The Cerebrovascular Research Group has several active research projects, both on primary and secondary prevention as well as pre-hospital and in-hospital treatment of acute stroke. The group has broad interest in atherosclerosis, inflammation and acute stroke, including multi-modal imaging methods (MRI, PET, ultrasound). The group research aims to reduce incidence of stroke (biomarkers), reduce stroke severity (neuroprotection) and improve patient outcome (cognition and vascular dementia). The research includes both clinical and translational studies.
Cerebral venous thrombosis in traumatic brain injury: a cause of secondary insults and added mortality
J Neurosurg, 1-9 (in press)
Pulse Pressure Variability is Associated with Unfavorable Outcomes in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients Treated with Intravenous Thrombolysis
Eur J Neurol (in press)
Utility-Weighted Modified Rankin Scale Scores for the Assessment of Stroke Outcome: Pooled Analysis of 20 000+ Patients
Stroke, 51 (8), 2411-2417