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Rhode Island Hospital

593 Eddy Street

Providence, Rhode Island 02903

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1863, Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, R.I., is a private, not-for-profit hospital and is the principal teaching hospital of the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. A major trauma center for southeastern New England, the hospital is ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery

Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Ad Hoc Reviewer for the Editorial Board

Stroke

Affiliations

Member
American Academy of Neurology

Member
Society of Critical Care Medicine

Member
American Heart Association Inc

Education

MD

bachelor's degree

University of Rhode Island

medical degree

Rush Medical College

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Our Staff

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Brad Thompson, MD Director, Division of Neurocritical Care


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Bradford Thompson, M.D.

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Bradford Thompson, MD is the director of the division of neurocritical care at Rhode Island Hospital and an assistant professor of neurology and neurosurgery at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
His research interests include studying outcomes in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and traumatic brain injury. He has been involved in numerous clinical trials focusing on clinical research in acute stroke patients, including the use of desmoteplase in acute ischemic stroke, the use of high-flow oxygen in ischemic stroke and antihypertensive treatment in acute cerebral hemorrhage. He has also participated in trials evaluating endarterectomy versus carotid stenting in patients with carotid stenosis.
He is a member of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, The Society of Critical Care Medicine, The Neurocritical Care Society, and The American Academy of Neurology. He has served as an ad hoc reviewer for the editorial board of the journal Stroke.
Thompson received his bachelor's degree from the University of Rhode Island and his medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago. He completed his internship in internal medicine at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center/Rush Medical College and his residency in neurology at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown Medical School, where he also served as chief resident.
He completed a fellowship in vascular and critical care neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School and completed the program in clinical effectiveness at Harvard School of Public Health.


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According to Dr. Bradford Thompson, director of the Division of Neurocritical Care at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, the smaller the lesion, the better the chance the brain will perform in this way.


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The smaller the lesion, the better recovery is expected in this way, said Dr. Bradford Thompson, director of the Division of Neurocritical Care at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence.

Alternatively, so-called "mirror neurons," located on the opposite side of the brain from the damaged area, can become involved in roles that the injured region used to have, he said.
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That means that in rare cases, a brain injury could damage one of these abilities more than the other, leaving the patient more fluent on the phone than in person, Thompson said.
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The first six to 12 months after a traumatic brain injury provide a good indication of how the patient will do going forward, Thompson said.


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According to Dr. Bradford Thompson, director of the Division of Neurocritical Care at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, the smaller the lesion, the better the chance the brain will perform in this way.

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