Professor Graeme Hankey

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Professor Graeme Hankey

Clinical Trials Advisor

Professor Graeme Hankey


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Professor Graeme J Hankey, MBBS, MD, FRCP (Lond), FRCP (Edin), FRACP, FAHA is Professor of Neurology, School of Medicine and Pharmacology, The University of Western Australia; and a Consultant Neurologist, Department of Neurology, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, Western Australia.

His main research interests include epidemiological studies and clinical trials of interventions to prevent and treat stroke.

He and colleagues have been awarded $52 million in competitive research grants.

His 638 peer-reviewed publications have produced >37,000 citations; his H-index is 80. He has authored 10 books (the most recent Hankey’s Clinical Neurology, 2nd edition, 2014) and 20 book chapters, and delivered 517 invited lectures at international (n=300), national (n=125), and local (n=92) scientific meetings.

He is an editorial consultant for The Lancet and The Lancet Neurology, consulting editor for the International Journal of Stroke, associate editor of Stroke Treatment and Prevention, Section Editor (Neurovascular and Neurodegenerative Diseases) of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC), and member of the editorial boards of Stroke, the Cochrane Stroke Review Group, Cerebrovascular Diseases, International Journal of Stroke, Practical Neurology, Neuro-epidemiology, and International Review of Thrombosis. He was associate editor (editor for all submissions from the Asia Pacific region) of Stroke, from 2000-2010.

He is a member of the Board of the World Stroke Organisation, Scientific Council of the American Stroke Association, and the NHMRC Health Care Committee.

He received the 1997 Royal Society of Medicine Medical Book Award for “Stroke: A Practical Guide to Management”; the 1999 National Heart Foundation President’s Award; the 2006 Mervyn Eadie award of the Australian Association Neurologists for career achievement in neuroscience research; the 2006 Western Australian Premier’s prize for achievement in science; the 2011 Stroke Society of Australasia Excellence in Stroke Award; the 2014 Neurosurgical Society of Australasia Jamieson Medal; and the 2015 American Stroke Association’s Council on Stroke and International Stroke Conference Program Committee’s David G. Sherman Lecture Award for outstanding lifetime contributions to the field of stroke.