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Register today and take advantage of reduced registration fees. Registration for WICH 2017 includes entrance to all of our top notch scientific sessions and special events, access to the exhibition area, networking during the lunch and coffee breaks, poster viewing and more. It also provides the opportunity to explore the exciting city of Baltimore.
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Treatments & Medical Management (ICH &SAH)
 
A presentation on novel therapies and the current guidelines for the management of ICH and SAH. The session, led by Dr. Craig Anderson, will feature expert speakers and oral abstract presentations. Dr. Anderson is a Professor of Stroke Medicine and Clinical Neuroscience in the Sydney Medical School and has led several major international stroke studies.
 
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Confirmed Speakers
 
WICH 2017 is honored to offer you the opportunity to hear
firsthand from these and many more leading experts in the field.
Richard Keep

Richard Keep

Professor of Neurosurgery and Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan. In addition, Dr. Keep is the Crosby Kahn Collegiate Professor of Neurosurgery, Director of the Crosby Neurosurgical Laboratories and Associate Chair for Research. His primary interests focus on the blood-brain and blood-CSF barriers and on stroke.

Pablo Celnik

Pablo Celnik

Originally from Argentina, Dr. Celnik is Professor and Interim Director of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at Johns Hopkins Medicine, and the Physiatrist-in-Chief in the Johns Hopkins Hospital. His research is focused on studying the physiological mechanisms underlying motor learning and developing interventions to enhance motor function in humans.

Darin Zahuranec

Darin Zahuranec

Assistant Professor of Neurology in the University of Michigan Medical School. His research includes "Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi (BASIC)", "Prognosis and End-of-Life Decision Making in Intracerebral Hemorrhage", "Determinants of Blood Transfusions after Cardiac Surgery", and "Outcomes Among Surrogate decision makers In Stroke (OASIS)".

 
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