1994: B.S., Biology, Boston College
2002: Ph.D., Neuroscience, University of Virginia.
2003: M.D., University of Virginia
2004-2005: Internship, Internal Medicine, University of Virginia
2005-2008: Neurology Residency, Johns Hopkins University
2008-2009: Neurovascular Fellowship, Neurology, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Research InterestsDr. Cronin's clinical and research interests focus on stroke. She is the PI on a state-wide stroke outcomes study that is gathering data on all patients treated with the thrombolytic drug tPA for acute stroke within the State of Maryland.
Clinical SpecialityNeurology with a Subspecialty in Vascular Neurology
C.A. Cronin (2009) "Intravenous tissue plasminogen activator for stroke: a review of the ECASS III results in relation to prior clinical trials." Journal of Emergency Medicine (in press).
C.A. Cronin, C.J. Weisman, and R.H. Llinas (2008) "Stroke treatment: Beyond the three-hour window and in the pregnant patient." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1142: 159-178.
C.A. Cronin, E.F. Aldrich, and S.J. Kittner (2011) Occipital Bone Abnormality Causing Recurrent Posterior Circulation Strokes. Stroke, 42:e370-e372.
C.A. Cronin and R. J. Wityk (2008) "Anticoagulation in Ischemic Stroke," In: Acute Management of Brain and Spinal Cord Injury: Evolving Paradigms, Eds. Bhardwaj A, Ellegala D, Kirsch JR