Razumovsky Leads Neurosonology Workshop in Kyoto

By October 1, 2017

Dr. Razumovsky (far right) in Kyoto with colleagues from Italy, Japan, Egypt, and Germany.

Alex Razumovsky, PhD, FAHA, recently returned home from the XXIII Congress of the World Federation of Neurology that was held in Kyoto, Japan, September 16-21, 2017. The event drew more than 8,000 of the world’s top scientists, public health experts, and policymakers. Dr. Razumovsky, SpecialtyCare’s Vice President and Director of NeuroCare and a leading expert in the field, co-chaired a day-long Neurosonology Workshop for a full room of 68 international attendees and presented a session entitled “Neurosonology as a Critical Tool in Critical Care.”

As an invited speaker, Dr. Razumovsky was part of the program of active discussions and cutting‐edge lectures led by top scientists and neurologists, including three Nobel laureates, who shared recent advances in scientific and clinical neurology. We are proud of Dr. Razumovsky’s participation in this event and his ongoing contributions to the practice of neurology.


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