In this webinar, Dr. Aaron Phillips presents his research on the neural mechanisms of hemodynamic stability.

Using data from preclinical models of neurological injury, and novel tools to investigate possible causes of hemodynamic instability, mechanistic insights relevant for translation to the clinic are discussed. In addition, the potential of neurostimulation to treat hemodynamic instability after neurological injury is explored.

Key Topics Include:

  • Understand the neural mechanisms of hemodynamic stability
  • Appreciate the value of translational preclinical models for mechanistic insight and successful translation of findings to humans
  • Understand the novel tools available for computational and causal interrogation of the neural mechanisms of hemodynamic instability
  • Understand the value of “big data” in the context of both preclinical and clinical neuro-hemodynamic research
  • Understand hemodynamic instability in the context of neurological injury
  • Understand the capacity of neurostimulation as a treatment for hemodynamic instability after neurological injury

Presenters

Associate Professor
Physiology and Pharmacology
University of Calgary

Dr. Aaron Phillips was trained in biosciences and mathematics. His appreciation of the elegant interactions between the nervous and cardiovascular systems, and how these interactions are disrupted in clinical conditions, has driven his research into the development of novel therapeutics for people with neurological health issues.

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