A Tribute was written about Peter Rosenbaum on World CP Day noting his significant contribution to shifting the way we think about, treat and advise families of people with cerebral palsy. Click on the link to read more.
Brenda Vrkljan was invited as a representative of CANDRIVE to appear before the Senate of Canada Directorate Committees at Parliament Hill on September 26, 2017. The Senate Committee on Transport and Communications is conducting a special study on the regulatory and technical issues related to the deployment of connected and automated vehicles (CVs and AVs). The study considers the long-term implications and challenges of these technologies, such as the impacts on privacy, energy, land use, transportation demand and employment. This technology is also expected to have an impact on the elderly population.
Brenda Vrkljan is also featured as part of McMaster University's new #BrighterWorld brand introduction, 13 researchers from the Faculty are among those showcased on banners across campus. The banners, which include photos and short descriptions of the researchers and their work, were recently installed on campus light posts. Banners Profile Health Sciences Researchers at McMaster
One of the 2017 recipients of a contributions to the SRS award, Karen Robbins, was featured in an article in the Hamilton Spectator. https://www.thespec.com/living-story/7500074-staring-down-alzheimer-s-in-hamilton/