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Women's Neurology evening: Wo-Mentorship: The Challenges and Benefits of Women Mentoring Women in Neurology

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Dr. Esther Bui is the faculty lead for the Women in Neurology program at University of Toronto. We have regular sessions with faculty, residents and fellows where we exchange about various topics specific to being a women in neurology.

Special guest speaker: Dr. Catherine Zahn

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Division of Neurology Legacy Mentorship Series: Dr. Peter Carlen

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This division has many outstanding professors with national/international prominence and leaders in their respective fields. Many of our trainees, both residents and fellows, and faculty can learn from their experience – pitfalls, resilience, balance of life - and provide academic mentorship. We take this opportunity to document their excellence and contributions in the history of this division. 

Speaker: Dr. Peter Carlen Photo of Dr  Peter Carlen
Professor, Faculty of Medicine
Division of Neurology, University of Toronto

“The path to my goals was never straight and usually unexpected…Also, the trip so far has been great fun and I still feel like it is beginning" – Peter Carlen

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These rounds are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology; Alexion, Amylyx, EMD Serono, Paladin Labs and Roche.

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37th Annual McEwan-Jones Lecture/Faculty Research Day: Dr. Gavin Giovannoni

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Visiting Professor Speaker: 
Gavin Giovannoni
Professor of Neurology
Blizard Institute
Medicine and Dentistry
Queen Mary University of London

More details to follow! 

Featuring faculty speakers: (ascending order)
Agessandro Abrahao (SHSC)
Atif Zafar (UHT: SMH)
Aylin Reid (UHN)
Esther Bui with Aleksandra Pikula (UHN) 
Jennifer Rabin (SHSC)
Lorraine Kalia (UHN)
Manav Vyas (UHT: SMH)
Mark Boulos (SHSC)
MaryJane Lim Fat (SHSC)
Raphael Schneider (UHT: SMH)
Sarah Lidstone (UHN)

DIVISION OF NEUROLOGY PUBLICATION AWARDEES
Awardee (Category 1) Clinician Research Pub
Clinical epidemiology, clinical research, education and quality Improvement papers

Awardee (Category 2) Basic Research Pub
Reports of research projects

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This event is generously supported by McEwan-Jones Annual Neurological Lecture Fund and formal partnership with the Division of Neurology. 

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19th Annual Summer Social

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Established by Dr. AE Lang in 2004, the Summer Social is an annual community event held in the evening to welcome new incoming residents, fellows and faculty for the academic year, to thank our partnership program, and to update the faculty promotions/achievements over the past academic year. There are dedicated segments for education and divisional announcements.

These rounds are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology.

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Neurology: 18th Annual Summer Social

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Established by Dr. AE Lang in 2004, the Summer Social is an annual community event held in the evening to welcome new incoming residents, fellows and faculty for the academic year, to thank our partnership program, and to update the faculty promotions and or achievements over the past academic year. There are dedicated segments for education and divisional announcements.

Events are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology; Alexion, Amylyx, EMD Serono, Grifols, Novartis, Paladin Labs, Roche, Sanofi Genzyme and Teva. 

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Neuromuscular Day

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Ms. Calli Dreveny
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Date subject to change

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Neuromuscular Day: Dr. Luis Querol

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Ms. Calli Dreveny
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Keynote speaker: Professor Luis Querol, University of BarcelonaPhoto of Dr Luis Querol

Topic: Autoimmune nodopathies: an emerging concept.

Dr Luis Querol Gutiérrez is the coordinator and principal investigator of the Autoimmune Neurology group at Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Barcelona, Spain. Dr Querol's research interests include autoimmune disease of the peripheral nervous system and translational research in the field of autoantibodies and immune-mediated neuropathies. His research has helped to define autoimmune nodopathies, clinically validate prognostic biomarkers in Guillain- Barré syndrome, and to monitor treatment response and disease burden in patients with inflammatory neuropathies. His research has contributed to the main consortia studying inflammatory neuropathies (IGOS, INCBase, iMAGine) and to the national consortium studying rare diseases (CIBERER). Dr Querol has received the Best Young Clinical Investigator CIBERNED 2013 award and the 2014 PK Thomas prize from the European Federation of Neurological Societies for his work with autoantibodies in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.

Event Speakers:
Dr. Hans Katzberg, University of Toronto (UHN). MRI neurography in inflammatory neuropathies.
Dr. Juan Idiaquez, University of Toronto (UHN). Corneal dendritic cells: a potential neuroinflammation marker in small fibre neuropathy.
Dr. Vinaya Bhandari, University of Toronto (UHN). A simple single question to assess people with polyneuropathies.
Dr. Andrea Parks, University of Toronto (Sunnybrook). Exploring the experiences and perspectives of younger middle-aged adults with ALS and their family caregivers.
Dr. Carolina Barnett-Tapia, University of Toronto (UHN). Prednisone and risk of generalization in ocular Myasthenia gravis
Dr. Denizart Santos, University of Toronto (Sunnybrook). Neurophysiological Biomarkers in ALS.
Dr. Conrad Eng, University of Toronto. "Tongue in cheek: Macroglossia as a  rare presentation of a common neuromuscular condition?"
Dr. Rodrigo Martinez-Harms, University of Toronto (UHN). Time to achieve acceptable disease state in myasthenia gravis and outcomes in seronegative patients.
Dr. Dubravka Dodig, University of Toronto (UHN). Novel treatments for myasthenia gravis.

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These rounds are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology; Alexion, Amylyx, Biogen, EMD Serono, Grifols, Novartis, Paladin Labs, Roche, Sanofi Genzyme and Teva.

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CoLearning Curriculum in Quality Improvement Final Presentation Virtual Event

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Christian Base
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1-2 PM: Keynote Presentation

"Quality Improvement and Sickle Cell Disease: What's 'better' and how do we get there?"
Dr. Jennifer Bryan, Ms. Serena Thompson, & Ms. Ruth Appiah-Boateng

2-2:10 PM: Break

2:10-3:45: Project Presentations

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Division of Neurology Legacy Mentorship Series: Dr. Catherine Zahn

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This division has many outstanding professors with national/international prominence and leaders in their respective fields. Many of our trainees, both residents and fellows, and faculty can learn from their experience – pitfalls, resilience, balance of life - and provide academic mentorship. We take this opportunity to document their excellence and contributions in the history of this division. 

Speaker: Dr Catherine ZahnPhoto of Dr Catherine Zahn
Deputy Minister, Minister of Health
Professor, Faculty of Medicine
University of Toronto

 

 

 

These rounds are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology; Alexion, Amylyx, Biogen, EMD Serono, Grifols, Novartis, Paladin Labs, Roche, Sanofi Genzyme and Teva. 

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Division of Neurology Legacy Mentorship Series: Dr. Vera Bril

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This division has many outstanding professors with national/international prominence and leaders in their respective fields. Many of our trainees, both residents and fellows, and faculty can learn from their experience – pitfalls, resilience, balance of life - and provide academic mentorship. We take this opportunity to document their excellence and contributions in the history of this division. 

Speaker: Professor Vera Bril
Professor of Medicine (Neurology)
Director of the Neuromuscular Section
Division of Neurology, University of Toronto
University Health Network, Toronto, Canada

Previous speakers:
Dr John Wherrett
Dr Sandra Black
Dr Anthony Lang 

Events are generously supported through formal partnership with the Division of Neurology; Alexion, Amylyx, Biogen, EMD Serono, Grifols, Novartis, Paladin Labs, Roche, Sanofi Genzyme and Teva . 

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