Congratulations to Dr. Erika Marulanda-Londono, winner of the Bernard J. Tyson Career Development Award!

We are very proud of our colleague, Dr. Erika Marulanda-Londoño, for winning the Bernard J. Tyson Career Development Award at the International Stroke Conference 2020, held February 19–21 in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Marulanda-Londoño has truly made a difference in the landscape of stroke care in Florida through her work on hospital certification standards. During the conference, she gave a lecture on differences in ischemic stroke metrics by hospital stroke certification status, using data gathered through the Florida Stroke Registry initiative. 

Congratulations, Dr. Marulanda-Londoño!

*CANCELLED* April 20-24, 2020: AHA Southeast Heart & Stroke Quality Summit

*Update, Mar. 17, 2020* Due to circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 epidemic, this meeting has been cancelled. If/when additional information is available, we will share it on the website and with the list serv. Thank you.

Save the Date for the 2020 American Heart Association Southeast Heart & Stroke Quality Summit to be held in Raleigh, NC on April 20-24, 2020!

Learn more and register here

*DATE CHANGE* 6th Annual Innovations in Cerebrovascular Science Conference

*Update as of March 17, 2020* The date for this event has been changed from April 2–4 to August 13–15, 2020, at the location noted below.

 

The Symposium will be held at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Learn more and register here!

Study shows elevated stroke risk among black and latino/latina adults

Dr. Hannah Gardener, one of our team members at the University of Miami Department of Neurology, is presenting her analysis of Florida Stroke Registry data at the International Stroke Conference this week. Her research found that elderly Black and Hispanic adults are at greater risk of ischemic stroke compared to white older adults, pointing to the persistence of stroke-related health disparities. 

To read the full article, click here

Registration is open for the 8th Annual Florida Stroke Registry Stakeholder Meeting!

Saturday, Jan. 18th: Stroke Intensive Seminar

We hope to see you at the day-long Stroke Intensive Seminar beginning Saturday, January 18th at 8am. Featuring presentations from renowned neurology experts (including the Florida Stroke Registry’s very own Dr. Ralph Sacco), this seminar will review important new findings on stroke prevention and treatment.

On-site registration is available, please visit the Neurology Update conference website for more information.