Feb. 4

  • Don’t miss the Science & Technology HallThe learning opportunities at ISC 2015 extend beyond education sessions to The Science & Technology Exhibit Hall, which features innovative equipment, supplies and services. The hall will be open for 12 hours during the conference — from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 11 and 12 — with representatives from more than 100 companies at your service. Nowhere else will you be able to experience all of these professional offerings in one place, at one time. READ MORE
  • Young professionals to experience exceptional programmingStudents and early career professionals will find an abundance of valuable education and information related to the future of stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation at ISC 2015. During the 2½-day conference, you will have the opportunity to network face-to-face with more than 4,000 cerebrovascular experts while choosing from more than 1,500 compelling invited and abstract presentations. READ MORE
  • Pre-Conference examines trends in stroke clinical trial designsClinical trial design is changing in stroke. New areas of clinical research include adaptive trial design, new outcome measures, imaging and serum biomarkers. Students, trainees and early career professionals are poised to take active roles in this changing landscape of stroke clinical research. Expert faculty will discuss new ways to test therapies and principles in stroke during the Tuesday, Feb. 10, “ISC Pre-Conference Symposium II: (for Students/Trainee/Early Career): Emerging Trends for Stroke Trials: Biomarkers, Adaptive Trial Design, Repair Trials and New Endpoints.” READ MORE
  • Pre-Conference Symposium I addresses challenges across continuum of stroke care“ISC Pre-Conference Symposium I: Stroke in the Real World — Working Man Blues: Challenges in Inpatient Stroke Care,” Tuesday, Feb. 10, will take attendees through the often under-addressed area of what happens to a stroke patient across the continuum of care — from the emergency department, to the inpatient units to a rehab facility — and how physicians can optimize patient outcomes. READ MORE

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