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The research of Chia-Chun Chiang, M.D., pertains to all facets of the association between migraine and stroke. Dr. Chiang focuses on the management of headache in people with vascular disorders. She uses novel artificial intelligence (AI) and learning techniques to improve outcomes in patients with headache or cerebrovascular disorders.
Both migraine and stroke are leading causes of disability throughout the world. Identifying the association between migraine and stroke can help reduce the chances of developing adverse cerebrovascular and cardiovascular events in people with migraine. Currently, there are no accurate ways to predict treatment outcomes in patients with migraine. Sometimes it can take months or years before treatments are effective. Improving treatment outcomes can reduce the time and pain for many people.
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