Westinghouse High School Hosts 2015 Community Grand Rounds on Stroke Prevention 101

Northwestern Medicine
News January 29, 2015
Westinghouse student looks at information with a medical professionalAndrew Parsa, MD, PhD, Northwestern Medicine's chair of neurological surgery, presented a talk on Stroke Prevention 101 to students, their parents and staff at Chicago Public Schools* Westinghouse High School on Jan. 20, 2015. Dr. Parsa's appearance was part of the annual Community Grand Rounds of the Northwestern Medicine Scholars program. 

The Northwestern Medicine Scholars Program at Westinghouse College Prep is a unique partnership that joins Northwestern Medicine and George Westinghouse College Prep in an effort to inspire talented students from Westinghouse to consider careers in medicine and science. 

Community Grand Rounds is an opportunity for Northwestern faculty to share medical information and knowledge directly with the Westinghouse community.

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