RSI Administrative Office:
Please allow 4-5 business days for response to enquiries.
Rehabilitation Sciences Building
500 University Avenue, Suite 160
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5G 1V7
Angela Colantonio, PhD, OT. Reg. (Ont.)
Overall oversight of RSI mission, strategic directions, policies, curriculum, faculty, and administrative operations. Promotion of and marketing of RSI nationally and internationally. Addresses student issues that have involved multiple requests for academic leaves/extensions at the School of Graduate Studies or where graduate coordinator may be in conflict.
Dina Brooks, BScPT, MSc, PhD
The RSI Graduate Coordinator is responsible for the graduate program activities for all students in the Department. Accordingly, the RSI Graduate Coordinator sits on the relevant committees of the Faculty of Medicine and the School of Graduate Studies.
Duties of the Graduate Coordinator include:
The Business Officer is responsible for the Human Resources and finances of the RSI. The Business Officer also coordinates the budgets for the department and does the annual forecasting. In addition to hiring/supervising staff and processing salary payments, the Business Officer is also the contact for all student funding.
The Graduate Administrator handles all matters related to graduate students including registration, courses, leave of absence, awards preparation, room booking requests, etc. The Graduate Administrator also assists student progress through the program, day-to-day running of the RSI and in organization of faculty to chair theses defense commmittees and comprehensives.
Administrative Assistant to the Director/
The Director’s Assistant gives administrative support to the Director. The assistant also updates the RSI website and the RSI social media sites. The Assistant to the Director is also responsible for the Institute’s recruitment materials.