Dr Natalie Rost, MD

Dr Natalia Rost is a clinician-scientist at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard and the Broad Institute. A recipient of research fellowships from the National Stroke Association and the American Heart Association-Bugher Foundation, Dr Rost joined the MGH faculty after completing her post-doctoral training in the Rosand lab. She was appointed Associate Director of the Acute Stroke Service at MGH in 2008. Natalia's research interests are in the genetics and neuroimaging of stroke and outcome prediction. She has been involved with the ISGC since its inception and is Principal Investigator of the ISGC's 'Genome Wide Association Study of White Matter Hyperintensity in Patients with Acute Ischaemic Stroke' study.