Congratulations to the 2015 Deborah L. Wilkerson Early Career Award winner, Tatyana Mollayeva, MD, PhD who presented the award lecture, Insomnia in Workers With Delayed Recovery From Mild Traumatic Brain Injury during the Annual Conference in Dallas.
Deborah L. Wilkinson Early Career Award Winner
Fatigue, Impaired Alertne... Dr. Tatyana Mollayeva will lead a pre-conference instructional course on this topic at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s 93rd Annual Conference in Chicago. The course will
The New Face of the ABI R... It is with great excitement that we present our new website. We encourage you to browse and click your way through the pages. Please let us know
Harry Joseph Zarins, Janu... The Acquired Brain Injury Research Lab mourns the loss of Mr. Harry Joseph Zarins, executive director of Brain Injury Canada. A friend of the Lab, he served
Dr. Tatyana Mollayeva rec... Dr. Tatyana Mollayeva, Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto and University Health Network has been recognized with the prestigious Elio Lugaresi Award for Education by
Robert L. Moody Prize Win... Congratulations to Dr. Angela Colantonio, the 2015 Honoree of The Robert L. Moody Prize for Distinguished Initiatives in Brain Injury Research and Rehabilitation. Read the announcement here.
Mind Matters: Women, Brai... The ABI Research Lab’s Principal Investigator, Dr. Angela Colantonio, will present as part of an expert panel on November 22, co-hosted by AGE-WELL and the Women’s Brain
Sex, Gender and Traumatic... The Supplement to the journal Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation titled “Sex, Gender and Traumatic Brain Injury” is now published. Dr. Angela Colantonio, guest editor of
Winner of the 2016 Univer... Owen Lima nominated Regina Lowe’s for hiring him and his service support dog, Blue, in their Customer Service department. The award was accepted by store manager Paolo
Brain Injury Canada to ho... It is estimated that 30% of reported cases of TBI occur among women, but limited research addressing the impact of sex and gender on outcomes of TBI