Congratulations to Monica Salas for presenting her research work and being named by the awards committee as one of the best presentations!

Undergraduate student Monica Salas presenting her poster entitled, "Brain metabolic profiles of youths born with congenital heart disease"

Great work, Monica!

The ABCD Research Lab are currently looking for licensed OT / PT or OT / PT professional MSc students to do standardized evaluations (e.g. Bayley, M-ABC) of infants and young children as part of different research projects. We are looking to hirer multiple on call evaluators as assessments are scheduled at different time during the day /evening/ weekends. Remuneration will be adjusted to the length and complexity of the evaluation. 

If you’re interested, please email your CV and availabilities directly to abcd.researchlab@gmail.com

In September 2018, the ABCD Research Lab attended the Ordre des ergothérapeutes du Quebec (OEQ) colloque in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. This is an annual conference of the society of occupational therapists that oversees and controls the practice of the profession to ensure that the public receives quality service. A group of Master's students (Valérie Thibaudeau, Daniella Hasen, Jaclyn Stevenson, and Julia Gentile -missing on the picture-) presented a poster entitled, "Early screening for developmental coordination disorder in NICU survivor".

Great work, everyone!