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“Examining the Impact of Type-2 Diabetes on the Brain over the Course of Stroke Recovery” 2015
“Using social network analysis to advance knowledge translation in pediatric rehabilitation“ 2015
“Connecting child health researchers and healthcare providers in Canada to advance the use of research in children’s rehabilitation” 2015
“Real world gait analysis in older adults using an instrumented shoe” 2016

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Sue Peters receives award to attend FENS

Sue Peters receives award to attend FENS

Sue Peters, PhD candidate, receives a Society for Neuroscience travel award. Sue will travel attend the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) forum in Copenhagen, Denmark from July 2-6, 2016.  Her award application was rated among the best due to the merit of the science, strength of her CV, and the letter of recommendation in support of her application.

Rehabilitation Sciences’ Doctoral Candidates Awarded Prestigious Scholarships!

Rehabilitation Sciences’ Doctoral Candidates Awarded Prestigious Scholarships!

Congratulations to PhD candidates Stephanie Glegg, who was awarded the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, and Jennifer Ferris, who was awarded a CIHR scholarship!

PhD candidate takes a novel approach to rehabilitation for older adult amputees
Sue Peters receives award to attend FENS

Sue Peters receives award to attend FENS

Sue Peters, PhD candidate, receives a Society for Neuroscience travel award.

PhD Candidate Emma Smith Awarded CIHR Fellowship!

PhD Candidate Emma Smith Awarded CIHR Fellowship!

PhD candidate Emma Smith was recently awarded the CIHR Fellowship for her project CoPilot: Collaborative Powered mobility Innovative Learning Opportunity. Congratulations to Emma for her cutting-edge research!  

Vanier Scholarship

Vanier Scholarship

Congratulations to Stephanie Glegg, who was awarded the prestigious Vanier Scholarship–the premier health sciences PhD scholarship in Canada! Stephanie is the fourth Rehabilitation Sciences student to win the award.