Stroke Association Professor of Stroke Medicine/Head of Division of Clinical Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Philip Bath is Stroke Association Professor of Stroke Medicine, and Chair and Head of the Division of Clinical Neuroscience at the University of Nottingham. He is also convener for the Neuroscience@Nottingham and Vascular Research multidisciplinary groups, and NIHR Associate Director for Industry and Prevention in the Stroke Research Network.
Clinically he contributes to the NUH Stroke Service (in-patient and out-patient stroke care) and Hypertension Clinic. As an NIHR Senior Investigator, his main research interests cover the treatment of acute stroke (blood pressure lowering), prevention of stroke recurrence and cognitive impairment (antiplatelets, blood pressure and lipid lowering) and enhancement of recovery using stem cells. He uses preclinical studies, clinical trials (phase I to IV) and systematic reviews to help address these questions.
He is also part of the Multicentre Preclinical Animal Research Team.
Find out more:
- Treatment of acute stroke
- Anticoagulation in acute stroke
- Nitric oxide in acute stroke
- Management of blood pressure in acute stroke
- Platelet and megakaryocyte function in stroke