Exploring Frontiers in Neurovascular Health - A CDN. CCSVI

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Exploring Frontiers in Neurovascular Health - A CDN. CCSVI

Postby PointsNorth » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:28 am

As promised, we are reaching out to you to provide you with the latest details of our second annual National CCSVI conference entitled Exploring Frontiers in Neurovascular Health. Our conference will be held in Okotoks, Alberta (near Calgary) on Sunday September 30, 2012 from 9 AM to 5 PM.

We have an exciting list of speakers at the conference, including our keynote speaker Dr. Kenneth Mandato - the Albany NY Interventional Radiologist highly involved in the Saskatchewan CCSVI study. Here is the entire list of international CCSVI experts:

Speaker



Location



Focus






Dr. Kenneth Mandato, MD


Albany, New York


The Saskatchewan CCSVI study

Dr. Raj Attariwalla, PhD


Vancouver, British Columbia


Measuring brain blood flow

David T. Utriainen, BSc.


MRI Institute, Detroit, Michigan


Blood flow issues in neurological disorders

Vera Stejskal, PhD


University of Stockholm


Metal allergies and stents

Dr. Vivek Prabhakaran, PhD


University of Wisconsin


Blood flow and Alzheimer’s disease

Dr. Bill Code, MD


Duncan, British Columbia


New frontiers in neurovascular health

Kirsty Duncan, PhD, MP


Ottawa, Ontario


National strategy on CCSVI

Helen Nichol, PhD


University of Saskatchewan


Metals in neurological disorders

Bernhard Juurlink, PhD


University of Saskatchewan &

Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia


Blood flow and neurological health

Dr. Gordon Hasick, DC


Calgary, Alberta


The influence of the upper cervical spine on intracranial pressure changes and vascular flow

Dr. Tammarie Heit, DDS


Edmonton, Alberta


The role of dental physiology in neurological function

Dr. Tom Gilhooly, MBChB


Glasgow, Scotland


UK clinical trial on CCSVI

Dr. Diana Driscoll, OD


Dallas, Texas


The retina: A window to the brain

Dr. William Nordquist, DMD, MS


San Diego, California

Landon Schmidt
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Re: Exploring Frontiers in Neurovascular Health - A CDN. CCS

Postby Cece » Sun Aug 05, 2012 10:58 am

formatting fix
A great line-up.

Dr. Kenneth Mandato, MD, Albany, New York, The Saskatchewan CCSVI study

Dr. Raj Attariwalla, PhD, Vancouver, British Columbia, Measuring brain blood flow

David T. Utriainen, BSc., MRI Institute, Detroit, Michigan, Blood flow issues in neurological disorders

Vera Stejskal, PhD, University of Stockholm, Metal allergies and stents

Dr. Vivek Prabhakaran, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Blood flow and Alzheimer’s disease

Dr. Bill Code, MD, Duncan, British Columbia, New frontiers in neurovascular health

Kirsty Duncan, PhD, MP, Ottawa, Ontario, National strategy on CCSVI

Helen Nichol, PhD, University of Saskatchewan, Metals in neurological disorders

Bernhard Juurlink, PhD, University of Saskatchewan & Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia, Blood flow and neurological health

Dr. Gordon Hasick, DC, Calgary, Alberta, The influence of the upper cervical spine on intracranial pressure changes and vascular flow

Dr. Tammarie Heit, DDS, Edmonton, Alberta, The role of dental physiology in neurological function

Dr. Tom Gilhooly, MBChB, Glasgow, Scotland, UK clinical trial on CCSVI

Dr. Diana Driscoll, OD, Dallas, Texas, The retina: A window to the brain

Dr. William Nordquist, DMD, MS, San Diego, California, The role of oral spirochetes in systemic disease
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