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Aaron Lord

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

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 Interests

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

Race/ethnic Differences in Post-stroke Depression (PSD): Findings from the Stroke Warning Information and Faster Treatment (SWIFT) Study
Goldmann, Emily; Roberts, Eric T; Parikh, Nina S; Lord, Aaron S; Boden-Albala, Bernadette. Race/ethnic Differences in Post-stroke Depression (PSD): Findings from the Stroke Warning Information and Faster Treatment (SWIFT) Study. Ethnicity & disease. 2016 Jan 21;26(1):1-8 (1932022)

Establishment of an External Ventricular Drain Best Practice Guideline: The Quest for a Comprehensive, Universal Standard for External Ventricular Drain Care
Hepburn-Smith, Millie; Dynkevich, Irina; Spektor, Marina; Lord, Aaron; Czeisler, Barry; Lewis, Ariane. Establishment of an External Ventricular Drain Best Practice Guideline: The Quest for a Comprehensive, Universal Standard for External Ventricular Drain Care. Journal of neuroscience nursing. 2016 Feb ;48(1):54-65 (1895292)

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 Oct 6;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 Jul 25;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 Jun 14;47(7):1768-1771 (2145152)