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EcoHealth Research with Indigenous Communities

MSc Graduate Sarah Syer Transitions from Researching Paediatric Malnutrition to Childhood Cerebral Palsy!

sarah headshotAfter graduating from the EcoHealth Lab where she studied childhood malnutrition, Sarah Syer is continuing her health research career as a Research Assistant at ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development (Mississauga). The research project she is working on is funded by the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) and is called CP-NET (Childhood Cerebral Palsy Integrated Neuroscience Discovery Network), which aims to improve the understanding of cerebral palsy and accelerate the development of new treatments. She is working closely with a developmental paediatrician, who is the principle investigator at the ErinoakKids site.

Interested in learning more about the organization that Sarah is now working with? Click below to learn more about OBI’s plan and goals for the project:

http://www.braininstitute.ca/cpnet/CP-intro.html

Farewell and congratulations Sarah!  

Best of luck with all of your future endeavours and adventures!

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