Karolinska Stroke Award for Excellence in Stroke Research 2014



Karolinska Stroke Award for Excellence in Stroke Research 2014
Stroke Update 2014
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Karolinska Stroke Award for Excellence in Stroke
Research 2014
Prof. Vladimir Hachinski and Prof. Bo Norrving have received the Award on Monday
17th November 19:30 from Vice Chancellor Anders Hamsten, Karolinska Institutet. The
president of the ESO (European Stroke Organisation), professor Kennedy Lees, will
participate in the Award ceremony.
Both Awardees have an extensive scientific production and both are past Presidents
of the Word Stroke Organization.
Among professor Hachinski most important discoveries are the key role of the insula
of the brain for sudden death and, together with other researchers, the ischaemiaamyloid – inflammation link between Alzheimer disease and stroke, paving the way for
novel therapeutic approaches.
Professor Norrving was corresponding author of the Swedish Aspirin Low Dose Trial
(SALT), a landmark publication in the Lancet in 1991, later included in Vintage Papers
from Lancet of the most important papers from 1823 to 2005. His main research
activities have been focused on stroke epidemiology, stroke syndromes, small vessel
disease, ultrasound, neuroimaging, clinical genetics, clinical trials and organisation of
stroke services.
Professor Nils Wahlgren, Chairman of the Award Committee, announces:
“The Karolinska Stroke Award for Excellence in Stroke Research for 2014, 100 thousand
Swedish Kronor, which is shared between the Awardees, goes to professor Vladimir
Hachinski, London Ontario, and professor Bo Norrving, Lund, for their leading role in
clinical stroke research, in particular the understanding of stroke syndromes,
pathophysiological mechanisms of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases, and the
organisation of stroke services.”
Stroke guidelines - how to make them reliable and practical
IN SWEDISH - Omvårdnadsprogram
Stroke Update 2014
Sinus venous thrombosis - updated guideline
Atrial fibrillation and oral anticoagulants - old and new
Screening for atrial fibrillation
Space-occupying hemispheric infarction - updated guideline
Intravenous thrombolysis, what's new: Updated metaanalysis of
all trials, Thrombolysis under anticoagulation, Shortering door
to needle time
Temperature management in acute ischaemic stroke - updated
Mechanical thrombectomy, an update of trials and technical
Prehospital Management in acute stroke - updated guideline
Speakers and Chairpersons
The following speakers and chairpersons have accepted to
(the list is not yet complete):
Natan Bornstein, Israel; Marie-Germaine Bousser, France;
Michael Brainin, Austria; Valeria Caso, Italy; Christophe
Cognard, France; Jacques De Keyser, Belgium; Martin Dichgans,
Germany; José Ferro, Portugal; Werner Hacke, Germany; Eric
Jüttler, Germany; Vladimir Hachinski, Canada; Kennedy Lees,
UK; Didier Leys, France; Michael Mazya, Sweden; Patrik Michel,
Switzerland; Robert Mikulik, Czech Republik; Bo Norrving,
Sweden; George Ntaios, Greece; Mårten Rosenqvist,
Sweden; David Russell, Norway; Thorsten Steiner,
Germany; Danilo Toni, Italy; Nils Wahlgren, Sweden; Bart van
det Worp, the Netherlands.
Session Secretaries:
Niaz Ahmed, Olivier Bill, Charith Cooray, Erik Lundström, Michael
Mazya, Tiago Moreira, Christina Sjöstrand, Anna Steinberg,
Magnus Thorén, all from the Karolinska stroke team.
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Moderator: Jörgen Medin, Danderyds sjukhus
Rådande riktlinjer i Sverige
0/os kit
Jeanette Telford, Södersjukhuset
Utbildning dysfagi-sjuksköterska
Pernilla Sjöstrand, Danderyds sjukhus
Dehydration in hospital admitted strokepatients
Anne Rowat, Skottland
Moderator: Erik Lundström, Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset
Brain (Bra in larm)
Rebecca Undén Göransson, Danderyds sjukhus
Magnus Esbjörnsson, Hässleholms sjukhus
Doseringsplanch för Actilyse
Helena Kumpulainen, Danderydssjukhus, Linda Avander
Boehringer Ingelheim
Unga och stroke
Stroke mitt i livet - hur ser prognosen ut på lång sikt?
Katarina Jood, Göteborgs Universitet
Långtidseffekter av stroke hos personer mitt i livet
Susanne Palmkrantz, sjukgymnast, Karolinska Institutet
Best practice
Falu strokeenhet
Sandra Persson, Falu Lasarett
Riksstroke rapport
Åsa B Johansson, Sari Wallin, Umeå
Scottish stroke Nurses Forum (SSNF)
Välfungerande nätverk för strokesjuksköterskor i Skottland
Campbell Chalmers, Skottland
Hjärntrötthet efter stroke
Diagnostisering och behandling
Birgitta Johansson
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Social programme and conference dinner
Stroke Update 2014
We are delighted to invite all participants to take part of the ESO-Karolinska
Stroke Update 2014’s conference dinner.
The dinner will be held at Clarion Sign on Monday November 17th and will
start with a welcome cocktail at 19.00 outside the assembly hall followed by
a three-course dinner, starting 19.30. The evening will also offer some
music entertainment.
Dress Code: Smart casual
You will be asked to confirm your attendance when you collect your badge at the registration desk.
Venue and location: Clarion sign hotel
Stockholm's largest hotel is located in the heart of Stockholm city adjacent to the Central Station and Arlanda Express as well as
near all the best of Stockholm’s favourite spots.
You can read more about the hotel on the website http://www.clarionsign.com
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