Neuro Hemorrhage


Emergency Neuroradiology of Intracranial Hemorrhage course focused on interactive learning, full data sets, and discussions for radiologists to gain additional proficiency in this topic area.

About this course

Emergency Neuroradiology of Intracranial Hemorrhage course focused on interactive learning, full data sets, and discussions for radiologists to gain additional proficiency in this topic area.   This course will allow radiologists to follow a systematic approach to improving their diagnostic skills to all the various findings of intracranial hemorrhage.  


Course Directors
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Javier Romero MD

Javier M. Romero M.D. is a neurologist and neuroradiologist currently a staff member of the radiology department at Massachusetts General Hospital, faculty at Harvard Medical School.   Dr. Romero also serves as the Director of Ultrasound and Associate Director of the Neurovascular Laboratory.  An internationally recognized expert in neuroradiology, Dr. Romero is dedicated to clinical service, teaching, as well as research.  He has given numerous lectures and published numerous original research articles on the topic of stroke imaging and neurovascular imaging.

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Ramon Gilberto Gonzalez MD

Dr. Gonza┬┤lez is Chief of Neuroradiology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He received his MD from Harvard and a PhD in chemistry from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He did post doctoral work in Molecular Biophysics at MIT, internship and residency at the Brigham and Womens Hospital and a neuroradiology fellowship at MGH. His primary research interests involve the development and application of advanced neuroimaging methods including MR spectroscopy and functional MRI and CT. Areas of active investigation include acute stroke diagnosis and its treatment, and the pathogenesis of neuroAIDS. He has published over 190 peer-reviewed manuscripts, over 90 chapters and reviews, and 3 books. He is the recipient of several NIH and DOD grants in the areas of neuroAIDS, Alzheimers Disease, brain tumors, and stroke.


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