Michael G. Hutchison


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Concussion & You: A peer-led approach to raising concussion awareness in Canadian high schools

2017/18-2020/21 • $616,182 • PI,CO
Concussion is a common injury amongst Canadian youth with high school students being the most at risk. Post-concussion symptoms can have a significant impact on youth participation in daily activities and overall health. To improve health outcomes of youth we must provide them with the tools and...

Brain imaging of sport concussion: mapping recovery relative to pre-injury structure and function

2018/19-2020/21 • $503,585 • PI,CO
Concussions are a growing health concern, with over 4 million occurring annually in sport and recreation in North America. These injuries are associated with impairments in thinking (confusion, feeling "slow"), emotion (anger, depression) and physical function (dizziness, nausea). Currently,...

Brain imaging biomarkers of recovery from sport concussion

2016/17-2020/21 • $364,761 • PI,CO
Concussions are a growing health concern, with over 4 million occurring annually in sport and recreation in North America. These injuries are associated with a variety of impairments in thinking (confusion, feeling "slow"), emotion (anger, depression) and physical function (dizziness, nausea)....

Post-acute structured exercise following sport concussion: a randomized controlled study

2018/19-2020/21 • $348,302 • PI,CO
There is emerging evidence challenging prescribed rest in the management of concussion. This stems from evidence demonstrating the efficacy of aerobic exercise shortly after trauma in the treatment of various injuries related to the central nervous system (e.g., stroke, back pain, and whiplash),...

CIHR Team in Traumatic Brain Injury and Violence

2010/11-2014/15 • $1,887,348 • PI,CO
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) accounts for 50% or more of all trauma deaths, and an estimated 2% of the population live with lifelong disabilities resulting from TBI. There appears to be a direct link between TBI and violence, which itself is a major issue for Canadians. The goal of the research...

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