BI-ISIG AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS
ANNUAL CONFERENCE TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to early career professionals within five years of completion of training (i.e. terminal degree or fellowship training) or a consumer, who plans to attend the ACRM Annual Conference, and are active participants in a BI-ISIG Task Force. Endorsement from a task force chair is required.
2018 Early Career & Consumer Member Travel Scholarships
In support of active BI-ISIG Early Career and Consumer Members who wish to participate in BI-ISIG activities at the ACRM Annual Conference, five travel scholarships valued at $700 each were awarded to the following members.
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. The award is named in honor of Dr. Joshua B. Cantor, who was well known for his research on life after TBI.
2018 AWARD RECIPIENT
The BI-ISIG Executive Committee is pleased to recognize Anthony H. Lequerica, PhD, with the 2018 Dr. Joshua B. Cantor Scholar Award. This award was established in honor of Joshua Cantor, former ACRM and BI-ISIG member. To be selected for this award is to be recognized as a professional whose work embodies the spirit of Dr. Cantor’s endeavors and achievements, which aimed to provide solace, meaning, and hope to individuals with TBI. It is clear from Dr. Lequerica’s accomplishments and his body of work, including past collaborations with Dr. Cantor, that he shares this vision.
2018 POSTER AWARDS
Congratulations to the following winners of the BI-ISIG outstanding poster awards. These posters were presented during the ACRM 95th Annual Conference in Dallas.
- Early Career Best Poster Award
- David Strauss Memorial Poster Award
- Deborah Lee Price Girls and Women With ABI Task Force Poster Award
See YOUR name here next year!