Ain Neuhaus

Stipendiary Lecturer

Dr Ain Neuhaus is a Specialty Registrar (Resident) in Radiology at Oxford University Hospitals and a Stipendiary Lecturer in Medicine at Somerville College.

Ain matriculated at Somerville in 2009 and completed his medical degree in 2019. During this period, he also intercalated a DPhil in Medical Sciences at St John’s College, Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. Alastair Buchan and Prof. Daniel Anthony, investigating blood flow regulation in the brain.

Ain’s ongoing research focuses on imaging in acute stroke, in particular how to use computed tomography for optimal selection of patients for clot retrieval treatment (endovascular thrombectomy) and predicting long-term outcome after stroke. He also has an active interest in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how these techniques can be applied to image analysis in radiology.


Neuroprotection in stroke: the importance of collaboration and reproducibility
AA Neuhaus, Y Couch, G Hadley, AM Buchan
Brain 140 (8), 2079-2092

A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials ofendovascular thrombectomy compared with best medical treatment for acuteischemic stroke
Joyce S. Balami, Brad A. Sutherland, Laurel D. Edmunds, Iris Q. Grunwald, Ain A. Neuhaus, Gina Hadley, Hasneen Karbalai, Kneale A. Metcalf, Gabriele C. DeLuca, and Alastair M. Buchan
International Journal of Stroke 10 (8), 1168-1178

Submaximal angioplasty in the treatment of patients with symptomatic ICAD: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Seyedsaadat SM, Yolcu YU, Neuhaus A, et al
Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery 2020;12:380-385.

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