Stanford Stroke Center News and Events

Electrically stimulated stem cells aid stroke recovery in rodents, Stanford researchers find

Opening stroke’s window

How Tri-Valley hospital helps patients survive stroke

Fewer stroke patients are coming to hospitals because of the coronavirus pandemic

Study aims to learn more about silent infarction, cognitive decline linked to silent stroke

Stanford Stroke Center beats national stroke treatment times

Vascular Dementia Treatment: How Lifestyle Changes Are Key to Prevention

Researchers building glove to treat symptoms of stroke

Stanford Young Stroke Program

Time: The huge game changer for treatment of stroke, a podcast

After 4 Strokes, Rare Disease and Brain Surgery, Woman Helps Others

Like Luke Perry, John Singleton’s crisis shows that strokes happen ‘at any age’

Stanford, Georgia Tech researchers build a glove to treat symptoms of stroke

Immune profile two days after stroke predicts dementia a year later

New Institute Series Highlights Experiences of Faculty Researchers

Recovering from stroke

Stanford-led clinical trial shows broader benefits of acute-stroke therapy

In a multicenter study led by Stanford researchers, the number of stroke patients who died or required confinement to nursing homes was nearly cut in half, the biggest improvement seen in any stroke-related trial to date. Read more

New research will radically change response to strokes

Advanced brain imaging technology may give doctors an additional 10 hours or more to respond to some strokes, researchers said Wednesday, a development that may soon bring major changes to the way hospitals treat one of the leading causes of disability and death. Read more

Brain-scan guided emergency stroke treatment can save more lives

Brain-scan guided emergency stroke treatment can save more lives

Clinical trial shows broader benefits of acute-stroke therapy iSchemaView RAPID software plays central role in success


Stanford Health Care Recertified as Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center


Stanford Neurologist changing the face of the stroke stopwatch

Image-interpretation software could open window of treatment for stroke

B Cells May Contribute to Post-Stroke Dementia Risk

The second-hardest thing

Brain scientists speak at Davos economic forum


Study ties immune cells to delayed onset of post-stroke dementia


Public policies for addiction, smarter prosthetics and stroke among the Big Ideas tackled by Stanford neuroscientists

Big Ideas Fuel Stroke Recovery Research