Dr. Anirudh Sreekrishnan is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Outpatient Stroke Clinics at UCSF. He completed his medical education at Yale School of Medicine with a Masters in Health Science and research in intracerebral hemorrhage outcomes. He then pursued his neurology training at Harvard Medical School affiliated with the Mass General Brigham Hospitals in Boston, where he was chief resident in his final year. He later completed a Vascular Neurology and StrokeNet fellowship at Stanford University and stayed on as a Clinical Instructor focused on outpatient stroke outcomes. In his current role as Director of the Outpatient Stroke Clinics, he works on quality improvement initiatives to improve the continuum of stroke care that UCSF provides. He also maintains active research interests with national and international collaborations in diagnostic imaging of stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage, including the Leducq CIRCA network examining the impact of circadian rhythm on stroke as well as with RAPID AI examining the utility of automated imaging.