In the spirit of the Neurocritical Care Program's e-newsletter namesake, we're delighted to introduce a new space to share research: the Dendritic Spike Mini-Symposium. This program will showcase interdisciplinary clinical research collaborations in Neurosciences involving Neurocritical Care.
The first event took place on Tuesday, Jan. 20. Following an introduction by Dr. Holly Hinson, the Neuro ICU Associate Director of Clinical Research, trainees and junior faculty in the departments of Neurological Surgery, Neurology and Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine presented works in progress in subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and more. You can view a recording of the program here. Password: 8GsMRQdj
- Dr. John Holton-Burke (Neuro ICU Fellow): Blood Volume Analysis in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
- Dr. Austin Peters (Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Faculty) and Dr. Jenna Leclerc (Anesthesia resident): Neurophysiology of Ketamine Perioperatively
- Dr. Dominic Siler (Neurological Surgery Resident): PET imaging of soluble epoxide hydrolase in Neurocritical Illness
- Dr. Caitlin Richardson-Royer (Neuro ICU Fellow): Methamphetamine Use and Seizure Incidence after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
- Joe Nugent (MD candidate, mentor: Dr. Ahmed Raslan, Neurological Surgery): The Development of a Multi-modal Monitoring Probe
This event is free and no registration is required. Contact Kate Stout with questions.
Stay tuned for information about our upcoming programs in 2021.