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Stroke Award for Master's Student

Masters Epidemiology student, Josh Cerasuolo has been awarded the Canadian Stroke Network Studentship Award for a proposed research idea submitted by Dr. Mat Reeves and Josh Cerasuolo. Josh will be working on this project at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences in Toronto, Ontario Canada. The project will be comparing acute stroke outcomes between Michigan and Ontario hospitals. Congratulations to Josh on this award.

About the Canadian Stroke Network Summer Studentship Program

The Canadian Stroke Network Summer Studentship program’s goal is to allow students to obtain research experience related to stroke and to provide support to undergraduate and medical students engaged in summer research projects in the area of stroke at a Canadian university or affiliated institution.