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Project Leaders

Richard Chan
Université de Western Ontario

Theme 1

CSN Project
Promoting Adherence to Regimen of Risk Factor Modification by Trained Non-Medical Personnel (Volunteers) Evaluated again Regular Practice Study (PARTNERS)

David Gladstone
University of Toronto

Theme 1

CSN Project
30-Day Cardiac Event Monitor Belt for Recording Atrial Fibrillation After a Cerebral Ischemic Event (EMRACE): A Randomized Controlled Trial

Moira Kapral
University of Toronto

Theme 2

CSN Project
Registry of the Canadian Stroke Network, Phase 4

James Kennedy
University of Oxford, U.K.

Theme 2

CSN Project
The Fast Assessment of Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack to prevent Early Recurrence (FASTER) II Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Nicol Korner-Bitensky
McGill University

Theme 4

CSN Project
A Novel Strategy for Sustaining StrokEngine and StrokEngine-Assess

John MacDonald
University of Toronto

Theme 3

CSN Project
Targeting Cell Death

Brian MacVicar
University of British Columbia

Theme 3

CSN Project
Targeting Cell Death

Nancy Mayo
McGill University

Theme 4

CSN Project
Getting on with the Rest of Your Life After Stroke: A Cross-Canada Program Aimed at Enhanced Life Participation, Prevention of Deterioration and Optimization of Health Care Utilization

Martin O’Donnell
McMaster University

Theme 1

CSN Project
CSN Project: INTERSTROKE (Canada): Importance of Conventional and Emerging Risk Factors for Stroke in Difference Regions of the World and in Different Ethnic Groups

David Park
University of Ottawa

Theme 3

CSN Project
Targeting Cell Death

Annie Rochette
Universite de Montreal

Theme 4

CSN Project
The YOU CALL-WE CALL TRIAL: Impact of a multimodal support intervention after a “mild” stroke

Frank Silver
University of Toronto

Theme 2

CSN Project
Registry of the Canadian Stroke Network, Phase 4

Robert Teasell
University of Western Ontario

Theme 4

CSN Project
Stroke Rehabilitation Evidence-Based Review: Transforming the Stroke Rehabilitation System in Canada

Michael Tymianski
University of Toronto

Theme 3

CSN Project
Development of pre-clinical stroke models

Salim Yusuf
McMaster University

Theme 1

CSN Project
INTERSTROKE (Canada): Importance of Conventional and Emerging Risk Factors for Stroke in Difference Regions of the World and in Different Ethnic Groups

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