Funding

1998
Canada Foundation for Innovation, New Opportunities Competition Electrophysiologic recording in vitro and in vivo to study the mechanism of deep brain stimulation (DBS)

1999 JP Bickell Foundation Grant
Cellular mechanisms underlying deep brain stimulation therapy

1999-2000 Ontario Research & Development Challenge Fund
Electrophysiologic recording in vitro and in vivo to study the mechanism of deep brain stimulation (DBS)

1998-2004 Medical Research Council of Canada/ Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Clinician-Scientist Phase 1 Award

American Association of Neurological Surgeons Research Foundation

Young Investigator Award (used as start-up & operating funding)



2001-2002
The Banting Research Foundation Grant
Cellular mechanisms underlying deep brain stimulation (DBS) therapy

2001-2002 The Arthur Henry and Alice Elizabeth Zoe Fitzgerald Fund in Alzheimer’s disease Research, University of Calgary Medical Endowment Remote effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS) on sensorimotor cortex

2003


Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Dyskinesia and Torticollis Fund A multicentre pilot study of pallidal deep brain stimulation for cervical dystonia

2003-2009

Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Clinical-Investigator Award (first 3 years included establishment/operating funding)

2004-2010 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinician-Scientist Phase 2 Award (first 3 years included operating funds)

2006-2011
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Strategic initiative in regenerative and nano-medicine, Team Grant Program
Co-investigator (PIs: Bin Hu and Ian Whishaw)
Sensory cueing, neuroplasticity and Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation

2006 Robertson Fund for Cerebral Palsy Research, University of Calgary Endowment

2007-2011
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Mechanisms of therapeutic deep brain stimulation (DBS) for dystonia

2007-2008

Hotchkiss Brain Institute, Clinical Research Unit, University of Calgary Co-PI (with R. Ramasubbu) Therapeutic Brain Stimulation for Refractory Depression: A Pilot Study

2009-2016



Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Clinical Scholar Award
2009-2014





Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Interdisiplinary Team Grant Program, Co-Leader with Vivian Mushahwar and Dick Stein (University of Alberta) Smart Neural Prostheses to Restore Motor and Sensory Function

 

University of Calgary Hotchkiss Brain Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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