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Aaron Lord

Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery

Master Trainer, High Reliability Organization
Director, Division of Neurocritical Care

Contact Info

Address
530 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

646-501-9107

Education

2003-2007 — Columbia Univ. Col. of Phy. & Surg., Medical Education
2007-2008 — NYU School of Medicine, Internship

Research Summary

I research how medical complications such as infection and fever affect outcomes in critically ill stroke patients. 

Research Keywords

stroke

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Complicated Grief are Common in Caregivers of Neuro-ICU Patients
Trevick, Stephen A; Lord, Aaron S. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Complicated Grief are Common in Caregivers of Neuro-ICU Patients. Neurocritical care. 2017 Jan 4;:?-? (2386762)

Variations in Strategies to Prevent Ventriculostomy-Related Infections: A Practice Survey
Lewis, Ariane; Czeisler, Barry M; Lord, Aaron S. Variations in Strategies to Prevent Ventriculostomy-Related Infections: A Practice Survey. Neurohospitalist. 2017 Jan;7(1):15-23 (2386492)

Prolonged prophylactic antibiotics with neurosurgical drains and devices: Are we using them? Do we need them?
Lewis, Ariane; Czeisler, Barry M; Lord, Aaron S. Prolonged prophylactic antibiotics with neurosurgical drains and devices: Are we using them? Do we need them?. American journal of infection control. 2016 Dec 01;44(12):1757-1758 (2278222)

Public Education and Misinformation on Brain Death in Mainstream Media
Lewis, Ariane; Lord, Aaron S; Czeisler, Barry M; Caplan, Arthur. Public Education and Misinformation on Brain Death in Mainstream Media. Clinical transplantation. 2016 Sep;30(9):1082-1089 (2145302)

Majority of 30-Day Readmissions After Intracerebral Hemorrhage Are Related to Infections
Lord, Aaron S; Lewis, Ariane; Czeisler, Barry; Ishida, Koto; Torres, Jose; Kamel, Hooman; Woo, Daniel; Elkind, Mitchell S V; Boden-Albala, Bernadette. Majority of 30-Day Readmissions After Intracerebral Hemorrhage Are Related to Infections. Stroke. 2016 Jul;47(7):1768-1771 (2145152)