Qing Hao, MD, PhD Email Qing Hao
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Neurology
- Hospital Affiliation
- The Mount Sinai Hospital
Dr. Qing Hao is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and the Medical Director of Stroke Program in Mount Sinai Queens.
Dr. Hao received her medical degree in 2004 from Peking University Health Science Center in China. She then received research training in the Chinese University of Hong Kong where she received her Ph.D. degree in 2004. She continued stroke research in UCLA Stroke Center before she joined SUNY Downstate Medical Center for internship and neurology residency training. Upon completion of vascular neurology fellowship in Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, she returned to New York and joined Mount Sinai’s stroke program.
Dr. Hao‘s research interests include exploring the pathophysiological mechanisms of atherosclerotic disease and ischemic stroke using different imaging modalities, including transcranial Doppler ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography angiography/perfusion and digital subtraction angiography, with the goal of optimizing stroke prevention strategies and improving patient outcomes. She has published 30+ peers review articles and serves as a reviewer for several scientific journals.
Atherosclerosis, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Stroke
MD, Peking Chinese Medical College
PhD, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Fellowship, Vascular Neurology
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Ng HS, Hao Q, Leung T, Lawrence Wong KS, Nygaard H, Hasenkam JM, Johansen P. Embolic Doppler ultrasound signal detection using continuous wavelet transform to detect multiple vascular emboli. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging 2008 Oct; 18(4).
Hao Q, Chang HM, Wong MC, Wong KS, Chen C. Frequency of microemboli signal in stroke patients treated with low molecular weight heparin or aspirin. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging 2010 Apr; 20(2).
Hao Q, Wong LK, Lin WH, Leung TW, Kaps M, Rosengarten B. Ethnic influences on neurovascular coupling: a pilot study in whites and Asians. Stroke 2010 Feb; 41(2).
Hao Q, Gao S, Leung TW, Guo MH, You Y, Wong KS. Pilot study of new diagnostic criteria for middle cerebral artery stenosis by transcranial Doppler. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging 2010 Apr; 20(2).
Wong KS, Chen C, Fu J, Chang HM, Suwanwela NC, Huang YN, Han Z, Tan KS, Ratanakorn D, Chollate P, Zhao Y, Koh A, Hao Q, Markus HS. Clopidogrel plus aspirin versus aspirin alone for reducing embolisation in patients with acute symptomatic cerebral or carotid artery stenosis (CLAIR study): a randomised, open-label, blinded-endpoint trial. The Lancet. Neurology 2010 May; 9(5).
Hao Q, Leung WH, Leung C, Mok CT, Leung H, Soo Y, Chen XY, Lam W, Wong KS. The significance of microembolic signals and new cerebral infarcts on the progression of neurological deficit in acute stroke patients with large artery stenosis. Cerebrovascular diseases (Basel, Switzerland) 2010; 29(5).
You Y, Hao Q, Leung T, Mok V, Chen X, Lau A, Leung H, Wong KS. Detection of the siphon internal carotid artery stenosis: transcranial Doppler versus digital subtraction angiography. Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging 2010 Jul; 20(3).
Bruno A, Liebeskind D, Hao Q, Raychev R. Diabetes mellitus, acute hyperglycemia, and ischemic stroke. Current treatment options in neurology 2010 Nov; 12(6).
Sanossian N, Hao Q, Liebeskind DS. The thrombus and discontinuity of FLAIR vascular hyperintensity. Archives of neurology 2011 Jul; 68(7).
Lin WH, Hao Q, Rosengarten B, Leung WH, Wong KS. Impaired neurovascular coupling in ischaemic stroke patients with large or small vessel disease. European journal of neurology 2011 May; 18(5).
Scalzo F, Hao Q, Alger JR, Hu X, Liebeskind DS. Regional prediction of tissue fate in acute ischemic stroke. Annals of biomedical engineering 2012 Oct; 40(10).
Lee M, Saver JL, Hao Q, Starkman S, Salamon N, Ali LK, Kim D, Ovbiagele B, Song S, Raychev R, Abcede H, Fiaz R, Liebeskind DS. Anterior choroidal artery ischaemic patterns predict outcome of carotid occlusion. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry 2012 Jun; 83(6).
Wang DJ, Alger JR, Qiao JX, Hao Q, Hou S, Fiaz R, Gunther M, Pope WB, Saver JL, Salamon N, Liebeskind DS. The value of arterial spin-labeled perfusion imaging in acute ischemic stroke: comparison with dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced MRI. Stroke 2012 Apr; 43(4).
Lee M, Saver JL, Hong KS, Hao Q, Ovbiagele B. Does achieving an intensive versus usual blood pressure level prevent stroke?. Annals of neurology 2012 Jan; 71(1).
Sheth SA, Sanossian N, Hao Q, Starkman S, Ali LK, Kim D, Gonzalez NR, Tateshima S, Jahan R, Duckwiler GR, Saver JL, Vinuela F, Liebeskind DS. Collateral flow as causative of good outcomes in endovascular stroke therapy. Journal of neurointerventional surgery 2016 Jan; 8(1).
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