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Talita Campos Wins a 2019 ASNR Travel Fellowship for Diversity
Congratulations to Talita Campos, M.A., a clinical research coordinator in the Clinical Laboratory for Early Brain Injury Recovery at the Burke Neurological Institute. Tali has been awarded a 2019 ASNR Travel Fellowship for Diversity to travel, attend and present at the American Society for Neurorehabilitation, 2019 Annual Meeting in Chicago. During the two-day satellite meeting Tail will be presenting “Adaptive Arm Training for Children with Hemiparesis as a Result of Acquired Brain Injury,” a project that part of the Burke-Blythedale Pediatric Neuroscience Research Collaboration.
In November, Tali will travel again to Chicago to present her project at American Congress for Rehabilitation Medicine, 2019 Annual Conference.