NIH StrokeNet

The NIH StrokeNet works to advance acute stroke treatment, stroke prevention, and recovery and rehabilitation following a stroke, including pediatric stroke. This network also provides an educational platform for stroke physicians, clinical trial coordinators and stroke researchers.

The national network includes the National Coordinating Center (NCC), the National Data Management Center (NDMC) and 29 Clinical Sites.

Hospitals within Mount Sinai Health System’s Department of Neurology partnered with the departments of Neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore and NYU School of Medicine to form the New York City Collaborative Regional Coordinating Center (NYCC-RCC), one of the StrokeNet regional coordinating centers.

StrokeNet at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai comprises part of the NYCC-RCC research team.  The team works with the extended stroke community, proposes and conducts stroke protocols to be administered within the network and trains the next generation of clinical researchers in stroke.

StrokeNet Principal Investigator

Stanley Tuhrim, MD

StrokeNet Coordinator

Yaneysy Panate

StrokeNet Co-Investigators

Irene Boniece, MD

Carolyn Brockington, MD

Mandip Dhamoon, MD, DrPH

Michael Fara, MD, PhD

Peter Faries, MD

Johanna Fifi, MD

Ramesh Gowda, MD

Qing Sunny Hao, MD, PhD

Deborah Horowitz, MD, MS

Benjamin Kummer, MD

John Liang, MD

J Mocco, MD, MS

Steven Rudolph, MD

Maryna Skliut, MD

Laura Stein, MD

Jesse Weinberger, MD

James Wilentz, MD

StrokeNet Studies Active at Mount Sinai

Our current active StrokeNet studies at Mount Sinai are:

  • SATURN: StATins Use in intRacerebral hemorrhage patients
    Mount Sinai West – PI: John Liang, MD
    Mount Sinai Hospital – PI: John Liang MD