TAST 2011 Satellite Workshop

TAST 2011 Satellite Workshop

Thursday, December 1, 2011

The New York Academy of Sciences

 

Preceding the Academy's conference Thrombolysis and Acute Stroke Treatment (TAST) in 2011: Preparing for the Next Decade, this satellite workshop will provide a combined tutorial on advanced neuroimaging (multimodal MRI, advanced CT, assessment of collaterals, penumbra, etc.) and ultrasound techniques. Physicians, ultrasound and imaging experts, technicians in ultrasound and imaging techniques, and other interested health care providers will explore the state-of-the-art imaging and ultrasound approaches to hyperacute stroke diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.

Two 45-minute introductory tutorial lectures on CT/MRI and ultrasound/catheter angiography (including short demos), respectively, will be followed by an extended hands-on session where a few exhibitors will offer interactive demonstrations on ultrasound techniques. The workshop will close with an interactive, case-based session focusing on practical problem solving of several case studies relevant to neuroimaging and ultrasound approaches to hyperacute stroke diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring.

Register from this page if you are interested in attending this workshop only. Participants interested in attending the entire Thrombolysis and Acute Stroke Treatment (TAST) 2011 conference (December 1–3, 2011) should register at www.nyas.org/tast2011, where they will be given the option to RSVP for this satellite workshop at no extra cost upon checkout.


 

Registration Pricing

Member:$100
Student / Postdoc / Fellow Member:$50
Nonmember:$100
Student / Postdoc / Fellow Nonmember:$50

 

Agenda

* Presentation times are subject to change.


December 1, 2011

12:30 PM

Registration

Tutorial Session

1:00 PM

Advanced Multimodal CT/MRI Approaches to Hyperacute Stroke Diagnosis, Treatment and Monitoring
David S. Liebeskind, MD, University of California at Los Angeles

1:45 pm

Multimodal Neuroimaging: Ultrasound and Catheter Angiography (including a 10-minute demo)
Andrei V. Alexandrov, MD, University of Alabama Hospital, Birmingham

Hands-on Demonstrations

2:30 PM

Ultrasound examination and monitoring demonstrations provided by:
 
•  CareFusion
•  Multigon Industries, Inc.
•  Others to be announced

Case / Interactive Problem-solving Session

3:30 PM

5 cases studies; will use Audience Response System

5:00 PM

Satellite Workshop Concludes

Speakers

Andrei V. Alexandrov, MD

University of Alabama at Birmingham

David S. Liebeskind, MD

UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles

Sponsors

For exhibiting opportunities, please contact Marta Murcia at mmurcia@nyas.org or 212.298.8641.

Exhibitors

CareFusion

Multigon Industries, Inc.

Travel & Lodging

Our Location

The New York Academy of Sciences

7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich Street, 40th floor
New York, NY 10007-2157
212.298.8600

Directions to the Academy

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