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Resident and Medical Students Present Research at International Stroke Conference

Dr.Kellner Speaking at Stroke Conference

The American Heart Association held their International Stroke Conference earlier this month and a number of people from our department were able to attend. Among them were fifth year neurosurgery resident, Christopher Kellner, MD and medical students Michael McDowell, Eric Sussman, and Rachel Bruce. They presented their research at the conference held in Honolulu this year.

Eric Sussman

Dr. Kellner (pictured above left) gave a talk titled, The Number of Draining Veins Predicts Hemorrhage in Pediatric Arteriovenous Malformations.*

Dr. Kellner was also the primary author for a poster presented by Eric Sussman (pictured at right) titled, Impact of Medical Complications on Outcome Following ICH.**

Michael McDowell

Michael McDowell (pictured at left) gave a poster presentation titled, The Effect of Weekend Admission on Intracerebral Hemorrhage Outcome at High Volume Institutions.***

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Rachel Bruce (pictured at right) also presented research findings in Poster form titled, Can Advanced Imaging Software Improve Prognostication After Intracerebral Hemorrhage.****

*Co-authors include: Michael McDowell, E. Sander Connolly, MDDaniel Sahlein, MDPhillip Meyers, MDSean Lavine, MDRobert Solomon, MD, and Richard C.E. Anderson, MD.
**Co-authors include: Santiago Ortega-Gutierrez, MD, Michael McDowell, Ridhima Guniganti, Eric Sussman, Sam Bruce, Simon Heuts, Rachel Bruce, Jan Claassen, MD, Stephan Mayer, MD, and E. Sander Connolly, MD.
***Co-authors include: Nicholas Shea, Christopher Kellner, Eric Sussman, Emma Meyers, Sam Bruce, Rachel Bruce, Simon Heuts, and E. Sander Connolly, MD.
****Co-authors also include: Sam Bruce, Michael McDowell, Eric Sussman, Simon Heuts, Christopher Kellner, Rachel Bruce, Ridhima Guniganti, Carl Guo, and E. Sander Connolly.

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