Dr. Angela Colantonio honored with The William Fields Caveness Award

Dr. Angela Colantonio was awarded The William Fields Caveness Award from the Brain Injury Association of America. This award recognizes an individual who, through research on both a national and international level, has made outstanding contributions to bettering the lives of people with brain injury.

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