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FRANCIS m. FORSTER AWARD

Each year the Francis M. Forster Award is presented during the Wisconsin Neurological Society Annual Meeting. Residents and fellows submit their abstracts to their Residency Program Director and a maximum of two abstracts are then selected from each institution (MCW and UW) for presentation at the meeting. The content of the presentations can be either in house research under faculty guidance or interesting cases. 

SELECTION

The winner is then selected by vote of conference attendees (residents and fellows cannot vote).


2019 FRANCIS M. FORSTER AWARD

Best Presentation: Marek Cierny, MD
Door-in to Door-out Time in Emergent Large Vessel Occlusion: Retrospective Review Informs Targeted Improvement Strategies

Runner Up: Heydi Flores-Podadera, MD
A 58-year-old male with Rapidly Progressive Quadriparesis and Respiratory Distress

Runner Up: Pamela Youssef, MD
Surgical Outcomes and Intracranial EEG findings in Drug-resistant Nonlesional Epilepsy with Temporal Lobe Features on Scalp Video-EEG


PAST FRANCIS M. FORSTER AWARD WINNERS

2018 - Sumaiya Khondker, MD
Developing a process for IV tPA door-to-needle administration in 30 minutes or less, a multidisciplinary approach

2017 - Sadhana Murali, MD
Sneddon Syndrome: Untangling the Web

2016 - Patrick M. Bauer, MD
Combining fMRI Language Lateralization and Hippocampal Morphometry for Predicting Verbal Memory Outcome after Left Anterior Temporal Lobectomy  

2015 - Jamie Elliott, MD
From Migraine to Coma: A complex neurological presentation of systemic disease, a case study

2014 - Smitha Holla, MD
The Blind that see Light, a case discussion and review of prior data on a patient with acute blindness

2013 - Vikas Singh, MD
Metronidazole associated neurotoxicity: a case series and review of etio-pathogenetic mechanisms, clinical and imaging characteristics

2012 - Ika Noviawaty, MD
Ketogenic diet in adult refractory status epilepticus: case report


2011 - Aaron Struck, MD
The Use of 18F-DOPA PET for the Diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease in a Clinical Population


2010 - Ahsan Sattar, MD
An Ethical Dilemma Associated with the Emergency Management of Stroke


2009 - Aparna Komatineni, MD
Clinical and Recanalization Outcome of Endovascular Acute Ischemic Stroke Therapy Initiated between 3 to 4.5 hours from Symptoms Onset


2008 - Kara Tower, MD
A Case of Anti-NMDA Receptor Antibody Mediated Encephalitis

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