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Have you registered yet for our Annual Scientific Meeting?

Pictured above: CSPR Scientific Director/CEO Dr. Dale Corbett. He will host the Annual Scientific Meeting in June.   The Heart and Stroke Foundation Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery will hold its 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting on June 11 and 12 in beautiful Gatineau, Quebec — just across the Champlain Bridge from central Ottawa and about 20 minutes by car from the Ottawa airport. The goal of the meeting is: to learn the latest research

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CPSR research leader shows Finance Minister the value of stroke recovery research

CPSR research leader Dr. Lara Boyd, right, had a visit from federal finance minister Bill Morneau, centre, on March 6 to learn more about her innovative work as director of UBC's Brain and Behaviour Lab. Along with CPSR Scientific Director Dr. Dale Corbett of the University of Ottawa, Dr. Boyd co-leads the CPSR's proposed Network of Centres of Excellence in Stroke Recovery. Learn more about Dr. Boyd's research by joining the more than 17 million

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Read our March newsletter

Our March newsletter is chock-full of news, events, research opportunities and more. Read it HERE. http://mailchi.mp/9dda565c8481/canadian-stroke-recovery-news-march-2018

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Partnership moves to final round in NCE Competition

    The Heart & Stroke Foundation Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery (CPSR) has been selected as one of 11 finalists in a highly competitive process to become one of Canada's Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE).  CPSR was among about 70 research groups from across the country to submit a Letter of Intent in November as part of the first round of the NCE competition. Last week, CPSR was invited to submit a full proposal to

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CALLING ALL NURSES WORKING IN THE AREA OF STROKE!

Join us for the World Stroke Congress in Montreal from October 17-20, 2018. This is an extraordinary opportunity to connect with colleagues and hear about the latest in research and best practices from around the world! Submit your abstracts by Monday, March 12. ·       Register now here! Take advantage of the early bird rate until July 3. ·       Browse the program – and get inspired!   NURSES WORKING IN STROKE CARE: WHAT NOT

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Heart & Stroke H.J.M. Barnett Lectureship and Visiting Professorship

Friday, March 9, 2018, 8:30am - 9:30am Join in person or via webcast SHOULD THERE BE A TIME WINDOW FOR ENDOVASCULAR THERAPY IN STROKE? Tudor G. Jovin, MD Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery Director, UPMC Stroke Institute Director, UPMC Center for Neuroendovascular Therapy Teleconference Number: 905-415-6668 Ottawa Hospital - Civic Campus Auditorium OTN site coordinators self-registration link: https://schedule.otn.ca/tsm/portal/nonclinical/details.do?request.requestId=80016642

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World Stroke Congress 2018 – Montreal

In October 2018, Canada will play host to the world's leading interprofessional stroke clinicians and researchers.  All Canadians working with stroke patients and their families across the continuum from bench-to-bedside and out to the community are invited to participate in this incredible event.  The  World Stroke Congress 2018 (WSC 2018) will take place in Montreal from October 17-20, 2018. This major Congress will be returning to North

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February is a short month, but there’s a lot going on at CPSR. Check out our monthly newsletter

Read about research funding opportunities, meet our trainees, learn about an upcoming webinar and check out our recent publications. The February CPSR newsletter is waiting for you! http://mailchi.mp/8999855ca948/canadian-stroke-recovery-news-february-2018

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Save the date: CPSR Annual Scientific Meeting June 11-12

Save the date: You've got to go to Gatineau! CPSR Annual Scientific Meeting: June 11-12 The Heart and Stroke Foundation Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery will hold its 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting on June 11 and 12 in beautiful Gatineau, Quebec -- just across the Champlain Bridge from central Ottawa and about 20 minutes by car from the Ottawa airport. The goal of the meeting is: to learn the latest research findings within CPSR; to

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Catalyst grant funding enables researcher to secure $394K award for exercise study

Funding received from CaSTOR (Canadian Stroke Trials for Optimized Results), a joint initiative of CPSR and the Canadian Stroke Consortium, helped a Montreal-based research team secure a $394K grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Dr. Marc Roig of McGill University will lead the first study to investigate the effects of high intensity interval training on brain plasticity and cardiovascular health in people living with stroke. "I

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