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OBI-GEEK – Funding Opportunity

The GEEK (Growing Expertise in Evaluation and Knowledge Translation) program provides funding, evaluation expertise, and support to community-led programs and services for people living with brain disorders. 

Application Deadline: October 1, 2021

For more information click here.

James Lind Survey in data analysis results pending. See Canadian Concussion Network by linking to their website:

We need your help identifying the most important questions for concussion research. If you currently have a concussion or have had a concussion in the past, we want to hear from you. If you are a family member, friend, partner, caregiver or healthcare provider who has cared for someone with a concussion, concussive symptoms, or a mild traumatic brain injury, we need your opinion too!

SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

2020 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference

February 7 2020 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference. Promoting well being following TBI. Marriot Downtown CF Toronto Eaton Centre Hotel

SEPTEMBER 13, 2019First Paediatric Concussion Living Guideline from the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) has issued the first Living Guideline for Diagnosing and Managing Pediatric Concussion. This is targeted for health care providers to provide the most up to date recommendations on helping children and adolescents returning to their everyday life, post concussion.

There are 22 tools, and a range of recommendations. This practice guideline will be continually updated, and is digitally available for those who can use it. This replaces the 2014 ONF Guidelines.

Developed by an expert panel facilitated and funded by the ONF, including CONNECT’s Dr. Nick Reed (Adjunct Scientist Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, and Associate Professor University of Toronto), and Dr. Roger Zemek (Senior Scientist CHEO Research Institute, and Professor University of Ottawa). The panel includes over 50 experts in childhood and adolescent concussion from Canada and the US. From a wide variety of clinical disciplines.

MAY 27, 2019

NeuroSpine 2019

Regeneration & Rehabilitation in Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries

From Cells to Bioengineering and Neuroinformatic Applications

Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto (Canada)
June 28, 2019

For information and participation modalities contact:

Molecular mechanisms, stem cells, Glial response, magnetic and laser therapy, Electro-stimulation Molecular and genomic data banks, Bioinformatics, NeuroInformatics, Brain Computer Interfaces, Neural Networks, Neural computation, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual brain and Augmented Reality, Machine Learning, Neurorehabilitation, robotics, neuro-bioengineering, sensors, devices, IoT, Telemedicine and telerehabilitation, Big Data, statistical data analysis & mining in observational studies & clinical trials

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