Find the latest news from the Australian Stroke Alliance here. As well, we occasionally publish news on the latest in urgent, prehospital stroke care from around the world.
Meet one of our two commercial partners: EMVision
The Australian Stroke Alliance’s funding through the Medical Research Future Fund calls for a unique collaboration between researcher clinicians and local biomed entrepreneurs to fast-track ingenuity.
Meet Yorta Yorta woman, Ambulance Victoria paramedic, Michelle Crilly
Paramedic, Michelle Crilly is a member of the Australian Stroke Alliance’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Council. Michelle has been with Ambulance Victoria since 2017, via their Aboriginal Cadetship program.
What is a stroke? Symptoms, signs and how to prevent one: The Age
Stories like Jim Khamphouy’s amplify the “time is brain” message, making community awareness of stroke and its symptoms a necessity.
Voice to Parliament
The Australian Stroke Alliance is committed to improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stroke outcomes. Centring diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and experiences is central to our mission.
Large ischemic stroke patients benefit from thrombectomy
A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the world's most prestigious medical journals, has highlighted the benefits of endovascular thrombectomy for people experiencing a large ischemic stroke.
South Australia telestroke service milestone delivers faster diagnosis for 440 rural and remote patients
Regional South Australians are being given their best shot at recovery from stroke, thanks to the Australian Stroke Alliance’s digital platform, Zeus.
Rural health outcomes dire without primary care: New RFDS Report
A new Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia report highlights the need to ensure that inequalities in access to optimal health care for remote, rural and Indigenous communities are addressed.
The Melbourne Mobile Stroke Unit Celebrates Another Milestone
Australia's first Mobile Stroke Unit is celebrating five years of service.
Meet Dr Anna Balabanski
Dr Anna Balabanski is a senior research fellow with the Australian Stroke Alliance. Here, we find out about Anna’s career and her quest to broaden her expertise, from clinical practice to the development of medtech.