Dr. Vincy Chan is an Associate Director of the ABI Research Lab, an Affiliate Scientist at Kite-Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network, and an Adjunct Professor at Ontario Tech University. She holds a PhD in rehabilitation sciences and MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Toronto. Dr. Chan has over 8 years of population health research experience using and linking province-wide surveys and population-based health administrative data to understand the trajectory and outcomes of individuals with acquired brain injury across the continuum of healthcare and lifespan. She has received numerous awards and fellowships, including the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation Jane Gillett Pediatric ABI Studentship, CIHR Doctoral Research Award, Brain Canada Training Award, and more recently, the 2019 Excellence in Research Supervision Award from the University of Toronto and the Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women with ABI Taskforce Poster Award from the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine.
- Population-based sex-stratified study on the impact of concurrent traumatic brain injury and mental health and/or addictions on health system level outcomes
- Barriers and facilitators in accessing health services and supports among Ontario adults with a self-reported history of traumatic brain injury
- Mild traumatic brain injury in the workplace: Prevalence, correlates, and outcomes
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