Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum of Disorders

Dr. Angela Colantonio will speak about the importance of integrating sex and gender in concussion research at the fifth annual symposium on research on the concussion spectrum of disorders. The event will be hosted by the Canadian Concussion Institute, at the Krembil Science Centre.

Attendance is free of charge for nurses and registered students.

Keynote speakers include Dr. Julian Bailes of NorthShore University and University of Chicago, Dr. Grant Iverson from Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital, with a special presentation by Ken Dryden.

Details:
Saturday, January 21st, 2017
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Toronto Western Hospital – BMO Education & Conference Centre

For program and registration information, click here to visit the conference page.

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