Collaterals 2016: Translating the collaterome around the globe

David S. Liebeskind, Graham W. Woolf, Ashfaq Shuaib, Sanjith Aaron, Gregory Albers, Anne Alexandrov, Andrei Alexandrov, Yaaqov Amsalem, Fayla Anderson, Juan Arenillas, Richard Aviv, Farhad Bahrassa, Oh Young Bang, Jean Claude Baron, Adolfo Bonow, Natan Bornstein, Gregoire Boulouis, Brian Buck, Ken Butcher, Bruce CampbellJorge Chudyk, Juan Jose Chudyk, Munkhzya Chuluunbat, Marilyn Cipolla, Daniel Cooke, Quilang Dai, Adam DeHavenon, Gregory del Zoppo, E. Jesus Duffis, Roni Eichel, Bart Emmer, Kay Engellandt, Lkhamsuren Enkhsaikhan, James Faber, Edward Feldmann, Urs Fischer, Alan Flores, Rick Goddeau, Matthew Gounis, Mayank Goyal, Jan Gralla, Alla Guekht, Hen Hallevi, Nils Henninger, David Hess, Michael Hill, Arnold Hoppe, Yekatirina Hovhannisyan, Xiaochuan Huo, Max Wintermark, for the Collaterals 2016 Consortium

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Collaterals 2016 (third International Symposium on Collaterals to the Brain) was a multidisciplinary scientific conference focused on collateral circulation in acute ischemic stroke. Decisive challenges include generalizability of optimal triage and selection paradigms based on collateral status for definitive treatment of acute ischemic stroke, rapid dissemination of expert methods, and the urgent need to leverage networking opportunities for stroke science related to the hemodynamics of collaterals. The collaterome, or individual capacity to offset ischemia in the brain, and determination of a favorable collateral profile have become pivotal factors in consideration of the precision medicine of stroke decision-making. The conference convened over 50 invited faculty from around the world to connect on-site participants at a state-of-the-art facility with remote audiences in more than 22 countries and regions. The 2½-day program was structured into 40-min sessions devoted to key issues in translating the collaterome in acute stroke therapy across the globe. This unique forum of expertise emphasized the timely impact of collaterals on a monumental scale, encouraging maximal participation, rapid diffusion and added value of a diverse networking resource. The meeting format established a model geographical framework and innovative videoconferencing platform for future scientific conferences.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)338-342
Number of pages5
JournalInternational Journal of Stroke
Issue number4
StatePublished - Jun 2017


  • Collaterals
  • endovascular therapy
  • perfusion
  • stroke

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Neurology


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