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TASK FORCE FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

 
A competitive grant opportunity seeks to fund high-quality projects to be led by BI-ISIG Task Force members. Eligible projects are expected to have a meaningful impact in the field of brain injury rehabilitation.
 
To apply for funding, email a completed TASK FORCE FUNDING FORM to BI-ISIG Awards Officer, Dawn Neumann by 1 April 2021.
 
 
Joshua B. Cantor

Joshua B. Cantor

DR. JOSHUA B. CANTOR SCHOLAR AWARD

The Cantor Scholar Award is presented by the Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (BI-ISIG) to a BI-ISIG member in recognition of outstanding research that is judged to be a significant contribution to the field of brain injury rehabilitation. This memorial award is named in honor of Dr. Joshua B. Cantor, who was an ACRM and BI-ISIG member well-known for his research on life after TBI.

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ACRM Annual Conference: Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR)

 

2021 ANNUAL CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIP

 

This scholarship will be awarded to Student/Resident/Fellow, Early Career and Consumer members who demonstrate active participation or specific plans to participate in one of the seven BI-ISIG task forces and plan to attend the ACRM 2021 VIRTUAL Annual Conference. Endorsement from a task force chair is required.

Nominations & Endorsements are due 4 June 2021

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CONGRATULATIONS 2020 RECIPIENTS >>

 

BI-ISIG Poster Awards

 

BI-ISIG POSTER AWARDS

The BI-ISIG sponsors three awards for outstanding brain injury posters presented at the ACRM Annual Conference:

  • Early Career Best Poster Award
  • David Strauss Memorial Poster Award
  • Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women With ABI Task Force Poster Award

Congratulations to 2020 Poster Award Winners >>