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BI-ISIG Moving Ahead

 2022 Fall Edition

Letter From the Chair

I am writing this, my final column as Chair of the Brain Injury Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (BI-ISIG) as we near the end of what has been an eventful summer for my own family. I am also looking ahead to the fall, to see many of you, my professional family in person for the first time in 3 years. This meeting will be another opportunity to do what we have always done, working collaboratively as a team, advancing the field and helping ensure that our stakeholders…. Read more

Letter from the Editor

As the pandemic slows and we try to get some semblance of a pre-pandemic world, our days are getting busier and we appreciate your interest and commitment to the BI-ISIG. This edition aims to update you on the work the BI-ISIG members…. Read more

2022 BI-ISIG Scholarship Information

I’m excited to be presenting two research studies on important sex and gender considerations in traumatic brain injury at the 2022 ACRM Annual Conference. I’m especially looking forward to this year’s conference which will be held in-person and provides an opportunity for in-depth discussions and networking among top researchers and clinicians in the field of brain injury…Read more

Joshua B. Cantor Scholar Award

This award was established in honor of Joshua Cantor, former ACRM and BI-ISIG member. To be selected for the Cantor 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…Read more

Chautauqua Symposium 2022

It is estimated that one in three women globally will experience intimate partner violence (IPV) in their lifetime and persons with disabilities are particularly at risk of this type of victimization. The most common site of injury is to the head, face and/or neck which includes strangulation, putting women at risk of brain injury….Read more

Ylvisaker Awards

Chautauqua Symposium 2022. Title: Intimate Partner Violence and Brain Injury: What every rehabilitation provider should know. Moderator: Angela Colantonio; CoModerator Julie Haarbauer-Krupa BI-ISIG representative. Symposium Brief Summary: It is estimated that one in three women globally will experience intimate partner violence (IPV)…Read more

BI-ISIG Members Leaders for 2022-23 Moody Galveston Brain Injury Conference

The 2022-2023 Moody Galveston Brain Injury Conference (MGBIC), underwritten by Moody Endowment and coordinated by the National Association of State Head Injury Administrators, is a 16-month, fully virtual, “by invitation only” conference initiative bringing together researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and consumer advocates to encourage research to practice for advancing care… Read more

Executive Committee

Introducing the 2022 Executive Committee… Read more

Media Committee

Introducing the 2022 Media Committee… Read more

Information of BI-ISIG Special Lectures

Important BI-ISIG meetings during the 2022 Annual Meeting… Read more