The Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day is one of the longest running events in the Cumming School of Medicine. The 31st annual event will be held on March 2nd 2018 at the Foothills Medical Centre in the Auditorium. This is the traditional date for the event, the first Friday in March. Please hold the date. For information about the keynote speaker and featured symposium, please see below.
The event will be held in the Auditorium at the Foothills Medical Centre.
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The keynote speaker in 2018 will be Dr. David Baron from the University of Southern California.
Dr. David Baron
Concussion and Psychiatry: Past, Present and Future Clinical and Research Translational Considerations.
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Dr. Carolyn Emery: Epidemiology & Prevention of Sports Injury in Children & Youth
Dr. Keith Yeates: Neurobiological & Psychosocial Factors Determining Childrens Outcomes after Mild TBI
Dr. Ryan Todd: Sport & Film: Educational Strategies for Young Adults at Risk of Sport Concussions
Dr. Chantel Debert: Mood Disorders in Brain Injury
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Best Presentation by a Resident: Dr. Faisal Sheikh, Prevalence of Mild Behavioral Impairment in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Subjective Cognitive Decline & its association with caregiver burden
Most Innovative Project by a Resident: Dr. Sterling Sparshu, Returning to stimulants in children with treatment resistant ADHD
Best Presentation by a Graduate Student: Ruth Diaz, The Healthy Immigrant Effect on Major Depression in Canada Disappears with Age
Sebastian K. Littmann, 1979
Written by Prof. Paul J. Weindling, it is a biography of Dr. Littmann's adoptive father, Dr. John W. Thompson.
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