November 24, 2022 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute, UofA

Nerves, Neuropathies & Resilience : An Evening of Inspiration

Join the Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute for a free public lecture and hear from an inspiring doctor who went from being a quadriplegic to walking without aids and a brave mom who fought back against postpartum Guillain-Barré Syndrome. And – meet the University of Alberta researchers and physicians working on new advances like electrical stimulation and new molecular treatments to promote nerve regeneration, nerve regrowth and recovery.


  • * Moderator: Dr. Doug Zochodne, Director, Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute.
  • * Dr. Robert Agostinis, Physician and Patient, afflicted with a rare neuromuscular disorder.
  • * Dr. Cecile Phan, Associate Clinical Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Medicine Department, U of A, is a neuromuscular specialist with interests in muscle  disorders, neurogenetics and inflammatory neuromuscular disorders.
  • * Dr. Ming Chan, Professor in the Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, U of A, “New methods of nerve repair – how can we get nerves to grow faster and better?”
  • * Holly Frances, Author and GBS Survivor and Advocate.
  • * Dr. Christine Webber, Associate Professor in the Division of Anatomy, U of A, “How conditioning electrical stimulation accelerates nerve regeneration.”

Learn more and register at:  UAB.CA/NMHITALK

** Note: This is not a CNA Event**
Nerves, Neuropathies & Resilience

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