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Click on the icons below to view the abstract information. Leave a question or a comment for the abstract presenters using the Comments icon next to each abstract.

Abstracts 1 to 3 will be presented live at the Symposium. See the Program page for more information.

PDF Video Abstract Comments # Title of presentation Name of presenter Name of co-authors
1 Cognitive-motor integration performance testing and symptom assessment reveals males and females respond differently to concussive injury Alanna Pierias D.E. Gorbet, A. Prieur, L. Sergio
2 Mild traumatic brain injuries in childhood are associated with alterations in myelin sensitive MRI measures in females Eman Nishat S. Stojanovski, S.H. Ameis, A.L. Wheeler
3 Mild traumatic brain injury is associated with dysregulated neural network functioning in children and adolescents Kristina Safar J. Zhang, Z. Emami, A. Gharehgazlou, G. Ibrahim & B.T. Dunkley
4 A comparison of paper-and-pencil and computerized neuropsychological testing for the sub-acute and chronic assessment of pediatric mild traumatic brain injury (pmTBI) Veronik Sicard D.D. Stephenson, C. Robertson-Benta, S. Pabbathi Reddy, D.C. Hergert, A.B. Dodd, J.A. Cromer, A.R. Mayer
5 A Deep Learning Approach to Quantifying Structural Changes to Cortical Vascular Networks in Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury Matthew W. Rozak J.R. Mester, A. Dorr, P. Mojiri Forooshani, M. Biparva M. Goubran, B. Stefanovic
6 An On-Field Assessment of Cognitive-Motor Integration (HurtSHynesTM Test) in Varsity Athletes with No Prior History of Concussion Christina Amaral J.M. Hurtubise, A. Prieur, L.E. Sergio, L. M. Hynes
7 Can Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT) scores be converted to Rivermead Post-Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire (RPQ) scores and vice versa? Laura Langer P. Comper, L. Ruttan, L. Innis, A. Kam, D. Lawrence, A. Tam, T. Chandra, E. Foster, M. Bayley
8 Blood flow differences between sexes in athletes with history of concussion Ravneet Kalkat A. Prieur, A. Macpherson, L. Hynes
9 Sex-Related Differences in Oculomotor and Cognitive Control in Asymptomatic Varsity Athletes Michael Modica L. Sergio, L.M. Hynes
10 Can you cope? Exploring young athletes’ cognitive coping response to a hypothetical concussion. Tian Renton
11 Concussion Outcomes Determined By Where You Live: A Retrospective Study Teresa Gambale M. Guay, S. Malik, A. Atayde, J. Lin, L. Sapiano, R. Ahmed, and M.P. Rathbone
12 Brain vital signs are sensitive to subconcussive head impacts in youth football and ice hockey Shaun D Fickling A.M. Smith, M.J. Stuart, D.M. Dodick, T. Munce, R.C.N. D’Arcy
13 Working with Challenging Clients in a Virtual Age: Professional Boundaries and Self-Care for Health Care Workers and Administrative Staff Eden Dales