Stimulating the brains of pediatric stroke survivors
You can most likely find Brandon Craig at the Alberta Children’s Hospital where he is studying clinical neurosciences through the University of Calgary to complete his Master of Science degree investigating various avenues of pediatric strokes. Brandon recently graduated from MacEwan University in June of 2017 where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Honours Psychology, and received the President’s Medal of Academic Success and Student Leadership. During his time at MacEwan University, he was a Student Representative on the Research Ethics Board, a MacEwan Ambassador, Vice-President of MacEwan Health Promotion, and a Family Liaison of the Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Additionally, Brandon participated in various research projects investigating the cognitive neuroscience of stroke and attention. As an avid hockey fan, Brandon also served as a statistical analyst and player development coordinator for the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League for 2 seasons. He is known to appreciate the learning environment MacEwan University possesses and admires the faculty and students for molding him into the student he is today.
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