Saturday March 9

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Neurologic Biomarkers in Intensive Care

07:30-08:00 Registration and Breakfast
08:00-08:05 Introduction of keynote speaker by Jan Claassen
08:05-08:35 Keynote 2: Defining endophenotypes in traumatic brain injury
Ramon Diaz Arrastia, University of Pennsylvania 

Session 5 - Biomarkers for Detection and Diagnosis
Session Chair: Robert D. Stevens

08:35-09:05 Significance of ictal-interictal-injury continuum abnormalities in critically ill patients
M. Brandon Westover, MGH/Harvard
09:05-09:35 Advanced imaging in acute ischemic stroke
Richard Leigh, NIH/NINDS
09:35-10:05 Next generation sequencing in meningoencephalitis
Carlos Pardo, Johns Hopkins University
10:05-10:25 Break

Session 6 - Biomarkers for Treatment Selection
Session Chair: Chethan Rao

10:25-10:55 Selection of ischemic stroke patients for reperfusion therapy
Tudor Jovin, Cooper University Hospital Camden
10:55-11:25 Multimodality monitoring (BOOST trial)
Lori Shutter, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 
11:25-11:55 Individualized blood pressure management in TBI (COGITATE trial)
Ari Ercole, University of Cambridge
12:25-13:25 Lunch

Session 7 - Biomarkers of Neurological Crisis
Session Chair: Jose Suarez

13:25-13:55 Critical transitions and applications in critical neurological disorders
Christian Meisel , Harvard University
13:55-14:25 Predicting delirium with neurophysiology and neuroimaging
Arjen Slooter, UMC Utrecht
14:25-14:55 Delayed cerebral ischemia in aneurysmal SAH
Sherry Chou, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
14:55-15:25 Neurologic worsening in intracerebral hemorrhage
Wendy Ziai, Johns Hopkins University
15:25-15:45 Break

Session 8 - Biomarkers for Recovery Prediction
Session Chair: Christos Lazaridis

15:45-16:15 Neural plasticity and recovery after brain trauma
Neil Harris, UCLA
16:15-16:45 Cognitive and functional recovery after hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
Robert D. Stevens, Johns Hopkins University
16:45-17:15 Hidden command following in unresponsive patients and prediction of recovery
Jan Claassen, Columbia University
   Closing Remarks

 

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March 8th-9th, 2019 Washington DC

Hilton Garden Inn Reagan National Airport

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