Banff, Alberta June 3-6, 2014
Our Federation, assisted by the Professional Development and the Scientific Program Committees, hosts an Annual Canadian Congress geared towards the continued professional development learning needs of Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, Pediatric Neurologists, Neurophysiologists and Neuroscientists. This Congress is planned based on the Needs Assessments of past Congress delegates and our 4 Societies.
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CNSF Congress © 2014
Francis McNaughton Memorial Prize - Thalia Field “Should blood pressure targets after stroke vary by body size? The SPS3 Trial”Andre Barbeau Memorial Prize - Gregory Day “Abnormal neurons distinguish teratomas in N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor encephalitis”
Eric Payne - Seizure burden in independently associated with short-term outcome in critically ill children
K.G. McKenzie Prize for Basic Neuroscience Research – 1st Prize - Fady Girgis “Primate Nucleus Accumbens and Orbitofrontal Cortex mediate decision-making behavior”
K.G. McKenzie Prize Basic Neuroscience Research – 2nd Prize - Roberto Diaz “Development of a Molecular Targeting System for Glioblastoma based on Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Nanoparticles”
K.G. McKenzie Prize for Clinical Research – 1st Prize - George Ibrahim “Impaired Development of Intrinsic Connectivity Networks in Children with Medically-Intractable Localization-Related Epilepsy”
K.G. McKenzie Prize for Clinical Research – 2nd Prize - Shobhan Vachhrajani “School Function in Children Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Developing a New Outcome Measure”