SCAN, the Stroke Collaborative Action Network, will hold a symposium on Thursday June 19th. SCAN was formed in response to the Stanford Neuroscience Institute's call for Big Ideas in Neuroscience, and aims to support interdisciplinary collaborative research that will help stroke survivors. Our program on the 19th will include talks from a stroke survivor and SCAN faculty in the morning. The afternoon will consist of interactive discussions about which proposed projects should be included in our grant proposal to the SNI. At the end of the day, SCAN faculty will give feedback and rate each proposal.
If you are Stanford faculty and would like to join SCAN, please email Marion Buckwalter at email@example.com.
We hope you can join us, Marion Buckwalter MD PhD8-8:50 Continental breakfast in Nexus cafe, there will be tables for discussions 9-12:15 Symposium in Clark Auditorium (NOTE: No food allowed in the auditorium) 9-9:15 Introductory remarks, overview of SCAN - Marion Buckwalter MD PhD 9:15-10 Introduction to Stroke, causes, clinical presentation, and consequences - Greg Albers MD. Director, Stanford Stroke Center 10-10:30 A stroke survivor's perspective of stroke and recovery - David and Janet Wilson, Q&A moderated by Maarten Lansberg MD PhD 10:30-12:15
Short talks by SCAN faculty
Kara Flavin Allison Okamura John Huguenard Calvin Kuo Sarah Heilshorn Greg Zaharchuk Jorina Elbers Jennifer McNab Mike Moseley Jin Lee Tonya Bliss (Steinberg Group) Brice Gaudilliere (Angst Group) Mark Cutosky Aaron Gitler Ada Poon Mehrdad Shamloo Joyce Liao Amit Etkin12:30-1:25 Lunch on LKSC lawn, between the Clark Center and LKSC 1:30-2:00 Presentations of proposed projects to the whole group, Clark Auditorium 2:15-4 Small group discussions of the projects in CCSR rooms, all are welcome 4-5 SCAN faculty only, Clark Auditorium, re-presentation of projects after discussion, and scoring of proposals