25
Jun

Yesterday, NeuroDevNet’s Neuroethics Research Group co-lead Dr. Judy Illes spoke to host Amanda Pfeffer of CBC Radio’s Ontario Today on women in science and whether or not sexism is still a problem in the scientific community.

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18
Jun

NeuroDevNet Associate Trainee Dr. Pranay Jindal is currently investigating parents perspectives about rehabilitating their child with CP. He is also exploring what kind of concerns and questions parents of children with cerebral palsy undergoing rehabilitation have in order to create resource modules in the form of online videos as part of his research as a PhD Student at CanChild. These videos will aim to provide families with a clearer and broader understanding of CP and its rehabilitation.

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09
Jun

Parent and stakeholder input has helped direct the research program developed by Autism Treatment and Care Chair Dr. Jonathan Weiss.

At his second annual stakeholder meeting in Toronto Nov. 7, 2014, Dr. Weiss drew participants from across Canada to comment on his work, and to release the results of the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) national parent survey. NeuroDevNet's KT manager, Anneliese Poetz, attended the event and has released a video about the importance of the consultation.

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