| BrainTalks Presents: Traumatic Brain Injury |
Molecular Mechanisms to Chronic Care
Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Paetzhold Theater, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver, BC
Join us on February 20th for talks on Traumatic Brain Injury
spanning from molecular mechanisms to chronic clinical care.
We are excited to announce presenters who both practice in the
community and perform high level research. Our presenters
Dr. Cheryl Wellington is a professor and researcher
internationally recognized for her work on lipid and lipoprotein metabolism in the brain.
Mark Watson is the Chief Executive Officer of ABI Wellness, a clinic specializing in providing services for patients with chronic brain injury to improve higher order cognitive functioning.
Heather Branscombe serves as the Clinic Director and
owner of Abilities Neurological Rehabilitation. A physiotherapist by training, Heather has consulted as a clinical specialist to a rehabilitation technology company and has taught therapists,
orthotists and physicians across Canada.
After the talk, at 7:30 pm, we host a social gathering with
healthy food and non-alcoholic drinks. For physicians, the event
is CME accredited for a MOC credit of 1.5.