The Bee Foundation Shazam Hussain

Dr. M. Shazam Hussain, The Bee Foundation’s Founding Medical Advisory Board Member, Co-Chairing The Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) 12th Annual Meeting

Dr. M. Shazam Hussain, Founding Member of The Bee Foundation’s Medical Advisory Board, will Co-Chair the SNIS 12th Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California on July 27, 2015

Dr. M. Shazam Hussain currently sits on the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery’s Board of Directors, and is a frequent thought leader used by the media to provide commentary on stroke.

Dr. M. Shazam Hussain

Dr. M. Shazam Hussain is the designated stroke center director and staff physician in the Cerebrovascular Center at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.  The home of the first Mobile Stroke Units in the country, offering quicker stroke treatment for patients.

He received his medical degree from University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine in Canada and then went on to complete a residency and fellowship at University of Alberta Hospital in neurology and vascular neurology. Dr. M. Shazam Hussain joined the Cleveland Clinic for his final fellowship in endovascular surgical neuroradiology. His specialty interests include acute stroke therapy, cerebrovascular diseases, neurointervention and neuroimaging.


The Bee Foundation Sponsoring SNIS 2015

The Bee Foundation (TBF) is proud to support and sponsor SNIS’s 2015 Meeting. Join the Bee Foundation’s Co-Founders Christine Kondra (Doherty) and Erin Kreszl (Doherty), in attendance, to recognize the groundbreaking work of the leaders in the field of neurointerventional surgery and SNIS 2015’s rich content spanning clinical, practice and industry topical areas; the most innovative studies in neurointervention today.

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About The Bee Foundation 

The Bee Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to raise awareness of brain aneurysms and increase funding for innovative research that changes lives. Information on the Foundation and their latest $50,000 award grant recipient can be found at, or on the Foundation’s Facebook page. Also visit them at Twitter and Instagram.



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