- ABMS Certification:
- Neurology; Vascular Neurology
- Research Interests:
Mechanisms of acute cerebral ischemia/reperfusion injury
- Clinical Practice:
- Arteriovenous Malformations (AVMs), Cerebral (Brain or Intracranial) Aneurysm, Myopathies, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) (Mini-stroke), Ischemic Stroke, Stroke, Neurology Services
- Associate Professor of Neurology
Dr. Solenski is an associate professor in neurology subspecializing in cerebrovascular disease at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. Dr. Solenski is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College (Philadelphia, PA '89). She received her residency training at Dartmouth Mary-Hitchcock in internal medicine and at University of Virginia in neurology. She completed an ACGME accredited cerebrovascular disease fellowship training program at UVA in clinical and basic research. She is currently dual APBN boarded in general and vascular neurology.
Dr. Solenski has been asked to serve as a member of the STAIR (stroke therapy academic industry roundtable) committee and has participated in numerous clinical research stroke trials, many focusing on acute stroke neuroprotective therapy. As an active member of the American Academy of Neurology since 1990, she is working with other members on the stroke education committee as part of the overall stroke and vascular neurology strategic plan. Dr. Solenski served as chair of the ASA-VDH Virginia stroke task force from 2005-2007. In 2010, she was appointed co-chair of the Virginia joint commission on healthcare Virginia stroke systems task force. Through federal and UVA-MC funding, they have developed a stroke telemedicine program to provide stroke care to remote regions of the state. As a member of the VAST (Virginia Acute Stroke Telehealth) network, she has dedicated her career to serving the needs of stroke patients and their families, particularly the underserved populations of Virginia.
- Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA, 1989
- Neurology, University of Virginia
- Cerebrovascular Disease, University of Virginia