26th Annual Vanderbilt Neurology Stroke and Neuroscience Symposium

The 26th Annual Vanderbilt Neurology Stroke and Neuroscience Symposium features a superb lineup of local and internationally recognized leaders in stroke care.

Stroke care is evolving rapidly and it is essential that changes in guidelines and in the standard of practice are efficiently communicated. Our panel of speakers will provide updates on a broad range of topics related to acute stroke care, risk factor management and prevention strategies and rehabilitation, emphasizing new guidelines, clinical trial results and identifying areas of expected growth in the field in the coming years.

Learning Objectives

  • next icon Optimize preventive strategies for patients with risk factors for stroke, and prior stroke or TIA.
  • next icon Master advances in acute management of stroke, both intravenous tPA and intra-arterial procedures.
  • next icon Review diagnostic modalities, emphasizing new developments.
  • next icon Refine understanding of stroke rehabilitation, emphasizing aphasia and dysphagia.
  • next icon Discuss quality improvement and systems of care, particularly regarding disparities in care for vulnerable and underserved populations.
  • next icon Review new clinical trial results and guidelines intracerebral hemorrhage care.

Date and time

Thursday, April 4, 2024
7:45am–5pm CDT


Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt
1715 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203

Virtual access will be available via Microsoft Teams.

Reserve a Spot


Email tiffany.a.duraney@vumc.org

Planning Team