Rehabilitation Sciences Institute


PhD Student, Enrico Quilico Wins Change-Maker Award

Congratulations to RSI PhD student, Enrico Quilico for winning the 2018 Change-Maker Award presented by Neurological Health Charities Canada. This award recognizes individuals who have made a meaningful difference in improving the quality of life for Canadians living with brain conditions and Quilico has done just that.
May 16 / 2019

Student Feature: Erica Dove

The RSI Student Feature introduces you to some of the interesting people studying in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute. From leaders in rehabilitation sciences research to providing care to Toronto’s most vulnerable populations, our students are making an impact on communities at home and around the world.
May 9 / 2019


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Ranking confirms U of T is "Canada’s leading research powerhouse," says President Gertler.

U of T is Top Canadian University, 16th Best in the World: U.S. News & World Report

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