Meet the Fellows Video Series

Meet the talented individuals who were awarded clinical and research fellowship funding from the Neuromuscular Disease Network for Canada (NMD4C), Muscular Dystrophy Canada (MDC), and the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists (CSCN)!

 

The NMD4C and MDC are excited to share a new videos series featuring the five incredible fellows: Drs. Emanuela Pannia, Rebecca Robertson, Collin Luk, Marianne Nury and Alasdair Rathbone, recipients of the Neuromuscular Clinical and Research fellowship funding in 2022. Learn more about them as individuals, how they first became involved with NMD research, the people and experiences that have made a significant impact on their career, a piece of advice they would give others considering a career in NMD research, what excites them about their work, how they see their field advancing and ways we can better support patients.

In the second video of the Meet The Fellows video series we hear from Dr. Pannia, Dr. Robertson, Dr. Luk, Dr. Rathbone, and Dr. Nury on the people and experiences that have had a significant impact on their career. They also share their top piece of advice for anyone considering a career in neuromuscular disorder research or care.

Video #2 – People and experiences that have had a significant impact on their career and advice for others


Video #1 – Introduction


 

Thank you to the incredible donors and supporters who have made the funding of these five incredible individuals possible. We look forward to learning more about them as the series unfolds.

Meet the Fellows - now live

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