hosp–Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX;
Anjail Z Sharrief, Sean I Savitz, UT Health Science Ctr at Houston, Houston, TX
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Poster Board Number P425 / Presentation Number TP425
Post-stroke Blood Pressure Trajectory and Mortality Risk: Analysis of Racial/
Ethnic Differences in the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
Azizi Seixas, Tanya Spruill, Stephen K Williams, Mark Butler, Joyce Gyamfi, Girardin
Jean-Louis, Gbenga Ogedegbe, NYU Sch of Med, New York, NY
Poster Board Number P426 / Presentation Number TP426
PFO Closure Reduces Plasma Levels of Serotonin in Long Term Follow up of
Stroke Patients
Wenjun Deng, David McMullin, Thomas Wickham, Kathleen Feeney, Ignacio Inglessis,
Igor Palacios, Ferdinando Buonanno, Eng H Lo, MingMing Ning, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P428 / Presentation Number TP428
Antithrombotic Therapy in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation and Prior Stroke
in GLORIA- AF Phase II (Global Registry on Long-term Oral Antithrombotic
Treatment in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation, Phase II)
Hans-Christoph Diener, Univ Hosp Essen, Essen, Germany; Menno V Huisman,
Leiden Univ Medical Ctr, Leiden, Netherlands; Jonathan L Halperin, Mount Sinia
Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Sergio J Dubner, Clinica y Maternidad Suizo Argentina,
Buenso Aires, Argentina; Chang S Ma, Beijing An Zhen Hosp, Beijing, China; Kenneth
J Rothman, Boston Univ Sch of Public Health, Boston, MA; Kristina Zint, Amelie
Elsaesser, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH, Ingelheim, Germany; Miney Paquette,
Boehringer Ingelheim Canada, Burlington, ON, Canada; Christine Teutsch, Boehringer
Ingelheim, Ingelheim, Germany; Greg Y Lip, Univ of Birmingham Ctr for Cardiovascular Sciences, Birmingham, United Kingdom; Dorothee Bartels, Boehringer
Ingelheim, Ingelheim, Germany
Poster Board Number P429 / Presentation Number TP429
Early Oral Anticoagulation After Acute Ischemic Stroke in Patients With
Atrial Fibrillation
Andrew B Buletko, Rejo P Cherian, Christine Ahrens, Ken Uchino, Andrew Russman,
Cleveland Clinic Fndn, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P430 / Presentation Number TP430
Interventions to Enhance Adherence to Secondary Preventative Medication
After Stroke a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Sukainah Al AlShaikh, Terry Quinn, William Dunn, Jesse Dawson, Univ of Glasgow,
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number P435 / Presentation Number TP435
Hospital of Origin Does Not Influence Outcome in Patients Treated
With Decompressive Hemicraniectomy After Malignant Middle Cerebral
Artery Infarction
Duncan Smyth, Wellington Hosp, Wellington, New Zealand; Mark Weatherall, Univ
of Otago, Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand; Ian Rosemergy, Jeremy Lanford,
Wellington Hosp, Wellington, New Zealand
Poster Board Number P436 / Presentation Number TP436
Precision Medicine Using Quantitative Electroencephalography for Blood
Pressure Augmentation in Penumbral Salvage After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Heustein Sy, Gregory Kapinos, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ Sch of Med, Manhasset, NY;
Hira Shafeeq, St John’s Univ and North Shore Univ Hosp, Manhasset, NY
Poster Board Number P437 / Presentation Number TP437
Clinical Outcomes of the First Neurocritical Care Unit in Korea
Jin-Heon Jeong, Minju Yeo, Chungbuk Natl Univ Hosp, Cheongju-si, Korea, Republic
of; Jeong-Ho Hong, Keimyung Univ Dongsan Medical Ctr, Daegu-si, Korea, Republic
of; Kyu Sun Yum, Konyang Univ Hosp, Daejeon-si, Korea, Republic of; Jun Young
Chang, Moon-Ku Han, Seoul Natl Univ Bundang Hosp, Seongnam-si, Korea, Republic of
Poster Board Number P438 / Presentation Number TP438
De Novo Ivy Sign Indicates Postoperative Hyperperfusion in Moyamoya Disease
Nobutaka Horie, Minoru Morikawa, Yoichi Morofuji, Tsuyoshi Izumo, Izumi Nagata,
Takayuki Matsuo, Nagasaki Univ Sch of Med, Nagasaki, Japan
Poster Board Number P439 / Presentation Number TP439
Clinical Predictors and Autcomes of Convulsive Status Epilepticus After
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in United States
Saqib A Chaudhry, Michigan State Univ, East Lancing, MI; Mohammad Rauf Afzal,
Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Haseeb Rehman, Houston Methodist
Hosp, Houston, TX; Ali Saeed, Michigan State Univ, East Lancing, MI; Ahmed Riaz,
Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst, St Cloud, MN; Mounzer Kassab, Michigan State Univ,
East Lancing, MI; Ihtesham A Qureshi, Adnan I Qureshi, Zeenat Qureshi Stroke Inst,
St Cloud, MN
Vascular Biology in Health and Disease Posters II TP440 – TP452
Poster Board Number P440 / Presentation Number TP440
Heart Failure is Associated With Elevated von Willebrand Factor (vWF) Antigen
but not Factor VIII (FVIII) in Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS)
Alyana Samai, Tulane Univ, New Orleans, LA; Karen Albright, Univ of Alabama,
Birmingham, AL; Eleni Antzoulatos, Laurie Schluter, Sheryl Martin-Schild, Tulane Univ,
New Orleans, LA
SAH and Other Neurocritical Management Posters II TP431 – TP439
Poster Board Number P431 / Presentation Number TP431
Improvement in the Outcomes of WFNS Grade V Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Patients Treated Endovascularly Over the Last 15 Years
Joji Inamasu, Akiyo Sadato, Yuichi Hirose, Fujita Health Univ, Toyoake, Japan
Poster Board Number P432 / Presentation Number TP432
Ventriculostomy Placement Improves Outcome in Hunt and Hess Grade 3-5
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Patients Irrespective of Hydrocephalus
Nazli Janjua, Kessarin Panichpisal, Asia Pacific Comprehensive Stroke Inst, Pomona,
CA; Karen Tse-Chang, Kimberly Jones, Debbie Keasler, Bhupat Desai, Pomona Valley
Hosp Medical Ctr, Pomona, CA
Poster Board Number P433 / Presentation Number TP433
Early Decompressive Hemicraniectomy Optimizes Highest Rehabilitation
Potential in Patients With Acute Malignant Middle Cerebral Artery Syndromes
Lila E Sheikhi, Dhimant Dani, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH
Poster Board Number P434 / Presentation Number TP434
The Effect of Therapeutic Modalities on Outcomes in Patients With
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: a Nationwide Study Using the Japanese Diagnosis
Procedure Combination Database From The J-aspect Study
Ryota Kurogi, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Akiko Kada, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Nagoya, Japan; Kunihiro Nishimura, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular
Ctr, Suita, Japan; Satoru Kamitani, Univ of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Japan; Ataru Nishimura,
Tetsuro Sayama, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Jyoji Nakagawara, Natl Cerebral and
Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Kuniaki Ogasawara, Iwate Medical Univ, Morioka,
Japan; Junichi Ono, Chiba Cardiovasular Ctr, Ichihahra, Japan; Yoshiaki Shiokawa,
Kyorin Univ Sch of Med, Mitaka, Japan; Toru Aruga, Showa Univ, Shinagawa, Japan;
Shigeru Miyachi, Osaka Medical Coll, Takatsuki, Japan; Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita, Japan; Shinya Matsuda, Univ of Environmental
and Occupational Health, Kita-Kyushu, Japan; Shinichi Yoshimura, Hyogo Collage of
Med, Hyogo, Japan; Kazuo Okuchi, Nara Medical Univ, Kashihara, Japan; Fumiaki
Nakamura, Univ of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Japan; Koji Iihara, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan;
J-ASPECT investigators
Poster Board Number P441 / Presentation Number TP441
Linagliptin Decreases Diabetes-induced Cerebral Pathological
Neovascularization in a Blood Glucose-independent Manner
Mohammed Abdelsaid, Raeonda Williams, Trevor Hardigan, Adviye Ergul, Georgia
Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P443 / Presentation Number TP443
Homocysteine Level in PFO Related Stroke Patients With Respect to Medical
Therapy vs PFO Closure
Wenjun Deng, Thomas Wickham, David McMullin, Kathleen Feeney, Scott Silverman,
Ignacio Inglessis, Igor Palacios, Eng H Lo, Ferdinando Buonanno, MingMing Ning,
Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P444 / Presentation Number TP444
Exploring Peripheral Mirnas as Biomarkers for Human Ischemic Stroke
Stephen Kelly, Shu Wang, Nnamdi Uhegwu, Charles Porbeni, Mohammed Moussavi,
Jawad Kirmani, Martin Gizzi, Neuroscience Inst and Stroke and Cerebrovascular Ctr
@ JFK Medical Ctr, Edison, NJ
Poster Board Number P445 / Presentation Number TP445
Angiotensin Receptor Type 1 Deficiency Attenuates Brain Damage and
Improves Outcome After Experimental Traumatic Brain Injury
Jong Youl Kim, Nuri Kim, Dept Neurology UCSF & SF VAMC, San Francisco, CA;
Meshell Johnson, Dept Med UCSF & SF VAMC, San Francisco, CA; Midoir A Yenari,
Dept Neurology UCSF & SF VAMC, San Francisco, CA
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Poster Board Number P446 / Presentation Number TP446
Independent Measures of Cerebral Blood Flow in Asymptomatic Carotid
Artery Disease
Randolph S Marshall, MaryKay Pavol, Ken Cheung, Isabelle Strom, Kevin Slane,
Columbia Presbyterian Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Iris Asllani, Rochester Inst of
Technology, Rochester, NY; Ronald M Lazar, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Ctr,
New York, NY
Poster Board Number P447 / Presentation Number TP447
Angiotensin II Increases Glymphatic Flow Through a Norepinephrinedependent Mechanism
Adam Russak, G Edward Vates, Benjamin Plog, Maiken Nedergaard, Univ of Rochester,
Rochester, NY
Poster Board Number P448 / Presentation Number TP448
High Residual Platelet Reactivity (hrpr) for Adenosine Diphosphate (adp)
Stimuli is a Determinant Factor for Long-term Outcomes in Acute Ischemic
Stroke With Anti-platelet Agents
Jae-Kwan Cha, Eun-Kyu Kim, Stroke Ctr, Busan, Korea, Republic of Primary
Poster Board Number P450 / Presentation Number TP450
Angiotensin II-induced Hypertension is Associated With Parenchymal Arteriole
and Posterior Cerebral Artery Remodeling and Reduced Cerebral Perfusion
Janice M Diaz-Otero, Kelsey Downs, Erika Sarno, William F Jackson, Anne M
Dorrance, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI
Poster Board Number P451 / Presentation Number TP451
Age-associated Changes in the Structure and Biomechanical Properties of
Parenchymal Arterioles
Janice M Diaz-Otero, William F Jackson, Anne M Dorrance, Michigan State Univ, East
Lansing, MI
Poster Board Number P452 / Presentation Number TP452
Systemic Inflammation Reverses Stroke-induced Changes in Astrocytic
Aquaporin-4 Expression
Ye Sun, Matthew D Howe, Monica Spychala, Rachael Rosow, Louise D McCullough,
Univ of Connecticut Health Ctr, Farmington, CT
Vascular Cognitive Impairment Posters II
TP453 – TP463
Poster Board Number P453 / Presentation Number TP453
Physical Inactivity Associated With Vascular Depression or Apathy Leads to
Hippocampal Atrophy and Memory Dysfunction in Community-dwelling Elderly
Subjects: The Sefuri Study
Hiroshi Yao, Natl Hosp Organization Hizen Psychiatric Ctr, Saga, Japan; Yuko Araki,
Shizuoka Univ, Hamamatsu, Japan; Yuki Takashima, Kohjiro Nogami, Natl Hosp
Organization Hizen Psychiatric Ctr, Saga, Japan; Akira Uchino, Saitama Medical Univ
Intl Medical Ctr, Saitama, Japan; Takefumi Yuzuriha, Manabu Hashimoto, Natl Hosp
Organization Hizen Psychiatric Ctr, Saga, Japan
Poster Board Number P454 / Presentation Number TP454
Hemostatic Biomarkers Succeed While Inflammatory Biomarkers Fail To
Differentiate Vascular Dementia From Alzheimer’S Disease
Venugopalan Y Vishnu, Manish Modi, Vivek Kumar Garg, Manju Mohanty, Manoj
Kumar Goyal, Dheeraj Khurana, Bhagwant Rai Mittal, Vivek Lal, Sudesh Prabhakar,
PGIMER, Chandigarh, Chandigarh, India
Poster Board Number P456 / Presentation Number TP456
Coated-platelets Levels After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Predict Postdischarge Short-term Cognitive Outcome
Bappaditya Ray, Vijay M Pandav, Eleanor A Mathews, David M Thompson, Aminata
A Traore, Shuchi Chaudhary, Bradley N Bohnstedt, George L Dale, Calin I Prodan, The
Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences, Oklahoma City, OK Primary
Poster Board Number P457 / Presentation Number TP457
Brain Functional Alterations in Patients With Leukoaraiosis Associated Mild
Cognitive Impairment
Na Li, Yu Mei Zhang, Yong Jun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number P458 / Presentation Number TP458
Is There “Crosstalk” Between Intracranial Arterial Pathologies and Small
Vessel Disease??
Gregoire Boulouis, Andreas Charidimou, Eitan Auriel, Kellen E Haley, Ellis S van Etten,
Panagiotis Fotiadis, Yael D Reijmer, Grace A Riley, Anastasia Vashkevich, Thomas M
Gomes II, Alison Ayres, Kristin M Schwab, Sergi Martinez-Ramirez, Joshua N Goldstein,
Anand Viswanathan, Steven M Greenberg, Mahmut Edip Gurol, Massachusetts
General Hosp Stroke Res Ctr, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P459 / Presentation Number TP459
Higher Coated-Platelet Levels in Patients with Acute Stroke are Associated
with Lower Cognitive Performance at 3 Months
Angelia C Kirkpatrick, Julie A Stoner, Eleanor Mathews, George L Dale, Calin I Prodan,
Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences Ctr, Oklahoma City, OK
Poster Board Number P460 / Presentation Number TP460
Dominant Imaging Markers for Post Stroke Cognitive Performance in the
TABASCO Study
Efrat Kliper, Einor Ben Assayag, Dafna Ben-Bashat, Eitan Auriel, Shani Shenhar-Tsarfaty,
Ludmila Shopin, Jeremy Molad, Estelle Seyman, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Ctr,
Tel-Aviv, Israel; Amos D Korczyn, Sackler Faculty of Med, Tel Aviv Univ, Tel-Aviv, Israel,
Tel-Aviv, Israel; Natan M Bornstein, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Ctr, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Poster Board Number P461 / Presentation Number TP461
Carotid Intima-Media Thickness and Cognition: The Northern Manhattan Study
Michelle R Caunca, Hannah Gardener, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL;
Palma Gervasi-Franklin, Ying Kuen Cheung, Mitchell S Elkind, Columbia Univ, New
York, NY; Ralph L Sacco, Tatjana Rundek, Clinton B Wright, Univ of Miami Miller Sch
of Med, Miami, FL
Poster Board Number P462 / Presentation Number TP462
Cognitive Profile of Non-demented Cerebral Amlyoid Angiopathy Patients
Li Xiong, Sigurros Davidsdottir, Roongpiboonsopit Duangnapa, Massachusetts
General Hosp, Boston, MA; Sekh Thanprasertsuk, Chulalongkorn Univ, Bankok,
Thailand; Panagiotis Fotiadis, Andreas Charidimou, Alison M Ayres, Yael Reijmer,
Ashkan Shoamanesh, Sergi Martinez-Ramirez, Mahmut Edip Gurol, Deborah Blacker,
Steven Greenberg, Anand Viswanathan, Massachusetts General Hosp, Boston, MA
Poster Board Number P463 / Presentation Number TP463
TLR2 Knockout Prevents Diabetes-induced Increase in Cerebral Perfusion and
Decreases Fear Response
Trevor Hardigan, Caterina Hernandez, Adviye Ergul, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA
Poster Board Number P455 / Presentation Number TP455
Treatment With Trifluoromethoxyphenyl-3 (1propionylpiperidin-4-yl) Urea
Improves Cognitive Functions and Endothelium Dependent Dilation in
Penetrating Arterioles From Hypertensive Rats With Bilateral Common Carotid
Stenosis
Nusrat Matin, Courtney Fisher, Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI; Bruce
Hammock, Univ of California – Davis, Davis, CA; William F Jackson, Anne M Dorrance,
Michigan State Univ, East Lansing, MI
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Poster Board Number CTP6 / Presentation Number CTP6
The FRONTIER Trial: Field Randomization of NA-1 Treatment in
Early Responders
Laurie Morrison, St Michael’s Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada; Richard H Swartz, Sunnybrook HSC, Toronto, ON, Canada; Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada;
Paul Raftis, Garrie Wright, Gary McAuley, Toronto Paramedic Services, Toronto, ON,
Canada; Richard Verbeek, Sheldon Cheskes, Sunnybrook Ctr for Prehospital Med,
Toronto, ON, Canada; Peter Dundas, Priya Kakar, Gordon Neville, Peel Regional Paramedic Services, Mississauga, ON, Canada; Jim Christenson, Univ of British Columbia,
Vancouver, BC, Canada; Devin Harris, Stroke Services British Columbia, Vancouver,
BC, Canada; Paul R Leslie, William Dick, British Columbia Emergency Health Services,
Vancouver, BC, Canada; Daniel Selchen, St Michael’s Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada;
Leanne Casaubon, Toronto Western Hosp, Toronto, ON, Canada; Manu Mehdiratta,
Yael Perez, Trillium Health Partners, Mississauga, ON, Canada; Oscar Benavente,
Vancouver General Hosp, Vancouver, ON, Canada; Michael Tymianski, Univ of Toronto,
Toronto, ON, Canada
ONGOING CLINICAL TRIALS ABSTRACTS
POSTER SESSION II
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
6:15 PM – 6:45 PM
HALL H
Ongoing Clinical Trials Posters II
CTP1 – CTP52
Poster Board Number CTP1 / Presentation Number CTP1
Stroke Hyperglycemia Insulin Network Effort (SHINE) Trial
Karen C Johnston, Amy Fansler, Univ of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Poster Board Number CTP2 / Presentation Number CTP2
Randomized Evaluation of Low-dose tPA and Intensive Blood Pressure
Lowering in Acute Ischemic Stroke: The ENCHANTED Trial
Craig Anderson, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW, Australia; Pablo
Lavados, Clinica Alemana-Univ del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile; Vijay K Sharma, Natl
Univ Hosp, Singapore, Singapore; Yining Huang, Peking Univ First Hosp, Beijing,
China; Nguyen H Thang, 115 Hosp, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam; Thompson Robinson,
Univ of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom; Tsong-Hai Lee, Chang Gung Memorial
Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan; Jong Sun Kim, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of;
Richard Lindley, Hisatomi Arima, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW,
Australia; Mark Parsons, Christopher Levi, John Hunter Hosp, Univ of Newcastle,
Newcastle, Australia; Sheila O Martins, Hosp das Clinicas Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre,
Brazil; The ENCHANTED Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP3 / Presentation Number CTP3
Tenecteplase versus Alteplase for Stroke Thrombolysis Evaluation Trial
Jelle Demeestere, Mark Parsons, Andrew Bivard, John Hunter Hosp, Newcastle,
Australia; Bruce Campbell, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Melbourne, Australia; Patrick
McElduff, John Hunter Hosp, Newcastle, Australia; Chung Y Hsu, China Medical Univ
Hosp and Graduate Inst of Clinical Medical Science, Taichung, Taiwan; Ken Butcher,
Div of Neurology, Univ of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada; Christopher Bladin, Florey
Inst of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia; Richard Lindley,
Sydney Medical Sch-Westmead Hosp and The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney,
Australia; Werner Hacke, Dept of Neurology, Heidelberg Univ Hosp, Heidelberg,
Germany; Gregory Albers, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Stanford Univ Medical Ctr, Stanford,
CA; Henry Ma, Phan Than, Dept of Med, Monash Univ, Melbourne, Australia; Carlos
Molina, Dept of Neurology, Hosp Vall d’Hebron-Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; Vincent
Thijs, Stroke Dept, Austin Health, Melbourne, Australia; Geoffrey Donnan, Florey
Inst of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Melbourne, Australia; Stephen Davis,
Royal Melbourne Hosp, Melbourne, Australia; Christopher Levi, John Hunter Hosp,
Newcastle, Australia
Poster Board Number CTP4 / Presentation Number CTP4
Carotid Revascularization Endarterectomy vs Stenting Trial (CREST):
Presentation and Publication of Up To 10-year Results
Alice J Sheffet, Rutgers, The State Univ of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical Sch,
Newark, NJ; George Howard, Virginia Howard, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham,
Birmingham, AL; Ariane Mackey, CHU de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, QC, Canada;
William Brooks, Baptist Health Lexington, Lexington, KY; Michael D Hill, Univ of
Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada; Judith Lichtman, Yale Univ, New Haven, CT; Jenifer
H Voeks, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Susan Hughes, MeeLee
Tom, Linda Flaxman, Rutgers, The State Univ of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical
Sch, Newark, NJ; Mary Longbottom, James Meschia, Thomas G Brott, for the CREST
Investigators, Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, FL
Poster Board Number CTP5 / Presentation Number CTP5
Carotid Revascularization and Medical Management for Asymptomatic Carotid
Stenosis: CREST-2 Update
James F Meschia, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL; Brajesh K Lal, Univ of
Maryland Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; George Howard, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; Gary S Roubin, Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast,
Birmingham, AL; Robert D Brown Jr, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Rochester, MN; Kevin
M Barrett, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL; Seemant Chaturvedi, Univ of
Miami, Miami, FL; Marc I Chimowitz, MUSC, Charleston, SC; Bart M Demaerschalk,
Mayo Clinic Arizona, Phoenix, AZ; Virginia J Howard, Univ of Alabama at Birmingham,
Birmingham, AL; John Huston III, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Rochester, MN; Ronald M
Lazar, Columbia Univ Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Wesley S Moore, UCLA Medical
Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Claudia Scala Moy, NIH NINDS, Bethesda, MD; Tanya N Turan,
Jenifer H Voeks, MUSC, Charleston, SC; Thomas G Brott, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, FL Primary
Poster Board Number CTP7 / Presentation Number CTP7
The ENhanced Control of Hypertension ANd Thrombolysis strokE stuDy
(ENCHANTED): Arm B – Randomized Evaluation of Intensive Blood Pressure
Lowering in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Craig Anderson, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW, Australia; Pablo
Lavados, Clinica Alemana-Univ del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile; Vijay K Sharma, Natl
Univ Hosp, Singapore, Singapore; Yining Huang, Peking Univ First Hosp, Beijing,
China; Nguyen H Thang, 115 Hosp, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam; Thompson Robinson,
Univ of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom; Tsong-Hai Lee, Chang Gung Memorial
Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan; Jong Sun Kim, Asan Medical Ctr, Seoul, Korea, Republic of;
Richard Lindley, Hisatomi Arima, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW,
Australia; Mark Parsons, Christopher Levi, John Hunter Hosp, Univ of Newcastle,
Newcastle, Australia; Sheila O Martins, Hosp das Clinicas Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre,
Brazil; The ENCHANTED Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP8 / Presentation Number CTP8
Triple Antiplatelets for Reducing Dependency After Ischaemic Stroke (TARDIS)
A Randomised Controlled Trial
Jason Appleton, Margaret Adrian, Diane Havard, Joanne Keeling, James Kirby, Lisa
Woodhouse, Jennifer Smithson, Michael Stringer, James Longmate, Katie Robson,
Nikola Sprigg, Philip M Bath, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number CTP9 / Presentation Number CTP9
NAVIGATE ESUS: Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind, Phase III Trial of
Rivaroxaban vs Aspirin for the Prevention of Recurrent Stroke and Systemic
Embolism in Patients with Recent Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source
Scott E Kasner, Univ of Pennsylvania, Philadephia, PA; Angel Chamorro, Univ of
Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; Michal Bar, Univ of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic;
Joan Marti-Fabregas, Hosp de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain; Gustavo
Santo, Univ of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal; Meritxell Gomis, Hosp Univri Germans
Trias i Pujol, Badalona, Spain; Helmi Lutsep, Oregon Health and Science Univ,
Portland, OR; Mukul Sharma, McMaster Univ / Population Health Res Inst, Hamilton,
ON, Canada; Peter Dioszeghy, Josa Andras Hosp, Nyiregyhaza, Hungary; Calin Pater,
Bayer Healthcare, Leverkusen, Germany; Hardi Mundl, Bayer Healthcare, Wuppertal,
Germany; Scott D Berkowitz, Bayer Healthcare, Whippany, NJ; Ashkan Shoamanesh,
Stuart J Connolly, McMaster Univ / Population Health Res Inst, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number CTP10 / Presentation Number CTP10
TEMPO-2: Tenecteplase For Minor Ischemic Stroke With Proven Acute
Symptomatic Occlusion Trial-2
Shelagh B Coutts, Carol Kenney, Amy Ying Xin Yu, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB,
Canada; Mark Parsons, John Hunter Hosp, Newcastle, Australia; Peter J Kelly, Neurovascular Unit for Neurovascular Unit for Translational and Therapeutics Res, Dublin,
Ireland; Michael D Hill, Univ of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
Poster Board Number CTP11 / Presentation Number CTP11
DEFUSE 3
Gregory W Albers, Maarten Lansberg, Stephanie Kemp, Soren Christensen, Jenny
Tsai, Michael Mlynash, Sun Kim, Greg Zaharchuck, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Palo Alto,
CA; Sharon Yeatts, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Max Wintermark,
Roland Bammer, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Palo Alto, CA; Yuko Palesch, Medical Univ
of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Phil Lavori, Stanford Dept of Biomedical Data
Science, Palo Alto, CA; Joseph P Broderick, Univ of Cinncinati, Cinncinati, OH; Michael
Marks, Stanford Stroke Ctr, Palo Alto, CA; on behalf of the DEFUSE 3 Investigators
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Poster Board Number CTP12 / Presentation Number CTP12
Thrombolysis for Acute Wake-up and Unclear-onset Strokes With Alteplase at
06mg/kg (THAWS) Trial: An Update
Masatoshi Koga, Kazunori Toyoda, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita Osaka,
Japan; Kazumi Kimura, Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan; Haruko Yamamoto, Natl
Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita Osaka, Japan; Makoto Sasaki, Iwate Medical
Univ, Morioka, Japan; Hamasaki Toshimitsu, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr,
Suita Osaka, Japan; Takanari Kitazono, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka, Japan; Junya Aoki,
Nippon Medical Sch, Tokyo, Japan; Kenta Seki, Toshihiro Ide, Sohei Yoshimura, Kazuo
Minematsu, Natl Cerebral and Cardiovascular Ctr, Suita Osaka, Japan
Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr;, Los Angeles, CA; Shlee Song, Cedars-Sinai
Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Shinyi Wu, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles,
CA; Phyllis Willis, Watts Labor Community Action Committee, Los Angeles, CA;
Lilian Moreno, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Beatrice
Martinez, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr; Harbor-UCLA Medical Ctr, Los
Angeles, CA; Cynthia Munoz, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Los Angeles,
CA; Mireya Macias, Tom Bailey, Worker Education and Resource Ctr, Los Angeles, CA;
Adam Richards, Frances Barry, Univ of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
Valerie Hill, Univ of Southern California; Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr;,
Los Angeles, CA; Brian Mittm
Poster Board Number CTP13 / Presentation Number CTP13
The ECASS-4: ExTEND Study
Peter A Ringleb, Univ Hosp, Heidelberg, Germany; ECASS-4 Steering Committee
Poster Board Number CTP19 / Presentation Number CTP19
New Generation Hydrogel Endovascular Aneurysm Treatment Trial
Jennifer D Ward, Byron K Yip, Northwestern Univ, Chicago, IL; Rami J Aoun, Mithum G
Sattur, Bernard R Bendok, Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, AZ
Poster Board Number CTP14 / Presentation Number CTP14
A Randomized, Open-label, Active-Controlled and Blinded-Endpoint Trial
Comparing the Antiplatelet Effects of Ticagrelor Plus Aspirin Versus
Clopidogrel Plus Aspirin in Chinese Patients With High-risk Transient Ischemic
Attack or Minor Stroke
Weiqi Chen, Capital Medcal Univ, Beijing tiantan hospital, Beijing, China; Yi Lin, Dept
of Neurology and Inst of Neurology, First Affiliated Hosp, Fujian Medical Univ, Fuzhou,
China; Xia Meng, Yilong Wang, Yongjun Wang, Capital Medcal Univ, Beijing tiantan
hospital, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number CTP15 / Presentation Number CTP15
Head Position in Stroke Trial (HeadPoST): an International Cluster
Randomized Trial
Pablo M Lavados, Paula Muñoz-Venturelli, Verónica V Olavarría, Alejandro M Brunser,
Clínica Alemana de Santiago, Univ del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile; Octavio Pontes,
Hosp das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto, Univ of Sao Paulo,
Sao Paulo, Brazil; Hisatomi Arima, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW,
Australia; Maree Hackett, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydnew NSW, Australia;
Joyce Lim, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW, Australia; Sandy Middleton, Nursing Res Inst, Australian Catholic Univ & St Vincent’s Health, Sydney NSW,
Australia; Caroline Watkins, Univ of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom;
Thompson Robinson, The George Inst for Global Health, University of Leicester, United
Kingdom; Bin Peng, Liying Cui, Peking Union Medical Coll Hosp, Chinese Academic
Medical Science, Beijing, China; Tsong Hai Lee, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hosp,
Taoyuan, Taiwan; Ruey-Tay Lin, Kaohsiung Medical Univ Chung-Ho Memorial Hosp,
Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Craig Anderson, The George Inst for Global Health, Sydney NSW,
Australia; The HeadPoST Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP16 / Presentation Number CTP16
TICH-2 Trial – Tranexamic Acid for Intracerebral Haemorrhage 2
Philip M Bath, Jason Appleton, Hayley Foster, Margaret Adrian, Michael Stringer,
James Longmate, Joanne Keeling, James Kirby, Jennifer Smithson, Polly Scutt,
Katie Robson, Nikola Sprigg, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number CTP17 / Presentation Number CTP17
A European, Multicentre, Phase III, Clinical Trial of Hypothermia for Acute
Ischaemic Stroke: EuroHYP-1
Philip M Bath, Jennifer Smithson, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom;
Ken Lees, Univ of Glasgow, Inst of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, Glasgow,
United Kingdom; Malcolm Macleod, Univ of Edinburgh, Ctr of Clinical Brain Sciences,
Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Bart van der Worp, Univ Medical Ctr, Dept of Neurology,
Utrecht, Netherlands; Derk W Krieger, Univ of Copenhagen, Dept of Neurology, Copenhagen, Denmark; Jesper Petersson, Skane Univ Hosp, Dept of Neurology, Malmö,
Sweden; Dimitre Staykov, Stefan Schwab, Univ of Erlangen, Dept of Neurology,
Erlangen, Germany; Nikola Sprigg, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number CTP18 / Presentation Number CTP18
Secondary Stroke Prevention by Uniting Community and Chronic Care Model
Teams Early to End Disparities: The SUCCEED Trial
Amytis Towfighi, Univ of Southern California; Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation
Ctr;, Los Angeles, CA; Monica Ayala-Rivera, Theresa Sivers-Teixeira, Rancho Los
Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Elizabeth Mojarro-Huang, Los
Angeles County-Univ of Southern California Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Magaly
Ramirez, Univ of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Heather McCreath, Univ of
California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Jeremy Wacksman, Dimagi, Inc, Los
Angeles, CA; Eric M Cheng, Univ of California at Los Angeles; Veterans Admin Greater
Los Angeles Healthcare System, Los Angeles, CA; Jamie Tran, Olive View-UCLA
Medical Ctr, Sylmar, CA; Ana Montoya, 6Olive View-UCLA Medical Ctr, Sylmar, CA;
Marilyn Corrales, Rancho Los Amigos Natl Rehabilitation Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Nerses
Sanossian, Univ of Southern California; Los Angeles Count – Univ of Southern
California Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Ali Razmara, Univ of California at Irvine,
Irvine, CA; Robert Bryg, Neal Rao, Univ of California at Los Angeles; Olive View-UCLA
Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Bijal Mehta, Univ of California at Los Angeles; HarborUCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Tara Dutta, Univ of Southern California; Rancho
Poster Board Number CTP20 / Presentation Number CTP20
Atrial Fibrillation Trial to Evaluate Real-world Procedures for Unearthing Its
Location After Stroke Events (AFTER-PULSE): Study Protocol
Meng Lee, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Puzi, Taiwan; Wen-Yi
Huang, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Keelong, Taiwan; SungChun Tang, Natl Taiwan Univ Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan; Sheng-Feng Sung, Chiayi Christian
Hosp, Chiayi, Taiwan; Jann-Der Lee, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial
Hosp, Puzi, Taiwan; Tsong-Hai Lee, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial
Hosp, Linkou, Taiwan; Yung-Sung Huang, Buddhist Dalin Tzu Chi General Hosp,
Chiayi, Taiwan; Jiann-Shing Jeng, Natl Taiwan Univ Hosp, Taipei, Taiwan; Chang-Min
Chung, Yi-Ling Wu, Chang Gung Univ and Chang Gung Memorial Hosp, Puzi, Taiwan;
Bruce Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Poster Board Number CTP21 / Presentation Number CTP21
Tailored Hospital-based Risk Reduction to Impede Vascular Events After
Stroke (THRIVES)
Bruce Ovbiagele, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Rufus Akinyemi,
Oyedunni Arulogun, Univ of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Raelle
Saulson, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Ezinne Uvere, Mayowa
Owolabi, Univ of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria; THRIVES Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP22 / Presentation Number CTP22
Extending the Time for Thombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits –
The EXTEND Trial
Henry Ma, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Insts and Monash Univ,
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Bruce C Campbell, Dept of Med, Royal Melbourne
Hosp, Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Mark Parsons, Chris Levi,
Priority Res Ctr for Brain and Mental Health Res, John Hunter Hosp, Univ of Newcastle,
Newcastle, NSW, Australia; Leonid Churilov, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health
Insts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Chung Y Hsu, Dept of Neurology, China Medical
Univ and Graduate Inst of Clinical Medical Science, China Medical Univ, Taichung,
Taiwan; Stephen M Davis, Dept of Neurology, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Univ of
Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Geoffery A Donnan, Florey Neuroscience
and Mental Health Insts, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; EXTEND Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP23 / Presentation Number CTP23
Intracerebral Hemorrhage Deferoxamine Trial
Caroline Feigert, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr, Boston, MA; Sharon Yeatts,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Claudia Moy, NINDS, Bethesda, MD;
Aaron Perlmutter, Andre Thornhill, Catherine Dillon, Lydia Foster, Medical Univ of
South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Magdy Selim, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Ctr,
Boston, MA
Poster Board Number CTP24 / Presentation Number CTP24
Rapid Intervention With Glyceryl Trinitrate in Hypertensive Stroke Trial-2
(RIGHT-2): Safety and Efficacy of Transdermal Glyceryl Trinitrate, a Nitric
Oxide Donor
Mark Dixon, Jason Appleton, Timothy England, Diane Havard, Harriet Howard, Univ of
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom; Malcolm Jarvis, Patient public representative on behalf of Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom; Alan Montgomery,
Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom; Stuart Pocock, London Sch of
Hygiene and Tropical Med, Dept of Medical Statistics, London, United Kingdom; John
Potter, Univ of East Anglia, Norwich Medical Sch, Norwich, United Kingdom; Christopher Price, Univ of Newcastle, The Medical Sch, Newcastle, United Kingdom; Tom
Robinson, Univ Hosp of Leicester, Dept of Cardiovascular Sciences, Leicester, United
Kingdom; Christine Roffe, Keele Univ, Inst of Science and Technology in Med, Keele,
United Kingdom; Niro Siriwardena, Univ of Lincoln, Sch of Health and Social Care,
Nottingham, United Kingdom; Nikola Sprigg, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham, United
Kingdom; Joanna M Wardlaw, Univ of Edinburgh, Ctr for Clinical Brain Sciences, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Philip M Bath, Polly Scutt, Univ of Nottingham, Nottingham,
United Kingdom
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Poster Board Number CTP25 / Presentation Number CTP25
Hospital Processes Reengineering of Intravenous Thrombolysis in Acute
Ischemic Stroke in China: PROMISE-CHINA
Dawei Dong, Mu Li, Yusheng Zhang, Lian Huang, The First Affiliated Hosp of Jinan
Univ, Guangzhou, China; Yilong Wang, Liping Liu, Beijing Tiantan Hosp of Capital
Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Yongjun Wang, Beijing Tiantan Hosp of Capital Medical
Univ, Beijing, China; Anding Xu, The First Affiliated Hosp of Jinan Univ, Guangzhou, China
Poster Board Number CTP26 / Presentation Number CTP26
An Interim Analysis of the SAfety and Effectiveness of the Treatment of Wide
Neck, Saccular IntracraniaL Aneurysms With the Neuroform Atlas™ Stent
System Trial On Behalf of the ATLAS Trial Investigators
Osama O Zaidat, St Vincent Mercy Hosp, Toledo, OH; Brian Jankowitz, Univ of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number CTP27 / Presentation Number CTP27
THE PRISMS TRIAL: A Phase 3b, Double-blind, Multicenter Study to Evaluate
the Efficacy and Safety of Alteplase in Patients With Mild Stroke
Pooja Khatri, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; The PRISMS Collaborators
Poster Board Number CTP28 / Presentation Number CTP28
DWI or CTP Assessment with Clinical Mismatch in the Triage of Wake Up and
Late Presenting Strokes Undergoing Neurointervention
Raul G Nogueira, Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Christine C Yang, Amelia J
Saliba, Stryker Neurovascular, Fremont, CA; DAWN Trialists; Tudor G Jovin, Univ of
Pittsburgh Medical Ctr, Pittsburgh, PA
Poster Board Number CTP29 / Presentation Number CTP29
Swipe out Stroke: Feasibility of Using Mobile Health Technology to Address the
Obesity Disparity in Minority Populations
Nneka L Ifejika, Farhaan Vahidy, Munachi N Okpala, Elizabeth A Noser, Chunyan Cai,
UTHSC Houston, Houston, TX; James C Grotta, Mischer Neuroscience Inst; Memorial
Hermann Hosp – Texas Medical Ctr, Houston, TX; Sean I Savitz, UTHSC Houston,
Houston, TX
Poster Board Number CTP30 / Presentation Number CTP30
NIH StrokeNet Trial Proposal Process
Joseph P Broderick, Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; Yuko Y Palesch, Wenle Zhao,
Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Claudia S Moy, Scott Janis, Natl Inst
of Neurological Disorders & Stroke, Rockville, MD
Poster Board Number CTP31 / Presentation Number CTP31
Remote Preconditioning Over Time to Empower Cerebral Tissue (REMPROTECT) Study
Latisha Katie Ali, Johanna L Avelar, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; David S Liebeskind, Neurovascular Imaging Res Core UCLA Dept of Neurology, Los Angeles, CA;
Jeffrey L Saver, UCLA Stroke Ctr, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number CTP32 / Presentation Number CTP32
Extending the time for Thrombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits –
Australasia Europe (EXTEND-AE)
Henry Ma, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Res Insts and Monash Univ,
Melbourne, Australia; Peter Ringleb, Neurologische Univsklinik Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany; Chung Y Hsu, China Medical Univ Hosp and Graduate Inst of Clinical
Medical Science, China Medical Univ, Taichung, Taiwan; Peter M Rothwell, Nuffield
Dept of Clinical Neurosciences, Univ of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom; Leonid
Churilov, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Res Insts, Melbourne, Australia;
Bruce Campbell, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Univ of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia;
Christopher Levi, Mark Parsons, John Hunter Hosp, Univ of Newcastle, Newcastle,
Australia; Atte Meretoja, Stephen M Davis, Royal Melbourne Hosp, Univ of Melbourne,
Melbourne, Australia; Werner Hacke, Univ of Heidelberg Medical Sch, Heidelberg,
Germany; Geoffory A Donnan, Florey Neuroscience and Mental Health Res Insts,
Melbourne, Australia; EXTEND-AE Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP33 / Presentation Number CTP33
The Metoclopramide and Selective Oral Decontamination for Avoiding
Pneumonia after Stroke (MAPS-2) Trial: A 2x2 Double-Blind, Randomized
Controlled Trial of Metoclopramide and Selective Oral Decontamination for the
Prevention of Pneumonia in Patients with
Christine Roffe, Univ Hosp of North Midlands NHS Trust, Stoke on Trent, United
Kingdom; Tracy Nevatte, Julius Sim, Keele Univ, Keele, United Kingdom; Anushka
Warusevitane, Univ Hosp of North Midlands NHS Trust, Stoke on Trent, United
Kingdom; Brinton Helliwell, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust,
Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom; Margot Gosney, Royal Berkshire NHS Fndn Trust,
Reading, United Kingdom; Benjamin Bray, Kings Coll London, London, United
Kingdom; Michael Harrison, Anglia Ruskin Univ, Chelmsford, United Kingdom; Adam
Jeans, Salford Royal NHS Fndn Trust, Salford, United Kingdom; Pelham Barton, Univ
of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom; Craig Smith, Salford Royal Fndn NHS
Trust, Salford, United Kingdom
Poster Board Number CTP34 / Presentation Number CTP34
Study Protocol of “Worth the Walk”: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Stroke
Risk Reduction Walking Intervention Among Minority Hypertensive Seniors in
Community Senior Centers
Daniel Araiza, Ivy Kwon, Brian Mittman, Honghu Liu, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Sarah
Song, Rush Univ Medical Ctr, Chicago, IL; Laura Trejo, Los Angeles City Dept of
Aging, Los Angeles, CA; Phyllis Willis, Watts Labor Community Action Committee,
Los Angeles, CA; John Kotick, Saint Barnabas Senior Services, Los Angeles, CA; Sina
Ma, Chinatown Service Ctr, Los Angeles, CA; Carol Lee Thorpe, Independent Living
Systems, Los Angeles, CA; Carmen Reyes, Catherine Sarkisian, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Poster Board Number CTP35 / Presentation Number CTP35
The Surpass™ Intracranial Aneurysm Embolization System Pivotal Trial to
Treat Large or Giant Wide Neck Aneurysms (SCENT Trial)
Mark Bain, Gabor Toth, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH; Philip Meyers, Coulmbia Univ,
New York, NY; Ricardo Hanel, Lyerly Neurosurgery, Jacksonville, FL Primary
Poster Board Number CTP36 / Presentation Number CTP36
Acute Video-oculography for Vertigo in Emergency Rooms for Rapid Triage
David E Newman-Toker, Vahid Eslami, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore,
MD; Jorge C Kattah, Univ of Illinois Coll of Med Peoria, Illinois, Peoria, IL; Kevin A
Kerber, Univ of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Mich, Ann Arbor, MI; Ari Blitz,
John P Carey, Daniel R Gold, Daniel A Herzka, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med,
Baltimore, MD; William J Meurer, Univ of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, Mich,
Ann Arbor, MI; William V Padula, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Sch of Public Health,
Guilford, CT; Richard E Rothman, Richard E Thompson, Zheyu Wang, David S Zee,
Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD; Jennifer Fowler, Univ of Michigan
Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Cynthia I Guede, Univ of Illinois
Coll of Med Peoria, Illinois, Peoria, IL; John W Hafner, OSF Saint Francis Medical Ctr,
Peoria, IL; Daniel McGillicuddy, St Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; Hardin
Pantle, Bayview Hosp, Johns Hopkins Univ Sch of Med,, Baltimore, MD; Joshua Betz,
Rachel Dlugash, Jennifer Houser, Maningbe Keita, Karen Lane, Vanessa A Llewellyn,
Ryan Majkowski, Steven Mayo, Nichol McBee, Andrew Mould, Daniel F Hanley, Johns
Hopkins Univ Sch of Med, Baltimore, MD
Poster Board Number CTP37 / Presentation Number CTP37
Electronic Decision Support for Improvement of Contemporary Therapy for
Stroke Prevention (EDICTS)
Seemant Chaturvedi, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Shyam Prabhakaran,
Northwestern Univ, Chicago, IL; Adam Kelly, Univ of Rochester, Rochester, NY; Amer
Malik, Univ of Miami Miller Sch of Med, Miami, FL; Lilly Lee, Jackson Memorial
Health System, Miami, FL; Gustavo Saposnik, Univ of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Poster Board Number CTP38 / Presentation Number CTP38
Insights on Selected Procoagulation Markers and Outcomes in Stroke Trials
(I-SPOT)
Nina T Gentile, A Koneti Rao, Hannah Reimer, Temple Univ, Philadelphia, PA; Askiel
Bruno, Georgia Regents Univ, Augusta, GA; Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, Medical Univ
of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; William Barsan, Univ of Michigan, Detroit, MI
Poster Board Number CTP39 / Presentation Number CTP39
Platelet-Oriented Inhibition in New TIA and Minor Ischemic Stroke (POINT) Trial
Clay Johnston, Univ of Texas Austin, Austin, TX; JDonald Easton, Anthony Kim, UCSF,
San Francisco, CA; Jordan Elm, Medical Univ of South Carolina, Charleston, SC; Mary
Farrant, UCSF, San Francisco, CA
Poster Board Number CTP40 / Presentation Number CTP40
Periodontal Treatment to Eliminate Minority Inequality and Rural Disparities
in Stroke (PREMIERS)
Souvik Sen, Lauren C Dennis, Erin M Suttman, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC;
Saundra Glover, James Hardin, Anwar T Merchant, Brian Chen, Univ of South
Carolina, Columbia, SC; David Hicklin, James Curtis, Cynthia Nichols, Palmetto Health
Dental Ctr, Columbia, SC; Steven Offenbacher, Carol Culver, Sherrill T Phillips, UNC
Sch of Dentistry, Chapel Hill, NC; William J Powers, David Y Huang, UNC Sch of Med,
Chapel Hill, NC; Sonia Davis, Sheila Burgard, UNC Collaborative Studies Coordinating
Ctr, Chapel Hill, NC
Poster Board Number CTP41 / Presentation Number CTP41
Eric Acute Stroke Recanalisation
Jens Fiehler, Univ Medical Ctr Hamburg Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany; Nils Forkert,
Hotchkiss Brain Institure, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jan-Hendrik Buhk, Andre Kemmling,
Goetz Thomalla, Univ Medical Ctr Hamburg Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany
Poster Board Number CTP42 / Presentation Number CTP42
BASE Biomarkers of Acute Stroke Etiology NCT02014896
Jeffrey June, Ischemia Care, Cincinnati, OH
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Poster Board Number CTP43 / Presentation Number CTP43
Critical Periods After Stroke Study (CPASS): A Phase II Trial
Alexander W Dromerick, Georgetown Univ/MedStar Natl Rehabilitation Network,
Washington, DC; Dorothy F Edwards, Univ of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI;
Matthew A Edwardson, Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC; Margot L Giannetti,
Jessica Barth, Kathaleen P Brady, Claire P Wilson, MedStar Natl Rehabilitation
Network, Washington, DC; Evan Chan, MedStar Health Res Inst, Hyattsville, MD;
Shashwati Geed, MedStar Natl Rehabilitation Network, Washington, DC; Ming T Tan,
Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC; Massimo S Fiandaca, Univ of California,Irvine,
Irvine, CA; Howard J Federoff, Univ of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA; Elissa L Newport,
Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC
Poster Board Number CTP44 / Presentation Number CTP44
Community Engagement for Early Recognition and Immediate Action in Stroke
(CEERIAS) Study
Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern Univ, Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Knitasha
Washington, Governors State Univ, University Park, IL; Erin Wymore, Northwestern
Univ, Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Peggy Jones, Illinois Critical Access Hosp
Network, Normal, IL; Amy Eisenstein, Namratha Kandula, Christopher T Richards, Jen
Brown, Northwestern Univ, Feinberg Sch of Med, Chicago, IL; Sarah Song, Rush Univ,
Chicago, IL; Maryann Mason, Soyang Kwon, Northwestern Univ, Feinberg Sch of Med,
Chicago, IL; Neelum Aggarwal, Rush Univ, Chicago, IL
Poster Board Number CTP45 / Presentation Number CTP45
Comparative Effectiveness of Treatment Options Using Propensity Score
Methods in Cervical Artery Dissection (COMPASS)
Neil Patel, Nikil Swamy, Ravish Kothari, Lauren C Dennis, Erin M Suttman, Souvik
Sen, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC
Poster Board Number CTP46 / Presentation Number CTP46
Mechanisms of early Recurrence in Intracranial Atherosclerotic Disease (MyRIAD)
David S Liebeskind, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; Shyam Prabhakaran, Northwestern
Univ, Chicago, CA; Iszet Campo-Bustillo, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; Qi Long, Emory
Univ, Atlanta, GA; Edward Feldmann, Baystate Medical Ctr, Springfield, MA; Jose G
Romano, Univ of Miami, Miami, FL; for the MyRIAD Investigators
Poster Board Number CTP47 / Presentation Number CTP47
Noninvasive Assessment of Fractional Flow Using Supercomputing Techniques
for Patients With Symptomatic Intracranial Stenosis
Yuehua Pu, Beijing Tiantan Hosp of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Jia Liu,
Shenzhen Insts of Advanced Technology, Chinese Acad of Sciences, Shenzhen, China;
Liping Liu, Zhongrong Miao, Yilong Wang, Xin Liu, Baixue Jia, Beijing Tiantan Hosp
of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China; Xiaochuan Cai, Shenzhen Insts of Advanced
Technology, Chinese Acad of Sciences, Shenzhen, China; Yongjun Wang, Beijing
Tiantan Hosp of Capital Medical Univ, Beijing, China
Poster Board Number CTP48 / Presentation Number CTP48
Prognostic Value of Endothelial Injury in Patients Undergoing Mechanical
Thrombectomy for Emergent Large Vessel Occlusion: A Prospective Registry
Lucas Elijovich, Adam Arthur, Daniel Hoit, Tommy Doss, Univ of Tennessee/SemmesMurphey Clinic, Memphis, TN; David Morris, Mid South Imaging and Therapeutics,
Memphis, TN; Andrey Belayev MD, Chris Nickele, Jay Vachhani, Univ of Tennessee/
Semmes-Murphey Clinic, Memphis, TN; Edward Hord, Juan M Cardenas, Cirquest Labs,
Memphis, TN; Lisa K Jennings, Univ of Tennessee Dept of Internal Med, Memphis, TN
Poster Board Number CTP49 / Presentation Number CTP49
Change in Antiplatelet Therapy in Prevention of Secondary Stroke (CAPS2)
Ravish Kothari, Neil Patel, Nikil Swamy, Lauren C Dennis, Erin M Suttman, Souvik
Sen, USC Sch of Med, Columbia, SC
Poster Board Number CTP50 / Presentation Number CTP50
Memantine for Enhancement of Stroke Motor Recovery
Alicia Bennett, KC Brennan, Edward DiBella, Ganesh Adluru, Lorie Richards, Jennifer
J Majersik, Univ of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Poster Board Number CTP51 / Presentation Number CTP51
HEALS (Healthy Eating And Lifestyle after Stroke): A Pilot Trial of a
Multidisciplinary Lifestyle Intervention Program for Stroke Survivors
Valerie Hill, Rancho Los Amigos, Downey, CA Primary
Poster Board Number CTP52 / Presentation Number CTP52
Systematic Evaluation of Patients TReated with Neurothrombectomy Devices
for AcuTe Ischemic Stroke (STRATIS) Registry
Nils H Mueller-Kronast, Delray Medical Ctr/Tenet South Florida, Delray Beach, FL; Ali
Aziz-Sultan, Brigham and Women’s Hosp, Boston, MA; Michael T Froehler, Vanderbilt
Univ Medical Ctr, Nashville, TN; Reza Jahan, UCLA Medical Ctr, Los Angeles, CA;
Richard P Klucznik, Methodist Hosp, Houston, TX; Jeffrey L Saver, Univ of California
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA; Osama O Zaidat, St Vincent Mercy Hosp, Toledo, OH;
Dileep R Yavagal, Univ of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hosp, Miami, FL
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ABSTRACT AUTHOR INDEX
The following index lists all abstract authors alphabetically by last name and provides the publishing number (listed to the right of each abstract title) of the associated
abstract. If an abstract number is in bold, the author is presenting that abstract.
Aarnio, Karoliina WP143
Abdelhamid, Nour TP71, TP296,
AbdelRazek, Mahmoud TP71
Abdelsaid, Mohammed WP273, TP279,
TP441
Abdul, Yasir 221, TP277
Abdul Sultan, Alyshah 140
Abe, Arata WP118 TP64
Abe, Koji WMP37
Abe, Soichiro TMP44, TMP47
Abe, Yukiko WMP119
Abedi, Vida 166
Abilleira, Sonia WMP69
Abou-Chebl, Alex WP35
Abouelleil, Mohamed WP435
Abraham, M G WMP8
Abraham, Michael 202, WP31, TP320,
TP403
Abramyuk, Andrij WP233
Abrigo, Jill WP123
Abrivard, Marie WP32, TP13, TP26
Abrol, Tapan 180, WP84
Abruzzo, Todd TP2
Abud, Daniel G WP214, TP46, TP213
Abumiya, Takeo
9, WP110,
WP112, TP234
Acar, Bilgehan 96
Acker, Michael WP353
Ackerley, Suzanne J 112
Acosta, Indrani WP245
Adachi, Hidemitsu TP87
Adams, Andrea 26
Adams, Harold P LB1, TP168
Adams, Robert J TP308, WMP55
Adamski, Mateusz G WP425
Adar, Sara D TP167
Adelman, Eric E TMP66, TP329
Adeoye, Ope TP160
Adeoye, Opeolu
126, 136, 149,
182, WP144, WP7,
WP232, WP305, TMP10,
TMP5, TMP72, TP164,
TP2, TP371
Adibi, Amin 11, WP338
Adil, Malik M 100
Adkins, Chris WMP111
Adluru, Ganesh CTP50
Adrian, Margaret CTP16, CTP8
Afonso, Luis Henrique C TP46
Afzal, Mohammad R 119, WP13, WP86,
TP28, TP166,
TP318, TP439
Agarwal, Sachin LB4, TP53
Aggarwal, Neelum CTP44, TP79
Aggarwal, Sudhir 199
Aghaebrahim, Amin TP11, TP18, TP309,
WP1, WP15, WP8
Agis, Daniel WP135
Ago, Tetsuro TP207
Agrawal, Kunal TP302
Aguilar Tabora, LG WP243
Aguilar-Tabora, Giselle 25
Ahmad, Abdullah TP260
Ahmad, Azeemuddin WP249
Ahmad, Haroon TP12
Ahmed, Heba WP101, WP113
Ahn, Jae Sung WP87
Ahn, Jae-Sung TP352
Ahn, Seong Hwan WMP23, WP230,
TP190, TP220
Ahn, Yoo-Been TP198
Ahnstedt, Hilda 171
Ahrendsen, Jared T 70
Ahrens, Christine TP429
Ai, Youxi TMP55, TP257
Aida, Toshimitsu TP234
Aitken, Kinga WP334
Aja, Lucia LB16
Ajani, Zahra A 161, WP331, WP367
Ajmo, Craig T WP268
Akam, Eftitan Y WMP68
Aked, Joseph TMP28
Akers, Amy 53
Akhtar, Naveed 6, 57, 158, WP3,
WP34, WMP11, WMP17
Akhtar, Sarah WP350
Akinboro, Oladimeji WP328, WP340
Akinseye, Oluwaseun TP188
Akinyemi, Rufus CTP21, WP206
Akioka, Naoki 101
Akoudad, Saloua 120, TP171
Akpalu, Albert WP206
Alahmad, Abraham TP104
Ala’i, Sherita WP332
Al-ajlan, Fahad TP14
Al-Ajlan, Fahad S TP45
Al AlShaikh, Sukainah TP430
Alamri, Abdullah S TMP101
Alaraj, Ali WP435
Albadareen, Rawan TP320
Al-Bayati, Alhamza R WP8, WP15,
TP11, TP309
Albers, Gregory W 6, 67, 57, 155,
158, 160, 200, LB21,
CTP3, CTP11, WMP6,
WMP11, WMP13, WMP16,
WMP17, WMP21, WP25,
WP29, WP34, WP58,
TP38, TP302, TP50
Alberts, Mark J TP237, WP72
Albright, Karen C 148, WMP31, WMP74,
WP248, WP346, WP348,
WP416, TMP8, TMP104, TP30, TP56,
TP78, TP345, TP440
Albucher, Jean François WP362, WMP93, WMP95
Aldrich, Francois 190
Alessio-Alves, Frederico F TP213, TP46, WP214
Aletich, Victor WP227, WP435
Alexander, David 107
Alexandrov, Andrei V 37, 135, 166, 178,
204, 37, LB3, NS4, NS6,
WP233, WP28, WP373,
TMP1, TMP100, TMP17,
TP218, TP4, TP83
Alexandrov, Ann W TMP1
Alexandrov, Anne NS10
Alexandrov, Anne W 135, 166, 178, 204,
37, NS4, NS6, WP28,
WP383, TMP100, TMP17,
TP218, TP83
Alexeeff, Stacey WMP52
Alfonso, Rodel TP81, WMP71
Alger, Jeffry R 161
Ali, Latisha 82, TMP15, TMP23,
TP119, TP81, WP131,
WP138, WP242
Ali, Latisha K CTP31, WMP71, WMP81
WMP108, WP46, TMP63
Ali, Sherry TP260
Ali, Syed F 118, 176, WMP32,
WP294, TP306
Ali, Syed I TP294
Alibhai, Shabbir WP306
Alkayed, Nabil J LBP1
Allen, Elizabeth WP387
Allen, Evan WP244, WP245
Almgren, Peter TP163
AlMohanna, Falah
WP256
Almond, Christopher S MP99
Alonso de Leciñana, María TP96
Alonzo, Claudia WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Alper, Seth L WP269
Alqahtani, Saeed TP60
Al-Senani, Fahmi WP256
Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam WMP85, WP436
Al-Shardan, Muhammad WP256
Alshekhlee, A WMP8
Alshekhlee, Amer WP31
Althouse, Andrew WP169
Alturki, Abdulrahman TMP101
Alves, Monique B TP390
Alwell, Kathleen 49, WP7, WP144,
WP177, WP190, WP232,
WP305, TMP10, TP160,
TP164, TP371
Alwell, Kathleen A 136
Amal Raj, Jude V WMP120
Amar, Arun WP56, WMP5
Amarenco, Pierre WP52
Amaro Jr, Edson WP49
Ambekar, Sudheer TP95
Ambrosius, Walter 108
Ambrosius, Walter T WP311
Amiguet, Michael TP421
Amin-Hanjani, Sepideh 16, 20, WP227,
WP435
Ammirati, Giuseppe WP20
Amoozegar, Jacqueline TP285, TP307
Amoupyel, Philippe 88
An, Hongyu 35, WMP20,
WMP97, WP47
An, Kyungeh W P252, TP415
An, Sang Joon WP369, TP145,
TP196, TP325
An, Seong-Hwan 110
An, Sunho WP275
Anandaram, Sanjay TP333
Ancliffe, Jacqueline TMP27
Ander, Bradley P WP370
Andersen, John 30
Anderson, Aaron 156, WMP67 TP27
Anderson, Christopher D 125, WP358,
TMP113, TP236, TP372
Anderson, Craig CTP15, CTP2, CTP7,
WMP85, WMP91,
TMP33, TP363
Anderson, David WMP66
Anderson, Thomas L TMP87
Ando, Yukio WP60, WP62
Andrade, Alisson L WP219
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Andrade, Andrea 34, WP411
Andres, Kathleen WP413
Andrews, Howard LB5, WP44
Andrie, Rebecca WP317
Androulakis, XM TP179
Andrusin, Jeanne WP152, WP195
Andsberg, Gunnar TP163
Ang, Timothy LBP8, LB20
Angle, Mark TMP101
Anker, Kim TP392
Ankrom, Christy TP319
Ansari, Safdar WMP76, TP350
Ansari, Sameer A WMP116
Antonenko, Kateryna WMP79
Antzoulatos, Eleni TP440
Aoki, Junya CTP12, WP118,
WP68, TP64, TP74
Aoun, Rami J CTP19
Aparicio, Hugo 46
Aparicio, Hugo J 41
Appleton, Jason CTP16, CTP24, CTP8
Aragon, Rebeca LB5
Arai, Ayumi TP221
Araiza, Daniel CTP34
Arakawa, Yoshiki TP230
Araki, Yuko TP453
Arango, Audrey P310, TP397,
WMP12, WP2
Aras, Roque WP219
Arauz, Antonio 154, WMP117, WP224
Arch, Allison E TP240, WMP71
Arenillas, Juan F 105
Arhuidese, Isibor 102, TMP21, TP115
Arihiro, Shoji TMP92, WP168, WP188
Arima, Hisatomi CTP15, CTP2,
CTP7, WMP85, WMP91
Arimura, Koich TP87
Arling, Greg TP175, TP402
Armon, Carmel 205, WP228
Armstead, William 172
Armstrong, Derek WMP105, WP411, WP412, WP413
Armstrong, Kevin S WP206
Armstrong-Wells, Jennifer WP406
Arnold, Corey W WP41
Arnold, Magdalena LB2
Arnold, Marcel 205, WP228
Arora, Kanika WMP74, WP198,
WP346, TMP7, TP345
Arora, Rohan 209, WP231
Arroyo, Lorena P235, TP251
Arsava, Ethem Murat 96, WP226
Artham, Sandeep WP101
Arthur, Adam CTP48, WMP4,
TMP1, TMP100, TP4
Aruga, Toru WMP33, WP283,
WP94, TP323, TP434
Arulogun, Oyedunni CTP21
Arveiler, Dominique 88
Arvidsson, Andreas TMP28
Asaithambi, Ganesh WP238, TP248
Asano, Sho WP419
Asdaghi, Negar WP285, TMP67, TP315
Ashley, William W 192
Askalan, Rand WMP105, WP412,
WP413
Asllani, Iris TP446
ASPIRE investigators, 117
Assiri, Abdullah M WP256
Aswendt, Markus TP263
Atchaneeyasakul, Kunakorn TMP32,
TP95
ATTEND Collaborative Group, TMP33
Au, Lisa 168
Au, Lisa WC WP121
Auchus, Alexander P 71
Audebert, Heinrich J 179
Auerbach, Sanford H 41
Auriel, Eitan 121, WMP89,
TP458, TP460
Austin, Curt TP402
Austin, Peter WP306
Austin, Tommye WP376, WP379, TP404
Avelar, Johanna L CTP31
Avelar, Wagner M WMP73
Aviv, Richard I TP44, WMP92
Awad, Issam 56, 215, 216, 217,
LB13, WMP86, WMP87,
WMP96, TP365, TP376
Awosika, Oluwole O 122
Ay, Hakan 176, 85
Ayala, Carma WP175
Ayala-Rivera, Monica CTP18, TMP87
Aycock, Dawn M 23
Ayres, Alison 47, 85, 121, 122,
124, 125, WMP88,
WMP89, WP174,
WP358, WP415, TMP113,
TP372, TP458
Aytemir, Kudret WP226
Azevedo-Pereira, Ricardo L TMP49
Aziz-Sultan, Ali CTP52
B01-02 Investigators, 177, 71, LB19
Backhaus, Roland 118
Badawy, Mohammad TMP101
Bae, Hee-Joon TP200, TP205, TP304,
TP356, WMP61, WP18,
WP180, WP342, WP76
Bae, Jae-Han WP211
Baek, Byung Hyun PPS4, WP5
Baek, Jang-Hyun P275
Baek, Janghyun WP213
Baek, Jonggyu TMP64, TMP66, TP142
Bahit, Maria Cecilia LBP6
Bahouth, Mona N WMP84
Bai, Helin Daniel WP53
Bai, Hui-Yu WP264, WP266
Bailey, Mark LB8
Bailey, Tom CTP18
Bain, Mark 18, CTP35, TP94
Baird, Grayson TP369
Bajgur, Suhas 202, TMP74
Bake, Shameena 131, WMP42
Baker, David WP72
Baker, Emily W 130, TP109
Baker, Wesley WP339
Bakitas, Marie WP348
Bakradze, Ekaterina TP375
Balamurugan, Appathurai TP243
Balch, Maria H H WP79
Balián, Natalia TP202
Balshaw, Robert TMP95
Baltan, Selva WP103
Balu, Niranjan WP120
Balucani, Clotilde 78, WP137
Bammer, Roland 158, 57, 6, CTP11,
WMP11, WMP17,
WP34, TP38
Ban, Lu 140
Banerjee, Paul WP244, WP245
Bang, Oh Young WP23, WP280,
TP118, TP123, TP14
Banville, Jacques 75, WP263
Bao, Chen WP111
Bao, Xiaolei WP319
Bar, Michal CTP9
Baraban, Elizabeth WP363, TP420
Baradaran, Hediyeh 97, WP192
Barazangi, Nobl TP1
Barber, P A 112, 77
Barber, Peter A WP181, WP405
Barber, Phillip A TMP117, TP43,
TP55, TP57
Barboza, Miguel A 154, WP224
Barker, Peter TP357
Barker-Collo, Suzanne WP405
Barlinn, Kristian 81, WP233, WP344,
TMP1, TMP41, TP162
Barna, Amy TP408
Barnard, Amy TP386
Barnaure, Isabelle TP39
Baron, Jean-Claude TMP56
Baroni, Maria V TP202
Bar-Or, David 97, WP12, WP77,
TP7, TP16, TP80
Barr, Taura TMP80
Barral, Matthias TP13
Barranco, Roger TP63, WP439
Barreira, Clara M A WP214, TP46, TP213
Barreto, Andrew LB3, TP326, TP327
Barreto-Neto, Nestor WP219
Barrett, Kevin M CTP5
Barrilleaux, Wendy WP387, TP418
Barrios, Gustavo
TP235, TP251
Barrios-Anderson, Adriel TP342
Barros, Guilherme 8
Barry, Frances CTP18, WP179, TMP87
Barsan, William CTP38
Bartels, Dorothee TP428
Barth, Jessica CTP43
Barton, Pelham CTP33
Basignani, Cherlynn WP244, WP245
Basir, Ghazala WP359
Bassaganya-Riera, Josep 166
Bastian, Chinthasagar WP103
Batchelor, Connor TP44, TP45
Bates, Janet 80
Bath, Philip M 140, CTP16, CTP17,
CTP24, CTP8, WP349,
WP361, WP418, TP364
Batista, André TP29
Battey, Thomas W K WMP24, WMP88
Bautista, Alex 69
Bavarsad Shahripour, Reza WP198,
TP345, TP56
Baxter, Blaise 2, 5, 201, WP36,
TP14, TP25
Baye, Fitsum TP165, TP175, TP212
Bayley, Mark WP141
Bazan, Carlos WP166
Bazan, Nicolas G TP97
Beal, Jennifer WP389
Beanes, Sylvia TMP87
Beasley, T Mark WP416
Beaulieu, Christian 214, TP373
Beaute, Jeanette WMP98
Becerril, Mayra WMP117, WP224
Beck, Judi 27
Beck, Judith M WMP59
Becker, Diane M WP434
Becker, J Alex 48, WMP90
Becker, Kyra LB22
Becker, Lewis C WP434
Bedard, Catherine 67
Bedenk, Ann TP1
Behme, Daniel TP242
Behnke, Nico LB2, TP215, TP233
Behrouz, Reza 150
Beichler, Kristen WP396
Beiser, Alexa
46
Beiser, Alexa B WP165
Beiser, Alexa S 120, 49
Bekelis, Kimon 86
Belagaje, Samir 156, WMP67,
TP18, TP27
Belayev, Andrey CTP48
Belayev, Ludmila TP97
Bellamy, Lisa 113, TP409
Beller, Lesta TP382
Beltran, Cesar T
P266
Benashski, Sharon E WP270
Ben Assayag, Einor TP460
Benavente, Oscar CTP6, WP166, TP184
Benavente, Oscar R 219, WP160
Ben-Bashat, Dafna TP460
Bendok, Bernard R CTP19
Bendszus, Martin LB14
Benesch, Curtis TP287
Ben Hassen, Wagih TMP105
Bennett, Alicia CTP50, WMP76,
WP334, TP350
Bennett, Ari TP116
Bennion, Douglas M TMP58, TP214
Benson, Lee 34
Benson, Ricard T WP57
Benson, Richard TMP116, TP60
Benson, Richard T WMP19,
WMP35, TP65
Beppu, Mikiya TP87
Berger, Lynn D 25, WP20, WP243
Berger, Paul A 137, TP161
Berkefeld, Joachim TP9
Berkhemer, Olvert A 1, 4, LB18,
LB7, WP22
Berkowitz, Dan E 170
Berkowitz, Scott D CTP9
Bernal, Teresa WP439
Bernard, Timothy J WMP104, WP406
Bernatowicz, Rodica TP68
Bernert, Silke WP155
Bernhardt, Julie 76, 153, TMP27
Bernstein, Richard WP140, TP332
Bernstein, Richard A 177, 213
Berry, Jack TMP49
Berumen, Joseph TP404
Beslow, Lauren A 31, LB6,
LB24, WMP88
Betancourt, Andres TP235, TP251
Betensky, Rebecca LB17, LB23
Bettger, Janet P WMP34, WP319, TP305
Betz, Joshua CTP36
Beumer, Debbie 1, 4, LB18, WP22
Bey, Julie WP341
Beyer, Alexander B PPS2
Beyersdorf, Friedhelm TP84
Bhakta, Nimisha TP237
Bhasin, Ashu WP146
Bhat, Ninad WP25
Bhatia, Rohit WMP92, WP146
Bhatt, Deepak 114, 115, 165,
WMP32, WMP34, TMP9,
TMP89, TP305, TP306
Bhatta, Deen WP437
Bhole, Rohini 135, TP218
Bhuiyan, Mariam TP357, WMP86
Bhuiyan, Mohammad Iqbal H WP269
Bhute, Vijesh J WP257
Bi, Xiaoming TP219
Bianchi, Matt 85
Bianchi, Nicolas TP243
Bibbins-Domingo, Kirsten WMP36, WP158
Bibok, Maximilian B TMP95
— 116 —
Biby, Sharon NS4
Bider, Zoe
WP331
Biffi, Alessandro 122, 125,
WP358, TMP113
Bihl, Ji WP108
Bilal, Muhammad F 180, WP84
Bilello, Michel WP353
Biles, Diadra
TMP75
Billinger, Sandra A TMP35
Billinghurst, Lori L 31
Bilston, Lisa 92
Binkley, Michael 35, WMP97
Binning, M WMP8
Biondi, Alessandra 52
Birn, Rasmus TP154
Birnbaum, Lee WP382, TP412, TP291
Birschmann, Ingvild 164
Bishop, Laura 108, WP311
Bishop, Nicole 171
Bitrus, Randy WP350
Bivard, Andrew CTP3, LB20,
LBP8, TP41
Bix, Gregory J 64, 66, WP426
Blackburn, Justin WP293, WP416
Blacker, Deborah TP462
Blacquiere, Dylan TMP83
Bladin, Chris F WP127
Bladin, Christopher CTP3
Blanc, Raphaël WMP2, WP32,
TP13, TP26
Blas, Yolanda Silva WMP92
Blasco, Jordi LB16
Blatsioris, Ashley D TP377
Bleck, Thomas WP317
Bleise, Carlos TP86
Blevins, Jason TP314
Bliss, Tonya TMP49
Blitz, Ari CTP36
Blixen, Carol WP421
Blizzard, Leigh 89, WMP53
Block, Starr 113, TP328
Blockley, Nicholas 63
Blom, Mathias LBP7
Blum, Christina A WP182, WP352
Bluma, Dot TP400
Blumenstock, Gunnar 164
Boada, Richard WP406
Boan, Andrea D WP206
Bobak, Martin 88
Bobo, Bonita 113, TP328, WP323
Bobrow, Dylan TP192
Bock, Josh TP292
Bodechtel, Ulf 81, WP233, WP344,
TMP1, TMP41, TP162
Boden-Albala, Bernadette WP187,
WP333, WP44,
TP147, TP183
Boehme, Amelia 211, WP160,
WP248, TP344, TP345
Boehme, Amelia K WMP80, WP44,
WP157, WP170, WP185,
WP194, WP200, WP209,
WP346, WP352, TMP7,
TP177, TP193,
TP199, TP359
Boesen, Mari TP44, TP45
Bogaerts, Annelies TP106
Bogiatzi, Chrysa 204
Bognar, Katalin WP284
Bogner, Anna 27
Bohner, Georg TP9
Bohnstedt, Bradley N TP456
Bohorquez, Stephania TP235, TP251
Boitano, Paul D 67, WP282, TP275
Bokkers, Reinoud WP39, WP57
Bolem, Nagarjun WMP110
Bombois, Stéphanie 43
Bonafé, Alain 2, LB7, LB18, LB21,
WMP6, WMP13, WP17,
WP36, TP25, TP50
Boned, Sandra 58, TP49, WP397
Bonner, Julie P429
Bonneville, Fabrice WMP93, WMP95,
WP362
Bontempi, Bruno WP279
Book, Diane WP422
Boor, Stephan TP9
Booth, Katrina 148
Borgert, Andrew P164
Bormann, Albrecht TP9
Bornstein, Natan M TP460
Borowsky, Leila H WP302, WP303,
TMP90
Borrego Guerrero, Brenda LBP6
Borst, Jord 4
Borte, Berna WP249
Bosch, Jackie TP222
Bostwick, Jeffery 175
Botts, Emily D WP291
Boulanger, Jean-Martin WMP92
Boulouis, Gregoire 43, 95, 121, LB17,
LB23, WMP14, WMP89,
WP43, TMP105,
TP458, TP70
Boulouis, Gregroire WP38
Bourgoin, Aline TMP83, WP324
Bouts, Mark J R J WP38
Bouvier, Michel 175, WP263
Boviatsis, Efstathios TMP100, TMP17
Bowen, Meredith WP6
Bowling, Susana M LB19
Bowry, Ritvij PPS3, TP362, WMP64
Boyer, Morgan TP413
Boyle, Shona WP184
Boyne, Pierce TP143
Bozeman, Andrea TP313
Bozkurt, Meih WP132
Bozorgchami, Hormozd TP131
Bozorgui, Shima TP288, TP319
Bracard, Serge 7, TP29
Bracho, Jorge 211
Brackman, Jennifer M
WP396
Bradley, William G
TP59
Brady, Kathaleen P CTP43
Bragin, Denis E WMP48, WP276
Bragina, Olga A WMP48, WP276
Brain Health, Inc CTP99
Brainin, Michael WP420
Brain Smarts, LB135
Brain Vascular Malformation
Consortium HHT
Investigator Group 50
Brandler, Ethan S WP248
Brandt, Cynthia WP199
Brannick, Michael TP313
Branson, Helen WP413
Brar, Jaskiran WMP12, WP2, WP71,
TP24, TP32, TP35,
TP88, TP310, TP397
Brasher, Cynthia WMP67, WP429, TMP75
Brass, Lawrence M LB1
Bravata, Dawn M TP165, TP175,
TP212, TP402
Bray, Benjamin 150, 152, CTP33, TP178
Breen, Christopher R 143
Breen, Joan WP152, WP195
Bremer, Jane A TP411
Brennan, KC CTP50
Brennan, Kelli TMP75
Brescacín, Laura WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Bresson, Damien TMP105
Briggs, Farren B TP358
Brinjikji, Waleed TP31, WP11, WP48
Brinza, Ellen K 18
Briscoe, David P244
Broderick, Joseph P 159, 182, 185,
CTP11, CTP30, WMP3,
WMP26, WP190, WP25,
WP78, TMP5, TMP10,
TP2, TP72, TP164
Bronstein, Ben R WP437
Brook, Robert D WP163
Brooks, Olivia W TP261, WP437
Brooks, William H CTP4, LB10, TP131
Brotons, Angel TP254
Brott, Thomas G 15, CTP5, LB10,
WP332, TMP10, TMP24,
TP131, TP338
Brott, for the CREST CTP4
Investigators, Thomas G Brouwers, Bart H TP372
Brouwers, H B WMP89
Brown, Aliza TP243
Brown, Arleen F WP179
Brown, Craig E 132
Brown, Devin WP163
Brown, Gwen WP389
Brown, Jen CTP44
Brown, Kristin TP326, TP327
Brown, Martin LB9, PPS1
Brown, Robert TMP42
Brown, Robert D CTP5, WP334
Brown, Tyler A TP65
Bruce Ovbiagele CTP21, WP206
Bruckmann, Nils-Martin WP337
Brunecker, Peter TP47
Brunet, Sylvain WP103
Brunner, Clement TMP56
Bruno, Askiel CTP38
Brunser, Alejandro M CTP15
Bruzzone, Maria J TP295
Bryant, Katja, WP429, TMP75, TP392
Bryg, Robert J CTP18, TMP87,
WP179
Bryndziar, Tomas WMP108
Bucher, Kasey L WP254
Buchmann, Sylvia J WP344
Buck, Brian WMP82, WMP83,
WP222, WP229
Buckner, Paula TP407
Budzik, R F WMP8
Budzik, Ron WP31
Bugbee, Erin TMP65
Buhk, Jan-Hendrik CTP41
Bui, Alex A T WP41
Buitrago-Blanco, Manuel WMP7, TP81
Bukovskaya, Yana WP327
Buletko, Andrew B 79, TP429
Bulic, Sebina WP56
Buller, Benjamin 68
Bulut, Cem WP386
Buompadre, Maria C WP413
Buonanno, Ferdinando TMP43, TP426,
TP443
Burch, Danielle WP155
Burgard, Sheila CTP40
Burgen, Denise M TMP77
Burgin, W S TMP67, TP315
Burgin, William Scott TP313
Burgio, Kathryn WP348
Burke, James WP330
Burke, James F 181, 187, WP299,
WP318, TP329
Burnett, Molly M WP246, TMP97
Burns, Jo-Ann TP252
Burns, Kathleen TP419
Burns, Paul A TP14
Burshtein, Reuben D 209
Burton, Tina M WMP35
Busby, Leslie N WP401
Bushnell, Cheryl 22, 108, WP297,
WP311, TMP36, TMP70
Bussiere, Miguel WMP83
Bussmeyer, Matthias TP9
Butcher, Kenneth 117, 214, CTP3,
WMP82, WMP83, WP222,
WP229, TP73, TP373
Butler, Mark TP425
Byblow, Winston D 112, 77
Bykowski, Julie TP59
Byrne, James WMP29
Bystrek, Laura 180, WP84
Cabero, Jord 58, TP49
Cacioppa, Laura TP124
Cadilhac, Dominique 89, WMP53
Cage, Jamie WP421
Cahill, Elizabeth A WP246, TMP97
Cai, Chunyan CTP29, LB3, WMP64,
WP402, TP33, TP326,
TP327, TP362
Cai, Lipeng TMP3, TP268
Cai, Xiaochuan CTP47
Cai, Xuemei 211
Cai, Yiling 19
Caldera, Kristin TMP25
Calderon, Jackellyne TMP79
Caliguri, Dennis 24
Callejo, Mario F WP263
Calviere, Lionel WMP93, WMP95, WP362
Camarata, Paul TP365
Camera, Luis WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Cameron, Jill I WP298
Camilo, Millene R TP213, TP46, WP214
Camp, Debbie WP214, TP244
Camp, Deborah TMP75
Campbell, Bruce 3, CTP3, CTP32, WP17
Campbell, Bruce C V 59, 62,
CTP22, LB18, LB7
Campbell, Evvy H WP161, TP185
Campbell, Jonathan WP330
Campbell, Morgan S TMP66
Campeau, Stephen TMP117
Campo, Nelly TP116
Campo-Bustillo, Iszet CTP46
Candelario-Jalil, Eduardo TMP58
Cánovas, David
WMP69
Canpolat, Ugur WP226
Cantonis, Matt WP20
Cantú-Brito, Carlos 154
Cao, Jennifer WP402
Caplan, Louis R TP173, WP227
Capozzi, Lori 94
Caputo, Lisa M 197, TP80
Carcel, Cheryl MP91
Cardenas, Juan M CTP48
Cardona, Pedro WP439, TP63
Cardona, Pere LB16, LB7, WMP69
Carey, John P CTP36
Carey, Leeane 59, 62
Carl, Daniel TP143
Carle, Trevor WMP70
Carlson, Helen L TMP117
Carmichael, S Thomas
TP96
Carniato, Sarena L TP261
Carolei, Antonio LB1
Caron, Jean-Louis TP412, WP382
— 117 —
Carrasquillo, Olveen P285
Carrazco, Claire E WP231
Carrera, Caty WMP113
Carroll, Constance WP199
Carroll, John WP422
Carrozzella, Janice 159, WMP3
Carsolio, Lisa 30
Carter, Jacqueline TMP73
Carter, Ravan J L TP377
Cartrett, Karen WP321
Cary, Stephen P L 67
Casallas, Adriana TP235, TP251
Casaubon, Leanne CTP6, WP306
Case, Erin WP163, TMP66
Caso, Valeria PPS1, WMP79, TMP6
Castano, Carlos LB7, LB16
Castaño, Carlos TP19
Castillo, Janice 212
Castle, Amy L WP238, TP248
Castonguay, A WMP8
Castonguay, Alicia WP31, WP35
Catalan Stroke Code and WMP69
Reperfusion Consortium
(Ca, t-SCR)
Catanese, Luciana WP166, TP21
Catena, Ester WP439
Catto, Marília B WP219
Caudill, Nita TP244
Caunca, Michelle R TP461
Cayuela, Nuria TP63, WP439
Cazolla, Vanessa WMP95
Cazzola, Vanessa WMP93, WP362
Cebral, Juan 13, WMP27, TP86
Cella, David WP140, TP332
Cen, Steven TP77, WMP5
Cendoroglo, Miguel TP390
Ceratto, Rosana 12
Cerejo, Russell
18
Cesana, Giancarlo 88
Cespedes, Sandino
91
Cha, Brannon WP58
Cha, Jae Kwan 110, WP18, TP205
Cha, Jae-Kwan WMP61, WP76,
WP180, TP200,
TP304, TP448
Cha, Jihoon WP280, TP118, TP123
Chacon, Tatiana WP393
Chahal, Harina WP71, TP35, TP88
Chai, Wei-Lu WP255
Chair, SY NS7
Chakraborty, Santanu WP37
Chalmers, John WMP85, WMP91
Chalouhi, Nohra 8, 10
Chambard, Megan TP307
Chambers, Chase TP100
Chambless, Lloyd E 88
Chamorro, Angel CTP9, LB16, LB7
Chan, Anne 168
Chan, Anne YY WP121
Chan, Bernard P L 208, 220,
WMP110, WP125
Chan, Evan CTP43
Chan, Lung WP126
Chan, Michael TP140
Chan, Siu-Lung 223
Chan, Vicky TP155
Chancellor, Bree TP37
Chandler, Kristen V TP245
Chandra, Bhartendu WP125
Chandra, Ronil 59
Chang, Anping TMP62
Chang, Che-Feng TP257
Chang, Dae-Il 110
Chang, Hui-Meng TP139
Chang, Ih LB22
Chang, Jason 166, 204, WP28,
TMP100, TP83
Chang, Jason J WP373, TP4
Chang, Jun Young 157, TP437
Chang, Tiffany WP288
Chang, Won Hyuk P150
Chang, Yuchiao WP302, WP303, TMP90
Chan Yip, Carmen WH NS7
Chapman Smith, Sherita
TP250
Chappell, Michael 63
Charbel, Fady WP227, WP435
Charbel for the VERiTAS 16, 20
Study Group, Fady T
Charbonneau, Jamie TP141
Charidimou, Andreas 85, 121, 122,
WMP89, WP357,
TP458, TP462
Chase, Melissa TP391
Chatfield, Fiona 82, 83
Chatterjee, Anjan TP72
Chaturvedi, Seemant 211, CTP37, CTP5, LB10, PPS1, WMP49,
TP175, TP212
Chaubal, Varun WP84
Chaudhary, Shuchi TP456
Chaudhry, Burhan TP318
Chaudhry, Saqib A WMP7, WP13, WP86,
TP127, TP318, TP439
Chaudry, M Imran TP5
Chauhan, Anjali 65, WMP45, TMP53
Chauhan, Nabeel P294
Chaumrattanakul, Utairat WP215
Chavarria-Medina, Monica WMP117,
WP224
Chee, Christina TP92
Chee, Young-Heng WP125
Chelluboina, Bharath TP101
Chen, Brian CTP40
Chen, Celia S
TP297
Chen, Charlene TP1
chen, Chen TP270
Chen, Chien-Hsiun TP134
Chen, Chih-Hao TP367
Chen, Jian TP8
Chen, Jieli WMP38, WMP44
Chen, Jin-Tao WP125
Chen, Jun 42, 147, TP264
Chen, Kai TP156
Chen, Liang-Kung 45
Chen, Lu TP381
Chen, Michael WMP116
Chen, Mo TMP13
Chen, Ning WP394
Chen, Patrick TP333
Chen, Peng R 202
Chen, Qiaoling WP367
Chen, Qingmeng WMP18
Chen, Sheau-Chiann
WP417, TMP93
Chen, Shuzhen WP108
Chen, Weiqi CTP14
Chen, Wen-Liang WP255
Chen, Wenwu TMP52
Chen, Xian 51
Chen, Xiangyan 21, WP301, TMP22
Chen, Y E 145
Chen, Ya-Fang 23, WP414
Chen, Yan TP75
Chen, Yanfang WP108
Chen, Yanting WP104
Chen, Yasheng WMP20
Chen, Yen-Ting WP126
Chen, Ying-An WP414
Chen, Yuan-Tsong TP134
Cheng, Bastian WP55
Cheng, Eric TP175
Cheng, Eric M CTP18, WP179,
TMP87, TP152
Cheng, Michelle 69, TP263
Cheng, Michelle Y WP106
Cheng, Natalie T WP246
Cheng, Roger PPS5
Chentoufi, Aziz A WP256
Cheong, Jin Sung TP112
Cherian, Laurel WP307, TP292
Cherian, Rejo P TP429
Cherkassky, Georgy WP373
Cherry-Allen, Kendra M TMP31
Cheruvu, Lata TP297
Chervin, Kathleen TP149
Cheskes, Sheldon CTP6
Cheung, Angela WP306
Cheung, Donna
LB8, TP417
Cheung, Ken LB5, TP446
Cheung, Wing Lee WP100
Cheung, Ying K WMP56
Cheung, Ying Kuen TP461
Chew, Chrislynn 189
Chhabra, Arun TP81
Chhatbar, Pratik Y 72, 74, WMP55
Chi, Nai-Fang
WP126
Chien, Aichi WMP30, WP89, TP91
Chien, Jui-Hong WP431
Chimowitz, Marc I 99, 103, 105,
CTP5, TMP39, TP184
Chin, Masaki TP232
Chin, Terrence A WMP52
Ching, Marilou TP296
Ching, Raina NS7, TP195
Chiquete, Erwin 154
Chiras, Jacques WMP118
Chiu, David 71, 177, B19
Chiu, Shao-Wen TMP86
Chlopicki, Stefan WP425
Cho, Ki-Hyun WMP61
Cho, Kihyun WP80
Cho, Kwang Ho
TP112
Cho, Kyung-Hee
TP209
Cho, Suin TP265
Cho, Sung-Min 39, 40, TP358
Cho, Sunghee TMP57, TP266
Cho, Yeon Hee WP280
Cho, Yong-Jin WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Choe, Hana TP14
Choe, Hanna WP280
Choi, Hanna
TP123
Choi, Hojin TP103
Choi, Hyun-Jung WP275
Choi, In-Young WP265
Choi, Jay Chol WMP9, WMP61,
WP18, WP76, TP304
Choi, Kang-Ho WP76, TP304
Choi, Kangho WP18, WP80
Choi, KC NS7
Choi, Nack-Cheon WP424
Choi, Philip M C 117
Choi, Sungmin WP80
Choi, Won Cheol TP265
Choi-Kwon, Smi 110, NS8
Chollet, Francois WP362
Chollet, François WMP93, WMP95
Chompoopong, Pitcha TP133
Choo, In Sung WP230
Chopp, Michael 68, 127, 146, WMP38,
WMP39, WMP41,
WMP44, WP100,
WP102, TMP60
Choquet, Hélène 53
Chou, Chun-An WP21
Chou, Daisy TP272
Chow, Ning WMP110
Christenen, Soren 62
Christensen, Anders WP40
Christensen, Hanne LB14, WP40
Christensen, Soren 6, 57, 59, 158, 160,
CTP11, WMP11, WMP17,
WP34, WP58, TP38
Christenson, Jim CTP6
Christie, Anita WMP72, TP249, TP300
Chu, Yi 10
Chua, Michelle 195
Chudyk, Jorge 12
Chueh, Ju-Yu WP437, TP261
Chugtai, Morad
TP166
Chukwuneke, Florence TP310, TP397
Chung, BongJae 13, TP86
Chung, Chang-Min
CTP20
Chung, Chih-Ping 45
Chung, Chin-Sang WP23, WP280,
TP118, TP123
Chung, Hsu Y 62
Chung, Ji Yeon WP230
Chung, Jin-Heon 157
Chung, Jong-Won WP280, TP118,
TP123, TP200
Chung, Lee TP48, TP58
Chung, Pil-Wook WP438
Church, Ephraim W TMP108
Churchill, Nathan WP150
Churilov, Leonid 3, 59, 62, 76,
TP123,
153, CTP22, CTP32,
WMP101, TMP27
Ciccio, Gabriele WMP2, WP32,
TP13, TP26
Ciechanski, Patrick
30
Cieri, Enrico
TMP6, TP124, TP354
Ciliberti-Vargas, Maria A WP285, TMP67,
TP315
Cimflova, Petra WP53
Cines, Douglas 72
Cipolla, Marilyn 171, 223
Cipriano, Lauren LBP6
Clarençon, Frédéric WMP118
Clarito, Lyn A WP327
Clark, Judith 41
Clark, Patricia C 23
Clark, Wayne LB1
Clark, Wayne M 71, 177, LB10,
LB19, TMP24
Clarke, Philippa J WP318
Clayton, Alana TP326, TP327
CLEAR III Investigators, LB12, LB13,
WMP96
Clermont, Allen C WP281
Clifton, Andrew LB9
Cline, Beth WP376, TP404
Cline, Kristen G 28
Cloft, Harry 99, 105, WP11,
WP48, TP31
Cloonan, Lisa WMP14, WP162,
WP43
Cloud, Geoffrey 150, 152, TP178
Coan, Ana C WMP73
Coban, Hamza WP107
Cobo, Erik LB16, WP27
Coca, Steven TP240
Cochran, John W TP75, WP289
Cockburn, Neil TP51
Cockroft, Kevin M TMP108
Cognard, Christophe
LB21, WMP6,
WMP13, WMP93, WMP95,
WP362, TP50
Cognard, Cristoph LB15
— 118 —
Cohan, Charles H TP98
Cohen, Abigail S WMP14, WP43
Cohen, Ashley LB8
Cohen, David WP349
Cohen, David J LB21
Cohen, Fred WP322, WP329
Cohen, Leonardo G LB8
Cohen, Wendy TP21
Cohen-Gadol, Aaron A TP377
Cole, Gregory
WP262
Cole, Sara TP241, TP311
Cole, Steven P TP287
Colello, Anna WP157, WP185, TP287
Coleman, Elisheva R WP144
Colin, Jeffrey WP263
Colín, Jonathan 154
Colla Machado, Pedro E WP196, TP422
Collier, Janice 76, 153, TMP27
Collier, Lisa A WP268
Collins, Lester 205, WP228
Collins, Scott TP369
Colon-Zimmerman, Kari WP421
Comeau, Mary TP359, WP357
Commerford, S R WP284
Concato, John TP165, TP175
Concha, Mauricio LB4, TP53
Condon, Christina N 22
Conely, Pamela B 212
Conen, David LB2
Connelly, Alan 59, 62
Connely, Kerrin TMP75
Conners, James WP307, WP317, TP292
Connolly, Mark J TMP23, TP119
Connolly, Stuart J 212, CTP9
Conway, Sarah TP282
Conway, Sarah E 94
Conwit, Robin 82, 83, 163, 82,
83, LB1, WP239, WP242,
WP250, WP438, TMP12,
TMP63, TP366
Conwit, Robin 78
Cook, Larry WMP63
Cooke, Daniel L TP311
Cool, Josephine WP203
Cool, Josephine A WP194
Cooper, Stephanie TMP74, TP326, TP327
Copen, William A LB17, WMP14,
WP38, WP43
Coppola, Mariano LBP6
Coppola, VIctoria WP401
Corado, Carlos WP140, TP332
Corbett, Adrian M WP79
Cordiner, James 143
Cordonnier, Charlotte 43, 52
Cornwall, Danielle 182
Corrales, Marilyn CTP18
Correa, Cristian TP235, TP251
Correia, Pamela N TP421
Coscojuela, Pilar 58, TP49
Cosse, Millie TMP110
Cossey, T C TP288, TP319
Cote, Jack TP250
Cotsonis, George A 99, 103, 105,
TMP39, TP184
Cotter, Amanda TP69
Cougo-Pinto, Pedro T LB17, WMP14,
WP214, TP213, TP46
Coull, Bruce M LB1
Coutinho, Jonathan M WP36, TMP46
Coutts, Shelagh B 92, 117,
CTP10, TMP117
Cowperthwaite, Matthew TP181
Cox, Margueritte 115, WMP34,
TMP9, TP351
Coxon, James P 77
Coxson, Pamela G WP158
Craig, David TP313
Cram, Peter WP306
Cramer, Steven C TP155
Creelman, Carly A WP153
Creutzfeldt, Claire WP345
Cribbs, David H TP276
Crijnen, Yvette WP22
CRISP Investigators, 158
Cristiano, Edgardo WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Croley, Jennifer TP392
Crowther, Mark 12
Cruchaga, Carlos WMP113
Cruden, Patrick 71
Crumlish, Annemarie TP296
Crump, Lauren TMP37, TP336
Cruz-Flores, Salvador WP393, TP133
Cruz-Torres, Ivelisse 142
Cucchiara, Brett WP354, TP12
Cui, Chengcheng WMP44
Cui, Lili WP109
Cui, Liying CTP15, WMP114, WP183
Cui, Xu WMP38, WMP44
Cui, Yischeng WP100
Cui, Yisheng 127, WMP38
Cullison, Kaylie WMP19
Culp, William C TP243
Culver, Carol
CTP40
Cunningham, William E CTP18, TMP87
Curfman, David WP236
Curnutte, John T 212
Curran, Yvonne WP140, TP332
Currie, Lillian
TP389
Curtis, Colleen 29
Curtis, James CTP40
Curtze, Sami WP240, WP296,
WP70, TMP119
Cushman, Mary TMP120, TP192
Cutting, Shawna WP307, TP292
Cyprich, Janelle WP209, TP193, TP199
Czaban, Iwona WP425
Czlonkowska, Anna WMP92
Dabus, Guilherme WMP4
Dachenhausen, Alexandra WP420
D’Agostino, Ralph 108, WP311
Dahabreh, Issa J WP197
Dahlberg, Katie W TP69
Dahmani, Chihebeddine WMP119
Dai, Daying WMP27
Daignault, Gabrielle L TP384
Daily, Deval WP317
Dale, George L 193, TP120,
TP456, TP459
Dallalzadeh, Liane O WP303
Daly, Janis WP149
Daly, Janis J 73
Damush, Teresa TP212, TP402
Dandapat, Sudeepta
TP168
Daneault, Nicole TP29
Dang, Alex
TP102, WP99
Dani, Dhimant TP433
Daniel, Joshua TP310, TP88
Daniels, Josh WP71
Dannenbaum, Mark 202
Danziger, Keri TMP76
Daou, Badih 8
Darehed, David LBP7
Darine, Kassar TP133
Darsaut, Tim E TP29
Darsie, Brendan 80
Dávalos, Anoni WP26
Davalos, Antoni LB16, LB18,
LB7, TP19
Davalos, Antoni WP17
Dávalos, Antoni WP27, WP36, WMP69
Dave, Kunjan R TP98
Davidsdottir, Sigurros TP462
Davies, Leo WMP85
Davies, Owen TP297
Davis, Adam TP37
Davis, Brittaine
106, 206
Davis, Cameron L WP135
Davis, Charles 107
Davis, Sonia CTP40
Davis, Stephanie M WP268
Davis, Stephen 3, CTP3, LB18, WP17
Davis, Stephen M 59, 62, CTP22,
CTP32, LB7
Davis, Tina 67
DAWN Trialists CTP28
Dawson, Jesse 143, LB3, WMP94,
WP184, TP430
Day, Jason TMP51
Dean, Naeem 117
DeAngelis, Lisa M TP192
Dearborn, Jennifer L TP423
Debarre, Mathieu WMP118
Debenham, Ellen TP308
de Boysson, Hubert 95
DeCarli, Charles 46, 49, 120, 46,
WP176, TMP112
DeCarvalho, Briana TP24
Deckert, Stefanie 81
Deel, Julie WP391
de Figueiredo, Marcelo M WP49
DEFUSE 2 Investigators, WP58
Degos, Vincent WMP118
DeGraba, Thomas 224
Deguchi, Kentaro WMP37
Deguzman, Isabel TP326
Deguzman, Maria TP327
DeGuzman, Maria I TMP74
de Havenon, Adam WMP76, WP334,
TP350, TP48, TP58
Dehdashti, Amir R
TP117
Dehkharghani, Seena 6, 57, 156, 158,
WMP11, WMP17,
WMP67, WP6, WP34
de Hoog, Leon 66
Deiner, Hans TP25
Deisseroth, Karl TP263
de Lau, Lonneke WP22
Delavaran, Hossein TMP28, WP427
Del Brutto, Oscar H 219, WP160
Delcourt, Candice WMP85, WMP91
Delgado, Diana WP165, WP192
Dell, Alissa TP391
De los Rios, Felipe LB8
De Los Rios La Rosa, Felipe 149, WP7,
WP144, WP177,
WP232, WP305, TMP10,
TP160, TP164, TP371
del Zoppo, Gregory LB24, LB6
Demaerschalk, Bart M CTP5, WP78
De Martino, M LBP6
Demchuk, Andrew M 5, 117, 159, 201,
LB7, LB8, LB24, WMP3,
WMP23, WMP92, WP17,
TMP65, TP14, TP44, TP45
Demeestere, Jelle CTP3, LB20, LBP8
Demel, Stacie
211
Demel, Stacie L TP160
De Miquel, M Angeles
TP63
de Miquel, Maria A WP17
De Miquel, Maria Angeles LB16, LB18
de Miquel, Maria Angels WP27
Dempsey, Robert J WP257
Deng, Guiying TMP59
Deng, Wenjun TMP43, TP426, TP443
Deng, Zixin TP219
Dennis, Lauren C CTP40, CTP45, CTP49,
WP321, TP179, TP69
Denny, M Carter 202, TP424
Denny, Mary C WP308, WP309
Denzler, Jacqueline WP402
Deol, Baljit WP82
De Pauw, Adinda 205, WP228
DePriest, Ashley TMP79
DePrince, Maureen 24
De Rango, Paola PPS1, TMP6,
TP124, TP354
Derdeyn, Colin P 16, 20, 99, 103,
105, PPS2, WP227,
TMP39, TP184
Dergalust, Sunita WP327
Derkatch, Sheldon MP46
DeRosa, Janet T TMP112
DeRosa, Peter WP289
Desai, Bhupat TP211, TP432
Deschaintre, Yan TP29
Deshmukh, Shilpa
WP93
Deshpande, Abhishek 9
De Silva, Deidre A TP139, TP334
De Silva, Travice M WMP109
Deskin, Sara R WP20, WP243
Desmeules, Sophie WP263
d’Esterre, Christopher TP51
d’Esterre, Christopher D WMP23, TP43,
TP44, TP45,
TP55, TP57
Determining Neurologic WP353
Outcomes from Valve Operations
(DeNOVO) Investigators
Detre, John A WP339
Deutschmann, Hannes TP9
deVeber, Gabrielle 34, WMP103,
WMP105, WP412, WP413
Deveikis, John P TP30, TMP107
Deveikis, Susan TP30
Devlin, Thomas WMP17, TP72
Devlin, Thomas G 158, 177, 57, 6,
LB21, WMP11, WP34
DeVore, Adam D TMP9
Dewey, Helen M 76, 153, WP127,
TMP27
DeWitt, L D
LB19
DeYoung, G R WP254
Dhakar, Monica WMP75
Dhamoon, Mandip S LB5, TP169, TP176
Dhand, Amar WMP51
Dhandapani, Krishnan M TMP118
Dhar, Raj
WMP20
Dharap, Ashutosh WP271
Dharia, Robin WMP67
Dharmadhikari, Sushrut TMP32, TP95,
TP116
Dhillon, Inderjit TP181
Dhungana, Samish WP401
Dias, Christian WP39, TMP116
Dias, Francisco A WP214, TP213, TP46
Diaz, Alejandro LBP6
Diaz, Carolina WP402
Diaz, Vicki TP268
Diaz-Otero, Janice M TP450, TP451
DiBella, Edward CTP50
Diccini, Solange TP390
Dick, William CTP6
Diebolt, Elizabeth WP307, WP317,
TP292
Diederich, Kai WP96, WP337,
TP273
Diederichs, Brendan 60
Diedrich, Karl WMP107
— 119 —
Diener, Chris WMP6
Diener, Hans 2
Diener, Hans-Christoph LB7, LB18,
LB21, TP428, TP50
Diener, Hans-Christophe WP17
Dietz, Robert M WMP106
Díez Tejedor, Exuperio TP96
Dighe, Gaurav P 180, WP84
Dileep, Yavagal MP40
DiLibero, Ralph WP189, TP159
Dillon, Catherine CTP23
Di Maria, Federico WMP118
Dimauro, Sharon 94, TP343
Dimitrova, Rozalina TMP34
Di Napoli, Mario 150
Ding, Jianping WP83
Ding, Qian TMP30
Ding, Qinglan TP379
Ding, Yong Hong WMP27
Ding, Yuchuan 17, 75, 218, TMP3,
TP8, TP113, TP268
Dioszeghy, Peter CTP9
Dippel, Diederik W WP22
Dippel, Diederik W J 1, 4, LB7, LB18
Diringer, Michael N 190
Dirks, Peter WMP105
Di Tullio, Marco R WP176
Dixit, Anand LB3
Dixon, Mark CTP24
Dlamini, Nomazulu WMP105, WP413
Dlugash, Rachel 215, 217, CTP36,
WMP86, WMP96, TP376
Dobbs, Michael R TP409
Dodd, Robert WMP115
Doerr, Abbigayle M TP388
Doerr, Abby NS4
Dohmen, Christian LB14
Dominiczak, Anna WP184
Donahue, Manus J WP417, TMP93
Dong, Chuanhui 91, WP285,
TMP67, TP315
Dong, Dawei CTP25
Dong, Qiang WMP59
Dong, Yi 27, WMP59
Dong, Zhong TP75
Donini-Lenhoff, Alessandra WP72
Donleavy, Bailey TP48, TP58
Donnan, Geoff WP17
Donnan, Geoffery A CTP22
Donnan, Geoffory A CTP32
Donnan, Geoffrey 3, CTP3, LB18
Donnan, Geoffrey A 153, 59, 62,
76, LB7, TMP27
Donnelly, John P WMP31, WP198,
TMP104, TP78
Donohue, Megan M 18, TP68
Doppelheuer, Shannon TMP75
Doppler, Edith WP102
Dorado, Laura WMP69, TP19
Dording, Christina 111
Doré, Sylvain WMP47, WP99, TMP51,
TP100, TP102, TP111,
TP114, TP260
Dorrance, Anne M TP450, TP451, TP455
Doshi, Amish 61
Doss, Tommy CTP48
Doss, Vinodh T TP4
Doubal, Fergus WP166
Douberly, Jeralyn J WP293
Douglas, Jan TP392
Douglas, Jessica TP385
Douglas, Susan M TMP87
Dovey, Susan WP290
Dowlatshahi, Dar 5, 201, WMP92,
WP359, TP301
Dowlatshahi, Dariush WP37
Downs, Kelsey TP450
Doyu, Manabu WP419
Drakes, Susie WP317
Draper, Heather M WP254
Drew, Patrick J TMP108
Dromerick, Alexander W CTP43
Drygas, Wojciech 88
Du, Huishan TP270
Du, Xinjian 16, 20, WP227
Du, Zhengdao WP125
Duan, Jiangang 93
Duan, Yunxia 17, TP113
Duangnapa, Roongpiboonsopit TP462
Duberstein, Kylee J 130, TP109
Dubner, Sergio J TP428
Duckwiler, Gary R WMP68, WMP108,
WMP81, WP67
Duckworth, Edward WMP4
Ducrocq, Xavier
7
Ducruet, Andrew F WP15, TP278
Dugan, Guy M LB4, TP53
Duggins-Warf, Micah 33
Duke, Kimberley A TP411
Dukelow, Sean LB8
du Mesnil de Rochemont, Richard LB21
Dumkow, Lisa E WP254
Duncan, Pamela W 22, WP297,
WP311, TMP36, TMP70
Dundas, Peter CTP6
Dunn, Erin C 111
Dunn, Joshua WP429
Dunn, Lauren E 109
Dunn, William TP430
Dunning, Kari TP143
Duong, David WP95
Dupont, Patrick 160, TP66
Durazo, Ramon TP295
Durkin, Joseph WP147
Durocher, André TP29
Durrani, Asad F WP169
Dusenbury, Wendy NS4, NS6
Dussaux, Clara TMP56
Dutta, Tara CTP18
Dweik, Yasmin WMP47
Dykstra-Aiello, Cheryl J WP370
Dzialowski, Imanuel WMP92
Earley, Scott 141
Easton, JDonald CTP39
Eberli, Franz 205, WP228
Eberly, Lewis B TP75
Ebinger, Martin 179, WP50
Ebner, Matthias 164
ECASS-4 Steering Committee, CTP13
Echavarria, Luisa TP235, TP251
Eckerle, Brian WP232
Ecklund, James WP289
Eckstein, Marc 78, 82, 83, 163,
WP239, WP242, WP438,
TMP12, TMP63, TP366
Edgell, R WMP8
Edgell, Randall 202
Edgell, Randy WP31
Edip Gurol, Mahmut TP462
Edmond, Cathy 117
Edo, Naoko TP271, TP283
Edwards, Danielle 66
Edwards, Dorothy F CTP43, TMP25
Edwardson, Matthew A CTP43
Eesa, Muneer 5, 11, 60, 201, TP14
Eguchi, Seiichiro 55, TP122
Ehleben, Carole WMP67, TP253
Eide, Sterling E
208
Eikelboom, John 213
Eisenstein, Amy CTP44
Ekosso Ejangue, Lucy TP216
Elbers, Jorina WMP99
Eldahshan, Wael WP113
Eldeniz, Cihat 35, WMP97, WP47
Elhawi, Yasir WP249
El Husseini, Nada 108, WP311,
WP312, WP313
Elias, Roderick TP369
Elijovich, Lucas 166, 178, 202,
CTP48, WMP4, WP28,
TMP1, TMP100,
TP4, TP83
El Khoury, Ramy TP193, TP199,
WP209, WP31
Elkind, Mitchell S V 16, 20, 91, 105,
210, 219, LB5, LB22,
WMP56, WP157, WP160,
WP170, WP176, WP182,
WP185, WP200, WP227,
WP352, TMP112, TP177,
TP192, TP302,
TP359 TP461
Elkins, Jacob LB22
Elkins, Kelley L TP409
Ellekjær, Hanne
TMP29
Ellerbusch, Teresa TP418
Ellery, Fiona 76, 153
Elliott, JPaul WP105
Elm, Jordan J CTP39, LB24, LB6
Elmi, Joanna TP285, TP307
Elmståhl, Sölve WP427
El-Saden, Suzie WP41
Elsaesser, Amelie TP428
El-Shafey, Sally 169, TP277
Elshafey, Sally WP273
Elshire, Cortlyn WP20, WP243
Emanuel, Benjamin WP56
Emery, Derek WMP83
Emery, Kyle TP307
Emmer, Bart J 4
Emmrich, Julius V TMP56
Endersby, Kirk TP149
Endres, Matthias 179, TP180
Engelter, Stefan 205, WP228
England, Timothy CTP24
English, J WMP8
English, Joey WP31, TP1
Engström, Gunnar TP163
Enmi, Jun-ichiro TMP111
Enserro, Danielle 46
Enzinger, Christian 138
Ergul, Adviye 169, 221, WP101,
WP113, WP273, WP274,
TMP115, TP277, TP279,
TP441, TP463
Erkinjuntti, Timo WP296, TMP119, TP158
Ernstrom, Karin LB4, TP53
Erus, Guray WP353
ESCAPE Investigators, 5, 201
Escrig, Ana Maria TP63
Escrig, Anna WP439
Esfandiary, Tina TP111
Eskandari, Ashraf TP303, TP421
Eslami, Vahid CTP36
Espaillat, Kiersten TP238, TP407
Espinosa-Jovel, Camilo A TP235, TP251
Esquenazi, Alberto TMP34
Esterlitz, Joy R WP332
Etherton, Mark WMP14, WP43, WP174
Etminan, Nima 190
Ewing, James R TP259
EXTEND-AE Investigators, CTP32
EXTEND Investigators, 59, 62, CTP22
Faber, Thomas 84
Fabian, Roderic H WMP1
Fabiaña, Natasha L TP334
Fabio, Soraia R C WP214
Factor, Diane CTP18
Fadairo, Abimbola WP293, TMP68
Fadool, Andrew R TP100
Fagan, Susan 169, WP101, WP113,
WP273, TP277, TP279
Fahed, Robert TP26
Fahimi, Jahan 167
Fainardi, Enrico WMP23, TP44
Faissner, Simon TMP17
Falcone, Guido J 122, TP372
Faleck, Herbert J 190
Fall, Pamela 94
Fam, Maged 56, WMP87, TP365
Famuyide, Akinrinola O TP43
Fan, Baoyan TMP60
Fan, Florence 168, 168
Fan, Florence SY WP121
Fan, Nian TP136
Fan, Zhaoyang
93, TP219
Fanale, Christopher V 5, 201,
WP77, TP80
Fang, Jian TMP52
Fang, Jiming WP193, WP306
Fang, Jing WP175
Fang, Jinghuan WP394
Fang, Margaret C WP303, TMP90
Fang, Shoufan 117
Fang, Yuan TMP52
Fanning, Molly WP353
Fansler, Amy CTP1
Faraci, Frank M 10, WMP109
Farchioni, Luca PPS1, TMP6,
TP124, TP354
Farid, H WMP8
Farid, Hamed P31
Farooq, Muhammad U WP82, WP178,
WP254
Farooq, Salman TP296
Farrant, Mary CTP39
FAST-MAG Investigators 163, WP239,
and Coordinators, WP242, WP250,
TMP63, TP366
Fattal, Deema WP249
Faughnan, Marie E 50
Faye, Érica C C 104
Fazal, Jawad A WP268
Fazekas, Franz 138
Fearn, Jenn WP389
Feder, John WP263
Federau, Christian 6, 57, 158, WMP11,
WMP17, WP34, WP58
Federau, Christian E WMP21
Federoff, Howard J CTP43
Federspiel, Jerome J MP34
Feener, Edward P WP281
Feeney, Kathleen TMP43, TP426, TP443
Fehnel, Corey R WP355
Feigert, Caroline CTP23, TP370
Feigin, Valerie LBP6
Feigin, Valery L WP181, WP405
Feldmann, Edward 99, CTP46, WP137,
WP227, TMP39
Felix, Cynthia TMP33
Fendrikova-Mahlay, Natalia 18
Feng, Chunyang 187, WP299, WP318
Feng, Feng WP130, TP125
Feng, Haixia NS3
Feng, Hua TP360
Feng, Lei 161, 202
Feng, Wayne
72
Feng, Wuwei 74, WMP55, WP83
Feng, Wuwei (Wayne) 17
— 120 —
Fenton, Brenda T WP199
Fenton, Laura Z WMP104
Ferguson, Jared TP402
Ferioli, Simona 136, 149, WP7,
WP144, WP177, WP305,
TMP10, TP160,
TP164, TP371
Ferioli, Simone WP232
Ferlito, Tom WP152, WP195
Fernandes, André M WP219
Fernandes, Julia TP1
Fernandes, Rodrigo D WP219
Fernandez, Israel WMP113
Fernandez, Maria Luz TP423
Fernandez, Victoria WMP47
Ferrario, Angel 12
Ferrario, Marco M 88
Ferreira, Isadora L O WP219
Ferreira, Scott W TMP40
Ferrieres, Jean 88
Feske, Steven K LB5, WMP77
Fiandaca, Massimo S CTP43
Fiebach, Jochen
TP47
Fiebach, Jochen B 179, WP50
Fiehler, Jens CTP41
Field, Thalia S WP166
Fields, Melanie WMP97
Fields, Melanie E 35
Fifi, J T TP387
Filho, Joel A P WP219
Finch, I WMP8
Finch, Ira WP31
Finn, Cailtin WP192
Finn, Caitlin B WP165
Fiorella, David TP184
Fiorella, David J 103, 105, 99, TMP39
Firlinger, Bernadette WP420
Fischer, Davina WP73
Fischer, Urs WP7
Fisher, Courtney TP455
Fisher, Julie TP401
Fisher, Mark 90, TMP22, TP256
Fisher, Winfield S 195
Flaherty, Matthew 149, TP371, WP190,
WP232, WP305
Flaherty, Matthew L 87, 136, WP7,
WMP85, WP144, WP177,
TMP10, TP160, TP164
Flaxman, Linda CTP4
Flemming, Kelly TMP42
Floegel, Thomas TMP41
Floer, Amalia 29
Flores, Alan A WP397
Floyd, Thomas WP353
Foley, Jenevra TP329
Foltz, Jennifer TP285, TP307
Fonarow, Gregg C 114, 115, 165,
WMP32, WMP34, WP312,
WP313, TMP9, TMP36,
TMP70, TMP89, TP305,
TP306, TP314, TP351
Fontil, Valy WMP36
Ford, Andria L 35, 162, LB17, LB23,
WMP20, WMP97, WP236,
WP47, TP252
Ford, Gary LB9
Ford, Gary A LB1, LB3
Ford, Ian LB9
Ford, Sierra C WP367
Foreman, Paul M 195
Forkert, Nils CTP41
Forkert, Nils D TP45, TP55, TP57
Formella, Andrea 107
Foroud, Tatiana WMP26
Forsayeth, John 54
for the ARCOS Study Investigators, WP181
for the ARTSS-2 Trial Investigators, LB3
for the BIOSIS and SAMMPRIS 105
Investigators,
for the Brain Vascular 53
Malformation Consortium
(BV, MC) Study
for the CREST Investigators, TMP24, TP131
for the ERICH Investigators, 211
for the EVREST Multicenter LB8
Study Group,
for the ICTUS 2 Investigators, TP53
for the IMS III Investigators, 159, 185,
WMP3
for the IRIS Trial Investigators, LB1
for the MIST Study Investigators, WP405
for the MORGAM Project, 88
for the MR WITNESS Investigators, LB17,
LB23
for the MyRIAD Investigators, CTP46
for the SAMMPRIS Investigators, 103, 99,
TMP39
for the SWIFT PRIME Investigators, 200,
WMP13
for the TREVO and TREVO 2 WP29
Investigators,
for the TREVO and TREVO2 155
Investigators,
for the UCLA Stroke Investigators, WMP81
for the VERiTAS Investigators, WP227
Fortunado, Gilbert TP282
Fortunato, Gil TP343
Foster, Hayley CTP16
Foster, Lydia D 159, 185, CTP23, WMP3
Fotheringham, Jeremy TP339
Fotiadis, Panagiotis 47, 48, 124, WMP90,
TP171, TP458, TP462
Fouda, Abdelrahman Y WP101, WP113
Fowler, Jennifer CTP36
Fox, Christine K WMP103, WP201
Frachon, Joséphine TP148
Frank, Robert WP37
Frankel, Michael 6, 105, 156, 158,
188, LB5, WMP10,
WMP11, WMP17, WP30,
TP18, TP244, TP27
Frankel, Michael H 104
Frankel, Michael R WMP67
Fransen, Puck S 1, 4, LB7, WP22
Fraser, Justin 64
Fraser, Justin F WP155
Frasure, Jamey TMP72
Fredericks, Ruth WP387
Fredman, Vicki A WP299
Freedman, Vicki A 187
Freeman, Janet LB9
Freeman, William D
215
Frei, Donald 5, 197, 201, LB7,
WP12, TP7, TP14, TP16
Freiberger, Anja LB14
Freund, Jennifer WP392
Frey, James LB3
Friedler, Brett 94
Friedrich, Sherri H NS10
Frischmann, Lindsey 82, TMP63, TP291
Froehler, M T WMP8
Froehler, Michael WP31
Froehler, Michael T CTP52, TP238
Froeschke, Laura L WP161
Froeschke, Laura L O TP185
Frogoudaki, Alexandra 37, 135, 204,
TP218
Frontera, Jennifer A 40
Frosen, Juhana 13
Frost, Charles E TMP91
Frost, Frederick WP295
Frye, John TP384
Fu, Ru-Huei 173
Fu, Ying WP277
Fucile, Giselle TP422
Fuentes, Blanca TP96
Fugate, Jennifer E WP48, TMP42, TP31
Fujikawa, Yasunori TP208
Fujimoto, Shigeru WP115, WP216, WP68
Fujimoto, Takatoshi TMP20
Fujimoto, Yasuhiro TP129
Fujita, Atsushi WP133
Fujita, Tomoyuki WMP54
Fukano, Takayuki TP20
Fukuda, Hitoshi TP232
Fukuda, Keiko A WMP116
Fukuda, Miyuki WP88
Fukuda, Shunichi WP88
Fukuda, Yuhtaka WP98
Fukuma, Kazuki TMP4, TMP106, TP341
Fukumitsu, Ryu TP137
Fukuoka Stroke Registry TP207
Investigators,
Fullerton, Heather J WP201
Funaro, F LBP6
Funatsu, Takayuki TP87
Funk, Kathryn E WP251
Furie, Karen L 104, LB1, WP182,
WP219, WP352,
WP355, TP298
Furui, Eisuke WP168, TMP92, TP67
Furukawa, Koji TP234
Fussner, Julie M WP398, TP414, TP416
Gabbert, John WP164
Gabrieli, Joseph MP118
Gadodia, Gaurav 106
Gadpaille, Alissa WMP74, WP198,
TP344, TP345
Gahn, Georg WP233
Gaines, Nathan TP59
Gajera, Jay WMP100
Galecki, Andrzej T TMP120, TP324
Galinovic, Ivana WP50
Gall, Seana 89, WMP53
Gallo, Michelle L TP384
Gallofré, Miquel WMP69
Gama, John
TP239
Gamboa, Chris TMP68
Gamboa, Christopher M
WP293
GAMES Investigators, LB24, LB6
Gan, Hui-Yee TP139
Gandhi, Dorcas B C TMP33
Gandhi, Shashank V TP117
Gangadhara, Shreyas TP313
Gangal, Anupriya 56
Gannon, Kimberly P WP326
Ganz, David CTP18
Gao, Billy TP1
Gao, Peng 19
Gao, Shan WP130, TP125
Gao, Xu WMP30
Gao, Xuguang 42
Gao, Yanqin 42, 147
Gao, Yuan WMP59
Garces, Moises TP63
Garcés, Moisés WMP69
Garces, Moises WP439
Garcia, Nelda M TMP66
Garcia-Rivera, Enid J WP285
Gardener, Hannah TP315, TP461
Garduno, Cristopher WP67
Garg, Ravi TP312
Garg, Vivek K TP454
Gatollari, Hajere J WP157, WP185
Gausche-Hill, Marianne TP366
Gayatin, Pamela WP317
Gebregziabher, Mulugeta CTP21, WP206
Gebru, Minas W WP429
Geed, Shashwati CTP43, WP148
Geiger, Susan TP418
Geisler, Frederik 179
Gelbrich, Götz LB2, TP215
Geng, Xiaokun
75, 218, TMP3,
TP8, TP268
Gentile, Nina T CTP38, WP208
Gentric, Jean-Christophe TP29
Geordiadis, Alexandros L TP36
George, Alexander WP209, TP193,
TP199
George, Mary WP288
George, Mary G 183, WP286,
TMP62, TP286
George, Megan 202
Georgia Stroke Professional TMP75
Alliance (GA-SPA),
Gerli, Sibolt WP296
Gerson, Myron TP143
Gervasi-Franklin, Palma TP461
Gesell, Sabina 108, WP311
Ghaffarzadegan, Navid 166
Ghazi, Ahmed TP121
Gheuens, Sarah LB22
Ghilarducci, David WMP63
Ghostine, Jimmy TP29
Gialdini, Gino 97, 109, 134, WP165,
WP192, TMP71, TP182
Giambrone, Ashley 97, WP165, WP192
Giampaoli, Simona 88
Giannetti, Margot L CTP43
Giannopoulos, Sotirios 204, TMP17,
TP218
Giantini Larsen, Alexandra 33
Gibbons, Michael 27
Gibson, Christopher C 56
Gibson, Maryika I NS12
Gidday, Jeff M TMP31
Giese, Anne-Katrin 138, WP162
Gill, Rick TP312
Gillespie, Cathleen
183
Gillow, Sabreena J WP371
Gindi, Renee WP175
Gindville, Melissa WP417, TMP93
Gioia, Laura C 214, WMP82, WMP83,
TP73, TP373
Giordani, Bruno TMP120
Giovannetti, Tania WP353
Giralt, Eva WMP69
Girard, Romuald 56
Girgus, Meighan TP302
Giron, Pilar WP397
Givertz, Michael M WMP77
Gizzi, Martin TP444
Gladstone, David 210
Glaser, Anna TP335
Glendening, Christine WP402, TMP74
Glerum, Kimberly WP355
Glover, Saundra CTP40
Glymour, Maria WP186
Go, Alan S WP303, TMP90
Gocan, Sophia WP324, TMP83
Gocmen, Rahsan 96
Goddeau, Richard P 116
Goggins, Maria B WP135
Goings, Denise TMP75
Gold, Alexander M 212
Gold, Daniel R CTP36
Goldberg, Jared WP350
Goldman, Elizabeth WMP36
— 121 —
Goldman, Lee WP158
Goldmann, Emily WP187, TP147, TP183
Goldstein, Joshua N WMP88, WMP89,
TP372, TP458
Goldstein, Larry B 184, WP234, WP288,
WP312, WP313, WP422,
TMP61, TMP69
Golgotiu, Kirsti LBP1
Golwala, Sohil TP293
Golyan, Daniel 209, WP231
Gomes, Thomas M TP458
Gomez, Natalia TP235, TP251
Gomis, Meritxell CTP9, TP19
Gommans, John WP290
Gon, Yasufumi TMP48
Gonçalves, Beatriz M M WP219
Gong, Gaolang WP428
Gonzales, Lorenzo WP106
Gonzales, Nicole WP402
Gonzalez, Nestor R LBP4, WMP81,
WMP108, WP119, WP131,
WP138, TMP15,
TMP23, TP119
Gonzalez, Ramon G TP39
Gooch, Clifton L TP313
Goodman, Diana WP317
Gordin, Daniel WP364
Gordon, David 175
Gordon, Deb 117
Gorelick, Philip B 16, 20, WP227
Gorman, Mark LB1
Gornbein, Jeffrey WP14
Gornik, Heather L 18
Gosney, Margot CTP33
Gottesman, Rebecca F WMP84, TP179,
TP353, TP423, WMP84
Goulet, Joseph WP199
Gounis, Matthew J WP437, TP261
Gourdine, K
TP387
Govindarajan, Prasanthi WMP63
Goyal, Manoj K TP454
Goyal, Mayanak WMP6
Goyal, Mayank 2, 5, 60, 159, 200,
201, LB7, LB15,
LB18, LB21, WMP3,
WMP13, WMP16, WMP23,
WP17, WP36, WP53,
TP14, TP25, TP44,
TP45, TP50
Goyal, Nitin 135, 166, 178, 202,
WMP4, WP28, TMP1,
TMP100, TP4,
TP83, TP218
Gozal, Evelyne TP281
Gozel, Omer Suat TP265
Grace, Harrison E 130, TP109
Grace, Michael WMP120
Grady, James J WP217
Graehlert, Xina WP233
Graf, Joerg WMP45
Graff-Radford, Jonathan TMP42
Graham, Simon WP150
Gralla, Jan
LB15, WMP16, WP36
Granham, Colin 168
Gray, Katherine TP368
Gray, Kimberly WP325
Greenberg, Edward D TP75
Greenberg, Steven M 47, 48, 85, 121,
122, 124, 125, WMP88,
WMP89, WMP90, WP302,
WP358, WP368, WP415,
TMP113, TP171, TP372,
TP458, TP462
Greene, James WMP67
Grennes, Cheryl TP382
Grewal, Himmat WMP106
Gribko, Michelle WP329
Griebe, Martin LB14
Griendling, Kathy TP110
Griessenauer, Christoph TP21
Griessenauer, Christoph J 195
Griffith, Shelby WP103
Grigg, Michael J WP127
Grigoryan, Mikayel WP6, TP253
Grimes, Barbara WMP63
Grimes, Julie 41
Grings, Anne LB2
Grittner, Ulrike 138, 179, WP50
Grobe, Justin WMP109
Groenhout, Amy WP82
Groeschel, Klaus TP9
Groeschel, Sonja TP9
Groop, Per Henrik WP364
Gropen, Toby 148, WMP74, WP198, WP248, WP346, WP348,
TMP7, TMP8, TP30,
TP56, TP78,
TP344, TP345
Gröschel, Klaus LB2, TP215, TP233
Gröschel, Sonja LB2
Grossman, Aaron TP2
Gross-Schulman, Sandra G TMP87
Grotta, James LB4, TP362
Grotta, James C CTP29, LB3, PPS3,
WMP64, WP390, TP53
Grunberg, Ileana WP242
Grunwald, Iris Q WP54
Grunwald, Zachary WMP88
Grysiewicz, Rebbeca TP335
Gu, He 10
Guada, Luis WMP40, WP145,
TMP32, TP95
Guan, Yong-Yuan WP255
Guarino, Peter D LB1
Gubitz, Gord WMP92
Guede, Cynthia I CTP36
Guenego, Adrien WP52
Guerguerian, Ann-Marie WP413
Guerra, Sonia TP394
Guerrero, Alejandra TP235
Guido, Bibiana TP206
Guilbert, François TP29
Guillemin, Francis 7
Guillevin, Loic 95
Guilliams, Kristin P 35, WMP97
Guinand, Taurian 214, TP373
Guisado, Raul TP130
Gulati, Deepak TP18
Gumberidze, Tinatin
TP414
Gummadi, Rajiv 196
Gunnell, Brian TP250
Guo, Diana E 50
Guo, Jian WP394
Guo, Xinyue 169, WP274, TP277
Guo, Xiuhai TP219
Gupta, Aditi WP238, TP248
Gupta, Ajay 97, WP165,
WP192, TMP71
Gupta, Rishi 155, 202,
WP29, WP401
Gupta Sah, Rani TMP117, TP55, TP57
Gurol, Edip M 85, TP171, TP372
Gurol, M E 122, 124, WP415
Gurol, M Edip 121, 125, 47, 48,
WMP90, WP358
Gurol, Mahmut E TP458
Guterman, Elan WMP9
Guterman, Jeffrey J TMP87
Guthery, Leslie TP120
Guthikonda, Murali TMP3, TP113
Gutierrez, Carolina M TP315, WP285
Gutierrez, Jose 91, WP165, WP176,
TMP112
Gutiérrez Fernández, María TP96
Guzik, Amy TP398
Guzman, David WMP36, WP158
Guzy, Judy 161, WP242
Gwon, Jung-Im WP221, TP217
Gyamfi, Joyce TP425
Ha, Yeon Soo TP112
Ha, Yoon Suk TP204
Haapaniemi, Elena WP143, WP70
Hacke, Werner CTP3, CTP32, LB21
Hackett, Maree CTP15
Hafeez, Moiz TP55, TP57
Hafer-Macko, Charlene E TP146
Hafez, Sherif WP273, TP279
Hafner, John W CTP36
Hagemeister, Christoph TP216
Hagihara, Akihito WMP33, TP323
Hajda, Janek LB14
Hakendorf, Paul TP297
Hales, Chadwick M WP429
Haley, Kellen 121
Haley, Kellen E TP458
Haley, Sean WP333
Hall, Judith LB8
Hall, Ruth WP324, WP389
Halperin, Jonathan L TP428
Halterman, Marc W WP267
Haltigan, Emily A TP214
Hamabe, Jumpei WMP78
Hamann, Gerhard F LB2, TP215
Hamano, Eika 55, TP122
Hamasaki, Toshimitsu
TMP88
Hamauchi, Shuji WP110
Hamblin, Milton H 145
Hamdy, Shaheen WP349
Hameed, Shahul TMP27
Hamilton, Jason TP106
Hamilton, Scott 163, 78, WP242,
WP250, WP438,
TMP12, TP366
Hamm, Theresa TP396, TP410
Hammer, Maxim D TP11, TP309
Hammock, Bruce TP455
Hammond-Heaton, Sharon WP388
Hampel, MJ WP72
Han, Eun Young TP150
Han, Ho Sung WP241
Han, Junhee TP150
Han, Moon-Ku 157, WMP61, WP18,
WP76, WP342, TP200,
TP205, TP437
Han, Quan TP82
Han, Sang Won WP230, TP190, TP220
Han, Wei WP277
Han, Xuezhe 33
Han, Ying WP428
Han, Zhenyi WP111
Hanashiro, Sayori TP227
Handa, Akira TP232
Hanel, Ricardo CTP35
Hanggi, Daniel 190
Hanisch, Debra
WMP99
Hanley, Daniel 216, WMP87, WMP94,
WP360, TP365
Hanley, Daniel F 215, 217, CTP36,
LB12, WMP86, WMP96,
WP356, TP357, TP376
Hannah, Jessica A TP308
Hannawi, Yousef WP434
Hansen, Björn M WP356
Hansen, Christine K WP40
Hansen, Sara WP376
Hanson, Sandra K WP238, TP248
Hao, Qing WP137
Harada, Masafumi WP68
Hardigan, Trevor TP441, TP463
Hardin, James CTP40
Haring, Hans-Peter
TP9
Harkness, Kirsty 52
Harmel, Allison T TMP58
Harrigan, Mark
TP30
Harrigan, Mark R 148, 195,
TMP104, TMP107
Harris, Devin CTP6
Harris, Gabrielle WP297
Harris, Gordon LB23
Harris, Gordon J LB17
Harris, Nia TMP53
Harrison, Michael CTP33
Harrison, Nicole TMP74
Harshyne, Larry TP361
Harston, George 63
Hart, Blaine 53
Hart, Robert WP166
Hart, Robert G TP222
Härtig, Florian 164
Hartmann, Andreas 52
Harve, Heini
WP240
Harvey, Richard L TP156
Hasan, David 8, 10
Hasan, Rashedul WP55
Hasan, Saad WP222, WP229
Hasan, Yousef WP222, WP229
Hasegawa, Yasuhiro WP168, TMP92,
TP67
Hasegawa, Yu TMP114
Hashiba, Tetsuo TP129
Hashimoto, Manabu TP453
Hassan, Ameer E WP13
Hata, Hiroki WMP54
Hata, Junya TP207
Hataoka, Shunsuke WMP119
Hatcher, James F
WP257
Hatsukami, Thomas S WP120
Hatten, Karl W
P387
Hatter, Kristal TP143
Hattori, Nobutaka WP223
Hattori, Yorito TMP109, TMP111
Haussen, D W
MP8
Haussen, Diogo 57, 104, 156, 188,
WMP10, WMP17, WMP67,
WP6, WP10, WP30,
WP31, WP34, WP145,
TP18, TP27
Havard, Diane CTP24, CTP8
Haveman-Gould, Bradley WP82
Haverbusch, Mary TP371
Havsteen, Inger WP40
Hawkins, Angela M WP3
Hayakawa, Mikito WMP54, WP129,
TP191, TP355
Hayashi, Hironori WP419
Hayashi, Koji WP68
Hays Shapshak, Angela
WP346, TP56,
TP345
Hazan, Rebecca WP170, WP200, TP177
HDS-SAH Study Group, 194
He, Jiwei WP279
He, Jue TMP52
He, Li WP394, WP394
He, Tongrong 222
He, Weiwen 19
He, Xiaosong 129
Healey, Jeff 210
Hébert, Sylvie TP148
Hecht, Mindy TP189
— 122 —
Heck, Donald LB10
Heck, Donald V TP131
Hedden, Trey 47, 48
Hedmann, Monique TP189
Hedmont, Daniel TP235, TP251
Heeley, Emma 89, WMP53,
WMP85, WMP91
Heiss, Wolf-Dieter WP50
Heistad, Donald 10
Heitsch, Laura 162, WMP20,
WMP113, WP236
Helbig, Uwe TP162
Heldner, Mirjam WP7
Helenius, Johana 116, TP289
Helland, Brian TP396
Heller, Adam TP382
Helliwell, Brinton CTP33
Hellkamp, Ann TMP89
Helton, Mary TP401
Hemelsoet, Dimitri 205, WP228
Hemmen, Eema WP291
Hemmen, Thomas LB4, TP59
Hemmen, Thomas M TP53, WP291
Hemphill, Claude TMP12, WP242
Henclewood, Dwayne TMP85, WP171
Hendrick, Stephanie WP82
Hennerici, Michael LB14
Henninger, Nils 116, TP289
Hénon, Hilde 43
Henriquez, Laura 106, 206
Henseler, Mary WP317
Hensley, Amber WP79
Heo, Ji Hoe 110, WMP58, WP92,
WP213, WP275
Heo, Ji-Hoe TP14
Heo, Tae Wook PPS4, WP5
Hepburn, Millie NS2
Hepburn-Smith, Millie TMP76
Herber, Charlotte WP44
Herbert, Melisa TP328
Herial, Nabeel 203, WMP112, TP28
Herman, William H TP201
Hernandes, Marina S TP110
Hernandez, Adrian F 39, 114, 115, 165, WMP34, WP312, WP313,
TMP70, TP305, TP314
Hernandez, Caterina TP463
Hernandez, Christian WP317
Hernandez-Perez, Maria TP19
Herrero, Mia 30
Hershey, Tamara TMP31
Herson, Paco S 70, 142, WMP106,
TMP59
Herzig, Cornelius WP51
Herzka, Daniel A CTP36
Hess, David C 71, 130, 177, LB19,
TMP118
Hetzel, Andreas TP84
Hetzer, Stefan WP51
Heuschmann, Peter U LB2, TP215
Hickenbottom, Susan WP325
Hicklin, David CTP40
Hicks, Caitlin TP115
Higaki, Akinori WP264, WP266
Higashi, Masahiro WP210
Higashida, Kyoko WP168
Higashimori, Takamasa WMP66
Higashiyama, Aya TP172
Higazi, Abd Al-Roof 172
Hill, Michael
30, LB18, WP53
Hill, Michael D 5, 159, 185, 201,
CTP4, CTP6, CTP10,
LB10, LB7, WMP3,
WMP23, WMP92, WP17,
WP193 TMP65, TP14, TP45
Hill, Valerie CTP18, CTP51
Hillis, Argye E WMP84, WP135, WP431
Hillman, Diane 84
Hills, Nancy K WP201
Himali, Jayandra 46
Himali, Jayandra H 120
Himali, Jayandra J 49
Hinduja, Archana WP294
Hinkelman, Kevin WP384
Hinman, Jason D WMP71, WMP81,
WMP108, WP46, WP107,
WP114, WP131, WP138,
WP260, WP262, TMP15,
TP81, TP119
Hinson, Holly LB6, LB24
Hinson, Jim TMP32
Hinz, Jose TP242
Hippe, Daniel S WP120
Hira, Kenichiro WP223
Hirano, Miki TP234
Hirata, Yumie WP59
Hirayama, Takehisa TP227
Hird, Megan WP150
Hird, Megan A WP151
Hirose, Yuichi TP431
Hishikawa, Nozomi WMP37
Ho, Allen WMP115
Ho, Bridget M WP238, TP248
Ho, Carolyn WP370
Ho, King Chung WP41
Hobson, Robert W
LB10
Hocking, Grant WMP101
Hock Luen, Teoh TP54
Hoda, Md N TMP118
Hodge, Jacquie 30
Hodges, Matthew A TP299
Hoenig, Helen TMP36
Hoesch, Robert TP339
Ho-Fai, Wong TP54
Hoff, Brian WP236
Hoffman, Alex 152
Hoffmann, Fabian TP136
Hofman, Albert TP171
Hofmann, Erich TP9
Hogan, Matthew J WP37
Hoh, Brian L 190
Hoit, Dan TP4
Hoit, Daniel CTP48, TMP100
Holbert, Lori WP384
Holcomb, John WP149
Holland, Donna L TP411
Hollander, Cathy 113
Holliday-Hanson, Merry T
P322
Holloway, William WP3
Hollup, Nicole 24
Holmes, Paul S TP157
Holmes, Shannon P 130, TP109
Holmstedt, Christine A TP14, TP308
Holodinsky, Jessalyn K TMP65
Holstein, Stanley WP340
Honarmand, Amir R WMP116
Hong, Chiew S WP125
Hong, Ja Bin TP180
Hong, Jeong-Ho 157, WMP61, TP437
Hong, Ji Man 38, WP124
Hong, Keun-Sik WMP61, WP16, P18,
WP76, WP180, TMP86,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Hong, Seung Chyul WMP28, WP280,
TP123
Hong, Seung-Chyul TP132
Hongo, Taku TP129
Honorato, Maíra M TP317
Hontecillas, Raquel 166
Hook, Jane
NS1
Hooper, Douglas C TP361
Hord, Edward CTP48
Horie, Nobtaka 133, WP98
Horie, Nobutaka WMP78, TMP99, TP438
Horiuchi, Masatsugu WP264, WP266
Hormes, Joseph WP401
Horn, Christopher WP401
Horn, Paul WP408
Horwood, Chris TP297
Hoskins, Michael 206
Hosoda, Kohkichi WP133, WP259
Hosomi, Naohisa TMP94
Hosseinichimeh, Niyousha 166
Hou, Baojun 17
Hou, Bo WP130, TP125
Hou, S Y WMP8
Houkin, Kiyohiro 9, WP61, WP110,
WP112, TP99,
TP138, TP234
Hourani, Anas WP21
House, John LB21
Houser, Jennifer CTP36
Houser, Jessica 24
Howard, George 15, CTP4, CTP5,
LB10, TMP120, TP338
Howard, Harriet CTP24
Howard, Kelle D TP181
Howard, Virginia J CTP4, CTP5, PPS1,
WP293, WP416, TMP24,
TMP68, TMP120, TP338
Howard, Virgnia LB10
Howe, Matthew D TP452
Howells, David 59, 62
Howerth, Elizabeth W 130, TP109
Hsia, Amie LB17, LB23,
TMP116, TP60
Hsia, Amie W WMP19, WMP35,
WP57, TP65
Hsieh, Cheng-Yang TP321, WP374
Hsieh, Jiann-Shing TP367
Hsieh, Yu-Lin WP414
Hsu, Chung Y 59, CTP3, CTP22, CTP32
Hsueh, Brian TP263
Hu, Chaur-Jong WP126
Hu, Heng 128
Hu, Jia Ni WMP39
Hu, Jim WP255
Hu, Rong TP360
Hu, Xiao TMP103
Hu, Xiaoming 42, 147, TP264, TP270
Hua, Ya TMP54
Hua, Yang WP83
Huang, David TMP32
Huang, David Y CTP40
Huang, Jianlin TP258
Huang, Josephine WMP71
Huang, Josephine F WMP68
Huang, Julia WP262
Huang, Lian CTP25
Huang, Pei-Wen TP367
Huang, Qiang WP83
Huang, Shengping 19
Huang, Wen-Yi CTP20
Huang, Wendy 173
Huang, Yining CTP2, CTP7
Huang, Yung-Sung CTP20
Huber, Caroline WP284
Huber, Jason MP111
Hubert, Gordian 118
Hucke, Stefanie TP273
Hudobenko, Jacob 65
Hudson, Lillie CTP18, TMP87
Huesing, Johannes LB14
Huey, Dicky WP376, WP379, TP404
Huffman, Shelley WP389
Hughes, Susan CTP4
Huisa, Branko 44
Huisman, Menno V 213, TP428
Hulbert, Jill TP391
Hulbert, Monica L 35, WMP97
Hulin, Abigail L TP377
Hull, Heather WP370
Humpl, Tilman WP413
Hundley, Lynn 113
Hung, Ling-Chien WP374
Hunsberger, Holly 128
Hunt, Polly TP328
Hunter, Madeleine D WP176
Hussain, Dulara WMP83, WP222,
WP229
Hussain, Haitham M TP15
Hussain, M S TP68
Hussain, Mohammed 198, TP88,
WMP25, WP33
Hussain, Muhammad S 18, TP94
Hussain, Muhammad Shazam 202,
TP358
Hussain, Shahzam 79
Hussain, Syed LB4, WP341, TP53
Hussain, Zeeshan WP84
Hussen, Nebat 221
Hustey, Fredrick 79
Huston, John CTP5
Husty, Todd WP245
Hwang, David Y WP292
Hwang, Jae Chun WP64
Hwang, Jaechun WP23, WP280, TP123
Hyers, Megan TP346
Iadecola, Costantino 97, 134, 167, 210
Iavarone, Anthony T LBP4
Ibanez, Laura WMP113
Ibis, Tugba LB2
Ichihara, Takako TP380
Ichord, Rebecca N 31, WP413
Ide, Toshihiro CTP12
Ifejika, Nneka L CTP29, WP390
Iftikhar, Sulaiman TMP1, TP4, TP83
Igarashi, Takahiro WMP24
Iguchi, Yasuyuki WP68, TP221
Ihara, Masafumi W
P220, TMP88,
TMP106, TMP109, TMP111
Ihegword, Byron WP382
Iida, Hidehiro TMP111
Iihara, Koji WMP33, WP94,
WP129, WP134, WP283,
TMP44, TMP47,
TP323, TP434
Ijas, Petra TP158
Ikeda, Ken TP227
Ikemura, Ayako WMP119
Ikonomidis, Ignatios 37, 135, 204, TP218
Ikram, Arfan TP171
Ikram, M A 120
Iliff, Jeffrey LBP1
Illigens, Ben M W WP344
Illinca, Andrea TP163
Imahori, Taichiro WP133, WP259
Imamura, Hirotoshi TP87
Imran, Rajeel TMP11
Inamasu, Joji TP431
Inatomi, Yuichiro WP60, WP62
Indaparu, Hari TP326
Indredavik, Bent TMP29
Indupuru, Hari K TMP74, TP327
Ingber, Donald E WP437
Ingemanson, Morgan L TP155
Inglessis, Ignacio TP426, TP443
Inglis, Steven R TP140
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Inoa-Acosta, Violiza WMP25
Inoue, Manabu WP52
Inoue, Takeshi P68
INSTRUCT Study Investigators 89, WMP53
Inzucchi, Silvio E LB1
Ip, Vincent 168, WP123, TMP16
Ip, Vincent HL WP121
Irani, Malcolm K TP319
Irino, Yasuhiro
WP259
Iruela-Arispe, Luisa WP119, TP119
Irwin, Alexander J TMP58
Isaacs, Larry TP382
Isabel, Clothilde TMP56
Isenberg, Jacob D TMP58
Isernia, Giacomo TP124, TP354
Ishfaq, Muhammad F WMP7, TMP11,
TP23
Ishibashi, Toshihiro WMP119, WP91
Ishibashi-Ueda, Hatsue TMP44, TMP47
Ishida, Koto TP37
Ishii, Akira TP137
Ishikawa, Koichi B WMP33, TP323
Ishikawa, Tatsuya TP284
Ishikawa, Yuchi TP227
Ishizaka, Shunsuke 69, WP106, TP263
Ishrat, Tauheed WP101, WP113
Ismat, Fraz A WP263, TMP91
Isobe, Mitsuaki TP269
Israel, Carsten TP216
Issenberg, Barry TP254
Ito, Cherisse S WP172
Ito, Masaki WP61, WP112
Ito, Taiji TMP26
Ito, Yasuhiro WP168, TMP92, TP67
Ito, Yasushi WP129
Ito, Yusuke TP271, TP283
Ivey, Frederick M TP146
Iwanaga, Takeshi WP68
Iwanami, Jun WP264, WP266
Iwarsson, Susanne WP427
Iwasaki, Motoyuki TP138
Iwasaki, Yasuo TP227
Iwata, Michiaki WMP33, TP323
Iwata, Tomonori WP24, WP59, WP65
Iyer, Aditya WMP115
Izumi, Masayuki WP419
Izumo, Tsuyoshi WMP78, TMP99, TP438
Izzy, Saef WMP77
Jabbour, Pascal 8
Jackson, Kamilah PPS3
Jackson, Nicholas WP179
Jackson, Philip
P350
Jackson, William F TP450, TP451, TP455
Jacobi, Jaclyn E WP208
Jacobs, Amber TP326, TP327
Jacoby, Joshua S WP254
Jadaun, Pushkal TMP102
Jadeja, Neville M WP93
Jadhav, Ashutosh WP1, TP18
Jadhav, Ashutosh P 2, WP8, WP15,
TP11, TP25, TP309
Jagadapillai, Rekha TP281
Jagolino, Amanda L WMP64, TP288,
TP319
Jahan, Reza 2, 161, 200, CTP52,
LB7, LB15, LB18,
B21, WMP6, WMP13,
WMP16, WMP81, WMP108,
WP17, WP19, WP36,
TP25, TP50, TP81
Jahangir, Nauman TP28
Jahnel, Jan 27
Jahnel, Jan L WMP59
Jaja, Blessing N R 191
Jakubowski, Joseph A WP278
Jalal, Fakhreya Y TMP110
James, Martin 150, 152, LB3, TP178
James, Michael 211
Janardhan, V WMP8
Janardhan, Vallabh WP31
Jan Degenhardt, Jan WMP50
Jander, Sebastian TP9
Jandzinski, Michal WMP45
Jang, Min Uk WP18, WP180
Jang, Min-Uk WMP61
Jang, Myung Suk TP200
Jani, Vishal B 119, WP13, WP341,
TMP19
Janis, L S 103, TP302
Janis, Scott CTP30
Janis, Scott L
TP184
Janjua, Ahmad U TP253
Janjua, Ahmad Umair WMP67
Janjua, Nazli WP248, TP211,
TP225, TP432
Jankowitz, Brian T CTP26, WP15, TP14
Janrdan, Vallabh 202
Jansen, Olav 155, LB21, WP29
Jarvis, Malcolm CTP24
J-ASPECT investigators, WP94, WP283,
TP434
Jauch, Edward C 185, TP72, TP314
Jauhiainen, Matti TP158
Javalkar, Vijay WP429
Javalkar, Vijayakumar WMP67
Jayaraman, Mahesh WP352, TP298
Jean-Louis, Girardin WP171, TMP85,
TP188, TP425
Jeans, Adam CTP33
Jean-St-Michel, Emilie P413
Jeerakathil, Thomas 117, WMP82,
WMP83, WP222, WP229
Jeng, Jiann-Shing 123, CTP20,
WP414, TP367
Jennings, Em TP140
Jennings, Lisa K CTP48
Jensen, Judd WP12, WP77, TP7, TP16
Jeon, Chiman TP132
Jeon, Pyeong WP280, TP123
Jeon, Sang-Beom TP352
Jeong, Da-hye WP424
Jeong, Han-Gil WP265, WP342,
WP369, TMP45, TP145,
TP6, TP17, TP196, TP325
Jeong, Hye Seon NS5, WP241
Jeong, Jin-Heon TP437
Jeong, Sang-Wuk WP180
Jerde, Ann 180, WP84
Jern, Christina TP163
Jesmajian, Stephen WP328, WP340
Jessel, Michael TP372
Jesselson, Michael 56, WMP87, TP365
Jesus, Adriano A WP219
Jesus, Pedro A P WP219
Jezzard, Peter 63
Ji, Ruijun WP366
Ji, Xunming 17, 19, 93, WP83,
TMP3, TP8, TP113,
TP268, TP270, WP83
Jia, Baixue CTP47
Jia, Feng 36
Jia, Jianping WP83
Jia, Judy TP362
Jia, Wenting WP365
Jiang, Boxiang TP92
Jiang, Lingxiu TMP52
Jiang, Lu 129
Jiang, Yong TP330
Jiao, Liqun 19, TP8
Jickling, Glen C WP370
Jin, Wei-Na WP277
Jin, Weina 144
Jin, Zheng-Yu TP125
Jing, Jing LBP2, WP347
Jivana, Anisa WP317
Jo, Kyung Il WMP28
Jo, Kyung-Il TP132
Jo, Patricia 60
Johanning, Jason TP175, TP212
Johansen, Michelle C TP299
Johansson, Saga TP140
John, Sayona WMP87, WP371
John, Seby TP68, TP94
Johnson, Brenda WP383
Johnson, Chris WP437
Johnson, Collin R WMP27
Johnson, Kay TP244
Johnson, Keith 47
Johnson, Keith A 48, WMP90
Johnson, Melissa 25
Johnson, Meshell TP445
Johnson, Rayetta TP398
Johnson, Samantha A TP247, TP287
Johnson-Black, Phoebe H WP242, TMP12
Johnston, Clay CTP39
Johnston, Karen C
CTP1
Johnston, S C LB22
Johnston, S Claiborne LBP2
Johnston, S Claiborne WMP63
Johnston, Sarah WP81
Johnston, Stephen A WP218
Jonczak, Karin TP12
Jones, Amy WP405
Jones, Andrea S TMP87
Jones, Benjamin A WMP74, TP30, TP78
Jones, Brett WP399
Jones, Brianna 31
Jones, Kimberly TP211, TP432
Jones, Michael R
15, TMP24
Jones, Peggy CTP44, WP253
Jones, Richard N WP355
Jones, Susan M WP105
Jönsson, Ann-Cathrin WP427
Joo, Heesoo TP286
Joo, Min Cheol TP150
Jood, Katarina TP163
Jordan, Lori C WMP103, WP417,
TMP93
Jordan, Louise
LBP8
Jørgensen, Torben 88
Joshi, Manish 60
Jost, Peter TP239
Jost, Wolfgang H MP34
Jovin, Tudor 2, 5, 6, 57, 155,
158, 159, 201, CTP28,
LB16, LB18, LB21, PPS1,
WMP3, WMP6, WMP10,
WMP17, WP1, WP8, WP10,
WP15, WP17, WP26, WP27,
WP29, WP30, WP34, TP11,
TP14, TP18, TP25, TP309
Joy, Mary Teena WP114
J Rodriguez, Gustavo WP393
Ju, Christine WP312, WP313
Juan, Chi-Hung WP154
Judd, Suzanne TMP68
Judd, Suzanne E TMP120
Juega, Jesus M 58, WP397, TP49
Jula, Antti TP158
Jun, Hyun Jung TP265
June, Jeffrey CTP42
Jürries, Falko LB2, TP215, TP233
Kabbani, M R
WMP8
Kabbani, Mo WP31
Kabbani, Mouhammed WP164
Kabeto, Mohammed U TMP120, TP324
Kaczmarek, Sabina 179
Kada, Akiko WMP33, WP94, WP283,
TP323, TP434
Kadirvel, Ramanathan WMP27, TP86
Kagimura, Tatsuo TMP94
Kahen, Michael
209, WP231
Kahle, Kristopher T WP269
Kahles, Timo 205, WP228
Kaimal, Balarama TMP50
Kaiser, Erin E TP109
Kajimoto, Katsufumi WMP54, WP210
Kakar, Priya CTP6
Kaku, Shogo WP91
Kaku, Shougo MP119
Kalafut, Mary WP20, WP243
Kalaria, Rajesh N TMP111
Kalashyan, Hayrapet WMP83, WP222,
WP229
Kallmes, David F WMP27, WP11,
WP48, TP31, TP86
Kalola, Rushil WP2, TP32, TP35
Kalyani, Malik TP216
Kamal, Noreen 5, 201, TMP65
Kamath, Manjeshwar Sahana S TMP30
Kamauu, Aaron TP406
Kambayashi, Yukinao
WMP119
Kameda, Tomoaki WP168, TMP92,
TP67
Kamel, Hooman 97, 109, 134, 167,
210, WP165, WP176,
WP192, WP194, WP200,
WP203, WP360, WP368,
TMP71, TP177, TP182,
TP186, TP192
Kameneva, Marina V WMP48, WP276
Kamigaki, Alisa 80
Kaminogo, Makio TMP99
Kamitani, Satoru WMP33, WP283,
WP94, TP323, TP434
Kamiyama, Kenji TMP92, TP67, WP168
Kamouchi, Masahiro TP207
Kamphuisen, Pieter W 213
Kan, Issei WMP119, WP91
Kan, Peter WMP4
Kanamaru, Takuya WP118, TP194
Kanamoto, Tadashi WMP78
Kanapathipillai, Mathumai WP437
Kanaya, Yuhei TP62, TP208
Kanazawa, Makoto WP115, WP216
Kanazawa, Masato WP97
Kandola, Sandy LB8
Kandula, Namratha CTP44
Kaneko, Nobuyuki WP68
Kanemaru, Kazutomi WP139
Kanematsu, Yasuhisa TP90
Kang, Chul-hoo 90
Kang, Chung TP150
Kang, Dong-Wan WP265, TMP45,
TP6, TP17
Kang, Dong-Wha WP87, WP225, TP352
Kang, Hyun Goo
WP87, WP230, WP87
Kang, Jihoon
TP356
Kang, Kyusik WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Kang, Min-Ju WP85
Kang, Seungho P80
Kang, Shuai 4, WP111
Kantrakul, Waristha WP215
Kapinos, Gregory TP436
Kaplan, Berkan 96
Kapoor, Arunima WP141
Kappelhof, Manon 4
Kapral, Moira K WP306, TP176
— 124 —
Kapur, Subhash
TP340
Karas, Maria G 210, WP194
Karhunen, Pekka TMP119
Karhunen, Pekka J WP296, TP158
Kario, Kazuomi WP168, TMP92, TP67
Kasakura, Shigen WP24, WP59, WP65
Kasasbeh, Aimen TP38
Kase, Carlos S 46, WMP92
Kashiwazaki, Daina 101
Kashyap, Devika TMP65
Kasner, Scott E 16, 20, CTP9,
WP227, WP326, WP339,
WP353, WP354
Kassab, Mounzer WP341, TP318, TP439
Kassim, Adetola WP417, TMP93
Kassis, Haifa 127
Kaste, Markku WP143, WP296,
TMP119, TP158
Katan, Mira TMP112
Kataoka, Hiroharu 55, WMP33, TMP44,
TMP47, TP122, TP323
Kate, Mahesh 214, WMP82, WMP83,
TP373, TP73
Katijjahbe, Md Ali TMP27
Katsanos, Aristeidis H 37, 135, 204,
TMP1, TMP17, TP218
Kattah, Jorge C CTP36
Katusic, Zvonimir 222
Katz, Brian S WP357, TP371
Katz, Jeffrey M 209, WP231,
WP322, WP329
Katz, Paul WP208
Katzan, Irene WP116, WP378
Katzan, Irene L 186, WP295
Kaur, Manmeet WP346, WP348,
TMP7, TP56, TP78
Kautz, Steven A 74
Kavak, Katelyn
TP296
Kawabe, Kiyokazu
TP227
Kawabori, Masato TP138
Kawaguchi, Shoichiro TMP20
Kawajiri, Hiroyuki WP419
Kawano, Tomohiro 174
Kawasaki, Masanori WP122
Kawasaki, Toshinari TP232
Kawashima, Ryuta TP284
Kazaryan, Suzie TP366
Kazumata, Ken 9, WP61, WP110,
WP112, TP234
Keable, Kristi TP392
Keasler, Debbie TP211, TP432
Kee, Frank 88
Keeling, Joanne CTP8, CTP16
Keenan, Kelly A TP259
Keep, Richard F TMP54
Keiling, Brett TP391
Keita, Maningbe CTP36
Kelly, Adam CTP37
Kelly, Michael TP14
Kelly, Peter J CTP10
Kelly, Stephen
TP444
Kelly-Tolley, Ursula TP130
Kemmling, Andre
CTP41
Kemp, Stephanie M 6, 57, 158, CTP11,
WMP2, WMP11,
WMP17, WP34, TP302
Kenmuir, Cynthia L WP8, WP15,
TP11, TP309
Kennedy, James 63
Kenney, Carol CTP10
Kenny, Amanda WMP104, WP406
Kent, Thomas A WMP1
Kepplinger, Jessica 81, WP233,
WP344, TMP41, TP162
Kerber, Kevin A CTP36
Kermer, Pawel LB2, TP215
Kernan, Walter N LB1, TP423
Kerns, Robert WP199
Kerr, Bryce WP79
Keshary, Sanjeev TP320
Keshet, Itay PPS5
Keshtkaran, Mahsa 3
Kessler, Christoph 138
Kesten, Adam G TP149
Khader Eliyas, Javed WMP87
Khaldi, Ahmad WP401
Khalil, Ahmed A TP47
Khan, Asif A TP28
Khan, Ferhana WP324
Khan, Hajra M 75
Khan, Khayam TP43, TP45
Khan, Khurshid WP222, WP229
Khan, Mohammad B TMP118
Khan, Muhib WP44, WP352,
WP355, TP298
Khan, Muhib A TP369
Khan, Saad TMP117, TP55, TP57
Khan, Usman LB3
Khan, Yasir 53
Khandelwal, Priyank WMP49, TP3, TP95
Khanna, Omaditya 56
Khatri, Pooja 159, 185, CTP27,
WMP3, WP7, WP177,
WP305, TMP10, TP2,
TP72, TP160, TP164
Khawaja, Ayaz WMP74, TMP107,
TP56, TP345
Khawaja, Ayaz M WP346, TMP7
Khawaja, Zeshaun WP295
Khorchid, Yasser WP373, TP4
Khormaee, Sariah 134
Khoury, Jane C 136, 182, WP7,
WP177, WP204, WP232,
WP305, WP408, TMP5,
TMP10, TP143, TP160,
TP164, TP371
Khoury, Naim 162
Khoury, Naim N TP29
Khoury, Philip R WP204
Khoury, R WMP8
Khoutorova, Larissa TP97
Khoynezhad, Ali TP272
Khurana, Dheeraj TP454
Ki, Chang-Seok WP280, TP123
Ki, Seul-Ki WP265
Kibler, Kathleen K 170
Kidwell, Chelsea S 161, TP377
Kiehl, Tim-Rasmus TMP46
Kiihnl, David N TP418
Kikuchi, Takayuki TP137
Kilday, Kelley TP276
Kilkenny, Monique F WP127
Killer-Oberpfalzer, Monika
155, WP29
Kim, Anthony CTP39
Kim, Anthony S 139, WMP9, WP158,
WP246, TMP97
Kim, Beom Joon WMP61, WP18, WP76,
WP342, TP200, TP304
Kim, Beom-Joon WP180, TMP45
Kim, Bum Joon WP87
Kim, Byung-Jo TP209
Kim, Byungchae WP80
Kim, Chi Kyung WP265, WP369, TMP45,
TP6, TP17, TP145,
TP196, TP325
Kim, Dae-Hyun WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Kim, Deog Young TP150
Kim, Do Yeon WP265, TMP45, TP6, TP17
Kim, Dong-Eog 110, WMP61, WP18,
WP76, WP180, TP304
Kim, Doojin WMP71, WMP81,
WP46, TP81
Kim, Esther S H 18
Kim, Eun Hee WP241
Kim, Eun-Hye WP431
Kim, Eun-Kyu
TP448
Kim, Eung Yeop TP10
Kim, Eunhee TMP57
Kim, Grace WP135
Kim, Grace J WP153
Kim, Gyeong-Moon WP23, WP280,
TP118, TP123
Kim, Hahn Young 110
Kim, Helen 50, 52, 53, WP436
Kim, Hyun-Duck TP198
Kim, Hyung Ki WP241
Kim, Hyung-Hwan TP265
Kim, Jae Guk TP205
Kim, Jae-Youn WP92
Kim, Jahae WP80
Kim, Jayoung WP275
Kim, Jei 110, NS5, WP241
Kim, Jeong-Min WP159, WP211
Kim, Ji Hwa TP220, TP223
Kim, Ji-Hwa WP66
Kim, Jin Young 110
Kim, Jinkwon WMP58
Kim, Jong S
110, WP225
Kim, Jong S
NS8, WP87, TP352
Kim, Jong Soo WMP28, WMP28
Kim, Jong Sun CTP2, CTP7
Kim, Jong Youl
TP445
Kim, Jong-Soo WP280, TP123, TP132
Kim, Joon-Tae
WMP61, WP18, WP76,
WP180, WP438, TP205
Kim, Joong-Seok WP128, TP224
Kim, Jun Yup WP265, TMP45,
TP6, TP17, TP200
Kim, Keon Ha WP280
Kim, Meyung Kug TP204
Kim, Min Sun TP112
Kim, Min-Gyeong WP221, TP217
Kim, Myungkyu WP80
Kim, Nuri TP445
Kim, Rokbum WP424
Kim, Seong-Eun 98
Kim, Seongheon 110
Kim, Seul Kee PPS4, WP5
Kim, Soo Yoon WP280
Kim, Soo-Jeong 207
Kim, Soo-Kyoung WP424
Kim, Suk Jae WP280
Kim, Sun 6, 57, 158, CTP11,
WMP11, WMP17, WP34
Kim, Sung Tae TP118
Kim, Susan TP297
Kim, Tae Jung WP369, TP145,
TP196, TP325
Kim, Tae-Won
TP224
Kim, TaeHee TMP50
Kim, Warren TP1
Kim, Wook-Joo WMP61, WP18
Kim, Wook-ju TP356
Kim, Yerim WP369, TP145,
TP196, TP325
Kim, Yong-Jae WMP58
Kim, YooHwan TP209
Kim, Young Dae WMP58, WP213, WP275
Kim, Young-Seo TP103
Kim, Yun-Hee TP150
Kimberly, W T LB6, WMP88, WP38
Kimberly, W Taylor LB24, WMP24
Kim-Tenser, May 82, WP242, WP56,
TP77, TMP63
Kimura, Hidehito WP133
Kimura, Hiroaki WP139
Kimura, Kazumi CTP12, WP68, WP118,
WP168, TMP92, TP64,
TP67, TP74,
TP194, TP197
Kimura, Shinya WP419
Kimura-Ohba, Shihoko TMP110
King, Ben T TP245
King, Marisa A TP149
King, Robert M
TP261
King, Sage L WP172
King, Sallyann TP285, TP307
King, Shelleen WP3
Kinosada, Masanori TP232
Kinoshita, Naoto WP168, TP355
Kinoshita, Takamasa TP129
Kinouchi, Tomoya P90
Kirby, James CTP16, CTP8
Kirchoff-Torres, Kathryn F TP247
Kirkham, Fenella WMP105
Kirkpatrick, Angelia C TP120, TP459
Kirmani, Jawad WMP12, WP2, WP71,
TP24, TP32, TP34,
TP88, TP35, TP310,
TP397, TP444
Kirton, Adam 29, 30, WMP102,
WMP107, TMP117
Kiser, Danita TP244
Kiss, Alex WP141
Kissela, Brett M 136, 149, WP7,
WP144, WP177, WP190,
WP232, WP293, WP305,
TMP10, TP160, TP164,
TP143, TP371
Kistangari, Gaurav TMP102
Kitagawa, Kazuo WP430, TMP94
Kitago, Tomoko LB5
Kitazato, Keiko T TP90, TP93
Kitazono, Takanari CTP12, WP115,
WP216, TP207
Kitsiou, Alkisti TP216
Kittner, Steven WP372
Kitzler, Hagen H WP233, TMP41
Kiyozuka, Testuhito TP227
Kjos, Nick TP408
Klaas, James TMP42
Kleindorfer, Dawn O 136, 149, 185,
WP7, WP78, WP144,
WP177, WP190, WP232,
WP305, TMP10, TMP72,
TP160, TP164, TP371
Kleinman, Jonathan T WMP71
Klijn, CJM (Karin) 52
Klimpe, Sven
LB2
Klingman, Jeff LBP3
Kliper, Efrat TP460
Klopfenstein, Jeffrey D TP101
Klotz, Luisa
TP273
Klucznik, Richard P CTP52
Knapp-Clevenger, Rhonda WP406
Knauth, Michael TP242
Knight, Robert A TP259
Knitter, James 61, 161
Ko, Sang-Bae WP16, WP369, TP145,
TP196, TP325
Ko, Tai-Ming TP134
Ko, Youngchai WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Kobayashi, Akie TP380
Koch, Sebastian 211, WP372, TMP67,
TP116, TP315
Kocher, Sascha TP136
— 125 —
Koehler, Anne WP344
Koehler, Jodi L TMP40
Koehler, Raymond C 170
Koga, Masatoshi CTP12, WP168, WP188,
WP210, TMP106, TMP92,
TP67, TP355
Koh, Hyeon Song
WP241
Koh, Seong-Ho 110, TP103, TP265
Kohl, Thomas WMP50
Kohmura, Eiji WP133, WP259
Kohta, Masaaki WP133
Kokaia, Zaal TMP28
Kokubo, Yoshihiro TP172, TP174
Kollmer, J LB14
Kon, Hiroyuki WP365
Kondapali, Swathi TP24
Kondapalli, Swathi
TP35
Kono, Syoichiro WMP37
Kono, Yuji WP419
Koo, Jaseong TP224
Korai, Masaaki TP90
Korczyn, Amos D TP460
Korin, Netanel WP437
Koriyama, Hiroshi 174
Koroshetz, Walter J 104
Korsnack, Andrea M 26
Korya, Daniel WMP12, WP2, WP71,
TP24, TP32, TP34,
TP35, TP88,
TP310, TP397
Kosinski, Andrzej S
WMP34
Kothari, Ravish CTP45, CTP49
Kothari, Shweta WP258
Kotick, John
CTP34
Kotzen, Lisa TP335
Koudstaal, Peter
TP171
Kouperberg, Ephim 224
Kouzmitcheva, Elizabeth
WP411
Kovacs, Michael TP51
Koyama, Misaki
P97
Kozak, Benjamin TP241, TP311
Kral, Brian G WP434
Kramer, Lauren 27
Krämer, Markus 205, WP228
Kreitzer, Natalie TP2
Kreuzer, Jörg
213
Krieger, Derk W CTP17
Krings, Timo 5, 201, WP413
Krishnamurthi, Rita WP181
Krishnamurthy, Venkatesh
LBP8, TP41
Krogias, Christos WP233, TMP17
Krompf, Kerrie
TP244
Krtolica, Ana 67
Krupinski, Jurek WMP69
Ku, Hsiao-Lun WP126
Kubo, Naoki
TP99
Kubota, Jun TP221
Kucey, Whitney
TP301
Kufner, Anna
TP66
Kuge, Yuji
TP99
Kuhn, Joachim 164
Kuisma, Markku WP240
Kukida, Masanori WP264, WP266
Kukke, Sahana N WP148
Kulik, Tobias WMP20
Kulikowicz, Ewa 170
Kulkarni, Amit 220, WP125
Kulkarni, Chaitanya C WP95
Kulkarni, Girish B TP76
Kumar, Arooshi 180
Kumar, Gyanendra TMP104, TMP107
Kumar, Sandeep TP21
kumaran, Senthil
WP146
Kummer, Benjamin R 109, 134, WP200,
TP177, TP182
Kunz, Alexander Kunz 179
Kuo, I-Ju WP154
Kuo, Meng-Fai WP414
Kuo, Tun-Hsun 173
Kurata, Tomoko WMP37
Kurinami, Hitomi 174
Kurisu, Kota WP112
Kurita, Naohide WP223
Kuriyama, Masaru TP62, TP208
Kuroda, Junya TP207
Kuroda, Satoshi 101, WP110, TP99
Kurogi, Ryota WP94, WP134,
WP283, TP434
Kurogi, Ryouta
WMP33, TP323
Kuroki, Takuma WP223
Kurosaki, Yoshitaka
TP232
Kurowski, Donna
TP12
Kuulasmaa, Kari 88
Kuwayama, Kazuyuki TP90
Kuwayama, Naoya
101
Kwag, Hyun Jeong WP241
Kwan, Tinna TMP34
Kwansa, Herman 170
Kwon, Beyong Deok WP87
Kwon, Do-Young 110
Kwon, Hyon-Jo WP241
Kwon, Il WP275
Kwon, Ivy CTP34
Kwon, Ji-Won 207
Kwon, Soyang CTP44
Kwon, Sun U WP87, WP225, TP352
Kwon, Ye-Rim TP265
Kwun, Byung-Duk TP352
Kyritsis, Athanassios P 204, TP218
Kyuzen, Maya TP227
La, Christian WP45, TP154
Laage, Rico 160
LaBella, Giuliana 24
Labeyrie, Marc-Antoine TMP105
Labovitz, Daniel L TP247
Labreuche, Julien
43, WP52, TP26
Lackland, Daniel T WMP55, WP206
Lagerwey, Mary
WP161, TP185
Lahiri, Shouri 109, WP314, WP315
Lai, Dar-Ming
TP367
Lai, Tze L WP25
Laiwalla, Azim WP119, WP131,
WP138, TMP15, TMP23
Lakkur, Sindhu WP348
Lakshminarayan, Kamakshi
111
Lal, Brajesh K 15, CTP5, LB10, TP131
Lal, Vivek TP454
Lamb, Jessica
67, WP258
Lambrou, Dimitris
TP303
Lampert, Andrew S TP114
Lampert, Sarah WP429
Lan, Linfang WP123
Lanctot, Krista WP141
Land, Thomas WMP72, TP249, TP300
Lane, Bethany 105
Lane, Bethany F 103, TP184
Lane, Karen 215, 216, 217,
CTP36, WMP86, WMP87,
TP365, TP376
Lanford, Jeremy TP435
Lang, Brad 177
Lang, Catherine E WMP51, TMP31
Lang, Li WP297
Langa, Kenneth M
WP163, TMP64,
TMP120, TP324
Langan, Erin WP437, TP261
Langefeld, Carl D 126, 211, WP292,
WP357, WP372, TP359
Langhorne, Peter 76, 153, TMP27
Lannes, Marcelo TMP101
Lansberg, Maarten G 6, 57, 158, LB22,
CTP11, WMP11, WMP17,
WMP21, WP14, WP25,
WP34, WP58, TP38
Lanthier, Sylvain
TP29
Lapchak, Paul A 67, WP282,
TP272, TP275
Lappin, Richard I 167
Lara, Blanca WP439, TP63
Lara, Devon WP276
Larkin, Timothy M
TP278
Larrue, Vincent WMP93, WMP95, WP362
Larson, Amy TP141, TP391
Lassègue, Bernard TP110
Latour, Larry L WMP35
Latour, Lawrence LB23, WP39,
TMP116, TP60
Latour, Lawrence L LB17, WMP19,
WP57, TP65
Lau, Alexander YL WP121
Lau, Helena W 41
Lau, Vicki WP89
Lau, Vivian W 130, TP109
Lau, Wei Ling TP256
Lauer, Arne 85, 122, LB17,
WMP14, WP43
Laughlin, Suzanne
WP413
Laupacis, Andreas LB8
Lavados, Pablo M CTP2, CTP7, CTP15,
LBP6, WMP85, WMP91
Lavori, Phil CTP11
Lavori, Philip W WP25
Lawrence, Nick 84
Lawton, Michael T 50, WP436
Layton, Wendy TP181
Lazar, Ronald M CTP5, WP44, TP446
Le, Duy TP228
Le, Ngoc-Anh 105
Leach, Barbara WP400
Leak, Rehana K 147
Leaker, Michael 29
Lebrun, Louise-Hélène TP29
Lechtenberg, Colleen TP403
Leclerc, Jenna WP99, TP100, TP102,
TP111, TP114
Ledon, Fred 107
Lee, Andrew W TP297
Lee, Byung-Chul 110, WMP61, WP18,
WP76, WP180, WP235,
TP200, TP304
Lee, Cheol-Young WP92
Lee, Deok Hee WP87
Lee, Esther J WMP99
Lee, Eun-Hye TP265
Lee, Eun-Jae 110, WP225
Lee, Eung-Seok 207
Lee, Hak-Seung TP112
Lee, Hamin WMP55
Lee, Henrietta 112
Lee, I-Hui
WP154
Lee, Jann-Der
CTP20
Lee, Ji Sung WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Lee, Ji-Sung
WP16
Lee, Jin Soo 38, WP124
Lee, Jin-Moo 35, 162, LB21,
WMP20, WMP51, WMP97,
WMP113, WP47, WP236,
TMP31, TP252
Lee, Jong Yun TP190
Lee, Jongmin TP150
Lee, Jun 110, WMP61, WP18,
WP76, WP180, WP221,
TP205, TP217, TP304
Lee, Juneyoung WMP61, WP18, WP76,
WP180, TP200,
TP205, TP304
Lee, Jungseok 90
Lee, Kee Ook WP92
Lee, Kee-oog WP66
Lee, Kijeong WP275
Lee, Kiwon WP180
Lee, Kwang HoWP23, WP64, WP280,
TP118, TP123
Lee, Kyu Sun WP124
Lee, Kyu-Yong TP103
Lee, Kyung Bok WMP61, WP18, WP76,
WP180, TP200,
TP205, TP304
Lee, Kyung Yul WP230
Lee, Kyung-Yul WP66, WP92, TP190,
TP220, TP223
Lee, Lilly CTP37
Lee, Meng CTP20, WP287, TMP86
Lee, Mi Ji
WP23, WP280,
TP118, TP123
Lee, Moi-Pin TP139
Lee, Sam-Gyu TP150
Lee, Sanghwa WP18
Lee, Seung-Hoon WP265, TMP45,
TP6, TP17
Lee, Seunghan WP80
Lee, Si Baek WP128
Lee, Soo Joo WMP61, WP18,
WP180, TP205
Lee, Soo-Joo WP76, TP304
Lee, SooJoo TP200
Lee, Sung Eun WP124
Lee, Sung-Ik WP66
Lee, Ting Y TP44
Lee, Ting-Yim TP45, TP51
Lee, Tsong Hai CTP15
Lee, Tsong-Hai CTP2, CTP7, CTP20
Lee, Tsong-Hai Lee TP134
Lee, Vivien WP307, WP371, TP292
Lee, Vivienne S
WMP120
Lee, Yang-Soo TP150
Lee, Young Joo TP103
Lee, Younggun
TP223
Lee, Yunju TP156
Leeds, Janet M 212
Leef, George WP169
Lees, Ken CTP17
Lees, Kennedy
WMP94
Lehman, Laura WMP98
Lehto, Mika WP143
Leifer, Dana TP247
Leifheit-Limson, Erica
15, 184, TMP61,
TMP69, TP338
Leigh, Richard WMP19, WP39,
WP57, TMP116, TP60,
TP65, TP357
Leighton-Herrmann, Ellyn TP189
Leimgruber, Pierre P LB10
Leinekugel, Xavier WP279
Leino, Daniel WMP26
Leipzig, Thomas J TP377
Leira, Enrique C WP368, TP168
Leker, Ronen WP353
Lekoubou, Alain WP335
Lemmens, Robin 160, 205, WP228, TP66
Le Moan, Natacha 67
Leng, Xinyi WP123
Lennon, Sheila TMP27
Lenti, Massimo TMP6, TP124
Lenz, Frederick WP431
Leonard, Jan WP12
Leonardo, Christopher C WP268
Leonards, Christopher
TP180
— 126 —
Leonhardt, Ann M TMP77
Leppert, Michelle WP330
Lerario, Michael P 97, 109, 134, 167
Lerner, David P WP234
Leslie, Paul R CTP6
Lesperance, Mary L TMP95
Lesser, Martin WP344
Letchuman, Vijay WP410, TP161
Letourneau, Justin TMP101
Leung, Doris Y TP195
Leung, Howan 168, WP301
Leung, KT 168
Leung, Lester Y TP173
Leung, Philberta 67
Leung, Thomas 168, WP123,
WP301, TMP16
Leung, Thomas WH WP121
Lev, Michael H 104, 176, LB17, LB23
Levi, Chris CTP22
Levi, Christopher 59, 62, CTP2, CTP3,
CTP7, CTP32, LB20,
LBP8, WMP85, TP41
Levin, Albert M WMP41, TMP60
Levin, Mindy LB8
Levine, Deborah A WP163, TMP9,
TMP120, TMP64,
TP324
Levine, Steven R 78, LB3, WP137,
WP248, TP72, TP287
Levy, Elad 2, LB15, WMP4, WMP6,
WMP 13, TP25, TP50
Levy, Elad I 200, LB7, LB18, LB21,
WP17, WP36
Levy, Jerrold H 213
Levy, Madeline WP261, TP274, TP282
Lewandowski, Christopher WP350
Lewin, M Laura LBP6
Lewis, Sara E 128
Leys, Didier 43
Li, Chao 127, WMP39,
WMP41, TMP60
Li, Chen-Hua TP75
Li, Dean Y 56
Li, Debiao 93, TP219
Li, Fang WMP114
Li, Fanying TP91
Li, Fengwu 218
Li, Hao WP156, WP319,
TP305, TP330
Li, Janet J 211
Li, Jun TP107
Li, Kuncheng 93
Li, Li M WMP73
Li, Linzi WP156, WP319, TP330
Li, Ming-Li WP130, TP125
Li, Minshu 144, WP277
Li, Mu CTP25
Li, Na TP457
Li, Ning WP179
Li, Tianxiao 19
Li, Weiguo 169, WP274, TP277
Li, Weiping
TP258
Li, Xiaofei TP262
Li, Xiaohui TMP52
Li, Xiaoxi WP104
Li, Yanhong TMP52
Li, Yue TMP37, TP336
Li, Yun TP258
Li, Zhao WP111
Li, Zhiguo 144, WP277
Li, Zixiao WP156, WP319, WP320,
TP305, TP330
Liable, Deborah A TP411
Liang, Bruce T WP270
Liang, Carol 67
Liang, Conrad W WMP16, WMP68,
WMP81, WP19, WP46
Liang, Feng WP89, TP91
Liang, Jing TP75
Liang, Li WMP32, TMP36, TMP70,
TP305, TP306
Liang, Xinyu WP428
Liao, James K 56
Libardi, Milena C WP214, TP46, TP213
Liberato, Afonso P TP39
Libman, Richard 52
Libman, Richard B 209, WP231
Licht, Daniel J 31
Lichtman, Judith CTP4, WP288
Lichtman, Judith H 15, 184, CTP4,
WP288 TMP61,
TMP69, TP338
Liebeskind, David S 16, 20, 78, 82, 83,
99, 103, 105, 155, 159,
161, 163, 166, 178,
200, CTP31, CTP46,
LBP4, LB15, WMP3,
WMP5, WMP15, WMP16,
WMP71, WMP81, WMP108,
WP10, WP29, WP36,
WP46, WP67, WP131,
WP138, WP227, WP239,
WP242, WP250, TMP12,
TMP15, TMP38, TMP39,
TMP63, TP53, TP61,
TP81, TP119, TP366
Liebeskind, David Sigmund
WP121
Liebkind, Ron WP364
Liebscher, Julia TP382
Lim, Chi-yeon
TP265
Lim, Joyce CTP15
Lim, Sun Gyo 38
Lima, Andrey TP27
Lima, Fabricio O 104, WMP73
Liman, Jan LB2, TP215, TP233, TP242
Liman, Thomas TP180
Limdi, Nita WP416
Lin, Aileen
WMP99
Lin, Ching-Po 45
Lin, E WMP8
Lin, Longting LB20, LBP8
Lin, Michelle WP56
Lin, Michelle P WMP5, TP77
Lin, Ruey-Tay CTP15
Lin, Shih-Hua WP269
Lin, Weili WMP20, WP47
Lin, Yi CTP14
Linares, Geraldina WP196
Linares, Guillermo WP208, TP14
Linde, Ruth WP391
Lindgren, Arne WP356, WP427,
TMP28, TP163
Lindley, Richard CTP2, CTP3,
CTP7, WMP91
Lindley, Richard I 76, 153, WMP85,
TMP27, TMP33
Lindquist, David TP298
Lindsay, Patrice WP193
Lindsberg, Perttu TP158
Lindsberg, Perttu J WP240
Lindstrom, Anne NS4, TP388
Lindvall, Olle TMP28
Linfante, Italo WMP4
Ling, Feng 19
Lingsma, Hester F 1, 4, LB7, WP22
Linkewich, Elizabeth WP389, TP417
Linn, Jennifer WP233
Liou, Raymond
LBP4, WP119, WP131,
WP138, TMP15,
TMP23, TP119
Lioutas, Vasileios TP21
Lip, Greg Y H TP428
Lippman, Jason M
TP250
Lipsey, Kim
PPS2
Lipsky, Robert H 195
Lisabeth, Lynda D WP163, WP173,
TMP64, TMP66, TP142,
TP167, TP201, TP324
Liskay, Alice WP378, WP395
Liss, Kim TP73
Little, Virginia L TP144
Liu, Chang-Chia WP431
Liu, DaZhi WP370
Liu, Dezhi WMP81, WP46
Liu, Haining WP120
Liu, Hon-Man WP414
Liu, Honghu
CTP34, TMP87
Liu, Honghu H CTP18
Liu, Hui
36
Liu, Jia CTP47
Liu, Jialing WP279
Liu, Jie WP255
Liu, Kaiyin TMP3, TP113
Liu, Ke Jian TP108
Liu, Lei
WMP47
Liu, Lin TP107
Liu, Liping CTP25, CTP47, LBP2,
WP156, WP319, WP347,
TP305, TP330
liu, Liqiang TP8
Liu, Longjian 36
Liu, Min TMP52
Liu, Nan TP40
Liu, Qiang 144, WP277
Liu, Qingwei
WP277
Liu, Wei 180, WP84
Liu, Wenlan TP108, TP258
Liu, Xian Shuang WMP39
Liu, Xianshuang 127, 146, TMP60
Liu, Xin CTP47
Liu, Xinfeng WP46
Liu, Xiu WP336, TP337
Liu, Zongjian TP270
Livesay, Sarah WP317
Llewellyn, Vanessa A CTP36
Lloyd, Michael 206
Lo, Benjamin
TMP101
Lo, Clara WMP99
Lo, Eng H TMP43, TP426, TP443
Lockhart, Dana
24
Lockman, Paul WMP111
Lodi, Yahia M WP21
Loftspring, Matthew C WP47
Logan, William WMP105
Logsdon, Aric
WMP111
Lombardo, Carmen
TP411
Long, Julie TP244
Long, Qi 105, CTP46
Longbottom, Mary CTP4, WP334
Longmate, James CTP8, CTP16
Longo, Gabriel M
WMP117
Longstreth, Karl E TMP72
Lopes, Demetrius K LB21
Lopes, Renato LBP6
Lopez, Brandon WMP81
Lopez, D LBP6
Lopez, Ignacio WP322
Lopez, J I TP72
Lopez, Mary S TP280
López-Cancio, Elena 103, LB16, WP27,
TMP39, TP19
Lord, Aaron TP359
Lordelo, Morgana J WP219
Lorenzo Llorente, Irene TP96
Lou, Linda TP255
Lou, Min WMP18, TP82
Louttit, Megan TP416
Lovec, Rhonda
WP245
Lovejoy, Anne M LB1
Loveless, Mark O TP406
Lövkvist, Håkan WP427
Lowenkopf, Theodore
TP420
Lowerison, Mark W 201, 5
Loy, David TP7, TP16
Loyola, Susan TP404
Lu, Genmin
212
Lu, Hanzhang WP55
Lu, Linghong TMP95
Lu, Mei WP100, WP102
Lu, Pinyi 166
Lu, Yifan 129
Luby, Marie WMP19, WMP35, WP55,
TMP116, TP60, TP65
Lucke-Wold, Ann N TMP80
Lucke-Wold, Brandon WMP111
Luft, Andreas 205, WP228
Lugt, Aad V D LB18
Lugtu, James WMP67, TMP75, TP244
Lui, Catherine L WP331, WP367
Lukaszewicz, Anne-Claire TMP105
Luke, Douglas WMP51
Lukovits, Timothy TP333
Lum, Cheemun 5, 201, WMP92, TP14
Luna, Jorge M 219, WP160
Lundquist, Javier 12
Luo, Mei
TP270
Lure, Allison C TP92
Luther, Kelly
TMP77
Lutsep, Helmi L 103, 155, CTP9,
WP10, WP29
Lutz, Barbara TMP36
Luzzi, Ariel TP206
Lycan, Sarah 22
Lyden, Patrick LB4, WP258, TP53,
TP228, TP378
Lyerly, Michael 148, WMP74, WP198,
WP348, TMP7, TMP8,
TP30, TP56, TP78,
TP344, TP345
Lyerly, Micheal WP346
Lylyk, Pedro 12, TP86
Lynch, John K WMP19, WMP35, WP57,
TMP116, TP60, TP65
Lynch, Karen E TP337, WP336
Lynn, Michael J 99, 103, 105,
TMP39, TP184
Lytle, Barbara WMP34, TP314
Ma, Bo TMP51
Ma, Chang S TP428
Ma, Chun 17
Ma, Henry 59, 62, CTP3,
CTP22, CTP32
Ma, Qingfeng WP83
Ma, SH 168
Ma, SH
WP121
Ma, Sina CTP34
Ma, Xiaotang WP108
Ma, Xuewen WP263, TMP91
Maali, Laith 44
Maamar-Tayeb, Ali WP249
Mabie, Peter WP93
Mabuchi, Shoji TP138
Macarrone, Patricia LBP6
MacCormick, Matthew WP53
Macdonald, Claire LB3
MacDonald, Gregg TP382
MacDonald, Lee A WP422
MacDonald, Paul WMP67
Macdonald, R L 191
— 127 —
Macdonald, R Loch 190, WP151
MacDougal, Erin L TP201
MacGregor, Daune WP412
Macharzina, Roland Richard TP84, TP136
Macho, Juan M 155, WP29
Macias, Mireya CTP18
MacIsaac, Rachael L WP184
Mack, William WP56, TP77
Mack, William J WMP5, WP250
Mackay, Mark T WMP100, WMP101,
WMP103
Mackey, Ariane CTP4, LB10
Mackey, Jason 136, 149, WP7,
WP144, WP177, WP232,
WP305, TMP10, TP160,
TP164, TP371, TP377
Macklin, Wendy B 70
Macleod, Malcolm CTP17
Maclure, Malcolm TMP95
Macrae, I M 143
Madai, Vince I WP50, WP51
Maddox, Kate TP329
Maddox, Spencer 206
Madsen, Tracy E 136
Maebrae-Waller, Amy WP389
Maeda, Hajime TMP99
Maekawa, Hidetsugu TP93
Magadan, Alejandro WP55
Mahajan, Ajay TMP117, TP55, TP57
Mahmood, Sadiqa TP337
Mahmood, Sadiqa B WP336
Mai, Nguyen WP267
Majersik, Jennifer 118, CTP50, WMP76,
WP334, TP48, TP58
Majid, Arshad WP341
Majjhoo, A Q WMP8
Majjhoo, Aniel WP31
Majkowski, Ryan CTP36
Majoie, Charles B 1, LB7, WP22
Majoie, Charles B LM4
Majoie, Charles B L M LB18
Majumdar, Monica WMP116
Majumdar, Sumit R 117
Makii, Jason WP398
Malas, Mahmoud B 102, TMP21, TP115
Male, Shailesh TMP1, TMP100, TP83
Malek, Reza TP130
Malik, Ahmed WMP57, WP13
Malik, Ahmed A 100, WMP50, TP349
Malik, Amer M CTP37, WMP49
Malinowska, Monika WP425
Malkin, Hayley WMP98
Malkoff, Marc D TMP100, TP83, TP218
Mallas-Serdynski, Lynn TP294
Malmberg, Elisabeth TP339
Malyutina, Sofia 88
Mamdani, Muhammad LB8
Mancini, Barbara WP289
Mandava, Pitchaiah WMP1
Mandell, Daniel M TMP46
Manegold, Johannes TP216
M Angeles, De Miquel WP439
Maniskas, Michael 64, WP426
Manley, Nathan C TMP49
Mann, Jaspreet WP314, WP315
Manosalva, Herbert WP222, WP229
Mantese, Vito A LB10
Manwani, Bharti 94
Manzone, Alessandra PPS1, TMP6
Mao, Hui 130, TP109
Mao, Lei 54
Marcielo, R LBP6
Marcotte, Abigail WP402
Marden, Franklin A WP35
Marinier, Anne 175, WP263
Marino, D LBP6
Marks, David S WP422
Marks, Michael CTP11, WMP11, WMP17
Marks, Michael P 6, 57, 158, WMP21,
WP34
Markul, Eddie WMP65
Marosfoi, Miklos TP261
Marosfoi, Miklos G WP437
Marsh, Dianne TP399
Marsh, Elisabeth TP353
Marshall, Randolph S 97, 161, WMP80,
WP44, WP170, WP352,
TP12, TP290, TP446
Martens, C LBP6
Martí-Fábregas, Joan CTP9, WMP69
Martin, Abraham TMP56
Martin, Christine TP241, TP311
Martin, Christopher 68
Martin, Coleman O WP3
Martin, Hannah 143
Martin, Kimberly D WP293
Martin, Lorena TP19
Martin, Neil WP131, WP138, TMP23
Martin, Neil A TP119
Martin, Ryan C TMP67
Martin, Steve WP51
Martin, Steve Z WP50
Martineau, Isabelle TP301
Martinez, Beatrice CTP18
Martinez, Julie TP339
Martinez, Paula LBP6
Martinez-Ramirez, Sergi 47, 121, 124,
TP458, TP462
Martini, Sharyl
136, 149, WP7,
WP177, WP232, WP305,
WP357, TMP10,
TP160, TP359
Martini, Sharyl R 87, WMP1, WP144,
TP164, TP203
Martini, Sheryl R TP371
Martins, Sheila O
CTP2, CTP7
Martin-Schild, Sheryl 202, WP209,
WP248, WP352, TP193,
TP199, TP440
Martins Filho, Rui Kleber V WP214, TP46,
TP213
Martus, Peter 138
Marucchini, Alessandro TP354
Maruyama, Daisuke 55, TP122
Mas, Jean-Louis TMP56
Masafumi, Toriyabe WP97
Mascitelli, J TP387
Mason, Antoinette WP158
Mason, Maryann CTP44
Masoud, Hesham WMP116
Masoud, Hesham E 41
Massaud, Rodrigo M TP390
Massicotte, Patti 29
Mathews, Eleanor TP459
Mathews, Eleanor A 193, TP456
Mathews, Maureen 27
Mathieson, Philip 63
Mathur, Vandana 212
Matin, Nusrat TP455
Matsubara, Soichiro WP210, TP67
Matsuda, Shinya WMP33, WP94,
WP283, TP323, TP434
Matsuki, Takayuki
TP341, TP347
Matsumaru, Yuji WP129
Matsumoto, Chisa TP174
Matsumoto, Masayasu TMP94
Matsumoto, Naoki TP232
Matsumoto, Noriko WP118
Matsuo, Ryu TP207
Matsuo, Takayuki
133, WMP78,
WP98, TMP99, TP438
Matsushita, Nobuhisa TP90
Mattila, Olli S WP240
Mattlage, Anna TMP35
Mattle, Heinrich P 200, LB21
Matz, Karl WP420
Maud, Alberto WP393, TP133
Mauldin, Patrick D 185
Maureen, Mathews
WMP59
Mavis, Brian
WP247
Mavridis, Dimitrios
37
Maxwell, Emily WMP104
Mayasi, Yunis M TP289
Mayberry, Jordan WP81
Mayer, S TP387
Mayer, Stephan 190
Mayer, Stephan A PPS5
Mayhook, Andrew TP140
Mayo, Steven 215, CTP36, WMP86
M Ayres, Alison
TP462
Mays, Robert TP106
Mays, Robert W
71, 177, LB19
Maza, Noor TP39
Mazaris, Paul WMP25
Mazighi, Mikael WP52
Mazya, Michael PPS1
McAuley, Gary CTP6
McBee, Nichol 215, 216, 217, CTP36,
TP376, WMP86,
WMP87, WMP96
McCabe, Christopher 143
McCabe, Dominick 138
McCabe, Jessica P 73, WP149
McCammon, Craig 162
McCammon, Ryan
TP324
McCarthy, Jackie WP322, WP329
McCarthy, Kathryn 197, WP12, WP77,
TP7, TP16, TP80
McCartney, David L WP331, WP367
McClellan, Fabienne TP247, TP287
McClintick, Jay WP3
McClure, Leslie WP166
McClure, Leslie A 219, WP160
McCormack, Michael 178
McCormick, Sheree A TP157
McCourt, Rebecca 214, TP373
McCoyd, Matthew TP312
McCreath, Heather CTP18
McCulloch, Charles E 50, 53, WP436
McCullough, Louise 198, WMP25, WP33,
WP261, TMP53, TP107,
TP267, TP274,
TP282, TP343
McCullough, Louise D 65, 94, 171,
WMP45, WP217, WP270,
TP375, TP452
McDermott, Mollie 181, TMP66
McDonald, Austin WP119
McDougall, Connor TP44, TP45
McElduff, Patrick CTP3
McGillicuddy, Daniel CTP36
McGowan, Devon TP285
McGrath, Emer R TMP90
McIntosh, Celia A WP310
McKay, Matthew WMP120
McKee, Bruce L TP384
McKee, Jacelyn TP408
McKinney, James TP12
McKinstry, Robert C 35, WMP97
McKniff, Sueanne WP391
McLaughlin, James TP399
McLaughlin, Michael 98
McManus, Michael H WMP68, WMP71
McMullin, David TMP43, TP426, TP443
McMurry, Tim 84
McMurry, Timothy L TP250
McNally, Joseph S 98
McNeil, Clayton 27
Mcneil, Clayton J WMP59
McPherson, Kathryn WP405
McPherson, Scott WP387
McRae, Anna 112, TMP27
McRobb, Lucinda S WMP120
Meary, Eric 95
Medeiros, Lais M TP317
Meder, Jean-Francois TMP105
Medina, Esperanza TP96
Mehdiratta, Manu CTP6
Mehla, Sandhya TP296
Mehta, Bijal CTP18
Mehta, Lahar LB22
Mehta, S WMP8
Mehta, Siddhart
WMP12, WP2, WP71,
TP24, TP32, TP34,
TP35, TP88,
TP310, TP397
Mehta, Suresh L WP271
Mehta, Tapan V 198, WMP25, WP33
Meier, Dieter WP102
Mejilla, Jennifer TP72
Melander, Olle TP163
Melikam, Sylvia WP206
Melkas, Susanna WP70, WP296,
TMP119, TP158
Mellen, Nicholas TP281
Meller, Laura A TP386
Melmed, Kara R TP378
Mendelson, Scott J TP79
Mendes, Monique TP260
Meng, Hailan WP104
Meng, Ran 17
Meng, Xia
CTP14, LBP2,
WP156, WP347
Mengistu, Andenet 206
Menon, Bijoy 2, 60, LB18,
WP53, TP25
Menon, Bijoy K 159, 201, 5, LB7,
WMP23, WMP3, WP17,
TP14, TP43, TP44, TP45
Merchant, Anwar T CTP40
Meretoja, Atte 3, 59, 62,
CTP32, WP364
Merino, Jose G WMP19
Merkler, Alexander TP290
Merkler, Alexander E 109, 134, 167,
WP200, WP203, TP177,
TP182, TP186,
TP192, TP290
Merrill Persaud, Julie 25
Merritt, Robert K 183
Mersfelder, Jenna TP392
Meschia, James F CTP4, CTP5, LB10,
TP338
Meseguer, Elena WP52
Messe, Steven WP353, WP354,
TP84, TP136, TP314
Messerschmid, Anna LB2, TP215, TP233
Metoki, Norifumi WP68
Metter, Jeffrey E 166
Meurer, William J CTP36, WP163, TP329
Meyer, Brett C 161, TP59, TP302
Meyer, Dawn TP59
Meyer, Ivo A TP421
Meyerand, Mary E TP154
Meyers, Melissa WP384
Meyers, Philip 161, CTP35
Meyokazaki, Keity WP135
Meyrose, Colleen TP143
— 128 —
Miao, Zhongrong CTP47
Michel, Patrik 205, WP228,
TP303, TP421
Michell, Peter 62
Middlesworth, William WP200, TP177
Middleton, Sandy CTP15, NS4
Miech, Edward TP212
Miech, Edward J TP402
Mienel, Patricia TP382
Mihara, Ban WP139
Mijajlovic, Milija
TMP17
Mikulik, Robert WP28, TMP17
Milakovich, Rebecca D TP411
Millan, Monica LB18, WP17
Millán, Monica WP27
Miller, Eliza C WP157, WP170, WP185
Miller, Jeffrey C TP168
Miller, Joseph WP350
Miller, Kathryn TP400
Miller, Michael 190
Milling, Truman J TP245
Min, Jiangyong
WP82
Min, Li-Juan WP264, WP266
Minassian, Grace L WP327
Minatoya, Kenji WP210
Minematsu, Kazuo CTP12, WMP54,
WP136, WP188,
TMP94, TP191, TP347
Mineyko, Aleksandra 29, WMP102,
WMP107
Mingle, John WP391
Minnerup, Jens WP96, WP337, TP273
Mintier, Gabe WP263
Mirambeau, Alberta TP285, TP307
Miran, Muhammad Shah 100, 203,
WMP112, TMP19, TP349
Miranda, Rajesh 131
Miranda, Renata A N WP49, TP390
Mirtchev, Dimitre 198
Misaghi, Ehsan 214
Mishina, Hiromi WP419
Mishra, Nishant 6, 57, 158, WMP11,
WMP17, WP34, TP38
Mistry, Eva TP342
Mistry, Hetal WP261, TP274
Mitaki, Shingo WP205
Mitchell, Marylou WP341
Mitchell, Peter 3, 59, WP17
Mitchell, Peter J LB18, LB7
Miteff, Ferdinand LBP8
Mitha, Alim P 11, WP338
Mitsumura, Hidetaka TP221
Mitsuyama, Shokei K TMP114
Mittal, Bhagwant R
TP454
Mittal, Manoj K
137, 196, 202,
WP316, WP407, WP410,
TP126, TP161,
TP316, TP320
Mittman, Brian CTP18, CTP34
Miura, Ken TP227
Miura, Masatomo WP60, WP62
Miura, Minami WP97
Miwa, Kaori WP430
Mix, Doran TP121
Miyachi, Shigeru WMP33, WP94, WP283,
TP323, TP434
Miyahara, Eiji TP129
Miyamoto, Michiyuki WP110
Miyamoto, Susumu TP137, TP230
Miyamoto, Takeshi TP93
Miyamoto, Yoshihiro WMP33, TP172,
TP323
Miyata, Shigeki TMP88
MIyata, Toshiyuki TMP88, TP347
Miyazaki, Yuichi, WMP54, WP210, TP355
Mizuno, Makoto WP278
Mlynash, Michael 6, 57, 158, CTP11,
WMP11, WMP17, WMP21,
WP14, WP34,
WP52, WP58
Moalem, Alimohammed TP211
Moats, Harmon L LB5
Moazami, Nader 40
Mocco, J 61, TP387
Mocco, J 190
Mochizuki, Hideki 174, WP430, TMP48
Modak, Janhavi M TP343
Modi, Jayesh 92
Modi, Manish TP454
Modir, Royya TP59
Modlin, Charles WP421
Moeller-Hartmann, Walter WP50
Mogi, Masaki WP264, WP266
Mohammad, Afroz WMP111
Mohammad, Askar WP222, WP229
Mohammed, Alim TMP33
Mohanty, Manju TP454
mohanty, Sujata WP146
Moharir, Mahendranath WMP105, WP411,
WP412, WP413
Moheet, Asma WP314, WP315, TP378
Mohr, J P LB11
Mohr, Jay P WP436
Mohr, JP 52
Mohseni-Bod, Hadi WP413
Mojarro-Huang, Elizabeth CTP18
Mokin, M WMP8
Mokin, Maxim WMP13, WMP4, WP31
Molad, Jeremy TP460
Molajo, Adeniyi O TP231
Molina, Carlos A 58, CTP3, LB7, LB16,
WMP69, WMP92, WP27,
WP397, TP49
Molloy, Mark WMP120
Molyneaux, Bradley J LB6, LB24, WP147
Molyneux, Andrew WMP29
Monagle, Paul T WMP101
Money, Lynn TP365
Monica, Millan LB16
Mönnings, Peter WP233
Mono, Marie-Luise 205, WP228
Monquiewicz, Michelle WP149
Montaldo, Gabriel TMP56
Montalvo, Cris TMP36
Montaner, Joan LB22, WMP113
Montanera, Walter J TP14
Montgomery, Alan CTP24
Montgomery, Jean 103, TP184
Montgomery, Kelly WP398, TP414, TP416
Montoya, Ana CTP18
Moodie, Marjorie 153
Moodie, Marjory
76
Moomaw, Charles 211, WP305, TP359
Moomaw, Charles J 87, 126, 136, 149,
211, WP7, WP144,
WP177, WP190, WP232,
WP292, WP305, WP357,
WP372, TMP10, TP160,
TP164, TP203, TP359
Moomaw, Charlie J TP371
Moon, Gyeong Joon WP280
Moon, Yeseon P WMP56, WP176,
TMP112
Mooney, Melissa
TP391
Moonis, Majas 116
Moonis, Majaz TP289
Moore, Kari D 113, 180, WP84,
WP323, TP328
Moore, Kathi TP392
Moore, Pamela WP403
Moore, Shirley M WP421
Moore, Tara 68
Moore, Tracy WP376, WP379, TP404
Moore, Wesley S CTP5, LB10, TMP24
Moquete, Ellen 52
Mora, Paloma WP439, TP63
Moradiya, Yogesh WMP94, WP360
Moral, Alfons WP439
Moran, Andrew E WP158
Morden, Nancy 86
Moreno, Lilian CTP18
Moreno, Myriam WMP106
Morgan, Walter WP245
Morgenstern, Lewis B WP163, WP173,
TMP64, TMP66, TP142,
TP167, TP201, TP324
Mori, Hisae 55
Mori, Kota TMP44, TMP47, TP191
Mori, Takahisa WP24, WP59, WP65
Morikawa, Minoru TP438
Morioka, Harumi TP227
Morishima, Yoshiyuki TP271, TP283
Morishita, Ryuichi 174, TP269
Morita, Akio 14
Morita, Naomi WP68
Moriwaki, Takuya 9
Morofuji, Yoichi WMP78, TMP99, TP438
Morotti, Andrea WMP89, TP372
Morrell, Kathryn TP346
Morris, Daniel WP100
Morris, David CTP48
Morris, Nicholas A 109, WP203
Morrison, Jaclyn L TMP95
Morrison, Kathy WP381
Morrison, Laura TP51
Morrison, Laurie CTP6
Morrison, Leslie
53
Morrow, Megan TP1
Mortazavi, Farzad 68
Morton, Johanna L TP245
Moser, Elizabeth A S TP377
Moser, Hope WP402, TMP74
Moskowitz, Alan J 52, LB11
Mosley, Ian WMP101
Mossahebi, Pouria WP45, TP154
Motola, Ivette TP254
Motoyama, Rie TMP44, TMP47
Mott, Katherine WMP14
Motz, Deb WP376, WP379, WP382,
TP404, TP412
Mould, Andrew CTP36
Mould, W Andrew 216
Moulin, Solène 43
Mountis, Maria 40
Moussavi, Mohammad WMP12, WP2,
WP71, TP24, TP32,
TP34, TP35, TP88,
TP310, TP397, TP444
Moutrie, Vaughan WMP120
Mowla, Ashkan TP71
Moy, Claudia CTP23
Moy, Claudia S 52, CTP5, CTP30
Moy, Hawnwan Phil WP236
Mpotsaris, Anastasios TP9
MR CLEAN Investigators, 1, 4, WP22
Msayib, Yunus
63
Mu, Yunming TP72
Muchada, Marian
58, WP397, TP49
Mudra, Harald WP233
Mueller-Kronast, Nils H CTP52
Muengtaweepongsa, Sombat WP215
Mughal, Mansoor WP309
Muiños, Pedro J R WP219
Muir, Keith W LB9
Mukarram, Faisal TP353
Mukawa-Sawada, Maki TMP13
Mulder, Maxim J 1
Mulkey, Daniel TP267
Mullen, Michael T LB3, LB5,
WP339, WP354
Müller, Achim 216
Müller, Carolin TP84
Muller, Holly TP382
Müller-Eichelberg, Andreas 205, WP228
Multicenter AVM Research WP436
Study (MARS) Investigators
Munchi, Yashasvee TP267
Mundl, Hardi CTP9
Mungham, Alexander WP37
Munoz, Cynthia CTP18
Muñoz, Lucia
WP27
Muñoz-Venturelli, Paula CTP15
Munsell, Alli TP104
Muntner, Paul WP416
Murad, Mohammad H WP11
Muraga, Kanako WP118, TP194
Murashka, Katie WP197
Murayama, Shigeo WP139
Murayama, Yuichi WMP119, WP91
Mure, Hideo TP90
Murray, Alicia LB9
Murray, Judy WP389
Murthy, Santosh 217, WMP94,
WP360, TP376
Mustanoja, Satu WP70
Mustare, Veerendrakumar TP76
Mut, Fernando 13, TP86
Mutch, Christopher A
TP241, TP311
Muthusami, Prakash WP411
Mutke, Matthias A WP51
Mutoh, Tatsushi TP284
Mutoh, Tomoko TP284
Muzikansky, Alona LB17, LB23
Myers, Laura TP402
Myers, Laura E TP152
Myers, Laura J TP165
Myint, Phyo TMP89
Na, Sang-Jun WP92
Nadareishvili, Zurab WMP19, WMP35,
WP57, TMP116,
TP60, TP65
Nael, Kambiz 61, 161
Nagahiro, Shinji WP68, TP90, TP93
Nagai, Atsushi WP205
Nagai, Yoji TMP94
Nagakane, Yoshinari WP168, TMP92,
TP42, TP67
Nagao, Yoichiro WP60, WP62
Nagaraja, Tavarekere N TP259
Nagasawa, Junpei TP227
Nagata, Izumi WMP33, TMP99,
TP323, TP438
Nagata, Manabu TP137
Nagatsuka, Kazuyuki WP136, WP168,
WP188, WP210, WP220,
TMP4, TMP44, TMP47,
TMP88, TMP106,
TMP109, TMP111, TP341,
TP347, TP355
Nagatuka, Kazuyuki WMP54
Naggara, Olivier 95, TMP105
Nah, Hyun-Wook WP18, TP200
Nahab, Fadi 105, 106, 188, 206,
WMP10, WMP67, WP429
Nahrir, Shahpar WP256
Naidech, Andrew WP140, TP332
Naidich, Thomas 61
Nair, Deepak 27
— 129 —
Nair, Deepak S WMP59
Nair, Veena A WP45, TMP25, TP154
Najm, Mohamed WMP23, TP44
Nakagami, Hironori 174, TP269
Nakagawa, Kazuma WP172
Nakagawa, Takashi TMP114
Nakagawara, Jyoji WP94, WP283,
TP122, TP434
Nakagawara, Jyouji WMP33, TP323
Nakahara, Shigehiro WP122
Nakai, Tomoaki WP259
Nakajima, Kohei TP90
Nakajima, Makoto WP60, WP62
Nakamura, Fumiaki WMP33, WP94,
WP283, TP323, TP434
Nakamura, Kazuhiko TP284
Nakamura, Masakazu TMP94
Nakamura, Taigen WP365
Nakanaga, Ayako
TMP26
Nakano, Kazuhiko WP220
Nakano, Ryo TMP20
Nakaoka, Hirotomo
WP264, WP266
Nakaoka, Kenjiro WMP78
Nakashima, Takahiro WP168, TMP92,
TP67
Nakatani, Takeshi WMP54
Nakawah, Mohammad O TP226
Nakayama, Naoki 9, WP110,
WP112, TP234
Nakayama, Shin WP272
Nallamothu, Brahmajee K TP324
Nalleballe, Krishna WP93
Nalluri, Suman 202
Nam, Hye Suk NS5
Nam, Hyo Suk WMP58, WP213, WP275
Nam, Kiwoong WP369 TP145,
TP196, TP325
Nam, Kyoung A WP377
Nam, Taeseung WP80
Nanlal, L TP387
Narayanan, Sandra 218
Narwal, Pooja TP423
Narwal, Priya WMP25
Nassir, Rami 111
Nasuti, Laura WMP72, TP249, TP300
Natarajan, Nagarajan TP181
Nathal, Edgar WMP117
Nave, Alexander WP143
Navi, Babak B 97, 109, 134, 167,
WP360, TMP71,
TP186, TP192
Nearing, Katherine 178
Neau, Jean-Philippe NS4
Nedeltchev, Krassen 205, WP228
Nedergaard, Maiken TP447
Neil, William 189
Nejim, Besma 102, TP115
Nekoovaght-Tak, Saman WMP96
Nelson, Bryan S WP187
Nelson, Jeffrey 50, 53, WP111, WP436
Nelson, Nickola W WP161, TP185
Nelson-Piercy, Catherine 140
Nemoto, Edwin M MP48, WP276
Nenov, Val 161
Nesenson, Amber WP387
Nettel-Aguirre, Alberto 30
Neuges, Donna
224
Neumann, Franz-Josef TP84, TP136
Neumann-Haefelin, Tobias TP9
Nevatte, Tracy CTP33
Neville, Gordon CTP6
New, Gishel
WP127
Newall, Fiona WMP101
Newman-Toker, David E CTP36
Newport, Elissa L CTP43
Nezhad, Mani WP258, TP228
Ng, HoKeung 21, TMP22
Ng, Kwan WP46
Ng, Kwan L WMP71
Ng, Sarah 67
Ng, Wai May TP334
Nguyen, Nhan TP120
Nguyen, Oanh WMP36
Nguyen, Peggy L WP250
Nguyen, T WMP8
Nguyen, Thanh WMP116, WP31
Nguyen, Thanh N 41
Nguyen, Thu WP186
Nguyen, Trinh TP109
Nguyen, Viet-Huong V WP327
Nguyen-Huynh, Mai N LBP3, WMP52
Ni, Jun WMP114, WP183
Ni, Wei TMP54
Ni, Yan G
TMP91
Nichols, Allan J TMP40
Nichols, Cynthia CTP40
Nichols, Shelley TMP79, TP244
Nickele, Chris CTP48
Niederkorn, Kurt TP9
Niiya, Yoshimasa TP138
Nilanont, Yongchai LB8
NINDS, Stroke Branch, WMP19, TP65
Ning, MingMing TMP43, TP426, TP443
Ning, Ruizhou WMP44
Nishigaki, Masakazu TP62, TP208
Nishijima, Michiharu WP365
Nishijima, Yasuo
WP279
Nishimura, Ataru WMP33, WP94, WP134,
WP283, TP323, TP434
Nishimura, Kengo WMP119, WP91
Nishimura, Kunihiro WMP33, WP94,
WP283, TP323, TP434
Nishiyama, Kazutoshi WP168, TMP92,
TP67
Nishiyama, Yasuhiro TP197
Nishizawa, Masatoyo WP97
Niu, Chunbo 21, TMP22
Niwa, Jun-ichi WP419
Nizam, Shayan TP32
Njam, Mohamed TP43
Noble, James TP189
Nobo, Ulises WP285
Nogami, Kohjiro TP453
Nogoshi, Shinji TP20
Noguchi, Kengo WP282, TP271, TP283
Nogueira, R G WMP8
Nogueira, Raul 156, 158, 188, LB15,
WMP6, WMP10, WMP11,
WMP17, WMP67, WP30,
WP31, TP27
Nogueira, Raul G 6, 57, 104, 155, 159,
200, CTP28, LB21,
WMP16, WMP3, WP6,
WP10, WP10, WP29,
WP34, WP35, WP36,
TP18, TP261
Noh, Sang-Mi WP225
Nolan, Karen J TP149
Nolte, Christian 179, TP47
Nolte, Christian H TP9
Nomura, Ryota WP220
Noorian, Alireza 83, WP46
Nord, Peter
LB8
Noreen, Samantha M 105
Norrving, Bo 138, 160, LBP7,
WP356, WP427,
TMP28, TP163
Noser, Elizabeth PPS3
Noser, Elizabeth A CTP29, WP390
Nouet, Aurélien WMP118
Nouh, Amre
WP33, TP375
Nour, May WMP68, WMP71
Nouwens, Femke WP22
Novakovic, R WMP8
Novakovic, Robin
WP31, WP35
Nozicka, Nancy TP386
Nugent, Kenneth TP225
Nunes, Ane TP256
Nunez, Stefanie WP114, WP260, WP262
Nunley, Marylee 27
Nunn, Tony TP403
Nuru-Jeter, Amani WP186
Nyquist, Paul A WP434
Nystrom, Karin V TP240
Obeid, Tammam 102, TMP21, TP115
Obeidat, Ahmed Z 87, WP190
Obenaus, Andre TP97
Obi, Shinnosuke WP95
Obiako, Reginald WP206
Obideen, Mahmoud WMP67
O’Brien, Emily TMP70
Ocava, Lenore WP93
O’Connor, Kevin F TP377
O’Connor, Paul
WP274
O’Dell, Michael W WP153
Odenkirchen, Joanne WP332
Odier, Céline TP29
Odrizola, G LBP6
Offenbacher, Steven CTP40
Ofner, Susan TP175, TP212, TP377
Ogasawara, Kuniaki WMP33, WP94,
WP129, WP283,
TP323, TP434
Ogata, Toshiyasu WP68
Ogedegbe, Gbenga WP171, TMP85,
TP425
Ogedegbe, Olugbenga G TP188
Ogilvy, Christopher TP21
Oguro, Hiroaki WP205
Oh, Dan-A 207
Oh, Daniel C T TP334
Oh, Gyung-Jae TP150
Oh, Jung-Hwan 90
Oh, Mi Jeong WP280
Oh, Mi Sun WP18, WP235
Oh, Mi-Sun WP76, TP200, TP304
Oh, Sang-Geun WP241
Ohara, Tomoyuki WP136, WP210, TP191
Ohba, Hideki WP166
Ohio Coverdell Leadership Team and Hospitals, WP378, WP395
Ohno, Kousaku WP278
Oikeh, Asikhame TMP68
Oishi, Hidenori WP129
Oishi, Kenichi WP135, WP431
Oishi, Kumiko WP135, WP431
Ojha, Ajitesh WP147
Ojike, Nwakile I TP188
Okada, Yasushi WP168, TMP92, TP67
Okamoto, Akira TP347
Okamoto, Yoko TMP111
Okata, Takuya TP347
Okazaki, Shuhei WP430
Okin, Peter
210
Okoreeh, Andre K
WMP42
Okpala, Munachi N CTP29, WP308,
WP309, WP385
Oksala, Niku K J WP296, TMP119
Okubo, Seiji TP64, TP194, WP118
Okuchi, Kazuo WMP33, WP94,
WP283, TP323, TP434
Okuda, Satoshi WP168, TMP92, TP67
Olavarría, Verónica V CTP15
Olds, Karin WP3
Oliveira, Luiz Fernando R TP317
Oliveira-Filho, Jamary WP38, WP219
Oliverio, Patrick J TP75
Olivot, Jean Marc WMP93, WP52
Olivot, Jean-Marc WMP95, WP362
Ollenschleger, Martin 198, WMP25, WP33
Olmos, Lisandro LB8
Olorunfemi, Odunayo WP328, WP340
Olson, Scott 161
Olson-Mack, Lindsay 25, WP20,
WP243, TP239
Olsson, Maja TP163
on behalf of CRCS-5 investigators, WP18
on behalf of ESUS Global Registry Investigators,
TP222
on behalf of the AVERT
Trialists’ Collaboration, 76, 153, TMP27
On behalf of the Cleveland
Pre-Hospital Acute Stroke
Treatment (PHAST)
Study Group 79, TP358
on behalf of the DEFUSE 3
Investigators, CTP11
on behalf of the EXTEND-IA
Investigators, 3
On behalf of the HI-DEF Execultive Committee and Investigators TP370
on behalf of the RAF study, WMP79
On behalf of the SSNAP
Collaboration, 150, 152, TP178
On behalf of the STIR and VISTA
Imaging investigators WP55
on behalf of the Stroke Outcomes Research Canada (SORCan) LB8
on behalf of the Stroke Outcomes Research Canada
Working Group
(SORCan-wwwsorcanca) TMP37, TP336
O’Neill, Darren P TP377
O’Neill, Kathleen A WP253, TP79
Ong, Charlene J PPS2
Ono, Junichi WMP33, WP94, WP283,
TP323, TP434
Onozuka, Daisuke WMP33, TP323
Onteddu, Sanjeeva R TP243
Ooi, Yinn WP119, WP131,
WP138, TMP15, TMP23
Oostema, J A WP247
Oostema, John A WMP70
Oppenheim, Catherine TMP105
Orantia, Miles A WP370
Ord, Emily 143
Orfila, James E WMP106
Organek, Natalie 79
Origasa, Hideki TMP94
Orita, Yoji 55, TP122
Orlando, Alessandro WP77
Osaki, Masato WP115, WP216
Osanai, Toshiya WP112, TP234
Osborne, Jennifer 87, 126, 211,
WP292, WP357, WP372,
TP203, TP359
Ospina, Jenny TP235, TP251
Osteraas, Nicholas WP307, TP292
Ostwaldt, Ann-Christian LB6
Ostwaldt, Ann-Christin LB24, WMP24
Ota, Shinzo TP62
Ota, Taisei TP62, TP208
Otago, Rachel TP178
Otero Ortega, Laura TP96
Otite, Fadar O WMP49
Otsuka, Toshiaki TP197
Ott, Anja WP386
Ou, Siqi TP91
— 130 —
Ouyang, Bichun WP307, WP371
Ovabiagele, Bruce WP287, TMP86
Ovbiagele, Bruce 17, 189, CTP20,
CTP21, WMP55, WP83,
WP328, WP340, TMP96
Overbey, J R 52
Overbey, Jessica R LB11
Owada, Kumiko WP401
Owolabi, Lukman WP206
Owolabi, Mayowa CTP21
Owolabi, Mayowa O WP206
Oya, Yuichiro WP115, WP216
Ozark, Shelly D WP335, TP308
Ozer, Necla WP226
Pabla, Pardeep WP102
Paciaroni, Maurizio
PPS1
Padidar, Arash M
TP130
Padma, Vasantha WMP92
Padmanabhan, Sandosh WP184
Padroni, Marina 58, TP49
Padula, William V CTP36
Pafford, Ryan WMP40, WP145, TMP32
Page, Ashley WP376, TP404
Page, Shyanne
TP104
Pagnoux, Christian 95
Pagola, Jorge 58, WP397, TP49
Painter, Allison
TP392
Pajak, Andrzej
88
Pakbaz, R Sean WP20
Palacios, Igor TP426, TP443
Palazzo, Paola NS4
Palecek, Sean P
WP257
Palesch, Yuko Y 159, CTP11, CTP30,
WMP3, WP25
Palesh, Yuko Y 185
Paletz, Laurie WP403, TP394
Paley, Lizz 150, 152, TP178
Paliwal, Prakash TP54
Paliwal, Prakash R
220, WP125
Pallesen, Lars-Peder
WP233, TMP41,
TP162
Palomeras, Ernest TP19
Pan, Grace TMP34
Pan, Ni WP255
Pan, Rong TP108
Pan, Wan Long WMP39
Pan, Wanlong 146, TMP60
Pan, Yuesong WP156
Panagos, Peter 162, WP236, TP252
Pancioli, Arthur 182, TMP5
Pandav, Vijay M 193, WP81, TP456
Pandey, Aditya S TP329
Pandey, Dilip K 16, 20, WP227
Pandhi, Abhi WP28, TMP100
Pandian, Jeyaraj D
TMP33
Pandurengan, Renganayaki WP402
Pandya, Ankur
WP165, TMP71
Panezai, Spozhmy WMP12, WP2, WP71,
TP32, TP310, TP397
Panichpisal, Kessarin TP211, TP225,
TP432
Panizzon, Kimberly WP327
Pantle, Hardin CTP36
Papa, Anne-Laure WP437
Pappas, Konstantinos TP218
Paquette, Miney
TP428
Parag, Varsha WP181
Paramasivam, S
TP387
Paranilam, Jaya TP342
Paraskevaidis, Ioannis 37, 135, 204,
TP218
Parides, Michael K 52, LB11
Parikh, Neal S 167, WP194
Parikh, Nina S WP187, WP333,
TP147, TP183
Parissis, John 37, 135, 204, TP218
Park, Hae Ree WP23
Park, Hanul WP85
Park, Hea Ree WP64
Park, Hee-Kwon 207
Park, Hong-Kyun WMP61
Park, Hyun-Hee TP103
Park, Hyun-Young TP112
Park, Jaechan
PPS4, WP5
Park, Jaechan Park WP90
Park, Jennifer TP121
Park, Jong Ho 110
Park, Jong-Ho TMP96
Park, Jong-Moo WMP61, WP18,
WP76, WP180, TP200,
TP205, TP304
Park, Joon Hyuk 90
Park, Joong Hyun TP190
Park, Jung Cheol TP352
Park, Ki-Soo WP424
Park, Kwang-Yeol WP159, WP211
Park, Man-Seok TP304
Park, Manseok WP80
Park, Min Jung WMP46
Park, Moo-Seok WP159
Park, Moo-Suk WP211
Park, Rae Woong 38
Park, Sang-Soon TP200, TP205
Park, Sang-Won 110
Park, Sea mi WP314, WP315
Park, Seong-Ho WMP61, WP18, WP342
Park, Tai Hwan WMP61, WP18, WP76,
TP200, TP205, TP304
Park, Tai-Hwan WP180
Parker, Amber TP385
Parker, Dennis 98
Parker, Joseph TP322
Parker, Nadine WP193
Parker, Sarah 27, WMP59
Parker, Stephanie PPS3, WMP64, TP362
Parmar, Priya WP181
Parsons, Mark CTP2, CTP3, CTP7,
CTP10, CTP22, CTP32,
LB8, LB20, TP41
Parsons, Mark W 59, 62, LB1
Parthasarathy, Ashwin B WP339
Parthasarathy, Sudharshan TP130
Parthasarathy, Sujatha 34
Pase, Matthew P 46
Passos, Giselle F TP276
Pastoura, Sofia WMP93, WMP95
Patel, Achint 119, WP341
Patel, Akshal S
TMP108
Patel, Jignesh
TP319
Patel, Neil CTP45, CTP49, WP321
Patel, Ronak WP399
Patel, Sagar WMP15
Patel, Shivanand WP53
Patel, Urvish TMP19, TP169
Pater, Calin CTP9
Patil, Shivanand WMP23
Patino, Hernan M WMP117
Patriño-Rdoriguez, Hernán M WP224
Patrizz, Anthony 65, TP267
Patsoura, Sofia WP362
Pattany, Pradip WP145
Patten, Carolynn TMP30, TP144
Patterson, Michele WP376, WP382,
TP404, TP412
Patterson, Scott WP20
Patti, Jatinder S 116
Paulsen, Mary TP314
Paulson, Debra L WP291
Paulus, Jessica K WP197
Pavlish, Nikki 24
Pavol, MaryKay TP446
Pawlikowska, Ludmila 50, 53
Payne, Stephen 63
Pearce, Lesly WP166
Pearman, David 164
Pedroza, Claudia
LB3
Peduzzi, Peter N LB1
Pelliccia, Selena
TMP6
Pellisé, Anna
WMP69
Pendharkar, Arjun WMP115
Peng, Bin CTP15, WMP114,
WP183
Peng, Changya TMP3, TP268
Peng, Hsiao-Yu 173
Peng, Shin-Lei WP55
Penko, Joanne WP158
Penn, Andrew M TMP95
Penn, Melanie TMP95
Pennypacker, Keith R WP268
Penzlin, Ana Isabel WP344
Perdue, Louise
TMP79
Pereira, Camila B WP219
Pereira, Vitor 2, LB15, LB18,
WP413, TP25, TP50
Pereira, Vitor M LB21, LB7,
WMP16, WP17, WP36
Perera, Kanjana S TP222
Perez, Enmanuel J WP285
Perez, Yael CTP6
Pérez de la Ossa, Natalia WMP69, WP26,
TP19
Perez-Pinzon, Miguel A TP98
Perias, Melinda WP20
Periera, Vitor WMP6
Perlmutter, Aaron CTP23
Perret, Melissa A TP149
Perrin, Brian WP248
Perrin, Stacy TMP79
Perry, Richard
LB3
Perry, Trevor TP239
Persse, David PPS3
Pervez, Arif WP222, WP229
Perzynski, Adam T WP421
Peter, Andreas 164
Peters, Annette 88
Peters, Doretha TP244
Peters, Lindsey TP395
Peterson, Eric 114, 165, WMP32,
TMP70, TMP89, TP306
Peterson, Eric D 115, WMP34, WP156,
WP297, TMP36, TP314
Peterson, Eric P TP305
Peterson, Kristin
TMP82
Peterson, Meghan TP423
Petersson, Jesper CTP17
Petoe, Matthew A 77
Petro, George WP21
Petrone, Ashley TMP80
Petzold, Gabor C TP9
Peveto, Theresa 164
Phan, Hoang T K 89
Phan, Hoang T Kim WMP53
Phillips, Harrison TMP51
Phillips, Sherrill T
CTP40
Phipps, Michael TP402
Phipps, Michael S
TP175
Phipps, Mike
TP212
Phoa, Keith WMP82
Phuah, Chia-Ling 125, WP358
Piechowski-Jozwiak, Bart
LB3
Pierce, Linda L TP383
Pierot, Laurent WMP29
Pigretti, Santiago
TP206, TP422
Pihlasviita, Saana WP240
Pikula, Aleksandra 219
Pikula, Elizabeth 68
Pilc, Andrzej WP425
Pile-Spellman, John 52
Pillai, Bindu WP101, WP113
Pilot, Markeith WP182
Pineda, Stephen 33
Pinho, Marco
WP55, TMP13
Pinson, David M TP101
Pinto, Pedro
LB23
Piotin, Michel WMP2, WP32,
TP13, TP26
Piper, Sophie K
WP50
Pirastehfar, Mohsen WP208
Pires, Paulo W
141
Pirinen, Jani WP143
Piriyawat, Paisith TP133
Pishanidar, Sammy
WP248
Pittner, Laura TP388
Planas, Anna TP19
Platt, Simon R 130, TP109
Plengsombat, Wassana TP225
Pletcher, Mark J WP158
Plog, Benjamin TP447
Ploughman, Michelle LB8
Pocock, Stuart CTP24
Pohjasvaara, Tarja WP296,
TMP119, TP158
Poli, Sven 164, LB14
Pollack, Jr, Charles V 213
Pomerantz, Daniel WP340
Ponds, Kathlean TP181
Pontes, Octavio CTP15
Pontes-Neto, Octavio WMP89
Pontes-Neto, Octávio M WP214, TP46,
TP213
Pooyania, Sepideth LB8
Poppe, Alexandre TP29
Poppe, Alexandre Y 5, 201, WP17,
TP14, TP29
Porbeni, Charles TP444
Porcelli, Thomas TMP81
Pordeli, Pooneh WMP23, TP45
Porto, Louise M WP219
Potter, John
CTP24
Potter, N Stevenson WP355
Potvin, Alphonse R J TMP46
Power, Martha TP384
Powers, William J CTP40
Prabhakar, Sudesh TP454
Prabhakaran, S WMP8
Prabhakaran, Shyam CTP37, CTP44,
CTP46, WMP65, WP31,
WP140, WP227, WP253,
TMP39, TP79,
TP332, TP351
Prabhakaran, Vivek WP45, TMP25, TP154
Pradip, Pattany WMP40
Prager, Marla WP306
Prakapenia, Alexandra WP344
Pratt, Frank 82, WP242,
WP438, TMP12
Pratt, Franklin D 163, WP239,
TMP63, TP366
PREDICT/Sunnybrook ICH
CTA Study Group, WMP92
Prestopnik, Jillian 44
Previtera, Michelle TP34
Price, Christopher TP24
Price, Theresa M TP405
Priestley, Scott 175, WP263
Prifti, Landa WP267
Prodan, Calin I 193, TP120,
TP456, TP459
PROMISE-TIA study Investigators, TP191
— 131 —
Pronschinske, Heather TP408
Protsenko, Evgeny LB2
Pruitt, Jean TMP75, TP392
Pruthi, Sumit WP417, TMP93
Prvu Bettger, Janet WP156, WP297,
TMP36, TMP70
Prvu-Bettger, Janet 108, WP311
Przybycien-Szymanska,
Magdalena M 192
Psaltopoulou, Theodora 204
Psychogios, Marios Nikos TP242
Pu, Hongjian
147
Pu, Yuehua CTP47, LBP2
Puetz, Volker WP233, TMP41, TP162
Pundik, Svetlana 73, WP149, WP421
Puri, A S WMP8
Puri, Ajit WP31
Puri, Ajit S WP437, TP261
Purroy, Francisco WMP69
Putaala, Jukka
WP70, WP143,
WP364, TMP119
Pütz, Volker WP344
Pyatkevich, Yelena G 41
Pycard, Randa A 23
Pystynen, Mikko WP240
Pyun, Jung Min WP265, TMP45,
TP6, TP17
Qazi, Emmad WMP23, TP43,
TP44, TP45
Qi, Tiewei WP89, TP91
Qin, Dingxin WP169
Qiu, Jianhua TP265
Qiu, Xichenhui NS3
Qiu, Yujie TP265
Quachtran, Benjamin TP61
Quadri, S A WMP8
Qualls, Clifford 44
Quant, Sylvia WP389, TP417
Queck, Kian Kheng TP334
Quesada, Helena WP439, TP63
Quesenberry, Charles
WMP52
Quigley, Jillian 30
Quillinan, Nidia 142
Quiney, Jan TMP27
Quinn, Terry TP430
Quiquempois, Dorothée TP148
Quiroz-Compean, Alejandro 154
Qureshai, Ihtesham A WMP112
Qureshi, Adnan WMP57
Qureshi, Adnan I 19, 100, 119, 203,
WMP7, WMP112, WMP50,
WP13, WP86, TMP11,
TMP19, TP127, TP15,
TP23, TP28, TP36, TP166,
TP318, TP349, TP439
Qureshi, Ihtesham WMP12
Qureshi, Ihtesham A WP13, WP393, TP439
Qureshi, Mushtaq H TP166, TP28
Qureshi, Sakib WMP67, TP253
Quyyumi, Arshed 105
Rabahi, Ali WP233
Rabiller, Gratianne WP279
Rabinstein, Alejandro A LBP6, WP48,
TMP42, TP31
Rackohn, Todd M 192
Raffeld, Miriam R 125, WP358
Raffelt, Audrey TMP27
Rafols, Jose A 75
Raftis, Paul CTP6
Ragan, Dustin K 35, WMP97
Ragas, Moner A WP79
Raghunath, Nirmala R TMP76
Ragosta, Michael TP299
Rahbar, Mohammad H LB3, WMP64
Rahman, Haseeb WP13
Rahman, Haseeb A WMP57, TMP11, TP23
Rajamani, Kumar WMP75
Rajan, Ashna WP316, WP410, TP316
Rajan, Suja PPS3
Rajput, Padmesh WP258
Ram, Malathi 215, 217, WMP86,
WMP96, TP376
Ramachandran, Vasan 46
Ramakarishnan, Anurekha TP181
Ramakrishna, Subasri TP76
Ramakrishnan, P WMP8
Ramakrishnan, Pankaja WP31
Ramakrishnan, Viswanathan CTP38
Raman, Rema LB4, TP53
Ramanathan, Dinesh TP101
Ramanathan, Ramnath Santosh TP358
Ramanathan, Rsmnath Santosh 79
Ramdas, Kevin WMP40, WP145,
TMP32, TP95
Ramesh, Atul WP93
Raminez, Sergi M 122
Ramirez, Magaly CTP18
Ramos Cejudo, Jaime TP96
Ramos-Romero, Martha L TP235, TP251
Ranagaraju, Srikant WMP67
Randazzo, Salvadore 24
Rangaraju, Srikant 106, 156, 188,
206, WMP10, WP26,
WP30, WP429
Rankin, Christopher NS11
Rankin, Pauline M TP399
Ranta, Annemarei WP290
Rao, A K CTP38
Rao, Neal CTP18, WMP71, WMP81,
WMP108, WP46, WP131,
WP138, TMP15,
TMP23, TP81, TP119
Raposo, Nicolas WMP93, WMP95,
WP362
Rapp, Karen LB4, TP53
Rashkovan, Brennan WP306
Rasmussen, Peter 18
Rasmussen, Teresa TP312
Rathakrishnan, Rahul 208, 220, TP54
Ratnasiri, Anura W WP189
Ratnasiri, Anura W G TP159
Ratnasiri, Buddhika M WP189, TP159
Ravichandran, Jayashree WP238, TP248
Ray, Bappaditya 193, TP456
Ray, Jessica TP312
Ray, Roberta M 111
Raychev, Radoslav 200, LB15
Raymond, Jean TMP105
Raz, Limor TMP110
Raza, Syed Ali WMP67
Razak, Anmar WP13, WP341
Razmara, Ali CTP18
Razumovsky, Alexander 224
Razzak, Ammar 106
Rebello, Leticia C 156, WP6, WP30,
WP31, TP18, TP27
Reckless, Ian 63
Redden, Lisa M WP197
Reddy, Adithi 137, 196, WP407,
TP161, TP316
Reddy, Varun WP21
Reddy, Vivek K LB21, WP147,
TP11, TP309
Redeker, Nancy TP379
Redjem, Hocine WMP2, WP32,
TP13, TP26
Reed, Miranda 128
Reeves, Mat TP175, TP212
Reeves, Mathew 89, 165, WMP70,
WP297, TP351
Reeves, Mathew J 114, 115, WMP53,
WP293, TMP62,
TMP89, TP314
Reeves, Sarah TP142
Regan, Susan WP302
Regier, Michael D TMP80
Rehani, Bhavya TP241, TP311
Rehman, Haseeb TP439
Reich, Arno TP9
Reichmann, Heinz WP233, WP344, TP162
Reid, Joyce TP244
Reijmer, Yael D 47, 124, TP458, TP462
Reilly, Paul A 213
Reimer, Andrew 79
Reimer, Hannah CTP38
Reinhard, Matthias TP84
Reinkensmeyer, David J TP155
Reis, Carolina C
WP219
Reis, Francisco J F B WP219
Reisman, Darcy TP143
Reiter, Martina WP420
Rémillard, Roger WP263
Remmel, Kerri 180, WP84
Rempel, Jeremy LB18
Rempel, Jeremy L 5, 201, WP17, TP14
Remsik, Alexander TMP25
Ren, Peng TP262
Ren, Xuefang 128, WMP111
Renault, Simone WMP77
Renda, Natalie WP56
Resende, Lucas L WP219
Restrepo, Lucas 82, WP131, WP138,
WP218, WP242, TMP15,
TMP23, TMP63, TP119
Reuter, Björn TP136
Revankar, Gajanan S WP50
REVASCAT Trial
Investigators, WP26, WP27
Reyes, Carmen CTP34
Reynen, David J 80
Reynolds, Kenny WP79
Reynolds, Kristi TMP90
Reznik, Michael E WP147
Rha, Joung-Ho 207, WP16
Rhodes, J D WP293
Rhodes, James D TMP68
Rhodes, Trey WMP97
Riaz, Ahmed WP86, TP318, TP439
Riaz, Parnian WMP82
Riaz, Riaz WP13
Ribó, Marc 58
Ribo, Marc
LB16, LB18, WMP69,
WP17, WP27,
WP397, TP49
Ricardo, João A G WMP73
Riccio, Patricia LBP6
Richard, Goddeau TP289
Richards, Adam CTP18
Richards, Adam K WP179
Richards, Chris TP79
Richards, Christopher T CTP44, WMP65
Richards, Donald WP244, WP245
Richards, Julia B TP141
Richards, Lorie CTP50
Richards, Mark TMP40
Richards, Michael TP121
Richardson, Alicia WP381
Richardson, DeJuran 16, 20, WP227
Richardson, Laura PPS3
Richardson, Melissa NS11, WP384
Richetts, Renee WP20, WP243
Rickmann, Henning WP233
Riddle, Paula 22
Riley, Grace A WMP90, TP458
Riley, John 172
Riley, Katherine WP164
Rinaldi, Maria WP392
Rincon, Fred TP361
Ringelstein, Bernd 138
Ringer, Andrew TP2
Ringleb, Peter
CTP32
Ringleb, Peter A CTP13, LB1, WP386,
TP127
Rinsky, Brenda TP228
Rippee, Michael TMP35
Ritchey, Zak WMP104
Ritvonen, Juhani WP240
Ritzel, Rodney TMP53
Rivera, Jazmin WP333
Rivera Lara, Lucia A WMP96
Rivkin, Michael WMP98
Roach, Haleigh TP423
Robb, Delilah WP334
Robert, Thomas TP26
Roberts, Cynthia 127, 146, 146,
WMP38, WMP44
Roberts, Jill 66, WP426
Robertson, Anne 13
Robertson, Betty TP394, WP403
Robichaux, Mary WP285, TMP67,
TP315, WP285
Robinson, Thompson CTP15, CTP2, CTP7,
WMP85, WMP91
Robinson, Tom CTP24
Robson, Katie CTP16, CTP8, WP361,
TP364
Rocha, Letícia J A WP214, TP46, TP213
Rocha, Marcelo WP1
Rocha, Maria Sheila G TP317
Roche, T TP387
Rochestie, Dustin WP401
Rock, Peter 113, WP323, TP328
Rockwell, Jean WP20, WP243
Rockwell, Jean M TP239
Rodgers, Krista M 70
Rodrigues, Maira D S WP148
Rodriguez, Gustavo J TP133
Rodríguez Frutos, Berta TP96
Rodriguez-Luna, David 58, WMP92,
WP397, TP49
Rodriguez-Regent, Christine TMP105
Rodriguez-Srednicki, Joshua TP369
Roffe, Christine 151, CTP24, CTP33,
LB3, WP54
Rogers, April WP171
Rogers, John D TMP40
Rogers, Krista M WMP106
Rohweder, Gitta TMP29
Rojas-Soto, Diana TP333
Roland Ax-Fliedner, Roland WMP50
Rolfs, Arndt 138
Romano, Jose TP116, TP254
Romano, Jose G CTP46, LB5, WMP49,
WP285, TMP39, TMP67,
TP315, TP72
Romero, Javier LB24
Romero, Javier M TP372, TP39
Romero, Jose R 49, 120
Roongpiboonsopit, Duangnapa 121, 122
Roos, Yvo B LB18, LB7
Roos, Yvo B W 1
Roos, Yvo B W EM 4
Roos, Yvo B W WP22
Rosado, Christian A TP214
Rosamond, Wayne TP179
Rosand, Jonathan 85, 111, 122, 124,
125, WMP88, WMP89,
WP358, WP368,
TMP113, TP372
Rose, David Z TMP67, TP313, TP315
— 132 —
Rose-Finnell, Linda 16, 20, WP227
Rosemergy, Ian TP435
Rosen, Charles WMP111
Rosenbaum, Dov
WP248
Rosenberg, Gary A 44, TMP110
Rosene, Douglas 68
Rosengart, Axel WP314, WP315
Rosenthal, Pam TP37
Rosenwasser, Robert 8
Rosow, Rachael TP452
Rossi, Costanza 43
Ross, James WP37
Rost, Natalia S 176, WMP14, WP43,
WP162, TP236
Rostambeigi, Nassir TP133
Rostanski, Sara K WMP80, WP170,
WP352, TP290
Rosterman, Lee TP403
Roth, Elliot J TP156
Roth, Gregory LBP6
Rothman, Kenneth J TP428
Rothman, Richard E CTP36
Rothwell, Peter M CTP32
Roubin, Gary S CTP5, LB10,
TMP24, TP131
Rouchaud, Aymeric WMP27
Roussopoulou, Andromachi WP28
Rovira, Alex LB16, WP27
Rowe, Brian TP73
Rowe, Justin B TP155
Rowell, Marguerite TMP84
Roy, Daniel 5, 201, LB18,
TP14, TP14, TP29
Roy, Jayanta WMP92
Royle, Natalie TP368
Roy-O’Reilly, Meaghan 94, WP217,
WP261, TP274,
TP282, TP343
Rozanski, Michal 179
Ruban, Rebecca WP401
Rubiera, Marta 58, WMP23,
WP397, TP49
Rubin, Daniel WMP77
Rubio, Francisco WP439, TP63
Rudd, Anthony 150, 152, TP178
Rudd, Jennifer LBP8
Rudolph, Steven H TP287
Ruff, Ilana WP140, TP332
Ruidavets, Jean-Bernard WMP93,
WMP95, WP362
Ruiz, Jorge TP235, TP251
Ruland, Sean 149, TP295, TP312
Rumalla, Kavelin 137, 196, WP316,
WP407, WP410,
TP126, TP161, TP316
Rundek, Tatjana 91, WP285, TMP67,
TP315, TP461
Russak, Adam TP447
Russell, Scott
TMP79
Russman, Andrew TP429
Russo, Anthony TP149
Rutkowski, Thomas TP136
Ryan, Alice S
TP146
Ryan, Matthew T WP209, TP193, TP199
Rymer, Marilyn TP403
Ryu, Jaiyoung TMP103
Ryu, Wi-Sun WP180, WP76
Rzesiewicz, Teresa TP53
Saba, Samir WP169
Sacco, Ralph L 91, WMP49, WMP56,
WP176, WP285, WP332,
TMP37, TMP67, TMP112,
TP98, TP315, TP336, TP461
Sachar, Pawani WMP75
Sachdev, Harmeet S TP130
Sachdeva, Gautam TP318
Sachleben, Leroy R TP281
Sadato, Akiyo TP431
Sadighi, Alireza WP111
Sadry, Neema 127
Saeed, Ali TP318, TP439
Saeed, Fahad WP86
Saeed, Omar WMP50, WMP57
Saeed, Umair TP326, TP327
Safdar, Adnan WP341, TP318
Safford, Monika TMP68
Safford, Monika M WP293
Safouris, Apostolos TMP17
SAHIT Collaborators, 191
Saigal, Gaurav WMP40
Sairanen, Tiina WP70
Saito, Atsushi WP365
Saito, Hisayasu WP110, TP99
Saito, Kozue TMP44, TMP47
Saito, Satoshi TMP109
Sajatovic, Martha WP421
Sajobi, Tolu
TP44
Sajobi, Tolulope T 5, 201, WMP23, TP45
Sakaguchi, Manabu TMP48, WP430
Sakai, Keiji TP234
Sakai, Kenichiro TP221
Sakai, Nobuyuki WP129, TP87
Sakamoto, Yuki WP118, TP64, TP74
Saksi, Jani TP158
Sakuta, Kenichi TP221
Salamon, Elliott 209, WP231
Salayandia, Victor M TMP110
Saleem, Muhammad A 203, WMP112,
TP15, TP36
Salehi, Omid WP384
Salehian, Sepand TMP13
Saliba, Amelia J CTP28
Salinas, Joel 111
Salmeron, Kathleen
64
Salomaa, Veikko 88
Salottolo, Kristin 197, TP7, TP16
Salvesen, Øyvind TMP29
Samaan, Mena WP2, WP71, TP24,
TP35, TP88
Samai, Alyana WP248, WP352, TP440
Samai, Alyana A WP209, TP193,
TP199, WP209
Samaniego, Daniela TP19
Samorajski, Justin TP105
Sampson, Tomoko 162
Sams, Johnny WP421
Sananthan, Sananthan WMP4
Sanchez, Brisa WP163
Sanchez, Brisa N TMP64, TP167
Sanchis, Mireia WP397
Sandoval, Juan-Pablo 34
Sands, Kara WP348, TMP8,
TP30, TP345
Sands, Kara A WMP74, TP78
Sandt, Janice TMP35, TP403
Sanehalli, Manjunath TP76
Sangha, Navdeep 202, LB3, WP331,
WP367
Sangha, Rajbeer S WP140, TP332
Sanjuan, Estela 58, WP397, TP49
Sanossian, Nerses 78, 82, 83, 155,
163, 200, CTP18, WMP5,
WMP81, WP29, WP56,
WP239, WP242, WP250,
WP438, TMP12, TMP38,
TMP63, TMP87,
TP366, TP77,
San Roman, Luis LB16, LB18,
WP17, WP27
Sansing, Lauren H TMP55, TP257
Santana, Katherine E WP397
Santangelo, Gabrielle TP121
Santhanam, Anantha 222
Santhanam, Lakshmi 170
Santiago, Fernando WP285
Santiago-Moreno, Juan WP99, TP102
Santo, Gustavo CTP9
Santos, Renata S A WP214, TP46, TP213
Sapkota, Biggua 5
Sapkota, Biggya 201, LB7, TP14, TP72
Saposnik, Gustavo CTP37, LB8, LBP6,
WP150, WP151,
TMP37, TP336
Saqqur, Maher WP222, WP229
Sarfo, Fred S WP206
Sarkar, Shantanu TMP40
Sarkisian, Catherine CTP34
Sarno, Erika TP450
Sarraj, Amrou 202, TMP74
Sarrraj, Amrou TP33
Sasaki, Kazumasu TP284
Sasaki, Makoto CTP12
Sasaki, Tatsuya WP365
Sasaki, Tsutomu TMP48
Satizabal, Claudia 46
Sato, Kota WMP37
Sato, Shoichiro WMP85, WMP91,
TMP92, TP191
Sato, Yoshikazu WP122
Satoh, Katsuya 133, WP98
Satomi, Junichiro TP90, TP93
Satow, Tetsu 55, TP122
Satti, Sudhakar R TP293
Sattin, Justin A WP45, TMP25
Sattur, Mithum G CTP19
Saulson, Raelle CTP21, WP206
Saura, Júlia WMP69
Sauser-Zachrison, Kori WMP72, TMP9,
TP249, TP300
Saver, Jeffery 199, TP50, WMP6
Saver, Jeffey L WMP16
Saver, Jeffrey I TP72
Saver, Jeffrey
L 2, 78, 83, 114,
115, 161, 163, 165,
200, CTP31, CTP52,
LB7, LB15, LB18, LB21,
LBP4, LBP5, WMP13,
WMP68, WMP71, WMP81,
WMP108, WP14, WP17,
WP19, WP36, WP46, WP67,
WP78, WP131, WP138,
WP218, WP239, WP242,
WP250, WP332, WP422,
WP438, TMP10, TMP12,
TMP15, TMP23, TMP63,
TMP70, TMP86, TMP89,
TP25, TP61, TP81, TP119,
TP305, TP314, TP366
Saver, for the FAST-MAG
Trialists, Jeffrey 82
Savitz, Sean I 202, CTP29, WMP31, WP308, WP309, WP385,
WP390, TMP32, TMP74,
TP106, TP288,
TP319, TP424
Savoj, Javad TP256
Savoye, Anne TMP56
Sawada, Masahiro TP227
Sawyer, Robert TP71
Sayama, Tetsuro WP94, WP134,
WP283, TP434
Sayama, Tetsurou WMP33, TP323
Scalzo, Fabien 99, 155, 159, WMP3,
WMP15, WMP81, WP29,
WP41, WP46, WP67,
TMP38, TMP39, TP61
Scantlebury, Morris WMP102
Schäbitz, Wolf-Rüdiger WP96
Schäbitz, Wolf-Ruediger TP216
Schaefer, Pamela W WP38
Schaer, Larry 27
Schaffer, Angela J TP384
Scharnott, Michelle WP253, TP400
Scheer, Richard V TP152
Scheibe, Madlen 81
Scheitz, Jan F 179
Schellingerhout, Dawid WP180
Schindler, Joseph TP423
Schindler, Joseph L TP240
Schlamann, Marc U TP9
Schlaug, Gottfried 72
Schleuse, Stuart WP429
Schlick, Konrad WP258, WP314, TP228
Schluter, Laurie TP440
Schmaltz, Stephen WP72
Schmidt, Antje WP96, WP337, TP273
Schmit, Pamela 182, TMP5, TMP10
Schmitt, Jochen 81
Schneider, Jordana S 209, WP231
Schossow, Andrea WP164
Schregel, Katharina TP242
Schrock, Jon W TP255, TP358
Schroeder, Dana J WMP27
Schulte, Anna LB2, TP215, TP233
Schulte, Philip J 114, 115, 165
Schulte, Phillip WMP34, WP312, WP313,
TMP89, TP305, TP351
Schultz, Aaron 47, 48
Schulz, Ursula 63
Schumacher, William 175
Schurer, Johanna WP73
Schurr, Jillian WP341
Schwab, Kristin 47, 85, 121, 124,
TP372
Schwab, Kristin M WMP89, WMP90,
TP458
Schwab, Stefan
CTP17
Schwamm, Lee 118, 176, WMP32,
TMP36, TMP89, TP306
Schwamm, Lee H 114, 115, 161, 165,
LB17, LB23, WMP34,
WMP72, WP38, WP174,
WP312, WP313, WP336,
TMP9, TMP70, TP70, TP236,
TP249, TP300, TP305,
TP314, TP337, TP351
Schwanebeck, Uta WP233
Schwartz, Gregory G LB1
Schweizer, Tom WP150
Schweizer, Tom A 191, WP151
Schwemmer, Sandra TP254
Scott, Allison WP417, TMP93
Scott, Phillip A TMP72
Scott, R Michael 32
Scrivano, Esteban 12, TP86
Scutt, Polly CTP16, CTP24
Seabury, Seth
WP284
Seegers, Joachim LB2
SEER Trialists, WP17
Seet, Raymond WMP110
Segas, Raphael WP95
Segreti, John WP317
Seguchi, Osamu WMP54
Seixas, Azizi WP171, TMP85,
TP188, TP425
Seizures in Pediatric Stroke
Investigators, WMP103
— 133 —
Sekar, Padmini 87, 126, 211, WP292,
WP372, TP203
Seki, Kenta CTP12, WP188
Sekihara, Yoshinobu TP62
Selchen, Daniel CTP6
Selim, Magdy CTP23, TP21, TP370
Selph, James TP69
Selvadurai, Chindhuri WP217
Sen, Arindom 11, WP338
Sen, Souvik 177, CTP40, CTP45,
CTP49, WP321, TP69, TP179
Sengodan, Prasanna TMP102
Sengupta, Amitabha TP34
Seo, Kwonduk WP66
Seo, Woo-Keun 110
Seow, Philip A 220, WP125, TP340
Serdynski, Lynn
TP400
Serena, Joaquín LB16, WMP69, WP27
Serena, Joaquin L 205, WP228
Sergentanis, Theodoros 204
Seroogy, Kim TP143
Serra, Monica C TP146
Seshadri, Sudha 46, 49, 120, WP165
Sethi, Pramod TP72
Sevilis, Theresa B WP331
Sevush-Garcy, Jennifer L
TP186
Sewell, Claire LBP8
Seyman, Estelle TP460
Shadden, Shawn C TMP103
Shadi Yaghi, Shadi Yaghi TP369
Shafeeq, Hira TP436
Shah, Aabha A TP65
Shah, Aatman 69
Shah, Baiju R TP176
Shah, Jharna N 217, TP376
Shah, Jignesh 180
Shah, Jignesh J WP84
Shah, Ku 63
Shah, Qaisar TP12
Shah, Rutvij J 202, TP424
Shah, Santosh TP39
Shah, Vishank A WMP1
Shahian, David M WP336, TP337
Shahripour, Reza B WMP74
Shaikh, Azka WP2, TP32, TP35
Shaikh, Gibran TP37
Shakur, Sophia F
WP435
Shamloul, Rany TMP83
Shamy, Michel WP359
Shan, Bao-Shuai WP264, WP266
Shang, Ty WP55, TMP13
Shapshak, Angela H WMP31, TMP104
Sharma, Gagan 59, 62
Sharma, Mike TMP37, TP336
Sharma, Mukul CTP9
Sharma, Rohan WP81
Sharma, Vijay 208, TP54
Sharma, Vijay K 220, CTP2, CTP7,
WMP110, WP125, TMP1,
TMP17, TP340
Sharp, Adam L WP367
Sharp, Frank R WP370
Sharp, Meredith 84
Sharp, Shelley TP417
Sharrief, Anjail WP308, WP309, WP385,
TP33, TP319, TP326,
TP327, TP424
Sharrock, Matthew F TP320
Shaw, Jennifer LB8
Shaw, Sandi TMP74
Shearer, P TP387
Sheerin, Fintan
63
Sheffet, Alice J 15, CTP4, LB10
Shehadah, Amjad 127
Sheikh, Muniza WP332
Sheikhi, Lila E TP358, TP433
Shell, Erin WP341
Shen, Dinggang WMP20
Shen, Fanxia 54
Shen, Jiamei 218
Shen, Loren
LB3
Shenai, Mahesh WP289
Shenhar-Tsarfaty, Shani TP460
Shenkar, Robert 56
Shepard, Lucy Wylie 118
Shephard, Timothy 84
Sherzai, Ayesha WP182, TP219
Sherzai, Dean WP182, TP219
Sheth, Kevin 211, LB24, WMP86
Sheth, Kevin N LB6, WMP88, WP292,
WP357, WP368
Sheth, Sunil A LBP4, WMP16, WP67,
WMP68, WMP81, WP46,
WP218, TP61
Shi, Changbin 56
Shi, Fu-Dong 144, WP277
Shi, Huaizhang 19
Shi, Jingfei 7
Shi, Samuel Xiang-Yu WP277
Shi, Yejie 147
Shiboski, Steve WMP63
Shibuya, Satoshi WP168, TMP92, TP67
Shichinohe, Hideo 9, WP110, WP112,
TP234, TP99
Shiga, Yuji TP62, TP208
Shimada, Kenji TP93
Shimamura, Munehisa 174, TP269
Shimizu, Hideo 174
Shimizu, Takeru 142, WMP106
Shimizu, Yoshiomi TMP26
Shimoda, Yusuke 9
Shimoe, Yutaka TP62, TP208
Shimogonya, Yuji WP88
Shimohata, Takayoshi
WP97
Shimony, Joshua WMP97
Shimony, Joshua S 35
Shin, Andrew Y WMP99
Shin, Byoung-Soo TP210
Shin, Cha-Nam WP252, TP415
Shin, Dahye 38
Shin, Dong Hoon WP85, TP10
Shin, Dong-Ick 157, WMP61
Shin, Dong-Woo WP159
Shin, Jong Wook
NS5
Shin, Myung-Seop TP198
Shin, Paul 107
Shin, Yong-Il TP150
Shinohara, Yuki 176
Shiokawa, Yoshiaki WP94, WMP33,
WP168, WP283, TMP92,
TP67, TP323, TP434
Shiozawa, Masayuki TMP92, TP67
Shipley, Craig TP403
Shippey, Ray WP341
Shireman, Theresa I LB21
Shiue, Harn WMP74, WP198, TMP7, TMP8, TP30, TP56,
TP78, TP344, TP345
Shkirkova, Kristina 163, WMP68, WMP71,
WP242, TP81
Shoamanesh, Ashkan 49, 92, 120, CTP9,
WP166, TP21, TP462
Shoemake, Paige TP326, TP327
Shoirah, Hazem WP8, WP15,
TP11, TP309
Shoja, Mohammadali M 195
Shopin, Ludmila TP460
Shoriah, H
TP387
Short, Kurt W TMP108
Shotar, Eimad WMP118
Shownkeen, Harish TP388
Shu, Hongge WP120
Shu, Shi WMP114
Shuaib, Ashfaq 5, 117, 201, LB7,
WMP82, WMP83, WP222,
WP229, TP14
Shutter, Lori A WP147
Shwe, Yamin TP33
Shyr, Yu WP417, TMP93
Sibolt, Gerli WP70, WP240, TMP119
Sico, Jason J WP199, TP165, TP175,
TP212, TP402
Sidani, Charif TMP32
Siddiq, Ishita WP412
Siddiqui, Adnan H 200, LB21
Siddiqui, Khawja 176
Siddiqui, Khawja A WP38, WP174, WP336,
TP70, TP236, TP337
Siddqui, Adnan
WMP4
Sidney, Stephen WMP52, WP158, WP201
Sidorov, Evgeny V WP81
Siegerink, Bob WP143, TP180
Siepe, Matthias TP84
Siepmann, Timo WP233, WP344,
TMP41, TP162
SIFAP1 Investigators, 138
Siffert, Joao
107
Sigfridsson, Emma 143
Sigmund, Curt 10
Siket, Matthew WP352
Sila, Cathy 71, WP398, WP421
Silva, Damian LBP6
Silva, Gabriela G B D WP148
Silva, Gisele S 104, WP49, TP390
Silver, Brian
WP182, WP352, WP355,
TP298, TP369
Silver, Frank L 5, 16, 20, 201, LB7,
WP227, TMP46, TP14
Silverman, Scott 176, TP443
Silverman, Scott B 122
Sim, Jeongha WP252, TP415
Sim, Julius CTP33
Simão, Fabricio
WP281
Simard, J M LB6, WMP88
Simard, J Marc LB24
Simonowicz, Patricia WP392
Simonte, Gioele
TMP6, TP124, TP354
Simpkins, James WMP111
Simpkins, James W 128
Simpson, Annie N 185
Simpson, David M TP169
Simpson, Jennifer WP330
Simpson, Kit N 185
Sin, Dong In WP335
Sinclair, Adriane 34
Singer, Daniel E WP302, WP303, TMP90
Singer, Oliver C TP9
Singh, Aditya WP410, TP126
Singh, Mantinderpreet 178
Singh, Tarvinder WP345
Singh, Vineeta TP241, TP311
Singhal, Aneesh 176
Singhal, Aneesh B 104, LB22
Singletary, Bill TP328
Singu, Takaomi WP60, WP62
Sinha, Arvind K WMP110, WP125
Sinha, Devesh WP54
Sinisalo, Juha WP143
Sinsley, Debbie WP429
SIREN Investigators, WP206
Siriwardena, Niro CTP24
Sissani, Leïla WP52
Sisson, April WMP74, WP198, WP346,
WP348, TMP7, TMP8,
TP30, TP56, TP78,
TP344, TP345
Sit, Janet TP381
Sit, Janet W NS7, TP195
SIT, Janet W H NS3
Sitton, Clark 202
Sivagnanam, Kamesh WMP7
Sivakumar, Leka WMP83
Sivers-Teixeira, Theresa CTP18
Skelly, Peggy 73
Skinner, Jonathan 86
Skolarus, Lesli 181, 187, WP173,
WP299, WP318, TP142
Slane, Kevin TP446
Slater, Lee-Anne WP36, WP413
Slawson, Tracey WP387
Sleight, Deborah WP247
Sline, Melvin
TMP74
Slootsky, Bryan TMP51
Smajda, Stanislas WMP2, WP32, TP13,
TP26
Smalling, Richard WP422
Smalls, Hayley TP256
Smallwood, Jennifer WMP77
Smith, Angela L WP164
Smith, Ashley WP387
Smith, Craig CTP33
Smith, Craig J 150
Smith, Edward R 32, 33, WP409
Smith, Eric 92, 114, 165, WMP32,
TP306, TP336
Smith, Eric E 115, WMP34, WP312,
WP313, TMP9, TMP37,
TMP65, TMP70, TMP89,
TP305, TP314, TP351
Smith, Evelyn TMP73, TP411
Smith, Jeremy 86
Smith, McCord TP244
Smith, Melinda A TP167
Smith, Shawn TP339
Smith, Wade WP10
Smith, Wade S 104, 155, WMP9, WP29
Smithard, David WP349
Smithson, Jennifer CTP8, CTP16, CTP17
Smock, Alison WP335
Smoll, Nicolas R LB20
Smoller, Jordan 111
Smyth, Duncan TP435
Snelling, Brian TP95
Snyder, Andrea G WP291
Snyder, Kenneth WMP4
Soare, Thomas W WMP72, TP249, TP300
Sobesky, Jan WP50, WP51
Sobrino-Mejia, Fidel E TP235, TP251
Soderberg, Stefan 88
Söderholm, Martin TP163
Soh, Min WP265
Sohn, Min Kyun TP150
Sohn, Sung Il 110, WMP61
Sohrabji, Farida 131, WMP42, WMP46,
TP105
Soinne, Lauri TMP119
Solenski, Nina 84
Solenski, Nina J TP250, TP299
Soma, Siva WP169
Sombutmai, Chut WP244
Son, Jeong-Woo TP103
Son, Seungnam WP424
Song, Dongbeom WMP58, WP213
Song, Haiqing WP83
Song, Hee-Jung WP241
Song, Hee-Young WP377
Song, Jiawei TMP54
— 134 —
Song, Jie TMP25
Song, Jun 145
Song, Sarah CTP34, CTP44,
WP307, TP292
Song, Shlee CTP18, LB23, WP314,
TP219, TP228
Song, Shlee S LB17
Song, Tae-Jin WMP58
Song, Yong-Bum TP35, TP397
Song, Yong-Bum (Peter) TP88
Sonig, Ashish WMP4
Soo, Yannie WP301, TMP16
Soo, Yannie O 168
Soo, Yannie OY WP121
Sooley, Donelda WP389
Soon, Derek 208, TP54
Sorel, Mike WMP52
Sorgun, Mine Hayriye WP132
Soriano, Diogo C WMP73
Sorreda, Vedasto S WP367
Sourour, Nader-Antoine WMP118
Southerland, Andrew 84
Southerland, Andrew M TP92, TP250,
TP299
Southwick, Lauren WP333, TP183
Sozener, Cemal B TMP72
Spahr, Catherine WP391
Spanaus, Katharina TMP112
Speare, Sally TMP27
Spence, J D LB1
Spencer, Charlotte 164
Spencer, Jeffrey 164
Sperl, Michael A WP238, TP248
Sperling, Reisa 47
Sperling, Reisa A 48
Spiegel, Gary 198, WMP25, WP33
Spilker, Judith TMP10
Spiotta, Alejandro TP5
Spokoyny, Ilana
WMP21, TP302
Sposato, Luciano LBP6
Spratt, Neil LBP8
Sprigg, Nikola 140, CTP8, CTP16,
CTP17, CTP24, WP349,
WP361, WP418, TP364
Spruill, Tanya TP425
Spychala, Monica
TP452
Spyropoulos, Jelena S WP304
Srivastava, Padma WP146
Stadnik, Agnieszka
WMP87, TP365
Staff, Ilene
TP282, TP343, TP375
Stafford, Phillip WP218
Stahon, Katharine WP103
Stamm, Julie TP154
Stamm, Julie M TMP25
Stamova, Boryana S WP370
Stamplecoski, Melissa WP306, TP176
Stanne, Tara TP163
Stapf, Christian 52, LB11,
WMP85, WP436
Stapleton, David B 189
Star, Michael 149
Starke, Robert M 8, 10
Starkman, Sidney 78, 82, 83, 163,
LB5, LBP4, WMP71,
WMP81, WP46, WP239,
WP242, WP250, WP438,
TMP12, TMP63,
TP81, TP366
Starling, Randall 40
Starr, Matthew T TP11, TP309
Statom, Gloria WP276
Staykov, Dimitre CTP17
Stefani, Marco Antonio 52
Stegmayr, Birgitta LBP7
Steiger, Hans-Jakob 190
Stein, Joel
TMP36
Steinberg, Gary K 69, WMP115, WP106,
TMP49, TP263, WP106
Steiner, Nili E WP403, TP394
Steiner, Thorsten 213, LB14
Steiner, Victoria TP383
Steinkoenig, Victoria TMP82
Steinkruger, Michael
WP236
Steinschneider, Arthur TP257
Stein-Spencer, Leslee WMP65
Stence, Nicholas WMP104
Stephenson, Caroline
TMP65
Sternak, Magdalena WP425
Stetefeld, H LB14
Stetler, Ruth A 147
Stevenson, Alec TP377
Stevenson, James 218
Stice, Steve L TP109
Stice, Steven L 130
Stier, Noah WP67
Stillman, Joshua WMP80, TP290
Stinear, Cathy M 77, 112
Stojanovski, Belinda WMP100, WMP101
Stoll, Anett TP9
Stolzenburg, Joanna WP386
Stone, Jonathan TP121
Stoner, Julie A TP459
Stoner, Michael TP121
Stoodley, Marcus A WMP120
STOP CHS study group, WP129
Stoppe, Maggie M TP384
Storey, Armide D 32
Stotts, Grant WP37, WP324, WP359,
TMP83, TP301
Stouch, Bruce LB7, LB18, WP17
Stradecki, Holly M TP98
Straka, Matus 6, 57, 158, WMP11,
WMP17, WP34, TP38
Strange, Poul 190
Stratton, Samuel 78, 82, 83, 163,
WP239, WP242, WP438,
TMP12, TMP63, TP366
Strbian, Daniel WP70, WP240, WP364
Strecker, Jan-Kolja WP96, WP337, TP273
Stringer, Michael CTP8, CTP16
Strnad, Frank A 70, 142
Strnad, Frank F WMP106
Strohm, Henning WP233
Strohm, Tamara WP116
Strom, Isabelle TP446
Strother, Megan K WP417, TMP93
Stuchiner, Tamela WP363, TP346, TP420
Sturm, Jonathan 89, WMP53
Sturzoiu, Tudor 41
Su, Hua 54, WP111
Suasnabar, R LBP6
Subramaniyam, Vivekanandhan WP146
Subramanya, Arohan R WP269
Sucharew, Heidi 149, 182, WP144,
WP190, WP305, WP408,
TMP5, TP160
Suda, Satoshi WP118, TP64, TP194
Sugata, Sei 55, TP122
Sugidachi, Atsuhiro WP278
Sugiu, Kenji WP129
Sugiura, Shiro
TMP26
Suh, Minhee NS8
Suh, Sang Hyun WP66
Sullivan, Michelle N 141
Sultan-Quarraie, Ali TP350
Sum, Chi WP263
Sumanas, Saulius WMP26
Sumners, Colin TMP58, TP214
Sun, Dandan WP269
Sun, Guohua 69, WP106,
TMP49, TP26
Sun, Hong-Shuo WP255
Sun, Jie WP120
Sun, Jingping WP274
Sun, Philip Z WMP24
Sun, Weiyun 170
Sun, Ye
TP452
Sun, Yongmei TMP52
Sun, Yongxin 17
Sun, Zhao-Yong WP130, TP125
Sun, Zhengda 54
Sunbulli, Mohammed F WMP75
Sundararaghavan, Anirudh 118
Sundararajan, Sophia WP398, WP421
Sung, Gene WP56, WP239
Sung, Sheng-Feng CTP20, WP374, TP321
Supan, Erin WP398, TP414
Supsupin, Emilio 202
Suri, M Fareed K TP28, TP166
Suri, MFareed K 100, TP349
Surmava, Ann-Marie
34
Sussman, Eric WMP115
Suter, Robert 115, TMP89,
TMP9, TP314
Sutter, Robert WMP32, TP306
Suttman, Erin M CTP40, CTP45, CTP49
Sutton, Zachary G TP250
Suzuki, Akifumi WMP33, TP323
Suzuki, Jun-ichi TP269
Suzuki, Kentaro WP118, TP64
Suzuki, Norihiro WP139
Suzuki, Rieko TP191
Swaminathan, Balakumar TP222
Swamy, Nikil CTP45, CTP49
Swanson-Devlin, Terasa G WMP59
Swanson-Devlin, Teresa 27
Swartz, Richard WP141, WP193
Swartz, Richard H CTP6
Sweet, Julie 171, 223
Switzer, Jeffrey 118
Swope, Cindy WMP60
Sy, Heustein TP436
Sze, Gordon LB6, LB24
Szeder, Viktor WMP108, TP81
Tabas, Irene A TP245
Tada, Yoshiteru TP90, TP93
Tadevosyan, Aleksey TP333
Tafreshi, Gilda WP20, WP243
Tagawa, Naoki WP115, WP216
Taguchi, Noriko WP272
Tahara, Yoshio WP210
Tailakh, Ayman NS1
Tajiri, Hiroyuki WP63
Takada, Tatsuro TP20
Takagi, Yasushi TP137, TP230
Takahashi, Jun 55, TP122
Takahashi, Jun C WMP54, TMP44, TMP47
Takahashi, Tetsuya WP97
Takahashi, Tsutomu TMP26
Takahashi, Yuji WP65
Takaishi, Satoshi TP20
Takamatsu, Kazuhiro WP168, TMP92,
TP62, TP67,
TP208, WP168
Takao, Hiroyuki WP91
Takao, Masaki WP139
Takasaki, Morio TP129
Takashima, Yuki TP453
Takata, Megumu TP232
Takazawa, Takanori TP227
Takenobu, Yohei TP137, TP230
Takeshima, Shinichi TP62, TP208
Takizawa, Shunya WP168, TMP92, TP67
Talegawkar, Sameera TP423
Talia, Nadine WMP70
Tam, Fred WP150
Tamaki, Nagara TP99
Tamosiunas, Abdonas 88
Tampieri, Donatella TP14
Tampieri, Donatella I 5, 201
Tamura, Ayako TP380
Tan, Chengbo WP110
Tan, Dawn TMP27
Tan, Lee A WMP116
Tan, Ming T CTP43
Tanahashi, Norio WP68
Tanaka, Akio TP62
Tanaka, Jun WP259
Tanaka, Makiko TMP26
Tanaka, Makoto WP272
Tanaka, Ryota WP223
Tanaka, Tomotaka WMP54, TMP88,
TP341
Tandy, Thomas K
TP92
Tang, Chih-Wei WP154
Tang, Sung-Chun CTP20, WP414, TP367
Tang, SW N
S7
Tang, Weihua LB22
Tang, Weizhu 170
Tani, Shoichi TP87
Tanislav, Christian 138
Tanne, David LB1
Tanno, Yuhei WP24, WP59, WP65
Taqi, A WMP8
Taqi, Muhammad WP31
Taqui, Ather 79, TP358
Tarbiat-Boldaji, Mary TP256
Tardif-Douglin, Miriam TP285
Tarhuni, Wadea WP222, WP229
Tariq, Sana TP57
Tarpley, Jason WMP68, WMP71, WP14
Tarsia, Joseph TP21
Tart, Rebecca C 28
Tata, Laila J 140
Tate, Debbie TP328
Tateishi, Yohei WMP78, WP68
Tateshima, Satoshi WMP81, WMP108,
WP95
Tatlisumak, Turgut 138, WP70, WP143,
WP240, WP364
Tatsuoka, Curtis 73, WP421
Taub, Michael WP153
Tay, Deirdre D Y TP334
Tayama, Darren WP284, TP72
Taylor, John M WP408
Taylor, Roslyn TMP55, TP257
Taylor-Piliae, Ruth E NS7
Teasell, Robert LB8
Tecos, Maria WP247
Tee, Yee Kai 63
Teitelbaum, Jeanne 5, 201, TMP101
Teixeira-Poit, Stephanie M TP285, TP307
Teleb, Mohamed S TMP73
Telford, Britany TP313
Telles Cougo-Pinto, Pedro WP43
Teng, Edmond WP262
Tennant, Connie TMP80
Tennant, Kelly 132
Tenser, Matthew WMP5, WP56
Teo, Mario WMP115
Teoh, Hock Luen 208
Teoh, Hock-Luen 220, WMP110, WP125
Terasaki, Tadashi WP60, WP62,
WP168TMP92, TP67
Terasaki, Yasukazu TMP48
Terasawa, Yuka TP221
Tesfasilassie, Tomas WP246, TMP97
Testai, Fernando TP359
— 135 —
Teuschl, Yvonne WP420
Teutsch, Christine TP428
Thakker, Parth WP321, TP69
Thaler, David E 205, WP197,
WP228, WP422
Thamm, Thoralf WP51
Than, Phan CTP3
Thang, Nguyen H CTP2, CTP7
Thanprasertsuk, Sekh TP462
Theben, Janine WP389
the Contribution of Genetic
Analysis to the Efficacy of
Clopidogrel (Cognac) Study
Investigators
TMP88
The DEFUSE 2 investigators, WP14
The ENCHANTED Investigators, CTP2,
CTP7
The HeadPoST Investigators, CTP15
The INTERACT2 Investigators, WMP85
The International ARUBA
Investigators, LB11
The International ARUBA
Investigators (21 co-authors) 52
The International PFO Consortium,
NCT00859885, 205, WP228
The Investigators at the 39
International ARUBA Centers 52
Theodore, Karen S TP419
The PRISMS Collaborators, CTP27, TP72
the SAMMPRIS Investigators, TP184
the SAMURAI Study Investigators, TP67
The Stroke Oxygen Study
Collaborative Group, 151
Thibodeau, Alexa TP268
Thiel, Alexander TP148
Thielen, Evan P WMP27
Thijs, Vincent 138, 160, 205, CTP3,
WP228, TP66
Thomalla, Goetz CTP41
Thomalla, Gotz WP55
Thomas, Abraham WMP57
Thomas, Abraham P WP244, TMP11, TP23
Thomas, Ajith TP21
Thomas, Alexis TMP75
Thomas, Katherine TP339
Thomas, Kathie WP178, TP294
Thomas, Laine WP297, TMP36, TMP70
Thomas, Santosh G WMP120
Thomas-Seaton, LaTeshia C 23
Thompson, Bradford B WP355, TP298
Thompson, Carol WMP86
Thompson, David M 193, TP456, WP81
Thompson, Jeffrey 44
Thompson, Jeffrey F TMP110
Thompson, Nicolas 186, WP295
Thompson, Richard 215, WMP96, WP350
Thompson, Richard E CTP36
Thorn, Lena WP364
Thornhill, Andre CTP23
Thornton, John 5, 201, LB18,
WP17, TP14
Thorpe, Carol Lee CTP34
THRACE Investigators, 7
Threlkeld, Chris TP244
Threlkeld, Zachary WMP9, TP311
Thrift, Amanda
89, WMP53
Thrift, Amanda G 76, 153, TMP27
THRIVES Investigators, CTP21
Thulborn, Keith R WP227
Tiainen, Marjaana
WP70
Tian, Ge WP301
Timaran, Carlos LB10
Ting, Eric 208, TP54
Ting, Eric Y 220
Ting, Eric Y S TP340
Tiozzo, Eduard TP98
Tiperneni, Anita TP95
Tirschwell, David WP345
Tirschwell, David L WP368, WP422
Titsworth, W Lee WP409
Tjoumakaris, Stavropoula 8
Todo, Kenichi WP68, WP168,
TMP92, TP67
Togay Isikay, Canan WP132
Tokuda, Naoki WP210
Tokuura, Daiki TP20
Tom, MeeLee CTP4
Tomari, Shinya TP341
Tomasello, Alejandro 58, LB7, LB16, TP49
Tomii, Yasuhiro TP42
Tominari, Shinjiro 14
Tomizawa, Atsuyuki WP278
Tomlinson, George TMP46
Tomsick, Thomas A 159, WMP3
Ton, Quynh WMP26
Tong, David TP1
Tong, Xin 183, WP286, TMP62
Tonomura, Shuichi WP220, TMP44,
TMP47
Too, Gloria WP157, WP185
Topcuoglu, Mehmet Akif 96, WP226
Topel, Christopher TP245
Toscano, Juan WP138
Toscano, Juan F WP119, WP131, TMP15,
TMP23, TP119
Toshimitsu, Hamasaki CTP12
Toth, Gabor 18, CTP35, TP94
Toub, Josh WP321
Touyz, Rhian WP184
Tovar, Juan TP239
Towfighi, Amytis CTP18, WMP5, WP179,
TMP87, TP77
Toyoda, Kazunori CTP12, WMP33,
WMP54, WP94, WP136,
WP168, WP188, WP210,
WP220, WP283, TMP4,
TMP44, TMP47, TMP88,
TMP92, TMP106, TP67,
TP191, TP323, TP341,
TP347, TP355, TP434
Tran, Jamie CTP18
Traore, Aminata A
193, TP456
Traystman, Richard J 70, 142, WMP106,
TMP59
Treiman, Gerald 98
Treit, Sarah 214, TP373
Trejo, Laura CTP34
Trenkler, Johannes TP9
Trenor, Cameron WMP98
Triggs, William J TMP30
Trinh, Van D WMP68
Trivedi, Anurag WMP23
Trotti, Lynn Marie 106
Truelsen, T LBP6
Trystram, Denis TMP105
Tsai, Hsin-Hsi 123
Tsai, Jenny CTP11, WMP17
Tsai, Jenny P 6, 57, 158,
WMP11, WP34
Tsai, Li-Kai 123, WP414
Tsai, Yun-An WP154
Tsang, Adrian TMP117, TP55, TP57
Tse, Gabrielle T WP127
Tse-Chang, Karen TP211, TP432
Tsiaklides, Michael WMP51
Tsivgoulis, Georgios 37, 135, 166, 178,
204, NS4, NS6,
WP28, WP373, TMP1,
TMP17, TMP100, TP4,
TP83, TP218
Tsogkas, Ioannis TP242
Tsujino, Akira WMP78
Tsukuda, Kana WP264, WP266
Tsuruoka, Syuichi TP194
Tsuskahara, Tetsuya WP88
Tu, Grace WP331
Tu, Grace M WP367
Tubbs, R Shane 195
Tudor, Jovin WMP11
Tuhrim, S TP387
Tulamo, Riikka 13
Tumalapenta, Sirisha WP407
Tung, Spencer
WP107
Tunstall-Pedoe, Hugh 88
Tuomilehto, Jakkoo WP420
Turakhia, Mintu 210
Turan, Tanya 20
Turan, Tanya N 103, 105, CTP5, TMP39,
TP184, TP308
Turk, Aquilla WMP4, TP5
Turnbow, Brian WP387
Turner, Heather TP389
Turner, Raymond WMP4, TP5
Turner, Stephanie TP328
Turowski, Bernd
TP9
Tuthill, Theresa TP368
Tyan, Clarke WP384
Tyler, Mitchell E
TMP25
Tymianski, Michael CTP6
Tyrrell, Pippa 150, 152, TP178
Tyson, Jon LB3
Tzeng, Janice TP307
UCAS Japan Investigators, 14
Uchino, Akira TP453
Uchino, Haruto WP61
Uchino, Ken 18, 39, 71, 79,
186, WP116, TP68,
TP358, TP429
Uchiyama, Shinichiro TMP94
UCLA Stroke Systems of
Care Study Group, WMP68
Ueda, Masayuki TP197
Ueda, Toshihiro TP20
Uehara, Toshiyuki WP136, TP191
Ueno, Yasushi WP68
Ueno, Yuji WP223
Uhegwu, Nnamdi TP444
Ullman, Natalie WP356
Unverzagt, Frederick W TMP120
Uohara, Michael Y 31
Upadhyaya, Manas WMP59
Uphaus, Timo LB2, TP9
Urabe, Takao WP223
Urbach, Horst TP9
Urban, Alan TMP56
Urday, Sebastian WMP88
Urra, Xabier WMP69
Urra, Xavier LB16
Urrutia, Victor C WP383
Urtecho, Jacqueline 24
Ustrell, Xavier
WP439, TP63
Uvere, Ezinne CTP21
Uzcudun, A LBP6
Uzun, Oktay WP437
Vacari, Andreia M H TP390
Vach, Werner TP84, TP136
Vachhani, Jay CTP48
Vader, Priyadarshini WP38
Vadikolias, Konstantinos TMP17
Vagal, Achala WMP85, WP7
Vahidy, Farhaan CTP29, WMP31,
WP308, WP309, TP424
Vahidy, Farhaan S TMP74, TP288, TP319
Vaibhav, Kumar TMP118
Vaidya, Dhananjay
WP434
Vaitkevicius, Henrikas
WMP77
Valdes-Sueiras, Miguel 82, WP242
Valdovinos, Christina
WP367
Valdovinos, Cristina WP331
Valenzuela, John P TP277
Valenzuela, John Paul 169, TMP115
Vanacker, Peter TP303
Vance, Ansar Z TP293
van den Berg, Lucie 4
Van den Berg, Lucie A 1, LB18, WP22
Vandergriff, Melissa
WP384
van der Lugt, Aad
1, 4, LB7, WP22
van der Marel, Kajo TP261
van der Worp, Bart
CTP17
van de Sandt-Koenderman, Mieke WP22
van Etten, Ellis 121
van Etten, Ellis S TP458
van Kralingen, Josie C 143
van Oostenbrugge, Robert J 1, 4, LB7,
WP22
van Oosterbrugge, Robert J LB18
van Ryn, Joanne WP73
van Vliet, Rebecca TP391
van Zwam, Wim H 1, 4, LB7,
LB18, WP22
Varela, Dalila
WP176
Varela, Elizabeth WP224
Vargas, Jan TP5
Varma, Daniel D TP297
Vasdekis, Spyros TMP17
Vashkevich, Anastasia 122, 124, WMP88,
WMP89, WP292,
WP357, TP372, TP458
Vasilevko, Vitaly TP276
Vasquez, Cinthya NS1
Vates, G Edward TP447
Vates, George E TP121
Vaughan-Sarrazin, Mary S TP168
Vaughn, Stephanie NS9
Vaziri, Nosratola D TP256
Vazzoller, Marcela R WP49
Vedala, Kishore 118
Vedantham, Srinivasan WP437
Veeravalli, Krishna K
TP101
Vela-Duarte, Daniel 79, TP358
Veltkamp, Roland LB14, LB22
Vemuganti, Raghu WP271, TMP50
Venkatasubba Rao, Chethan WMP4
Venkatraman, Anand TMP107
Venna, Venugopal WMP45
Venna, Venugopal Reddy WP270
Venters, Kelly TP385
Verbeek, Richard CTP6
VerHage, Anna TMP73
Verma, Abhishek LBP4
Verma, Rajkumar WP270, TMP53
Verma, Shweta J TMP33
Vernooij, Meike TP171
Vernooij, Meike W 120
Veronesi, Giovanni 88
Verzini, Fabio TP124, TP354
Vesely, Kristin WP150
Vesely, Kristin A WP151
Vespa, Paul
TP81
Vespa, Paul M WMP71
Vestesson, Emma TP178
Veumganti, Raghu TP280
Veznedaroglu, E WMP8, WP31
Vibbert, Matthew 24
Vicaut, Eric
LB11
Vicini-Parra, Javier TP235, TP251
Vickrey, Barbara G CTP18, WP179,
TMP87
Viguier, Alain WMP93, WMP95, WP362
— 136 —
Vilain, Katherine A LB21
Villablanca, Pablo WP89
Villringer, Arno TP47
Villringer, Kersten 179, TP47
Vilneff, Renee TMP65
Vincent, Andrea S TP120
Vinson, David R WP201
Vinters, Harry V WP107
Vinuela, F WMP68
Vinuela, Fernando WMP30
Virani, Aneesha TP392
Visch, Evy WP22
Viscoli, Catherine M LB1
Vishnu, Venugopalan Y TP454
VISTA-ICH Collaborators, WP354
Viswanathan, Anand 47, 85, 121, 122,
124, 125, 176, WP358,
TMP113, TP372,
TP458, TP462
Viviani, C LBP6
Vlahovic, Luka TP295
Vo, Katie D
35, WMP97
Voeks, Jenifer H CTP4, CTP5, LB10,
TMP24, TP131
Vogt, Matthias TP84
Vollmer, Katie WMP47
Volny, Ondrej WP28
Volpi, John TP226, TP342
Volpi, John J LB3
VonCannon, Shellie TMP81
von Eckardsteind, Arnold TMP112
Vongveeranonchai, Nuttawan TP225
von Kummer, Ruediger 52, 159, LB24,
WMP3
von Samson-Himmelsternja,
Federico WP51
von Samson-Himmelstjerna,
Federico C WP50
Vora, N WMP8
Vora, Nirav 202, WP31
Votova, Kristine TMP95
Voumvourakis, Konstantinos 37, 135,
TMP17, TP218
Vrettou, Agathi-Rosa 37, 135, 204, TP218
Vu, Kim TP326, TP327
Vu, Kim Y T TP424
Vu, Kim Yen Thi WP385
Vyas, Annasha LBP5
Vyas, Nilesh TP75
Vyas, Nilesh A 195
Wabnitz, Ashley M 103
Wachter, Rolf LB2, TP215, TP233
Wacksman, Jeremy CTP18
Waddy, Salina P WP285, TMP67, TP315
Wadhwania, Rozina WP308
Wadhwania, Rozina N WP309
Wadley, Virginia G TMP120
Wagner, Jeffrey WP12, TP7, TP16
Wagner, Jeffrey C WP77
Wagner-Heck, Michaela LB2
Wahlgren, Nils 155, WP29
Waisman, Gabriel WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Wakayama, Kouji TP269
Wakhloo, Ajay K TP261
Wakhoo, Ajay K WP437
Wakisaka, Yoshinobu TP207
Waldschmidt, Carolin 179
Walker, Eric R TP144
Wallace, Carla 60
Waller, Edmund K 105
Waller, Jennifer L WP113
Walley, Megan WP244
Wallis, Roi Ann
WP327
Wally, Megan WP245
Walsh, Kyle B 126
Walter, Silke WP54
Walters, Beverly 195
Walters, Matthew WP184
Wang, Anxin LBP2, WP156, WP347,
TP330
Wang, Bochu TP262
Wang, Chunjuan WP156, WP319,
WP320, TP305, TP330
Wang, Chunxue LBP2, WP156, WP319,
WP347, TP305, TP330
Wang, Daming 19
Wang, Dandan WP109
Wang, Danny WMP15
Wang, Danny J WMP97
Wang, Danny J J 35
Wang, David 27, WP347
Wang, David Z WMP59, TP101
Wang, Eric 69
Wang, Eric H WP106
Wang, Guan-Lei WP255
Wang, Guijing TP286
Wang, Guohua TP264
Wang, Haimei TP48, TP58
Wang, Jasmine 72
Wang, Jiguang WMP85
Wang, Jin-Huan TP75
Wang, Jinju WP108
Wang, Kaijun LB21
Wang, Kefeng
WP285, TMP67, TP315
Wang, Limin TP322
Wang, Liya 130, TP109
Wang, Mingquan 36
Wang, Moli WP83
Wang, Pei-Ning 45
Wang, Sainan 218
Wang, Shu TP444
Wang, Sophie 102, TP115
Wang, Stephanie WP106
Wang, Tao WP263
Wang, Ting TP258
Wang, Xia WMP91, TP363
Wang, Xiao-Li WP264, WP266
Wang, Xinli 146, TMP60
Wang, Yilong CTP14, CTP25, CTP47,
LBP2, WP156, WP319,
WP320, WP347,
TP305, TP330
Wang, Yong Jun TP457
Wang, Yongjun CTP14, CTP25, CTP47,
LBP2, WP156, WP319,
WP320, WP347, WP366,
TP305, TP330
Wang, Yongting 129
Wang, Yu-Bo WP217
Wang, Yu-Xin TP75
Wang, Yun 15, 184, TMP61,
TMP69, TP338
Wang, Yunxia TP403
Wang, Yuping WP83
Wang, Zhaoqing WP263, TMP91
Wang, Zheyu CTP36
Wang, Zuo TP75
Warach, Steven LB17, LB23, WP55,
WP332, TP245
Ward, Anthony TMP34
Ward, Brian WP175
Ward, Jennifer D CTP19
Ward, Rebecca 169, WP274,
TMP115, TP277
Wardlaw, Joanna WP166
Wardlaw, Joanna M CTP24
Warren-Findlow, Jan NS1
Wartenberg, Katja TP363
Wartenberg, Katja E LB14
Warusevitane, Anushka CTP33
Washington, Knitasha CTP44
Wasser, Katrin LB2, TP233
Wassertheil-Smoller, Sylvia 111
Watanabe, Makoto TP172
Watanabe, Takuya TP172
Watanabe, Yoko TP194
Watcharakorn, Arvemas WP215
Waterman, Mark
TP253
Waters, Michael F 103, WP285, TMP67,
TP214, TP315
Watkins, Beth TP244
Watkins, Caroline CTP15
Watson, Carol 175
Watson, Tim J 117
Weatherall, Mark WP290, TP435
Weatherwax1, Theodore TP108
WEBCAST, French Observatory,
WEBCAST 2 Investigators WMP29
Weber, Joachim
179
Weber-Krüger, Mark LB2, TP215, TP233
Wechsler, Lawrence R 71, 177, LB19,
TP11, TP309
Wedlake, John WP81
Wee, Patrick TP44
Wei, Feifei TP243
Wei, Felix WMP107
Wei, Min 146
Weider, Matthew WMP47
Weilbacher, Georgia WP388
Weill, Alain TP29
Weimar, Christian 205, LB14,
WP228, TP9
Wein, Theodore TMP34
Weintraub, Michael I TP287
Weisman, David C TP240
Weiss, Norbert WP233
Weiss, Viktor TMP17
Weissman, Holly TP335
Weitz, Jeffrey I 213
Weitzenkamp, David WMP104
Welch, Babu
TMP13
Wellmann, Jürgen WP337
Welter, Elisabeth WP421
Wen, Mary M WP327
Wendell, Linda C WP355, TP298
Wendt, Matthias 179
Weng, Leihua 51, WP104
Werring, David TP368
Wesley, Umadevi V WP257
West, Franklin D 130, TP109
Westergaard, Mogens TP140
Westover, Jennifer TP143
Wexler, Ruth 175
Whaley, Michelle NS6, WP12, WP77,
TP7, TP16, TP80 TP391
Wheeler, Janie L WMP60
Wheeler, Natalie C TP329
White, Ann Marie 25
White, Carole WP166
White, Carole L WP382, TP412
White, Jennifer WP389
White, Phil LB9
White, Teresa S WP400
Whitehead, Craig TP297
Whitehead, Kevin J 56
Whitesel, Dustyn TP143
Whittemore,, Robin TP379
Whitworth, Catherine
TMP75
Wibberly, Katharine 84
Wickham, Thomas TMP43, TP426, TP443
Wiedmann, Markus WMP120
Wiens, Brian L 212
Wieronska, Joanna M WP425
Wiese, Jonathan
TP342
Wiesehan, Rebecca WP236
Wiesmann, Martin TP9
Wikas, Angie TP411
Wilczynski, Grzegorz M WP425
Wilder, Michael 180, WMP76, TP350
Wilder, Michael J WP84
Wilkerson, Johnny TP143
Willems, Deb WP389
Willems, Jacqueline TP417
Willey, Joshua Z WMP56, WMP80,
WP44, WP157, WP170,
WP185, WP200, WP352,
TP177, TP290
William, Christopher M 122
Williams, David 5, 201, TP14
Williams, Jennifer 162
Williams, Jennifer A WP236
Williams, Justin C TMP25
Williams, Linda S TP152, TP165,
TP175, TP212,
TP377, TP402
Williams, Olajide WMP80, WP171,
TMP85, TP189, TP290
Williams, Raeonda TP441
Williams, Scott
WP72
Williams, Stephen WP171, TMP85
Williams, Stephen K TP188, TP425
Williamson, Hannah C TMP27
Williamson, Richard WP382, TP412
Willinsky, Robert A TP14
Willis, Phyllis CTP18, CTP34
Wills, James LBP8
Willson, Morgan 60
Wilson, Alexis T
TP45
Wilson, Andrew TP406
Wilson, Claire P CTP43
Wilson, Katina 10
Wilson, N
TP387
Wing, Jeffrey J WP173, WP299,
WP318, TP142,
TP167, TP201
Winge, Mårten C TMP49
Winger, Jonathan A 67
Winker, Thomas TP84
Winners, Stacey 79, TP358
Winter, Benjamin 179
Winter, Stefan WP102
Wintermark, Max 161, CTP11, WP58
Wira, Charles R TP240
Wisco, Dolora 79, 202, TP358, TP68
Wise, Elizabeth 180, WP84, WP323
Witt, Emma WP405
Wolber, Nicole E
TP394
Wolf, Philip A 49
Wolfe, Jennifer TMP77
Wolz, Robin TP368
Won, Yoo Dong WP128
Wong, Christine
TP1
Wong, George 194
Wong, Greg WP242
Wong, Gregory J LBP4
Wong, Ho-fai 208
Wong, Ka Sing WP123, TMP16
Wong, Ka-Sing WP301
Wong, Kasing 21, TMP22
Wong, Lawrence
168
Wong, Lawrence KS WP121
Wong, Lily Y H 220, WMP110, WP125
Wong, Pancras C 175
— 137 —
Woo, Daniel 87, 126, 136, 149,
211, WMP85, WP7,
WP144, WP177, WP190,
WP232, WP292, WP305,
WP357, WP372, TMP10,
TP160, TP164, TP203,
TP359, TP371, TP377
Woo, Moon-Sook TP266
Woo, Sung-Ho WP180
Wood, Carla N WP50
Wood, Kristofer 144, WP277
Woodhouse, Lisa CTP8, WP349, WP418
Woodrich, Elisabeth 211
Woolf, Graham G 83
Woolf, Graham W 99, WMP81, WP227,
TMP38, TMP39
Woon, Fung Peng TP334
Work, Lorraine M 143
Worrall, Bradford B TP250, TP299, TP92
Wouters, Anke 160, TP66
Wright, Amy WP135
Wright, Clinton B
91, WMP56, WP165,
WP176, TMP112,
TP98, TP461
Wright, Danny WP79
Wright, Eric
TP51
Wright, Garrie CTP6
Wright, Paul 209, WP231,
WP322, WP329
Wrigley, Peter WP232
Wu, Abel 202
Wu, An-Yu TP367
Wu, Guojun WMP91
Wu, Jer-Yuarn
TP134
Wu, Jun WMP48
Wu, Meijing WMP87, TP365
Wu, Ona LB17, LB23, WMP14,
WP38, WP43, TP70
Wu, Shinyi CTP18
Wu, Tzu Ching
TP319
Wu, Tzu-Ching PPS3, TP288
Wu, Wei 19
Wu, Weijuan 17
Wu, Yi-Ling CTP20, WP287, TMP86
Wymore, Erin CTP44
Xanthakis, Vanessa
46
Xavier, Andrea TP326
Xavier, Andreea TP327
Xi, Guohua TMP54
Xian, Ying 114, 115, 165,
WMP32, WMP34, WP156,
WP297, WP312, WP313,
WP319, TMP9, TMP36,
TMP70, TMP89, TP305,
TP306, TP314,
TP330, TP351
Xiang, Bin 155, WP10, WP29
Xiao, Guanxi WP260
Xiao, Xiang WP108
Xie, Zhiyong TP368
Xing, Hanning TMP23
Xiong, Li WP301, TP203, TP462
Xu, Anding CTP25
Xu, Ke WP263
Xu, Mengjun WMP18
Xu, Na 42
Xu, Wei-Hai
WP130, TP125
Xu, Yaping WP284
Xu, Yu-Yuan TP125
Xu, Yu-Yuyuan WP130
Xu, Yuming TMP52
Xu, Yun 51, WP104, WP277
Xue, Mengzhou TMP52
Xue, Xiehua TP265
Yadav, Binod Kumar TP210
Yadav, Renu TP210
Yaghi, Shadi WP44, WP170,
WP182, WP200, WP352,
TP12, TP177, TP290
Yagi, Kenji TP90, TP93
Yagita, Yoshiki WP168, TMP92, TP67
Yamada, Keiichi TP129
Yamada, Kiyofumi WP122
Yamada, Lidia B C TP184
Yamada, Sumio WP419
Yamagami, Hiroshi WMP54, WP129,
WP168, WP188, TMP4,
TMP44, TMP47, TMP88,
TMP92, TMP106, TP67,
TP341, TP355
Yamagami, Keitaro TP129
Yamagata, Sen TP232
Yamaguchi, Kyoji TP271, TP283
Yamaguchi, Shuhei WP205
Yamaguchi, Susumu 133, WP98
Yamal, Jose-Miguel PPS3
Yamamoto, Haruko CTP12, TMP88
Yamamoto, Nobuaki WP68
Yamamoto, Yasumasa TP42
Yamamoto, Yumi TMP109
Yamamoto, Yusuke WP133, WP259
Yamashiro, Kazuo WP223
Yamashita, Toru WMP37
YAMATO Study Group, WP68
Yamauchi, Toshifumi WP264, WP266
Yan, Bernard 59, 62, 159, WMP3
Yan, Sandra TP369
Yan, Shenqiang WMP18, TP82
Yan, Tao WMP44
Yanagihashi, Masaru TP227
Yanase, Lisa R TP346
Yanase, Masanobu WMP54
Yanek, Lisa R WP434
Yang, Bing TP106
Yang, Christine C CTP28
Yang, Guo-Yuan 129, WMP43
Yang, Jie WMP91
Yang, Jing 175, WP263, TMP91
Yang, Mi-Hwa WP342
Yang, Qi 93, TP219
Yang, Qing WP319
Yang, Seung-Hee WP275
Yang, Shih-Hung WP414
Yang, Sung-Sen WP269
Yang, Wenjie 21, TMP22
Yang, Xiaomeng WP347
Yang, Xiaoxia WP277
Yang, Xuan 36
Yang, Yi TMP110
Yang, Yirong WMP48, TP108
Yang, Yuanyuan
TP264
Yang, Yuchen 192
Yao, Hiroshi TP453
Yao, Ming WMP114, WP183
Yarbrough, Chester K PPS2
Yarlagadda, Vamsi V WMP99
Yarovoi, Serge 172
Yassi, Nawaf 59, 62
Yavagal, Dileep R 6, 57, 158, 161,
177, LB15, CTP52,
LB21, WMP6, WMP11,
WMP17, WP145, WP34,
TMP32, TP50, TP95
Yavuz, Kivilcim WP132
Ye, Dan WP104
Ye, Xinchun WMP44
Yeatts, Sharon CTP11, CTP23,
TP72, TP370
Yeatts, Sharon D 159, WMP3, WP25
Yee, Alan
TP1
Yeh, Sheng-Wen 173
Yeh, Shin-Joe WP414
Yen, Ruoh-Fang 123
Yenari, Midoir A TP445
Yeo, Leonard 208, TP54
Yeo, Leonard L L 220, WP125
Yeo, Min-Ju 157, WMP61
Yeo, Minju TP437
Yeo, Tseng-Tsai WMP110
Yeon, Je Young WMP28, WP280,
WP280, TP123
Yepes, Manuel TP110
Yeramaneni, Samrat WP305, WP408
Yetim, Ezgi WP226
Yim, Eunji TP203
Yim, Eunsil TP179
Yin, Changhao WP428
Yin, Kanhua 102, TP115
Yin, Ke-Jie 145
Yin, Long 19
Yip, Byron K CTP19
Yodh, Arjun G WP339
Yogendrakumar, Vignan WMP92
Yokoyama, Mutsumi WP68
Yonan, Charles 107
Yonchek, Joan C 70
Yonehara, Toshiro WP60, WP62
Yong, V Wee TMP52
Yoo, Albert J 159, 200, 161,
LB17, WMP16, WMP3
Yoo, Arum TP103
Yoo, Bong Goo TP204
Yoo, Bryan WMP71, WMP81,
WP46, TP81
Yoo, Do-Sung WP128
Yoo, Joonsang WP213, WP275
Yoo, Sangeun NS5
Yoon, Byung-Woo WP369, TP145,
TP196, TP325
Yoon, Cindy W 207
Yoon, Dukyong
38
Yoon, Woong PPS4, WP5
Yoshida, Kazumichi TP137, TP137, TP230
Yoshie, Tomohide
TP20
Yoshikawa, Kenji TMP26
Yoshimura, Shinichi WMP33, WP94,
WP122, WP129, WP283,
TP323, TP434
Yoshimura, Sohei CTP12, WP168,
TMP92, TP67
Yoshioka, Kazuhiro WP24, WP59, WP65
Yoshioka, Shotaro TP85
Youbi, Mehdi TP98
Young, Brittany M TMP25
Young, Joseph D WMP52
Young, Lawrence H
LB1
Young, Rhonda NS4
Young, Teresa WP384
Yousaf, Muhammad H
119, TMP19
Yu, Amy Ying Xin 117, CTP10
Yu, Hee Sun NS5, WP241
Yu, Kewei TP108
Yu, Kyung-Ho WMP61, WP16,
WP18, WP76, WP180,
WP235, TP200, TP304
Yu, Lihua WP394
Yu, Peng WMP44
Yu, Qianyi WMP30, WP89
Yu, Simon WP123, TMP16
Yu, Songlin WMP15
Yu, Sungwook
TP209
Yu, Yang WP428
Yuan, Chun WP120
Yuan, Feng
WP255
Yuan, Hui WP269, TP107
Yuan, Jing WP183
Yuan, Keming WP175
Yuan, Kristy WMP20
Yuki, Ichiro WMP119, WP91
Yum, Kyu Sun 157, TP437
Yun, Na Young
NS5, WP241
Yuzuriha, Takefumi TP453
Zacharek, Alex
WMP38, WMP44
Zafar, Aiman
100, 119, TMP19
Zafar, Aimen TP318
Zafar, Atif
79, WP249, TP358
Zaharchuck, Greg CTP11
Zaharchuk, Greg 158, WMP11,
WMP17, WP58
Zaharchuk, Gregory 6, 57, WP34
Zahuranec, Darin TP351
Zahuranec, Darin A TP324
Zahuranec, Darin B 187, TMP66
Zahuranec, Darin Z WP163, TMP64
Zaidat, O O WMP8
Zaidat, Osama WP31, WP36
Zaidat, Osama O 99, 159, CTP26,
CTP52, WMP3, WP35
Zand, Ramin 166, 178, WP28, TMP1,
TMP100, TP4, TP83
Zandieh, Ali WP339, WP354
Zaro Weber, Olivier WP50
Zedde, Maria Luisa 205
Zedde, Marialuisa WP228
Zee, David S CTP36
Zeller, Thomas TP84, TP136
Zeng, Lili WMP43
Zeppenfeld, Douglas LBP1
Zerna, Charlotte 92, WP344, TMP65
Zevallos, Juan C WP285
Zewdie, Ephrem 30
Zewude, Rahel T TP73
Zeynalov, Emil WP105
Zhan, Lei 54, WP111
Zhan, Xinhua WP370
Zhang, Bin WP255
Zhang, Cathy R WP162
Zhang, Chen-Hao TP75
Zhang, Haiyue TP264
zhang, Hongqi TP8
Zhang, Jingjing WP394
Zhang, Jun
TP113
Zhang, Li WP100, WP102
Zhang, Li-Qun TP156
Zhang, Lingjiao 56, WMP87
Zhang, Pei-Lan TP75
Zhang, Qihui TP305
Zhang, Rui 54, WP111
Zhang, Rui Lan 146
Zhang, Ruilan TMP60
Zhang, Runhua WP366
Zhang, Shihong WMP85, WMP91
Zhang, Talan WP100, WP102
Zhang, Tony TP95
Zhang, Wenri LBP1
Zhang, Wenting 42
Zhang, Xiao Ming WMP39
Zhang, Xiaocheng TP82
Zhang, Xiaoming 146
Zhang, Yi 68, 127, WMP41
Zhang, Yu Mei TP457
Zhang, Yuan TP258
Zhang, Yukun 5, 201, WMP23
Zhang, Yunyan TMP117
— 138 —
Zhang, Yusheng CTP25
Zhang, Zheng G WP100
Zhang, Zheng Gang 127, 146, WMP39,
WMP41, WP102
Zhang, Zhenggang 68, TMP60
Zhao, Bin
WP108
Zhao, Hailu 21, TMP22
Zhao, Hong WP416
Zhao, Li-Ru WP109
Zhao, Li-Yan WP255
Zhao, Peiyan TP258
Zhao, Songji TP99
Zhao, Wenbo 17
Zhao, Wenle CTP30
Zhao, Xin 114, 165
Zhao, Xingquan LBP2, WP156, WP319,
WP347, WP366,
TP305, TP330
Zhao, Xue-Jun
TP278
Zhao, Yize 105
Zhao, Zhenjun WMP120
Zhao, Zhenwei 19
Zheng, Danni WMP91
Zheng, Handong TP108
Zheng, Hui WP336, TP337
Zheng, Ping 147
Zheng, Yi TP265
Zhong, Wenliang TP265
Zhou, Hai-Long WP130, TP125
Zhou, Iris Y WMP24
Zhou, Limei WP324, TP176
Zhou, Lixin WMP114, WP183
Zhu, Fengshui 19
Zhu, Tianqing
145
Zhu, Wan 54, WP111
Zhu, Yi-Cheng WP183
Zhu, Yicheng WMP114
Zhu, Zhaohui WMP114
Ziai, Wendy 215, 216, 217,
WMP86, WMP87, WMP94,
WMP96, WP360,
TP357, TP376
Ziegler, Paul D
TMP40
Ziemann, Ulf
164
Ziemssen, Tjalf WP344
Zieschang, Katja 179
Zillich, Alan J TP152, TP175
Zimmerman, Eli E
WP415
Zimmermann, Lara WP246
Zimmermann, Mary TMP78
Zimmermann, Susan WP401, TMP75
Zingmark, Karin LBP7
Zint, Kristina TP428
Zipfel, Gregory J 16, 20, WP227
Zizi, Ferdinand TMP85, TP188
Zompola, Christina 135, WP28, TMP17,
TMP100
Zong, Lixia WP183
Zorowitz, Richard
107
Zotin, Maria Clara Z TP213
Zou, Dingquan 54, WP111
Zou, Xinying LBP2
Zubak, Justin M
99, TMP38
Zuber, Mathieu 95
Zuccarello, Mario TP365
Zumbansen, Anna
TP148
Zurasky, John F WP363
Zürn, Christine S 164
Zurru, Maria C WP196, TP202,
TP206, TP422
Zweynert, Sarah WP51
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