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Canadian Stroke Network

The Hnatyshyn was established in 2003 in memory of former Governor General Ramon J. Hnatyshyn, a founding board member of the Canadian Stroke Network, who died in 2002.  Mr. Hnatyshyn was  strong advocate and supporter of stroke research.

The Hnatyshyn Lecture is the Canadian Stroke Network’s most prestigious annual lecture. It is delivered by a leading stroke expert on a topic of interest to the stroke community.

Past winners

2013 Hnatyshyn Lecture

Changing the World of Stroke Research and Care: What the CSN Accomplished and What Remains to be Done

Dr. Antoine Hakim, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013

Montréal, Québec

2012 Hnatyshyn Lecture

From molecular mechanisms to multi-center clinical trials: Translation of a PSD95 inhibitor for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke

Dr. Michael Tymianski, Toronto Western Research Institute

Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012

Calgary, Alberta

2011 Hnatyshyn Lecture

It takes two to tangle: unraveling interactions between Alzheimer’s and Covert Stroke

Dr. Sandra Black, Sunnybrook Research Institute

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011

Ottawa, Ontario

2010 Hnatyshyn Lecture

Adult Neural Stem Cells and Functional Recovery After Stroke

Dr. Samuel Weiss, Director, Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary

Monday, June 7, 2010

Québec City

2009 Hnatyshyn Lecture

2008 Hnatyshyn Lecture

2007 Hnatyshyn Lecture

2006 Hnatyshyn Lecture

Lost in Translation: Bridging the Gap Between Basic Neuroscience and Clinical Stroke

Dr. Dale Corbett, Memorial University

May 20 , 2006

St. John’s, Newfoundland

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2005 Hnatyshyn Lecture

Preventing Stroke and Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Vladimir Hachinski, University of Western Ontario

December 17, 2005

Ottawa, Ontario

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