NeuroScience Canada's President, Inez Jabalpurwala, was named 2007 Canada's Most Powerful Women Top 100 by the Women's Executive Network. The award recognizes Canada’s most accomplished women leaders from across the country and in all sectors.
NeuroScience Canada was selected as one of the winners of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) NGO Outreach Initiative competition, led by the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction (INMHA), in partnership with the Institute of Gender and Health (IGH). NeuroScience Canada received a $10,000 grant to modify our website into a one-stop information resource on the range of diseases, disorders, and injuries within the neuroscience umbrella.
NeuroScience Canada received the Conference Board of Canada/Spencer Stuart 2006 National Awards in Governance award for the not-for-profit sector. The National Awards in Governance single out bold and innovative solutions to governance challenges, and organizations that have broken new ground in the search for governance excellence. Mr. Allan R. Taylor, Chair of NeuroScience Canada's Governance Committee, accepted the award on behalf of NeuroScience Canada at a black tie dinner in Toronto.
NeuroScience Canada was the first recipient of the “Non-Governmental Organization/Voluntary Health Organization of the Year” award for 2003 from the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Heath and Addiction, a branch of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). The award recognized our Brain Repair Program, which funds teams of investigators from various disciplines and institutions that have the best chance of producing rapid progress in repairing the brain.