Establishing pediatric stroke trials

December 02, 2004

You are cordially invited to "Towards the Establishment of Pediatric Stroke Trials" Conference sponsored by Maimonides Infants and Children's Hospital, the International Pediatric Stroke Study (IPSS), and the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke (NINDS). The research conference aims to develop clinical studies to do research in newborn and childhood stroke.

The International Faculty will speak on: Faculty:
Hosted by Steven Pavlakis, MD, Director of Pediatric Neurology, Maimonides Medical Center. Members of the International Child Stroke Study Group; Toronto Sick Childrens Hospital; University of California San Francisco; Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia; Great Ormand Street London

Clinical investigators, fellows, rehabilitation experts and funding agencies interested in collaborating or initiating clinical trials in newborns and children in regard to cerebrovascular disease.

When: Friday, December 10, Saturday, December 11 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Where: Harrison Center, Glen Cove, NY
Maimonides Medical Center, a 705-bed facility serving the Greater New York metropolitan area, is the third largest independent teaching hospital in the United States. Its Infants and Children's Hospital is the only one in Brooklyn. Recognized as one of the Top 100 Heart Hospitals in the nation, it offers sophisticated medical and surgical care provided by world-renowned physicians, skilled nurses and dedicated support staff. Known nationally for its technological achievements, Maimonides is the only hospital in New York City to receive both the American Hospital Association's prestigious "Most Wired" and "Most Wireless" designations.

Maimonides Medical Center

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