Animateurs et conférenciers

Lundi 16 octobre 2017

De nouvelles thérapies pour gérer la sclérose en plaques : des cellules souches aux exercices

Dr. Mark S. Freedman, HBSc, MSc, MD, CSPQ, FAAN, FRCPC, Dr. Freedman is currently Professor of medicine in the field of Neurology at the University of Ottawa, as well as director of the Multiple Sclerosis Research Unit at the Ottawa Hospital, General Campus and a Senior Scientist at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.

Dr. Lara Pilutti, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. She obtained her doctorate degree from McMaster University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Exercise Neuroscience Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She went on to become an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Community Health at the University of Illinois before joining the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa.

Dr. Lisa Walker, PhD, C.Psych, Dr. Walker is a Clinical Neuropsychologist at the Ottawa Hospital with academic appointments at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, the University of Ottawa in both the Faculty of Medicine and School of Psychology, and Carleton University in the School of Psychology and the Institute of Cognitive Science.

 

Mardi 17 octobre 2017

M. Hockey et les cellules souches : l’apport du Canada

Moderated by:

Ms. Sophia Gocan RN MScN CNN(C), Stroke Prevention Nurse Specialist, Champlain Regional Stroke Network

Dr. Dale Corbett, Professor of Neurosciences in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Ottawa and Scientific Director and CEO of the Heart and Stroke Foundation Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery

Dr. Dar Dowlatshahi, Stroke Neurologist,  Ottawa Hospital, Assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, Cross Appointed to Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa. Scientific Director of the Ottawa Stroke Program and Scientist, Neuroscience, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Dr. Duncan Stewart, Executive Vice-President, Research, The Ottawa Hospital, CEO & Scientific Director Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

 

Mercredi 18 octobre 2017

La maladie d’Alzheimer : le défi de la prochaine décennie

Dr. Richard Bergeron, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Professor, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Ottawa; Senior Scientist, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute; Investigator, Recherches Neuro-hippocampe.

Dr. Andrew Frank, Clinical Investigator, Bruyère Research Institute, Cognitive and Behavioural Neurologist, Medical Director, Memory Program, Bruyère Research Institute

Dr. Nafissa Ismail, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa

Annick Millette, MP

Mtre Mario Patry, Notary, B.A., LL.L., D.D.N

Sylvie Pilon, travailleuse sociale depuis 2002 et membre de l'Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec (OTSTCFQ) depuis 2004.

Évoluant dans le secteur de la santé depuis 15 ans, Sylvie Pilon s'est développée une expertise dans la relation d'aide auprès des clients et de leur réseau, la protection des droits de la personne et l'organisation du retour des clients dans la communauté (ressources pour favoriser le retour à domicile, la réorientation si le retour à domicile n'est pas possible, etc.). Formatrice régionale pour l'Outil de l'Évaluation Multi-Clientèle (OEMC) depuis 10 ans. Commissaire à l'assermentation depuis 2005. Elle effectue régulièrement des évaluations psychosociales dans le cadre d'une ouverture de régime de protection ou de mandat en cas d'inaptitude.

Le travail auprès d'une clientèle en situation de crise lors de son séjour en tant que travailleuse sociale à l'urgence d'un centre hospitalisé et en réadaptation fonctionnelle intensive dans un centre de réadaptation, plus particulièrement auprès de la clientèle ayant des atteintes cérébrales (accident vasculaire-cérébral, traumatisme crânien-cérébral, amputation, etc.) a permis à Mme Pilon de développer de grandes capacités d'adaptation aux imprévus ainsi qu'une ouverture d'esprit aux différences, une confiance en soi et une facilité à faire face au changement.

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Régénération et réparation de la moelle épinière et du cerveau : de la science fondamentale à la guérison clinique

Dr. Andrew Pelling, Canada Research Chair & Associate Professor
Dr. Pelling is generally interested in understanding the dynamic mechanical properties of cellular systems across nanometer and micrometer length scales. The mechanical response and transduction pathways of living cells are explored using genetic manipulation and a variety of scanning probe and optical techniques. The long term goals of his research program are to understand the genetic and architectural control mechanisms of mechanotransduction pathways in health and disease.

Dr. Eve Tsai, MD, PhD, FRCSC, Suruchi Bhargava Chair in Spinal Cord and Brain Regeneration Research, Assistant Professor 

Jeudi 19 octobre 2017

Symposium IRCuO-Rowan’s Legacy

Concussion Legacy Foundation
Rowan's Legacy

 

 

Rowan’s Law Panel
Gordon and Kathleen Stringer
Eric Lindros, Hockey Hall of Fame
Lisa MacLeod, MPP Nepean - Carleton

Moderated by: Anna Karina Tabunar, Anna-Karina is the host and contributing editor of Canada in Perspective.

What Do I Do if I Have a Concussion? Dr. Shawn Marshall, Medical Director, Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program, The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre; uOBMRI and Dr. Kristian Goulet, Medical Director, CHEO Concussion Clinic and Assistant Professor and Pediatrician, Community Pediatrics; uOBMRI

Return to Life Protocols Dr. Roger Zemek, CHEO RI Clinical Research Chair in Pediatric Concussion, uOBMRI

Living with CTE: A Spouse's Experience Lisa McHale, Director of Family Relations at the Concussion Legacy Foundation

Mechanisms of CTE Dr. Lee Goldstein, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Pathology, and Laboratory Medicine, & Biomedical Engineering Boston University School of Medicine

Moderated by: Tim Fleiszer 

Athlete Panel
Mackenzie Stone, former NCAA Division I Hockey at Rochester Institute of Technology
Jim Kyte, former NHL
Ernest Jackson, current CFL Montreal Alouettes

Supported by 

Algonquin College

Vendredi 20 octobre 2017

Nouvelles avancées dans la recherche sur le parkinson : le lien entre le cerveau et l’intestin

Terry Marcotte, EmCee, Terry Marcotte is the Sports Director of CTV Ottawa. He is an Ottawa native with nearly three decades of television experience. Terry joined CTV Ottawa, then CJOH, in 1987.  He has graciously  emceed this event for the past few years. 

Dr. John Woulfe, Clinical Neuropathologist, The Ottawa Hospital, Associate Professor, University of Ottawa,  Associate Scientist, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Dr. David Grimes, MD, FRCPC, Division Head, Neurology, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Ottawa Hospital, uOttawa Brain and Mind Research Institute

Also: 

Meet the  recipients of  the 2017 Parkinson Research Consortium  Fellowship Awards, young scientists making a difference in Parkinson's disease research.

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