Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women with ABI Task Force Poster Award Winner

Dr. Vincy Chan and UofT MScOT trainees Lauren Marcus and Danielle Burlie (co-supervised by Dr. Vincy Chan and Dr. Angela Colantonio), awarded the Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women with ABI Task Force Poster Award at the 96th Annual American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Conference for their research on the Social Determinants of Health and Psychological Distress among Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury.

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