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ANA Investigates

May 31, 2022

On today's episode, we discuss the term "TIA" and the current debate as it pertains to advances in stroke diagnostics that have led some to propose that we retire the term. Series 3, Episode 7. Featuring:

  • Guest: Clay Johnston, MD, PhD, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Interviewer/Producer: Megan Richie, MD, UCSF


Apr 12, 2022

Burnt out by talking about burnout? Please join us for a podcast with Dr. Amy Arnsten, Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at Yale University, to investigate what goes on in the brain that leads to burnout and how this can direct our efforts to reduce burnout. Series 3, Episode 6. Featuring:

  • Guest: Dr. Amy...


Mar 22, 2022

On today’s show, we’ll focus on the future of biomarkers in Alzheimer’s disease. We know that amyloid beta and tau protein deposit long before patients with Alzheimer’s develop symptoms. If we could use biomarkers to detect this pathology early, and treat patients early, could we prevent the progression to...


Feb 21, 2022

Can coma be “cured”? On this podcast, we talk to Dr. Claude Hemphill and Dr. Romer Geocadin of the Curing Coma Campaign. Series 3, Episode 4 https://www.curingcoma.org/events2/world-coma-day

Featuring:

  • Guests: Romer Geocadin, MD, Johns Hopkins University & Claude Hemphill, MD, University of California San...


Jan 18, 2022

Treatment of stroke has changed dramatically in the past decade, with the advent of perfusion imaging and an expanded time window for mechanical thrombectomy. Thrombectomy is now standard of care for eligible patients. But while data clearly supports the use of thrombectomy for certain patients with anterior...