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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Romero completed residency training in neurology at Boston University Medical Campus and fellowship training in vascular neurology at Boston University Medical Campus. He received his medical degree from the Escuela Cololmbiana de Medicina in Colombia. He also completed studies for a Master in Epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health. Dr. Romero is an active investigator in the Framingham Heart Study since 2006. Research Interests Dr. Romero’s research interests center on the study of cerebrovascular disease in subclinical stages, prevention of stroke, cognitive impairment and dementia and use of neuroimaging in the epidemiological study of cerebrovascular disease. His focus is in the interplay of cerebrovascular disease with the neurodegenerative process, and contributions to clinical stroke and dementia. Much of his current work centers on the epidemiological study of brain MRI markers of cerebral small vessel disease, their determinants and clinical consequences. As a board-certified neurologist and vascular neurologist, his clinical interests are in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with stroke, with particular emphasis in racial minority populations. He runs a stroke prevention clinic and is an active member in the Stroke Unit at Boston Medical Center. He is the site PI of several clinical trials for acute stroke treatment and secondary prevention. He has written widely on stroke, cerebrovascular disease in subclinical stages, and epidemiology of stroke and dementia. He has participated as study section reviewer in the NIH- and has obtained grant funding from NIH-NIA for his research support. Dr. Romero has presented the results of his research widely at national and international level and has been invited to participate in several international consortia of experts in cerebrovascular disease. Dr. Romero has contributed significantly to our understanding of cerebral microbleeds in the general population and is now leading the study of enlarged perivascular spaces in the Framingham Heart Study cohorts.
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Concept Cerebral Angiography
Concept Cerebral Cortex
Concept Cerebral Hemorrhage
Concept Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy
Concept Infarction, Anterior Cerebral Artery
Concept Anterior Cerebral Artery
Concept Cerebral Small Vessel Diseases
Academic Article Cerebral ischemic events associated with 'bubble study' for identification of right to left shunts.
Academic Article Cerebral collateral circulation in carotid artery disease.
Academic Article Acute stroke, catheter related venous thrombosis, and paradoxical cerebral embolism: report of two cases.
Academic Article Genome-wide association studies of cerebral white matter lesion burden: the CHARGE consortium.
Academic Article Clinical Reasoning: a 54-year-old man with unilateral weakness and vascular risk factors.
Academic Article Lipoprotein phospholipase A2 and cerebral microbleeds in the Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article Modulation of input-output curves by low and high frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex.
Academic Article Inflammatory biomarkers, cerebral microbleeds, and small vessel disease: Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article Risk factors, stroke prevention treatments, and prevalence of cerebral microbleeds in the Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article Larger A1/M1 diameter ratio predicts embolic anterior cerebral artery territorial stroke.
Academic Article Diagnostic value of lobar microbleeds in individuals without intracerebral hemorrhage.
Academic Article Carotid Atherosclerosis and Cerebral Microbleeds: The Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article Cerebral Microbleeds as Predictors of Mortality: The Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article High Prevalence of Cerebral Microbleeds in Inner City Young Stroke Patients.
Academic Article Lacunar Infarcts and Intracerebral Hemorrhage Differences: A Nested Case-Control Analysis in the FHS (Framingham Heart Study).
Academic Article Cerebral microbleeds and risk of incident dementia: the Framingham Heart Study.
Academic Article Mixed emotions: What to do with patients who have lobar and deep hemorrhages on MRI?
Academic Article Clinical significance of cerebral microbleeds on MRI: A comprehensive meta-analysis of risk of intracerebral hemorrhage, ischemic stroke, mortality, and dementia in cohort studies (v1).
Academic Article Distribution of cerebral microbleeds in the East and West: Individual participant meta-analysis.
Academic Article Advancing diagnostic criteria for sporadic cerebral amyloid angiopathy: Study protocol for a multicenter MRI-pathology validation of Boston criteria v2.0.
Grant Risk Factors, Genetics and Cognition in Cerebral Microbleeds: Framingham Study
Grant Investigation of lipoprotein phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) and cerebral microbleeds (CMBs) in the Framingham Heart Study
Grant Cerebral Microbleeds in Young Adults: Risk Factors, Biomarkers and Genetic Determinants
Academic Article Mid to Late Life Hypertension Trends and Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in the Framingham Heart Study.

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