CNSF 2020 Society Prize Winners
Even though our 2020 Congress has been cancelled, we are pleased to acknowledge the winners of the 2020 Society Prizes - Congratulations!
There will be a spot reserved for these presentations at the 2021 Congress.
CNS - André Barbeau Prize awarded to David Pellerin
Title: A Novel Recessive TNNT1 Congenital Core-Rod Myopathy in French Canadians.
CNS - Francis McNaughton Prize awarded to Houssein Salem Abdou
Title: Identification of predictors of response to Erenumab in episodic and chronic migraine in a cohort of patients: a preliminary analysis.
CNSS - K.G. McKenzie – Basic Neuroscience Research Prize awarded to Albert Isaacs
Title: Activated gene pathways in post-infectious hydrocephalus (PIH): Proteogenomics and PIH expressome.
CNSS - K.G. McKenzie – Clinical Neuroscience Research Prize awarded to Mark MacLean
Title: Does gender equality exist in the surgical management of degenerative lumbar disease?
CSCN - Herbert Jasper Prize awarded to Ana Suller Marti
Title: Vagus Nerve Stimulation in patients with therapy resistant generalized epilepsy.
CACN - President's Prize awarded to Aris Hadjinicolaou
Title: Nutrition in the first two weeks of life, neonatal brain growth and cognitive outcomes in children born very preterm.
Supplementary Prize Winners
CNS - Encephalitis Foundation Prize awarded to Adrian Budhram
Title: Use of diffusion-weighted imaging to distinguish seizure-related change from limbic encephalitis
CNSS - K.G. McKenzie – Basic Neuroscience Research – 2nd Place awarded to Michelle Kameda-Smith
Title: Musashi-1 is a master regulator of aberrant translation in Group 3 medulloblastoma.
CNSS - K.G. McKenzie – Clinical Neuroscience Research – 2nd Place awarded to Jonathon Chainey
Title: Action-related fixation in microsuturing, a new gaze behaviour metric to differentiate the level of expertise.