Congratulations Sarah!

Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student, Sarah Gregor on being presented with this year’s Community Service Award at the annual RSI Research Day!

Every year, the RSI Research Day event showcases and celebrates the research being conducted by the bright and talented graduate students of RSI via poster and oral presentations. This year marked several new additions to the program such as the RSI Scholarships and Endowed Awards Presentation where our well deserving student award recipients were recognized as well as our donors who continue to loyally support our departmental awards.

Click on the People tab to learn more about Sarah and her research.

Click here to learn more about the RSI Research Day event.

rehabINK Summer 2019 Issue 7 edited by RELEARN Lab’s Lucas Crosby!

RELEARN Lab PhD student Lucas Crosby joined rehabINK as a Junior Editor in 2017 to further develop skills in writing, editing, and project collaboration. He has since transitioned into the role of Website Editor and is looking forward to new rehabINK endeavours in 2019.

Click on the People tab to learn more about Lucas and his research.

rehabINK is bringing the stories of rehabilitation science out of the academy and into the world!

Find a profile piece on someone who has adapted to sudden loss of limb and sight. Challenge your thinking with articles on universal design, racialization and racism, and meaning in life. Experience a World Congress through the eyes of graduate students. And learn about rehabilitation through theatre, technology, and sound therapy.

Perfect for the beach, the coffee shop, or the transit ride home, Issue 7 offers a delightful blend of stories for every reader. Enjoy and share and find them on social media!

If you have questions about an upcoming submission process (September 2019), please contact the Managing Editor at rehabink.submissions@gmail.com.

For general inquiries, please email the Editor-in-Chief, Adora Chui, at rehab.ink@gmail.com.

Canadian Stroke Recovery News Feature

Julie Vaughan-Graham PT, PhD who is a post-doc in the RELEARN Lab has been featured in an article by Canadian Stroke Recovery News! Click the photo below to learn more about Julie and her research under the Trainee Profiles segment of the article.