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Tweet Chat
#PostpartumStroke
October 22, 2019

Stroke is excited to announce its next Tweet Chat will be held Tuesday, October 22, 2019, on the topic of Postpartum Stroke.  (#PostpartumStroke). Leading the discussion will be Stroke Social Media Editor Dr. Junie Paula Warrington. She will be joined by co-moderators Dr. Amelia K. Boehme and Dr. Eliza C. Miller.

TOPIC: #PostpartumStroke
DATE: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
TIME: 
1-2 pm EDT

One can have a stroke at any time in one’s life; however, studies have shown that women have a higher risk of stroke in the peripartum and early postpartum period. The factors responsible for the increased risk of stroke in the peri- and post-partum period have not been fully elucidated and are being actively investigated. In this Tweet Chat, we will discuss some of the factors already associated with increased risk of postpartum stroke, including hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and infection, among others.

Neurologists, neuroscientists, neurosurgeons, gynecologists, cardiologists, and anyone with an interest in understanding or discussing stroke risks associated with pregnancy and delivery are invited to participate in the discussion. To join the discussion and follow along, log onto Twitter and search for the hashtag #PostpartumStroke. Search by the “Latest” (not “Top”) tab for the live conversation. Include the hashtag in all tweets to participate in the discussion.

Moderators

STROKE Tweet Chat pic Warrington June 2019Junie Paula Warrington, PhD, (@JunieWarrington) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology and Department of Neurobiology and Anatomical Sciences at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She does translational research on the impact of pregnancy and preeclampsia on the neurovascular structure and function in moms and resulting offspring. Her interests include cerebrovascular structure and function, neurovascular unit, cognitive function, and microbleeds.
STROKE Tweet Chat pic Boehme October 2019Amelia K. Boehme, PhD, MSPH, (@akboehme) is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in Neurology in the Neurology Clinical Outcomes Research and Population Sciences Division at Columbia University (New York City).  Dr. Boehme is a neuroepidemiologist with expertise in stroke risk factors and stroke outcomes research. Her research focuses on novel risk factors for stroke and stroke outcomes concentrating on exposures related to infections and inflammation.
STROKE Tweet Chat pic Miller October 2019Eliza C. Miller, MD, (@ElizaMillerMD) is Assistant Professor of Neurology and a vascular neurologist in the Division of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease at Columbia University (New York City). Her clinical research focuses on cerebrovascular complications of preeclampsia and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, using both physiological and epidemiological approaches. She directs the NYP/Columbia Mothers Center Neurovascular Clinic, a multidisciplinary center for treatment of women with cerebrovascular complications during pregnancy and postpartum.
Be sure to follow Stroke on Twitter at @StrokeAHA_ASA and use the hashtag #PostpartumStroke in your tweets to join the discussion.