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DOWLATSHAHI, Dar »


Stroke Neurologist at the Ottawa Hospital, Clinician-Scientist Chair of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Associate professor
Faculty of Medicine
Medicine

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1) Intracerebral Hemorrhage (ICH). ICH is the most devastating form of stroke, resulting in the highest mortality and disability rates. My group is working towards a definitive treatment for ICH. 2) Neuroimaging & acute stroke. I believe advanced brain imaging can optimize acute stroke therapy, guide therapeutic decision-making, and expand our current treatment windows. 3) Stroke Recovery. We have launched a series of studies evaluating the use of mobile-platform technologies to enhance recovery from stroke while in the acute care hospital.

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HAKIM, Antoine »


Directeur / Director
Neuroscience Research Institute

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Dr. Hakim’s research interests include cerebral vulnerability and protection in stroke and other conditions, and investigating the means of enhancing post-stroke plasticity. Forty years of research into the brain and its functions has given Dr. Hakim much insight into the illness known as dementia. Along with increasing awareness of dementia among the general public is a growing interest in its prevention. Dr. Hakim’s work with stroke patients has led him to explore dementia, a major consequence of stroke, and write about means of reducing it. 

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