Table 1

List of team members and affiliations and partners organisations

Research programme team
Dr  Angela ColantonioUniversity of Toronto, Toronto Rehab–UHNSex and gender champion, principal applicantSex, gender and brain injury, epidemiology of ABI, research informed theatre as knowledge translation, vulnerable populations
Dr Richard RiopelleBrain Injury CanadaPrincipal knowledge userClinical practice, TBI assessment, rehabilitation, research and knowledge mobilisation
Dr Tatyana MollayevaToronto Rehab–UHN, University of TorontoCoinvestigatorSex and gender theory, research methods, clinical outcomes, preventive medicine, rehabilitation science, neuroscience, epidemiology
Dr Patrick ArchambaultUniversite LavalCoinvestigatorKnowledge transfer and evidence-based medicine, TBI, information technologies, critical care, emergency medicine
Dr Heather ColquhounUniversity of TorontoCoinvestigatorKnowledge translation, evidence-to-practice gaps, user-engaged methods in intervention design, qualitative and quantitative methods
Dr Nora CullenToronto Rehab–UHN, University of TorontoCoinvestigatorRecovery, TBI, rehabilitation, intervention, prognosis
Dr Michael EscobarUniversity of TorontoCoinvestigatorStatistics, data analyses, clinical epidemiology
Ms Lin HaagWilfred Laurier UniversityCoinvestigatorGendered experience of TBI, intimate partner violence and TBI
Mr Enrico QuilicoUniversity of TorontoCoinvestigatorGendered experience of brain injury, physical training, education
Dr John LewkoLaurentian UniversityCoinvestigatorNorthern and rural health
Ms Andrea D’SouzaUniversity of TorontoTraineeQualitative research methods, biology, TBI, rehabilitation outcomes
Ms Vanessa AmodioToronto Rehab–UHNProject manager (year 1)Occupational therapy, person-centred care, rehabilitation
Partners (organisations) team
Dr Richard RiopelleBrain Injury Canada
Ms Cathy IrwinNeurology Services and Complex Injury Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic
Toronto Rehab–UHN
Ms Judith CargaroOntario Neurotrauma Foundation
Ms Bonnie BraytonDisAbled Women’s Network Canada
  • ABI, acquired brain injury; TBI, traumatic brain injury; UHN, University Health Network.