The overall goal of our training program is to train and mentor clinician scientists from the disciplines ofneurology and emergency medicine who will become collaborative leaders in the investigation of the causesand treatment of cerebrovascular disease.
Specific aims i nclude:1. Training one Neurology or Emergency Medicine stroke fellow or junior faculty per year whose focus isdevelopment as an academic stroke clinician/researcher. This training includes extensive hands-onexperience in clinical research and clinical trials, supplementary course work in clinical research methodsand lectures in Cerebrovascular disease, and unique training in the evaluation and treatment of patients withacute stroke.2. Involvement all stroke fellows at University of Cincinnati in SPOTRIAS activities, including collaborativeresearch and educational experiences at other SPOTRIAS centers.
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