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SSP Research Contest 2022

Congratulations to all the Winners of the SSP Stroke Research Contest 2022!!!


Your hard work, research and diligent work really paid off! SSP is proud of all of you.
Watch out for the next Stroke Research Contest, SSP promises bigger prizes to all the winners.

Congratulations to all the Winners 


Case Report Category:

First Place:

Upside down words as Initial Clinical Presentation of an Underlying Acute Ischemic Stroke

Dr. Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah A. San Juan: 2nd Year Neurology Resident, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center

Second Place:

Cardio-Cerebral Infarction presenting as Opalski Syndrome: A Case Report

Dr.  Paul Benedict V. Budiongan: 3rd  Year Internal Medicine Resident in Training, Maria Reyna Xavier University Hospital

Third Place:

An 89-year-old Filipino Female with Ruptured Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysm within a Supratentorial Ependymoma

Dr. Jo-Celine M. Leong: Neurosurgery Resident in Training, St. Luke’s Medical Center

Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis Category:

First Place:

Safety of Edaravone in acute ischemic stroke: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Dr. Stephanie Patricia J. Badillo, Stroke Fellow: Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center

Second Place:

Efficacy of Tenetecplase vs Alteplase for the Treatment of Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke

Dr.  Bernard Kean M. Capinpin: 1st Year Neurology Resident in Training, St. Luke’s Medical Center

Third Place:

The Full Outline of Un-Responsiveness (FOUR) Score in Predicting Outcomes of Patients with Cerebrovascular Diseases: A Systematic Review

Dr. Alessandra R. De Leon: Stroke Fellow, Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center

Descriptive Study Category:

First Place:

Translation using Collaborative Translation Protocols and Initial Validation of the Filipino Version of Stroke Specific Quality of Life Scale for Stroke Survivors

Angelica Marie V. Mandario: Medical Intern,  University of Sto. Tomas Hospital

Second Place:

FREEDOMS (Functional Recovery of Dysphagia and Outcomes in Stroke) Study

Dr. Joseph Albert Montoya: Neurology Resident in Training, East Avenue Medical Center

Third Place:

Caregivers’ Lived Experience on Caring for Post-Stroke Survivors Towards the Development of a Tool and Home-Based Care Model

Liza G. Floresca, RN: Ateneo De Davao University


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