Centered at Massachusetts General Hospital, our team aims to work with MGH patients and the public community to educate others about stroke. Dr. Natalia Rost frequently works with MGH, the American Heart Association, the greater Boston community, and many other organizations locally and internationally to spread awareness and educate others on stroke risk and recovery.
Featured here is the story of Jessica Diaz, a former stroke patient at MGH, who shares her inspiring story of recovery and newfound awareness of stroke risk. Dr. Rost, as her attending neurologist, helped Jessica on her road of recovery and teamed up with her to share their story.
In the News:
Massachusetts General Hospital's recent feature on "Vascular Risk Factors Influence Spatial Specificity of White Matter Hyperintensity."
Massachusetts General Hospital's recent feature on "Deep Learning Automated Algorithms Accurately Segment Stroke Lesions."
Dr. Rost's publication "Crucial Role of Women’s Leadership in Academic Stroke Medicine" was recently published in AHA Stroke Journal.
Dr. Rist's manuscript "Lipid levels and the risk of hemorrhagic stroke among women" was published in Neurology.
Rost Lab publication "Diffuse microvascular dysfunction and loss of white matter integrity predict poor outcomes in patients with acute ischemic stroke" featured in JCBFM's 2018 Brain Injury Awareness Week
Fanny Herisson's publication "Direct vascular channels connect skull bone marrow and the brain surface enabling myeloid cell migration" was recently published in Nature Neuroscience
Rost Lab publication "Infarct topography and functional outcomes" featured in JCBFM's Clinical Special Issue: Cerebrovascular Disease
Here is where you can find our current outreach activities: