Dr. Keiko Shikako-Thomas will be featured in “Perfect Parenting” episode on AMI-tv, Sunday August 23 at 7 p.m. The episode will deal with adapted TV for the visually impaired. JOOAY and Leisurenet will be highlighted. The episode with be available online at http://ami.ca/AMI-tv/Pages/Canada-in-Perspective.aspx one week after the episode is broadcast.
McGill’s Dr. Mindy Levin, Professor in the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at the Faculty of Medicine and Member of the Integrated Program of Neuroscience at McGill was recently awarded with the 2015 Enid Graham Memorial Lecture Award, the most prestigious award given by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Congratulations Dr. Levin! Read more
Dr. Philippe Archambault has been named the recipient of McGill’s Rosemary Wedderburn Brown Faculty Prize, in recognition for his outstanding contributions to rehabilitation science and in acknowledgment of his academic potential in this early phase of his career.
Dr. Matthew Hunt has been awarded the Jonathan Campbell Meakins and Family Memorial Fellowship. This Fellowship is designed to reward and promote excellence in medical education at McGill and beyond.
Dr. Raphael Lencucha has been invited to become an Associate Member of McGill’s IHSP! Raphael will help the Institute realize its potential as a meeting place for researchers throughout McGill explore health and social policy.
Dr. Aliki Thomas has been awarded a Research Grant Award from the Association of Medical Education of Europe for her study, “Use of evidence in health professions’ education; attitudes, practices, barriers and facilitators.” Aliki’s grant proposal was ranked 1st among 44 applicants! Bravo!
Dr. Laurence Roy has received great news from the CIHR: her project on housing and risk of homelessness among new mental health service users has been approved for funding in the last round of Operating Grants from CIHR. It's a big multi-site project, and we are all looking forward to this initiative!
Dr. Marie-Hélène Boudrias has been awarded a Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT) - Team Research Grant. Her project is to develop methodologies to assess functional links from neuro-imaging data and applications to human motor control.
Dr. Isabelle Gagnon is featured in a Canal Savoir episode. In her episode, Isabelle discusses the advantages that the REPAR network provides to researchers in rehabilitation in Québec. Follow this link for the episode.
Two members of Dr. Melissa Park’s research team (Orly Estein and Sarah Sandham) did an interview on Radio Moon about their CIHR-funded projects. Radio Moon is a program on McGill’s CKUT campus radio station and is a project of Forward House, dedicated to people living with mental health issues.