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Canadian Concussion Centre at Toronto Western Hospital

Thank you for your interest in the 7th Annual Concussion Research Symposium, Advances in Concussion Research Including Concussion in Women & Girls taking place at Toronto Western Hospital BMO Education & Conference Centre on Saturday November 2, 2019. Registration is open!

The Canadian Concussion Centre (CCC) began in 2010 and was Canada’s first multi-dimensional concussion treatment and research centre. The CCC now encompasses four main concussion programs led by a team of seven clinicians and principal Investigators, and includes a multidisciplinary staff of clinicians, researchers, trainees and graduate students. An external advisory Board to the CCC has been in place since the beginning composed of community leaders, clinicians, philanthropists, and some former patients.

During this conference, participants will learn about the latest research on clinical, neuropsychological, neuroimaging and neuropathological manifestations of the concussion spectrum of disorders. This includes acute concussion, post-concussion syndrome (PCS) and neurodegeneration, including chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). In addition, we will have an update on research in concussion in women and girls.

A poster session will be held during breaks and lunchtime.

Prior to the conference, in the afternoon on Friday November 1, there will be an additional scientific meeting at the Krembil Brain Institute followed by a public forum in the evening titled: Concussion and Mental Health.

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Date

Saturday, November 2nd, 2019

Location

BMO Education & 
Conference Centre

Toronto Western Hospital
60 Leonard Ave
Toronto, ON M5T 2R1

Rates

Early Bird Rate (until October 1, 2019) $200.00
General Rate (after October 1, 2019) $250.00
Student, Post-doc, Resident, and Fellow Rate* $100.00

*A valid copy of your student ID must be sent via email to conferences@uhn.ca in order to have the rate honoured.


More Information

Conference Services
conferences@uhn.ca
416-597-3422 ext 3448