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Dr. Angela Colantonio awa... Dr. Angela Colantonio was awarded Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in traumatic brain injury in underserved populations. Dr. Colantonio’s research program will advance partnerships with underserved populations, amplify
Danielle Toccalino awarde... PhD Student in the ABI Research Lab, Danielle Toccalino, was awarded the Robert Duff Baron Award and Best Oral Presentation Award (Afternoon Session) for her presentation “Exploring
Enrico Quilico featured i... PhD student Enrico Quilico was featured in an article in Global Heroes Magazine titled “A survivor’s story of strength and inspiration.” Enrico shares his journey of recovery
Fifth Annual Symposium: R... 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
Dr. Vincy Chan receives E... Dr. Vincy Chan, Associate Director of the ABI Research Lab, was awarded the Early Career Research Award from the National Centre for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR) at the National
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
Perspectives on Traumatic... June is Brain Injury Awareness Month! In recognition, trainees of the Acquired Brain Injury Research lab will present their current work on diverse topics related to traumatic
Dr. Angela Colantonio hon... Dr. Angela Colantonio, PI of the ABI Research Lab, was awarded the 2020 John Stanley Coulter Award. To be named the Coulter Lecturer is to be recognized
Sareh Zarshenas wins Toro... Every year, the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute presents Team Excellence Awards to graduate students from each of the Institute’s 11 research teams, in recognition of exceptional performance. Sareh