New research is being presented at the 2013 International Stroke Conference, from February 6-8 in Honolulu.

Meeting Highlights

Improving  Door-to-Needle Times

A Novel Approach to Treating Stroke Patients

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Hemorrhagic Stroke

News from the conference

TBI Common in Combat Soldiers

Marijuana & High Stroke Risk in Young Adults

Native Hawaiians Have Bleeding Strokes at Earlier Age

Tai Chi May Reduce Falls in Adult Stroke Survivors

Same Factors Influence Depression in Stroke Patients, Spouse Caregivers

Southern Diet Could Raise Stroke Risk

Infant, Child Stroke Survivors Prone to Seizures

Stroke Survivors and Suicidal Thoughts

Life Support Withdrawal Questioned in Stroke Patients

Videos from the conference

More from the conference

Registration and Housing


Convention Center Map


ISC 2013 Final Program

CME/CE Information

ISC 2012 Archive

ISC Awards and Lectures

Stroke OnDemand

Stroke ePortal

The 2013 Don’t Miss List

General Information

Experience Honolulu

Registration Rates

Frequently Asked Questions