A CBC NEWS April 16 report looks at a study conducted by Baycrest Senior Scientist Dr. Brian Levine investigating the effects of concussions on retired professional hockey players. The ongoing study is a first-of-its-kind. Read the full story here or watch the CBC’s TV news report here. (Note: This same story was published on Yahoo! News
An April 15 story in The Toronto Sun discusses the findings of Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute’s seminal study on the effects of concussions on retired professional hockey players. Baycrest Senior scientist – and study lead – Dr. Brian Levine, comments on his team’s findings. Read the article here.
Medical Xpress published a story on findings from a recent study by the Rotman Research Institute on concussions in retired professional hockey players. The longitudinal study, led by Baycrest senior scientist Dr. Brian Levine, is the most comprehensive neurological study of its kind. Find the full report here
An April 12 report on Windsor’s AM 800 radio station website featured an in interview with NHL Alumnus Mark Napier, who recalled NHL legend Gordie Howe’s support of the Baycrest Pro-Am charitable hockey tournament. Read the full story here.
Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation announces up to CAD $ 1 million in funding available to support knowledge mobilization in the field of aging and brain health
MarketWired published an April 3 report about the Canadian Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation’s (CC-ABHI) new “Knowledge Moilization Partnership Program,” which has $1M in funding available to help knowledge mobilization about brain health across the healthcare sector. Read the full post here.
An April 3 story in The CJN reports on Sarah Krybus Fishman, who started an annual charitable flower sale at Baycrest called “Bubby’s Blooms” in honour of her late mother. Read the full article here.
The Toronto Star published its Caregiver SOS column on April 3, written by Baycrest Occupational Therapist Nira Rittenberg, titled “Finding the proper care is full of difficult decisions.” Read her column here.
SPORTSNET 590 The FAN is proud to support The Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ in support of Baycrest!
A March 30 report in The National Post profiles the Cogniciti online brain health assessment. The assessment was scientifically validated at Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute. Read the full article here.
NHL Alumni Roster Revealed for Scotiabank Pro-Am for Alzheimer’s™ in Support of Baycrest North America’s largest charity hockey tournament welcomes legends Wendel Clark, Darryl Sittler, Darcy Tucker and many more to its line up TORONTO – March 28, 2017 – This May, hundreds of Toronto’s biggest hockey fans will get the chance to skate