Dr. Shelina Babul has received funding from the University of British Columbia (UBC) Collaborative Research Mobility Awards (CRMA) program to support her project to create concussion resources for those who support women survivors of intimate partner violence.

This work is being carried out in collaboration with Dr. Paul van Donkelaar (UBC Okanagan) and Karen Mason and their research program, Supporting Survivors of Abuse and Brain Injury through Research (SOAR).

The CRMA program aims to facilitate collaboration across UBC’s two campuses. This application was among the top 7 out of 34 submitted.

This new concussion toolkit is expected to launch in Summer 2020.