Dr. Anne Alexandrov is a Professor of both Nursing and Neurology, as well as the Mobile Stroke Unit Chief Nurse Practitioner at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. She is also Professor and Program Director for NET SMART at the Health Outcomes Institute, LLC in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Developed in 2007, NET SMART (Neurovascular Education & Training in Acute StrokeManagement & Reperfusion Therapies) is the world’s first and only post-graduate fellowship training program for advanced practice nurses (APN) in acute stroke. Dr. Alexandrov has mentored over 100 APNs from across the globe.
In 2002, Dr. Anne Alexandrov completed her PhD at the Texas Woman’s University with the focus on integrated systemic and intracranial hemodynamics.
Dr. Anne Alexandrov has received many honors, including the 2018 Memphis Healthcare Hero Award, the 2013 American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’ Flame of Excellence Award, induction as an Honorary Ambassador to the World Federation of Critical Care Nurses in 2012, to mention a few.
The management of acute stroke