Justin A. Sattin, MD Print Friendly PageFaculty, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Justin A. Sattin, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He is board-certified in neurology and sub-specialized in vascular neurology. Dr. Sattin is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Heart/American Stroke Association. His clinical focus is the prevention, evaluation and treatment of acute stroke, with special interest in developing close collaboration with community hospitals to identify and effectively manage these patients. Dr. Sattin is currently involved in a broad range of NIH and industry-funded clinical research into the prevention and treatment of both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. With his colleagues in the Stroke Program, he plans to share the benefits of university imaging facilities and expertise with other hospitals in the region to further improve outcomes for stroke patients.
UW School of Medicine and Public Health
|Department of Neurology|
Professional Certifications and Education
UCSD Stroke Center, San Diego, CA
University of Virginia, Charlottesville
University of Virginia
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA, 2000
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Dr. Sattin’s research currently consists of novel approaches to the emergent treatment of acute ischemic stroke, cognitive and functional outcomes after stroke and secondary stroke prevention.
Song J Young BM Nigogosyan Z Walton LM Nair VA Grogan SW Tyler ME Farrar-Edwards D Caldera KE Sattin JA Williams JC Prabhakaran V .
Characterizing relationships of DTI, fMRI, and motor recovery in stroke rehabilitation utilizing brain-computer interface technology. Front Neuroeng. 2014;7:31
[PubMed ID: 25120466]
Young BM Nigogosyan Z Walton LM Song J Nair VA Grogan SW Tyler ME Edwards DF Caldera K Sattin JA Williams JC Prabhakaran V .
Changes in functional brain organization and behavioral correlations after rehabilitative therapy using a brain-computer interface. Front Neuroeng. 2014;7:26
[PubMed ID: 25076886]
Young BM Nigogosyan Z Remsik A Walton LM Song J Nair VA Grogan SW Tyler ME Edwards DF Caldera K Sattin JA Williams JC Prabhakaran V .
Changes in functional connectivity correlate with behavioral gains in stroke patients after therapy using a brain-computer interface device. Front Neuroeng. 2014;7:25
[PubMed ID: 25071547]
Young BM Nigogosyan Z Nair VA Walton LM Song J Tyler ME Edwards DF Caldera K Sattin JA Williams JC Prabhakaran V .
Case report: post-stroke interventional BCI rehabilitation in an individual with preexisting sensorineural disability. Front Neuroeng. 2014;7:18
[PubMed ID: 25009491]
Kind AJ Thorpe CT Sattin JA Walz SE Smith MA .
Provider characteristics, clinical-work processes and their relationship to discharge summary quality for sub-acute care patients. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 Jan;27(1):78-84
[PubMed ID: 21901489]
Alsherbini K Kapadia K Sattin JA .
A rare midbrain infarction presenting with plus-minus lid syndrome with ataxia: a case report. J Med Case Rep. 2011 Oct 25;5:525
[PubMed ID: 22027276]
Walz SE Smith M Cox E Sattin J Kind AJ .
Pending laboratory tests and the hospital discharge summary in patients discharged to sub-acute care. J Gen Intern Med. 2011 Apr;26(4):393-8
[PubMed ID: 21116868]
Jensen MB Chacon MR Sattin JA Levine RL Vemuganti R .
Potential biomarkers for the diagnosis of stroke. Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther. 2009 Apr;7(4):389-93
[PubMed ID: 19379063]
Manousakis G Jensen MB Chacon MR Sattin JA Levine RL .
The interface between stroke and infectious disease: infectious diseases leading to stroke and infections complicating stroke. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep. 2009 Jan;9(1):28-34
[PubMed ID: 19080750]
Jensen MB Chacon MR Sattin JA Aleu A Lyden PD .
The promise and potential pitfalls of serum biomarkers for ischemic stroke and transient ischemic attack. Neurologist. 2008 Jul;14(4):243-6
[PubMed ID: 18617850]