Congratulations to the CPSR’s Baycrest site leader Dr. Brian Levine on being awarded the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) Benton Mid-Career Award for Research. He will receive the award at the February meeting of the INS in Denver.
Dr. Levine is a research leader in the field of cognitive recovery after stroke. Among his many research endeavours, he developed a unique program of Goal Management Training to improve memory and cognition for people living with stroke.
The Arthur Benton Award was established by the INS Board in 1982 and is awarded to a mid-career level researcher 11-23 years after the completion of their PhD. The award is based on the individual’s scope of work including contribution to neuropsychological science, an established and accelerating career path, international reputation, majority of publications in peer reviewed journals and a constant relationship with the INS.