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Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute Webinar Series
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The SKSI Webinar Series aims to bring clinicians insight from our stroke care experts, from treatment of acute stroke to rehabilitation. Free webinars are posted monthly for you to watch at your convenience, followed by a live Q&A with the expert.

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Highlights from the Restore Newsletter

Innovations in Stroke Care and Rehabilitation

From the moment a stroke occurs, neuroplasticity is heightened, readying the brain for repair. However, says new faculty member Preeti Raghavan, traditional stroke care often doesn’t capitalize on this critical period. The care delivered at the new Sheikh Khalifa Stroke Institute is markedly different from that conventionally delivered to stroke patients, explains Johns Hopkins physiatrist April Pruski. The information exchange between neurologists and physiatrists, through rounding together and daily meetings, can change the course of care.

Read more in Restore - Winter 2020 | Explore past Issues

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Renewing Our Vows | The Eves' Story

After suffering an aortic dissection, Wendell Eve was rushed from his home in Bermuda to The Johns Hopkins Hospital for surgery. The inpatient stay overlapped with plans for Wendell and his wife, Rose, to renew their wedding vows. Determined to help the couple, Wendell's rehabilitation physicians, nurses and therapists teamed up with customer service to make it happen in Baltimore.

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Firas practicing piano chord-like task as a training strategy for improving hand dexterity and functions in chronic stroke.

Firas Mawase Receives the Alfred Blalock Research Award

Post-doctoral fellow Firas Mawase was honored as part of the 2018 Young Investigators Day. Firas and his team at the Human Brain Physiology and Stimulation Lab have developed a novel motor skill training protocol and showed that individualized and intense motor skill training improves finger dexterity and basic hand functions, and reduces abnormal finger flexion synergy in people with chronic stroke. 

"I found that Johns Hopkins is unique because it is home to experts in clinical practice and research, and it integrates clinical practice and research, making it an ideal location to tackle challenging clinical problems with cutting-edge approaches," says Firas.

Learn more about Firas' research at Johns Hopkins.

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