Neuronal Connectivity: A Really Cool Model for Community Partnership — Academic Neurology Network for Epilepsy Care in Ontario
Hear a brief overview of seizures, epilepsy, and epilepsy prevalence. Next, learn about the Ontario Epilepsy Network and how it works. Presented by Dr. O. Carter Snead, Clinician Scientist, the Hospital for Sick Children; Professor, Departments of Paediatrics, Pharmacology, & Medicine (Neurology), University of Toronto. (2018)
Led by BC Children's Hospital investigator Dr. Mariana Brussoni, a project meant to increase time spent by children in quality outdoor play in Early Learning and Child Care Settings has received $650,000 from the Lawson Foundation.
BC Children’s Hospital’s Dr. Francis Lynn is leading one of two groups awarded a total of $6 million in funding from the Government of Canada and JDRF Canada to accelerate the development of stem cell based therapies for type 1 diabetes (T1D)
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