Trainees supervised by Kristin Campbell are winners of the American College of Sports Medicine Karen Hornbostel Award for the best trainee-led abstract
Congratulations to Glen Landry, Post-doctoral fellow working with Teresa Liu-Ambrose on his CIHR award for his study ‘Exercise, Social Enrichment, Circadian Regulation of Sleep-Wake Rhythms, and Promoting Cognition’
Congratulations: Associate Head MPT Program, Alison Greig on her receipt of a 2014 Faculty of Medicine Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Education Associate Professor Lara Boyd on her receipt of a 2014 Faculty of Medicine Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Clinical or Applied Research These awards are given to those full-time faculty members […]
Neuro stream coordinator and PhD student, Tara Klassen was awarded a Heart and Stroke Foundation Focus on Stroke Doctoral award for Determining optimal post-stroke exercise (DOSE). She is working under the supervision of Janice Eng and was earlier awarded a CIHR doctoral award for this work. Also winning an award in the Focus on Stroke […]
It’s a great opportunity PABC and physiotherapists in every province and territory to talk about what we do, and the many ways we’re helping patients get moving for life again.
To honour excellence in scientific writing in Physiotherapy Canada.
Post-doctoral fellow, John Best, invited speaker for the 1st International Congress on Executive Functions
John Best, a Canadian Institutes of Health Research & Michael Smith For Health Research Post-doctoral fellow, supervised by Teresa Liu-Ambrose, is an invited speaker for the 1st International Congress on Executive Functions in Stuttgart, Germany. It is being organized by an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the Transfer Center for Neuroscience and Learning at the University […]
The ‘backbone’ of our Clinical Education team, Ingrid Dill and Carolyn Andersson receive an award in recognition of outstanding service
Former MPT student Erin Macri (class of 2006) was one of the top two finalists in the UBC 3 minute thesis competition. Her 3 minute presentation ‘Standing up for knee arthritis’
Linda Li’s application entitled ‘Knowledge translation to optimize mobility independence in older adults: Improving Cognitive & jOint health Network (ICON)’ has been funded by the CIHR