Alveno SmithAlveeno Smith, Keynote Speaker

 

 

Igor Rybinnik, MD

 

 

Igor Rybinnik, MD – Acute Management and Commonly Misdiagnosed

Dr. Rybinnik graduated from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine in 2006. He works in New Brunswick, NJ and 2 other locations and specializes in Neurology.

 

 

 

J.D. Day

 

J.D. Day, MD – Hemorrhagic Stroke

Dr. J.D. Day is an internationally known leader in skull base surgery and specialist in Gamma Knife surgery and vascular disorders of the brain and skull base. He previously was Director of Cranial Base Surgery, Associate Professor and Vice Chairman for Academic Affairs, and Associate Residency Program Director in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHSC) at San Antonio.

 

 

Prabhat Hebbar, MD

 

 

Prabhat Hebbar, MD – A-fib and AIS

Dr. Prabhat Hebbar, MD is a clinical cardiac electrophysiologist in North Little Rock, AR and has been practicing for 16 years. He graduated from Gandhi Medical College / Osmania University in 1996 and specializes in clinical cardiac electrophysiology and cardiology.

 

 

 

Amanda Sellers – Families Affected by Stroke

Greg Brown, BS – ADH Update

Greg Brown is the Branch Chief of the Trauma, Public Health Preparedness /Emergency Response and Emergency Medical Services Branch, which includes the ADH Stroke and STEMI systems of care. Greg’s 30 plus years of experience provides proven leadership and oversight of these systems which includes 65 designated trauma systems, 205 EMS services and over 7000 EMS providers. He serves on various national committees and Boards of Directors.   Greg has a passion for public health and ensuring plans are developed to prepare for public health crises and delivery of prevention programs and training that empowers organizations, communities and individuals to be part of safer communities.

Jason Curry – Taking Care of Those Who Take Care of Stroke

Kim Miller – Telehealth Etiquette

Tim Tanner and Jasper Fultz – Community Outreach Done Right!