January Stroke Seminar Series 2022

  • Date: 20 January 2022
  • Time: 18:00 - 19:00
  • Category: General events,  Research 
  • Location: Online

Launching on World Stroke Day 2021, the Stroke Seminar Series 2021: The New Era for Stroke Research and Treatment in Ireland will bring together expertise from a range of medical research and healthcare professionals over three evenings in October, November and January. These seminars will provide insights from clinicians and researchers highlighting advances in the field of stroke research, treatment and recovery through a series of talks followed by Q&A.


Chair: Dr Shona Pfeiffer, RCSI University of Medicine & Health Sciences

  • Prof. David Williams – Consultant Stroke Physician, RCSI University of Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Dr Shona Pfeiffer – Department of Physiology & Medical Physics, RCSI University of Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Chris Macey – Director of Advocacy and Patient Support, IHF
  • Wrap-up, Q&A

Free registration. 1 CPD credit per seminar.

This event is organised as part of the MiND study. If you have any queries about the Stroke Seminar Series, please contact shonapfeiffer@rcsi.com.


The MicroRNAs as Novel Diagnostics in acute stroke (MiND) study is an Irish-led study exploring novel biomarkers in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of acute ischaemic stroke. The MiND Study is led by Dr Shona Pfeiffer (RCSI), Prof. David Williams (RCSI & Beaumont Hospital) and Prof. John Thornton (Beaumont Hospital).