The NIH has created the NIH StrokeNet to conduct small and large clinical trials and research studies to advance acute stroke treatment, stroke prevention, and recovery and rehabilitation following a stroke. This network of 25 regional centers across the U.S., which involves more than 200 hospitals, is designed to serve as the infrastructure and pipeline for exciting new potential treatments for patients with stroke and those at risk for stroke. In addition, NIH StrokeNet will provide an educational platform for stroke physicians and clinical trial coordinators.
In September 2013, the National Institutes of Health funded the stroke trials network, NIH StrokeNet. The StrokeNet infrastructure consists of 25 regional coordinating centers across the US, a national coordinating center at the University of Cincinnati, and a national data management center (Medical University of South Carolina). The primary goal of this network is to maximize efficiencies to develop, promote and conduct high-quality, multi-site clinical trials focused on key interventions in stroke prevention, treatment and recovery.
Registration is now open for the AHN Neuroscience Institute Annual Stroke Symposium.
Stroke can steal your abilities, freedom, your life, unless you know how to strike back. Within
minutes, brain cells begin to die and time is of the essence. Remembering Balance Eyes
Face Arms Speech Time at start of stroke symptom onset is an integral part of BE-FAST.
Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and resulsts in significant
disabiblity and healthcare expenditures. Allegheny General Hospital is the region's first
Comprehensive Stroke Center. Our goal is to identify, educate, and treat stroke patients
with the highest level of care.
This symposium will provide health care professionals current, evidence-based practice
knowledge across the continuum of stroke care. The course reviews all major topics of the
examination and provides information regarding the latest guidelines and protocols for
managing stroke patients.
May 24, 2018 -
In-home rehabilitation, using a telehealth system and supervised by licensed occupational/physical therapists, is an effective means of improving arm motor status in stroke survivors, according to findings presented by University of California, Irvine neurologist Steven C. Cramer, MD, at the recent 2018 European Stroke Organisation Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Advances in brain imaging can identify a greater number of stroke patients who can receive therapy later than previously believed, according to a new study co-led by researchers in NIH StrokeNet. The results of the "Endovascular Therapy Following Imaging Evaluation for the Ischemic Stroke (DEFUSE 3)” trial, presented at the International Stroke Conference 2018 in Los Angeles and published on Jan. 24 in the New England Journal of Medicine, demonstrated that physically removing brain clots up to 16 hours after symptom onset in selected patients led to improved outcomes compared to standard medical therapy. Click Full Story to see the published article:
Over 1000 abstracts will be selected and around 600 will be presented orally at WSC 2018! Take advantage of this outstanding opportunity and present your latest research to leading experts in the stroke community.
Abstract Submission Deadline: Monday, March 12, 2018
The World Stroke Organization (WSO) is theWSO LOGO full.jpg world’s
leading organization in the fight against stroke. It was established in October 2006 through the merger of the International Stroke Society and the World Stroke Federation with the purpose of constituting one world voice for stroke. Today, WSO has more than 2,600 individual members and over 60 society members from 85 different countries.
NIH StrokeNet Clinical Trials and Biomarker Studies for Stroke Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention (U01)
This FOA encourages applications for multi-site exploratory and confirmatory clinical trials focused on promising interventions, as well as biomarker-or outcome measure validation studies that are immediately preparatory to trials in stroke prevention, treatment, and recovery. Successful applicants will collaborate and conduct the trial within the NIH StrokeNet. Following peer review, NINDS will prioritize trials among the highest scoring to be conducted in the NIH StrokeNet infrastructure.
NIH StrokeNet Small Business Innovation Clinical Trials and Biomarker Studies for Stroke Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention (U44)
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant applications from small business concerns (SBCs) that propose exploratory and confirmatory clinical trials focused on promising interventions, as well as biomarker-or outcome measure validation studies that are immediately preparatory to trials in stroke prevention, treatment, and recovery. The program will utilize the cooperative agreement mechanism to enable milestone-drive projects.
NIH StrokeNet Clinical Trials and Biomarker Studies for Stroke
Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention Infrastructure Resource
This FOA encourages requests for access to research resources for multi-site exploratory and confirmatory clinical trials focused on promising interventions, as well as biomarker-or outcome measure validation studies that are immediately preparatory to trials in stroke prevention, treatment, and recovery. Successful applicants will be given access to the NIH StrokeNet infrastructure.
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NIH StrokeNet Education “Pathophysiological Links between Migraine and Stroke”; Presented by Cenk Ayata, MD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital NIH StrokeNet Education “Pathophysiological Links between Migraine and Stroke”; Presented by Cenk Ayata, MD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General HospitalNIH StrokeNet Education “Pathophysiological Links between Migraine and Stroke.
Treatments for acute stroke include IV t-PA, stroke centers, stroke units, endovascular thrombectomy devices for selected patients, nimodipine for subarachnoid hemorrhage, and aneurysm coiling and clipping for ruptured aneurysms. Intracerebral hemorrhage has proven to be the most challenging for effective treatments; however recent research has shown promise
Despite the advances made in acute stroke care, stroke remains the leading cause of adult disability in Americans. World-wide there is an estimated 50 million stroke survivors coping with significant physical, cognitive and emotional deficits. The field of stroke recovery and restorative neuroscience is still young and provides a rich environment for innovative trials.