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Poster Presentations

Selected from the Call for Abstracts
Poster # Poster Title
1 Diagnostic Dilemma: Should a CT head be the First Neuroimaging Used in Preschool-Aged Children Presenting with a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?
M. A.Hamid, R. Shaikh, A. Arulchelvan
2 Microstructural Abnormalities in Deep and Superficial White Matter in Youths with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
S. Stojanovski, A. Nazeri, C. Lepage, S. Ameis, A. N. Voineskos, A. L. Wheeler
3 Concussion During Adolescence Disrupts local and Large-Scale Neural circuits
Z. Emami, B.T. Dunkley
4 The 2015 US Soccer Federation Header Ban and Its Effect on Emergency Room Paediatric Concussion Rates in Adolescent Soccer Players
R. Lalji, N. Chow, S.Howitt, H. Tamim/td>
5 Bicycling-Related Concussions Leading to Postconcussion Syndrome in Adults
C. Moore, P. Baharikhoob, M. Khodadadi, C.H. Tator
6 Body Checking in Youth Ice Hockey as a Mechanism of Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome
V. Blanchet, C. Moore , E. Prentice, C.H. Tator
7 The Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Rapid Access Clinic: Cognitive and Psychological Predictors of Recovery at 8 Weeks Post-concussion
L. Ruttan, M. Bayley, T. Chandra, E. Foster, P. Comper
8 8The Relationship Between Objective Sleep Quality and Recovery Outcomes in Children and Youth Following Concussion
M. Fisher, C. DeMatteo
9 Movement Medicine: A Systematic Review on the Effect of Early Aerobic Exercise Initiation on Symptom Recovery Following Concussion
A. Kempenaar, M. Bayley
10 Post-Concussion Syndrome and Sleep Abnormalities: A Retrospective Study
A. Santos, H. Walsh, N. Anssari, I. Ferreira, M.C. Tartaglia
11 Investigating the Ecological Validity of the Behavioural Assessment of Dysexecutive Syndrome (BADS) in Post-Acute Phase of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
E. Jeffay, K. Zakzanis
12 Supernormal Cerebrovascular Reactivity Following Acute Concussion
R. Shafi, J. Poublanc, R. Wong, S. Kneepkens, L. Venkatraghavan, A.P. Crawley, O. Sobczyk, L. Mcketton, C.H. Tator, J. Duffin, A. Mutch, J. Fisher, D.J. Mikulis

Symposium Date

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Symposium Location

BMO Education & 
Conference Centre

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

Symposium 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 in order to have the rate honoured.

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