Skip to Main Content

INFORMATION FOR

Nishant K. Mishra

MBBS, PhD, MD, FAHA
Assistant Professor of Neurology; Affiliated Faculty, Yale Institute of Global Health

Research Summary

Coauthors

Research Interests

Cerebrovascular Disorders; Clinical Protocols; Epilepsy; Neurology; Global Health; Biomarkers; Proteomics; Perfusion Imaging; Cognitive Reserve; Neuroimaging; Mechanical Thrombolysis; Systematic Review; Postoperative Cognitive Complications; Ischemic Stroke

Public Health Interests

Clinical Guidelines; Clinical Trials; Global Health; History of Medicine and Science

Selected Publications

  • Artificial Intelligence in StrokeMishra N, Liebeskind D. Artificial Intelligence in Stroke 2022, 1733-1751. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-64573-1_197.
  • Platelet FcγRIIa Expression in Ischemic Stroke: A Marker of Increased Platelet ReactivitySchneider D, Honda T, Feldmann E, de Havenon A, Romano J, Nogueira R, Prabhakaran S, Mishra N, Beaman C, Hinman J, Commichau C, Callas P, Kaneko N, Morales J, Patel S, Sharma L, Kim S, Taatjes‐Sommer H, Liebeskind D. Platelet FcγRIIa Expression in Ischemic Stroke: A Marker of Increased Platelet Reactivity Stroke Vascular And Interventional Neurology 2022, 2 DOI: 10.1161/svin.121.000201.
  • Platelet FcγRIIa Expression in Ischemic Stroke: A Marker of Increased Platelet ReactivityPlatelet FcγRIIa Expression in Ischemic Stroke: A Marker of Increased Platelet Reactivity. J Schneider, Tristan Honda, Edward Feldmann, Adam de Havenon, Jose G Romano, Raul G Nogueira, Shyam Prabhakaran, Nishant K Mishra, Charles B Beaman, Jason Hinman, Christopher S Commichau, Peter Callas, Naoki Kaneko, Jose M Morales, Smit D Patel, Latisha K Sharma, Song Julia Kim, Heidi S Taatjes‐Sommer, David S Liebeskind (2022) Stroke: Vascular and Interventional Neurology. 2022; https://doi.org/10.1161/SVIN.121.000201
  • Artificial Intelligence in StrokeMishra N, Liebeskind D. Artificial Intelligence in Stroke 2021, 1-19. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-58080-3_197-1.
  • Abstract 81: Time From Imaging to Endovascular Reperfusion Predicts Outcome in Acute StrokeTsai J, Mlynash M, Christensen S, Kemp S, Kim S, Mishra N, Federau C, Nogueira R, Jovin T, Devlin T, Akhtar N, Yavagal D, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Marks M, Lansberg M, Albers G. Abstract 81: Time From Imaging to Endovascular Reperfusion Predicts Outcome in Acute Stroke Stroke 2018, 49 DOI: 10.1161/str.49.suppl_1.81.
  • Abstract 57: Main Results of the CTP to Predict Response to Recanalization in Ischemic Stroke Project (CRISP)Lansberg M, Christensen S, Kemp S, Mlynash M, Mishra N, Federau C, Tsai J, Kim S, Haussen D, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Akhtar N, Jovin T, Nogueira R, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Marks M, Albers G. Abstract 57: Main Results of the CTP to Predict Response to Recanalization in Ischemic Stroke Project (CRISP) Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.57.
  • Abstract TP38: Impact of CT Perfusion Scan Duration on Lesion VolumeKasasbeh A, Christensen S, Straka M, Mishra N, Bammer R, Albers G, Lansberg M. Abstract TP38: Impact of CT Perfusion Scan Duration on Lesion Volume Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.tp38.
  • Abstract 158: The Malignant CTP Imaging Profile Predicts Worse Functional OutcomesMlynash M, Christensen S, Kemp S, Mishra N, Federau C, Tsai J, Kim S, Frankel M, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Akhtar N, Jovin T, Nogueira R, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Albers G, Marks M, Lansberg M. Abstract 158: The Malignant CTP Imaging Profile Predicts Worse Functional Outcomes Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.158.
  • Abstract 6: Patient Selection is a Better Predictor of Good Outcome Than Time to Reperfusion in Acute Ischemic StrokeTsai J, Mlynash M, Christensen S, Kemp S, Mishra N, Federau C, Kim S, Frankel M, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Akhtar N, Jovin T, Nogueira R, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Albers G, Marks M, Lansberg M. Abstract 6: Patient Selection is a Better Predictor of Good Outcome Than Time to Reperfusion in Acute Ischemic Stroke Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.6.
  • Abstract WMP11: Arterial Occlusive Lesion Location Does Not Impact Functional Outcome in Patients with Endovascular ReperfusionKim S, Christensen S, Mlynash M, Tsai J, Federau C, Kemp S, Mishra N, Frankel M, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Akhtar N, Tudor J, Nogueira R, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Albers G, Marks M, Lansberg M. Abstract WMP11: Arterial Occlusive Lesion Location Does Not Impact Functional Outcome in Patients with Endovascular Reperfusion Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.wmp11.
  • Abstract WMP17: Severe CT Perfusion Bolus Delays Predict Infarct Growth Despite ReperfusionChristensen S, Tsai J, Kemp S, Mishra N, Kim S, Mlynash M, Federau C, Bammer R, Frankel M, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Akhtar N, Haussen D, Marks M, Jovin T, Nogueira R, Albers G, Lansberg M. Abstract WMP17: Severe CT Perfusion Bolus Delays Predict Infarct Growth Despite Reperfusion Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.wmp17.
  • Abstract WP34: Associations Between CTP Ischemic Core Volume, ASPECTS Scores and Clinical Outcomes After Endovascular ReperfusionMarks M, Christensen S, Tsai J, Mlynash M, Kemp S, Mishra N, Federau C, Kim S, Haussen D, Dehkharghani S, Devlin T, Yavagal D, Akhtar N, Jovin T, Nogueira R, Bammer R, Straka M, Zaharchuk G, Albers G, Lansberg M. Abstract WP34: Associations Between CTP Ischemic Core Volume, ASPECTS Scores and Clinical Outcomes After Endovascular Reperfusion Stroke 2016, 47 DOI: 10.1161/str.47.suppl_1.wp34.
  • Abstract W P48: Flair Vessel Hyper-intensities Could Predict Target Mismatch Signs in Acute Stroke PatientsInoue M, Mlynash M, Cerada C, Mishra N, Christensen S, Straka M, Kemp S, Ichikawa H, Bammer R, Lansberg M, Albers G. Abstract W P48: Flair Vessel Hyper-intensities Could Predict Target Mismatch Signs in Acute Stroke Patients Stroke 2015, 46 DOI: 10.1161/str.46.suppl_1.wp48.
  • Abstract W P49: Optimizing Ct Perfusion for Prediction of Ischemic Core in Acute Stroke With an Open-source Benchmarking Tool to Standardize Stroke Imaging ResearchCereda C, Christensen S, Campbell B, Mishra N, Levi C, Mlynash M, Straka M, Bammer R, Albers G, Parson M, Lansberg M. Abstract W P49: Optimizing Ct Perfusion for Prediction of Ischemic Core in Acute Stroke With an Open-source Benchmarking Tool to Standardize Stroke Imaging Research Stroke 2015, 46 DOI: 10.1161/str.46.suppl_1.wp49.
  • Abstract W P20: A Model to Calculate the Expected Treatment Effect in Acute Endovascular Stroke TrialsLansberg M, Lemmens R, Christensen S, Mishra N, Albers G. Abstract W P20: A Model to Calculate the Expected Treatment Effect in Acute Endovascular Stroke Trials Stroke 2014, 45 DOI: 10.1161/str.45.suppl_1.wp20.
  • Abstract W P28: Precision of Tmax and CBF Lesion Volume Estimates in CT Perfusion ImagingChristensen S, Mishra N, Straka M, Fleischmann D, Bammer R, Zaharchuck G, Parsons M, Levi C, Albers G, Landsberg M. Abstract W P28: Precision of Tmax and CBF Lesion Volume Estimates in CT Perfusion Imaging Stroke 2014, 45 DOI: 10.1161/str.45.suppl_1.wp28.
  • Abstract T P46: Absence of a Very Low Cerebral Blood Volume (VLCBV) Lesion Identifies Patients Who Are Unlikely to Have Hemorrhagic Transformation After Delayed Endovascular ReperfusionMishra N, Christensen S, Straka M, Mlynash M, Kemp S, Bammer R, Marks M, Albers G, Lansberg M. Abstract T P46: Absence of a Very Low Cerebral Blood Volume (VLCBV) Lesion Identifies Patients Who Are Unlikely to Have Hemorrhagic Transformation After Delayed Endovascular Reperfusion Stroke 2014, 45 DOI: 10.1161/str.45.suppl_1.tp46.
  • Abstract 179: Patient Selection for Endovascular Stroke Therapy: Can MRA substitute for PWI?Mishra N, Albers G, Marks M, Liggins J, Hamilton S, Straka M, Kemp S, Mlynash M, Bammer R, Lansberg M. Abstract 179: Patient Selection for Endovascular Stroke Therapy: Can MRA substitute for PWI? Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.a179.
  • Abstract 180: The Growth Rate of Early DWI Lesions is Highly Variable and Associated with Penumbral Salvage and Clinical Outcomes Following Endovascular ReperfusionWheeler H, Mlynash M, Inoue M, Tipirneni A, Liggins J, Mishra N, Zaharchuk G, Straka M, Kemp S, Bammer R, Lansberg M, Albers G. Abstract 180: The Growth Rate of Early DWI Lesions is Highly Variable and Associated with Penumbral Salvage and Clinical Outcomes Following Endovascular Reperfusion Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.a180.
  • Abstract WP22: A Scoring System Based on Age and DWI Volume Predicts Poor Functional Outcome Following Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic StrokeLiggins J, Mishra N, Wheeler H, Straka M, Kemp S, Mlynash M, Bammer R, Albers G, Lansberg M. Abstract WP22: A Scoring System Based on Age and DWI Volume Predicts Poor Functional Outcome Following Endovascular Treatment for Acute Ischemic Stroke Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.awp22.
  • Abstract WMP11: The Association between Endovascular Reperfusion and Favorable Clinical Response Is Similar in Older and Younger Stroke PatientsLiggins J, Mishra N, Wheeler H, Inoue M, Straka M, Kemp S, Mlynash M, Bammer R, Albers G. Abstract WMP11: The Association between Endovascular Reperfusion and Favorable Clinical Response Is Similar in Older and Younger Stroke Patients Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.awmp11.
  • Abstract WP390: Stroke Severity Threshold For Acute Stroke TrialsMishra N, Albers G, Lees K. Abstract WP390: Stroke Severity Threshold For Acute Stroke Trials Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.awp390.
  • Abstract WP70: Do Stroke Patients benefit from Thrombolysis despite Contraindications or Warnings?Frank B, Grotta J, Alexandrov A, Bluhmki E, Lyden P, Meretoja A, Mishra N, Shuaib A, Wahlgren N, Weimar C, Lees K. Abstract WP70: Do Stroke Patients benefit from Thrombolysis despite Contraindications or Warnings? Stroke 2013, 44 DOI: 10.1161/str.44.suppl_1.awp70.
  • Authors’ replyLees K, Mishra N. Authors’ reply The BMJ 2011, 342: d312. DOI: 10.1136/bmj.d312.

Clinical Trials