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The Neurology Today Conference Reporter aims to keep neurologists up-to-date and fully informed about the most noteworthy news from major professional meetings.  
Whether you are attending the meeting or reading about it remotely, you’ll be able to access daily, concise peer-reviewed reports from major neurology conferences via email blasts that are optimized for web and mobile viewing.
The Neurology Today Conference Reporter highlights only those papers and presentations deemed noteworthy by the Neurology Today editors. All reports are vetted and reviewed by our team of neurologist reviewers, as well. Each report includes commentary from independent experts and appears with additional perspectives in the print edition of Neurology Today.​​

Peer-reviewed by the Neurology Today Editors
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From left to right: Neurology Today Editor-in-Chief Joseph E. Safdieh, MD, FAAN, the inaugural Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Education Scholar and associate professor and vice chairman of neurology for education at Weill Cornell Medicine​; James C. Grotta, MD, FAAN, director of stroke research and the mobile stroke program, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center; and Neurology Today Associate Editor Barney J. Stern, MD, FAAN, vice chair for strategic planning in the department of neurology at Johns Hopkins University.

Hot Off the Press from the 2018 International Stroke Conference

January 30-Implanted Stem Cells Appear to Result in Improved Stroke Outcomes

January 30-With Increased Demand, Who Is Performing Mechanical Thrombectomy?

January 30-Neural Stem Cells Show Promise in Stroke Recovery

January 30-Rivaroxaban Plus Aspirin Found to Reduce Stroke Risk

January 29-Endovascular Therapy Found to Have Benefit 6 to 16 Hours After Stroke

January 29-New Stroke Guidelines Expand Time Window for Thrombectomy and tPA

January 29-Tenecteplase Found Non-Inferior to Alteplase for Large Strokes

January 29-Treating tPA in Mild Strokes Found Not Protective