Event Information

Start Date:2013/02/20
End Date:2013/02/20
Location:Ivey ING Leadership Centre, Toronto

On February 20, 2013 CIFAR and Ontario Brain Institute presented an evening in Toronto with Dr. Stephen Scherer who presented some of his latest research on Autism. The lecture was complimented with a moderated discussion with Dr. Marla Sokolowski (Co-Director, CIFAR program inExperience-based Brain and Biological Development; Co-Director, Fraser Mustard Institute in Human Development, University of Toronto) and Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou (Clinician Scientist, Bloorview Research Institute; Assistant Professor, University of Toronto) hosted by OBI’s President Dr. Donald Stuss.

In partnership with:
Ontario Brain Institute


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