Modern Cerebrovascular and Neurosonology Centre
Dagmar Součková graduated from the Medical Faculty of Masaryk University in Brno in 1996. After the Board Examination in Neurology, she worked at the Department of Neurology of the 1st Faculty of Medicine in Prague, focusing on Neurological intensive care and later on Stroke medicine and Neurosonology. She worked as an assistant professor until 2009, engaging in clinical research, co-authoring scientific publications and lectures.
Between 2010 and 2016, she worked as a doctor in the Stroke Centre and Head of the Neurosonological Laboratory of the Chomutov Hospital.
Her main interest is Cerebrovascular neurology and Neurosonology; in 2014 she passed the International Certificate in Neurosonology in Rome. In 2019 she became a member of the Committee of the Cerebrovascular Section of the Czech Neurological Society, where she currently holds the position of Vice-President for Prevention.
She is currently working as a physician in the Complex Stroke Centre of Homolka Hospital and in her outpatient private practice, Sonolab s.r.o.
Petra Kešnerová graduated from the 2nd Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague in 2005 and shortly after graduation, started to specialize in stroke and intensive care medicine. She successfully passed the Euro Board Examination in 2011 and has gained international study and clinical practice experience in Great Britain, France, Serbia, Italy and Hungary.
Since 2014, she has expanded her career with scientific activities and began postgraduate studies at the 2nd Medical Faculty of Charles University.
She has since cooperated with international clinical research teams at the ICRC International Clinical Research Centre at FNUSA in Brno; the Institute of Clinical Neuroscience of the Central Military Hospital and the Complex Stroke Centre of Motol University, where she is a member of the Cerebrovascular Team of the Department of Neurology.
Dr.Kešnerová also participates in clinical trials, grant projects and educational programs. She regularly presents her findings at international conferences and lectures, and is author of scientific publications. Her main interest is in stroke, neurosonology and prevention of cerebrovascular diseases. In addition to her scientific and clinical work, she focuses on these topics in her outpatient private practice, Sonolab s.r.o.
Eva Wallenfelsová graduated from the 1st Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague in 2008. In 2012, she started to work at Asklepios Fachklinikum Luben and Teupitz (Germany) focusing on stroke medicine and neurosonology as well as a multiple sclerosis treatment. In 2016, she passed her European Examination Board in neurology and from 2017 she worked as a head of the Department of Neurology at Asklepios Fachklinikum Brandenburg. At the same time, she was a head of the Multiple Sclerosis Outpatient Centre. Currently, she has been attending a course in algesiology. She continues working as a physician in Teupitz (Germany) and in an outpatient private practice, Sonolab s.r.o. in Prague.