Prof. Graeme Hankey Royal Perth Hospital and University of Western Australia, Australia1 Talk
Graeme J. Hankey is a Consultant Neurologist and Head of the Stroke Unit at Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia, and Clinical Professor, School of Medicine and Pharmacology, The University of Western Australia. He received his undergraduate medical training at the University of Western Australia, and trained in neurology at the... read moreRoyal Perth Hospital, Mayo Clinic and Western General Hospital, UK. Since 1992, he has held a full time hospital appointment as a Consultant Neurologist and tries to integrate clinical practice with clinical research. His main research interests include epidemiological studies and clinical trials of treatment strategies for acute stroke and stroke prevention. He is a member of numerous professional associations and has authored or co-authored nine books and 20 book chapters on stroke and clinical neurology. He is Associate Editor of Stroke, editorial consultant at The Lancet, and member of the editorial boards of numerous other journals. Professor Hankey has contributed more than 330 articles to peer-reviewed medical journals and has given more than 350 invited presentations at international, national and local scientific meetings. He was awarded the Western Australian Premier’s prize for achievement in science in 2006.