Funding

GRANTS

UBC Cynader Collaborative Grant
“Using optogenetics to develop effective TMS paradigms to modulate interhemispheric excitability post-stroke”
Investigators: Bimal Lakhani & Gergeli Silasi
2014-2015

The Drummond Foundation
“Can augmented feedback facilitate learning reactive balance control among older adults?”
nvestigators: Avril Mansfield, Kara Patterson & Bimal Lakhani
2014-2015

FELLOWSHIPS

Michael Smith Foundation­­­­­ for Health Research
Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
2014-2016

Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada
Focus on Stroke Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
2014-2015

Heart and Stroke Foundation of British Columbia
Lewis Macdonald Research Fellowship
2014-2015

SCHOLARSHIPS

Heart & Stroke Centre for Stroke Recovery
Student Scholarship Award
2012-2013

Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada
Doctoral Post Graduate Scholarship (PGS – D)
2010-2011

Ontario Graduate Scholarship
2010

Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada
Summer Program in Japan Research Fellowship
2009

Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada
Master’s Post Graduate Scholarship (PGS – M)
2008-2009

Ontario Graduate Scholarship
2008

Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada
Undergraduate Student Research Award
2007

Awards

Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Top Conference Abstract Award
2015

UBC Neuroscience Research Day
Best Poster Presentation (Post-Doctoral Level)
2015

Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Top Conference Abstract Award
2014

Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada
Lewis MacDonald Research Fellowship
2014

Toronto Rehab Research Day
Best Poster Presentation (Ph.D. Level)
2012

University Health Network Office of Research Trainees
Conference Travel Award
2012

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Young Investigators (YI) Forum Abstract Travel Award
2012

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
Research Team Excellence Award
2010

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Travel Award
2008

Rehabilitation Science Research Day, University of Toronto
Best Poster Presentation
2008