Adam de Havenon, MD, MS
Dr. de Havenon is an Associate Professor of Neurology at Yale University. After receiving his B.A. from Yale in 2001, he received his medical degree from Brown School of Medicine in 2009 and completed internship and neurology residency at the University of Utah in 2013. He finished a vascular neurology fellowship at University of Washington in 2014 and was a faculty member at the University of Utah from 2014-2021. In late 2021, Dr. de Havenon returned to Yale. His clinical practice includes evaluating and treating acute strokes in the hospital and emergency department and providing outpatient consultation in the stroke clinic. He has a particular clinical interest in intracranial atherosclerosis, vascular cognitive impairment, and optimizing secondary stroke prevention. Dr. de Havenon has published over 150 peer-reviewed articles and his research into secondary stroke prevention and advanced neuroimaging has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, American Academy of Neurology, and American Heart Association.
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