Nov 15, 2014 · Leave a Reply

TBI REHABILITATION RECOGNITION

By dehansen @dhansen
Allen Brown, M.D., Associate Professor PM&R, TBI Model Systems Center

Allen Brown, M.D., Associate Professor PM&R

A Mayo Clinic physician will receive special recognition for his work on Saturday during the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation annual convention in San Diego.

Allen Brown, M.D., is with the Brain Rehabilitation Research program, which is a part of Mayo’s Rehabilitation Medicine Research Center.

He has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 AAPM&R Outstanding Council Service Award-Central Nervous System Rehabilitation Council.

AAPM&R established the award to recognize service/volunteerism of Council Members who contribute to the success of the Academy and who serve its membership in ways not limited to research, education and product development.

Dr. Brown said the award has to do with work he did with others for the AAPM&R, developing an educational tool to help physicians prepare for the upcoming Brain Injury Subspecialty Board Examination.

“It is an honor to receive this award and work together with my fellow brain rehabilitation specialist colleagues,” said Brown.

He will be officially recognized on Saturday, November 15 at the 46th Walter J. Zeiter Lecture and Awards Ceremony, 9:30-11 am.

Here is Dr. Brown talking about the honor:

 

http://youtu.be/gyAtfrxPxlA?list=UU8fQzKHIhSoZeSq3bwQx4mw

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