Danielle Toccalino awarded the Robert Duff Baron Award & Best Oral Presentation Award

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 the intersection of traumatic brain injury and mental health in intimate partner violence: A scoping review” at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation Virtual Research Day. Congratulations, Danielle!

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