Awards and Funding, Spring/Summer 2017

The ABI Research Lab is pleased to recognize trainees Lin Haag on winning the prestigious Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award, and Reema Shafi for her successful Women’s Xchange $15K Challenge Grant. We also congratulate Melissa Biscardi, Grace Richandi, Chen Xiong, and Sareh Zarshenas, who have earned significant research awards to further their work. Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support, and to the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute and partners for.

Complete list of Spring/Summer awards

*Haag, L.  Ontario Women’s Health Scholarship Award 2017/2018

*Haag, L.  Ontario Graduate Scholarship (Declined)

*Biscardi, M.  Toronto Rehabilitation Scholarship $10,000

*El-Khechen-Richandi, G.  Toronto Rehabilitation Scholarship $3,000

*El-Khechen-Richandi, G.  Dalton Whitbread Scholarship fund $1,200

*Xiong, C.  K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation Graduate Awards – $25,000

*Xiong, C.   Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Student Scholarship (OSOTF) – $1500

*Xiong, C.    Unilever/Lipton Graduate Fellowships in Neurosciences – $1150

*Zarshenas, S.    2017 Margaret & Howard Gamble Research Grant, $4,850

*Zarshenas, S. 2017 Toronto Rehabilitation Institute student scholarship $20,000

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