Congratulations to Anthony Gatti who won third place in the 2014 McMaster's 3MT competition! His presentation was entitled: Changes in Articular Cartilage During Running & Bicycling. Click here for more info
Congratulations to Julie Richardson and Ada Tang who are co-PIs on “Fit for Function: A Community Wellness Program for Persons with Stroke” which was awarded a CIHR Operating Grant in the amount of $347,043.A team led by Carol DeMatteo was awarded a three year CIHR Operating Grant in the amount of $591,518 for their project entitled “Safely Returning Children and Youth to Activity after Concussion”. Congratulations to Brenda Vrkljan who is co-PI on a three year CIHR Operating Grant for a team project entitled “Candrive Prospective Older Driver Study”. The funding amount is $1,386,733.Joy MacDermid is a co-investigator on “FORESITE-VISION: Further Observations for chronic pain and poor functional recovery risk factor examination at the home SITE which was awarded $180,000 from CIHR.Vanina Dal Bello-Haas and Brenda Vrkljan are members of an interprofessional project team that has been awarded $100,000 by Suzanne Labarge for their pilot project on Aging. The project is entitled “An Innovative Interprofessional Educational Approach to Caring for Older Adults”.
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Welcome to the McMaster University School of Rehabilitation Science. Established in 1989, The School of Rehabilitation Science provides exemplary, self-directed, problem-based educational programs, all at the graduate level.
The School has 29 university and 200 clinical and professional faculty and associate faculty members who provide clinical placements, tutoring and teaching.
Small group tutorials consisting of six or seven students and a faculty member provide opportunities to explore clinical cases and professional issues based on the philosophies of the concept known world-wide as the "McMaster Approach".
Through their excellence in problem-based education and collaborative research, the faculty and staff are continually acknowledged for their ongoing contributions to the advancement of Rehabilitation Science and Health Care.
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