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16
Jan

Media Event at Western University January 21

On January 21, ONDRI is hosting a media event to share the exciting advances being made by ONDRI, hear from patient and researcher Chris Hudson, PhD, and see first hand some of the unique imaging scans used in ONDRI taken at Western's Centre for Functional and Metabolic Mapping (CFMM).

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16
Jan

$40,000 from ALS Society of Essex County

Thank you to the ALS Society of Essex County for donating $40,000 to ONDRI.

These funds will be included in the OBI match and are proceeds from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

15
Jan

Dr. Lang among World's Most Influential Biomedical Researchers

Anthony Lang - Copy.JPGONDRI Parkinson’s Disease Co-lead ranked among the world's most influential biomedical researchers.

12
Jan

VCI screening complete in Ottawa

Congratulations to the vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) team in Ottawa for completing their participant screening. 

8
Jan

2014 ONDRI workshop recap

Over 100 ONDRI members attended this years ONDRI workshop in November! Clearly we've grown considering that our workshop attendance doubled in size in a year.

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7
Jan

Meet: Karen Gopaul

Karen Gopaul.jpgResearch Coordinator, gait assessments in London

Why did you choose your profession?

In elementary school I had my mind set on becoming an archeologist but my parents thought it might not be the most practical profession.

5
Jan

Meet: Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Sanjeev Kumar.jpgONDRI Co-investigator and Clinical Research Fellow at Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)

Dr. Kumar feels that jogging (and some running) is one of the best things he can do for himself and his patients. He believes that regular exercise is one  way to prevent dementia and he’s continuously telling his patients to be active.

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