Modules European Master in Stroke Medicine 7

M1 22.10.2018 27.10.2018

M2 01.04.2019 06.04.2019

M3 14.10.2019 19.10.2019

M4 20.04.2020 25.04.2020


Fields of study

Imaging and pathophysiology

Clinical epidemiology and prevention

Diagnostic and syndroms

Therapeutic strategies and neurorehabilitation



ESO Virtual Stroke-University

4 moduls (each 1 week) on-site lectures at the Danube-University Krems

2 x 2 weeks of supervised practice in ESO certified stroke units and centers of excellence in Europe

Master Thesis

Exams (written & oral)

Imaging and pathophysiology

Clinical epdemiology and prevention

Diagnostic and syndroms

Therapeutic strategies and neurorehabilitation

Feedback Students

“The European Master in Stroke Medicine has created a platform for aspiring stroke physicians from all over the world …It has also been a privilege to attend lectures from the knowledgeable faculty whose contribution did make a big difference in our current practices in stroke care”

            Mohammad Haque, United Kingdom


“[The course] has been an excellent opportunity to deepen my understanding of cerebrovascular diseases and has given me confidence both in clinical practice and in stroke research … [It] allows students to have evidence-based knowledge from leading stroke experts in a supporting atmosphere and I can highly recommend the ESM to both specialists and younger physicians still in training.”

Nicolas Martinez-Majander, Finland


“The course is a great opportunity to learn from experts and meet colleagues from around the world with the special interest in stroke.”

Hanne Sallinen, Finland


“It's been just a week into my first module and I feel overwhelmed by the wealth of information coming from world's leading experts in stroke research … the exchange of various ideas amongst people from different stroke specialties coming from culturally diverse backgrounds makes for an entertaining and educative blend.” Shriram Varadharajan, India


Prof. Ale Algra, MD, NLD

Bernd Anderseck, PT, MSc, Valens, CH

Prof. Philip Bath, BSc, MD, FRCP, Nottingham, UK

Prof.Dr. Thomas Benke, Innsbruck, AUT

Dr. Stephanie Bombois, Lille, FRA

Prof. Dr. Regis Bordet, Lille, FRA

Prof., M.D. Natan Bornstein, Tel Aviv, ISR

Prof. Marie-Germaine Bousser, Paris, FRA

Prof. Dr. Monika Bradl, Vienna, AUT

Prof. Dr. Michael Brainin, Krems, AUT

Dr. Lara Caeiro, PsyD, Lisboa, PRT

Pr. Hugues Chabriat, MD, PhD, Paris, FRA

Prof. Laszlo Csiba, M.D., PhD, Debrecen, HUN

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hans-Christoph Diener, Essen, GER

Prof. Jose Ferro, MD, PhD, Lisboa, PRT

PD Dr. Jens Fiehler, MD, Hamburg, GER

Prof. Dr. Marc Fisher, Boston, USA,

Prof. Richard Frackowiak, Lausanne, CH

Prof. Dr. Konstantin-Alexander Hossmann, Köln, GER

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kurt Jellinger, Vienna, AUT

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Manfred Kaps, Giessen, GER

Prof. Markku Kaste, MD, PhD, Helsinki, FIN

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jürg Kesselring, Valens, CH

Univ. Prof. Dr. Wilfried Lang, Vienna, AUT

Prof. Dr. Kennedy R. Lees, Glasgow, UK

Prof. Didier Leys, MD, PhD, Lille, FIN

Prof. Isabel Martins, MD, PhD, Lisboa, PRT

Prof. Dr. Heinrich Mattle, Bern, CH

Dr. Karl Matz, Krems, AUT

Andreas Mayr, Hochzirl, AUT

Dr. Patrik Michel, Lausanne, CH

Prof. Dafin Muresanu, Cluj-Napoca, ROU

PD Dr. Tobias Neumann-Haefelin, Frankfurt, GER

Prof. Dr. Bo Norrving, Lund University, Lund, SWE

Univ.Doz. Dr. Michaela Pinter, Vienna, AUT

Dr. Dipl.Ing.(FH) Peter Ringleb, Heidelberg, GER

Prof. Peter Sandercock, Edinburgh, UK

Dr. med. Felix Schlachetzki, Regensburg, GER

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Steiner, Heidelberg, GER

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Claudia Stöllberger, Vienna, AUT

Prof. Katharina Stibrant Sunnerhagen, Göteborg, SWE

Prof. Turgut Tatlisumak, MD, PhD, Helsinki, FIN

Prof. Danilo Toni, MD, PhD, Rome, ITA

Michaela Trapl-Grundschober, MSc, Tulln, AUT

Prof. Jaakko Tuomilehto, MD PhD, Helsinki, FIN

Prof. Marion Walker, University of Nottingham, UK


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