About CLAE

Our mission is to enable Canadians affected by epilepsy to live a life that is not limited by their condition.
Our goal is to develop, through research, innovative therapeutic and preventative strategies to avoid the consequences of epilepsy.
We also want to translate these discoveries into applicable therapies for all Canadians. Finally, we want to promote national
awareness and educate all Canadians about epilepsy and its consequences with the help of the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance.

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October 17-19, 2014
Canadian League Against Epilepsy (CLAE) Biennial Meeting

London Convention Center
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Awards: Call for Abstracts

Award Criteria

Fellow Award :
A Fellow in adult/pediatric Neurology or Neurosurgery conducting epilepsy related research.

Grad Student or Medical Student Award:
A graduate student or a medical student conducting epilepsy related research.

Resident Award:
A resident in Neurology (adult or pediatric) or Neurosurgery conducting epilepsy related research. This prize is specifically named the Mary Anne Lee Award.

Allied Health Student Award:
An allied health professional student (e.g. nursing, psychology, social work) conducting epilepsy related research.

Awards Winner

Fellowship Award (Sponsored by UCB Canada Inc.):
WINNER: Dr Dragos A. Nita, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON.

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