Brain Canada - Media Advisory

MONTREAL, Feb. 8, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - On February 8, Brain Canada, in 
partnership with Bell, will announce the inaugural recipients of the $1 
million Bell Mental Health Research Training Awards. 
The Training Awards are designed to promote the most talented next generation 
of Canadian mental health researchers by providing them with guidance, 
mentorship and training under the direction of world-leading researchers. 
Brain Canada and Bell regard this initiative as a signature investment in 
Canada's most promising researchers—accelerating their progress and 
contribution to our understanding of the brain in order to improve the health 
and well-being of Canadians. 
WHAT:    Announcement of the recipients of the $1 million Bell Mental 
     Health Research Training Awards 


          

WHO:     Clara Hughes, six-time Canadian Olympic medal winner and
         national spokesperson for Bell Let's Talk
          
         The Honourable Yonah Martin, Senator (British Columbia)
          
         Mary Deacon, Chair of the Bell Let's Talk mental health
         initiative
          
         Inez Jabalpurwala, President and CEO, Brain Canada Foundation
          
         Dr. Max S. Cynader, Director of the Brain Research Centre,
         Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute
and UBC
          

WHERE:   UBC Robson Square theatre
         800 Robson Street
         Vancouver, BC V6Z 3B7
          

WHEN:    Friday, February 8, 2013, 10 a.m. PST







Sébastien Bonneau Advisor Public Affairs Advisors Inc. 514 926-7120 
sebastien.bonneau@publicaffairsadvisors.com

SOURCE: Bell Canada

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