Nicholas Sader, MD
Dr. Sader is currently a fifth year neurosurgery resident at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He is pursuing his MSc in clinical epidemiology under the supervision of Dr. Jay Riva-Cambrin and Dr. Keith Yeates. His project focuses on if a novel MRI technique called quantitative susceptibility mapping can help diagnose and predict recovery of concussion in children. The study’s results will provide insights into how mild TBI affects brain structure and help promote advances in clinical care for children with a concussion by facilitating diagnosis and recovery prediction.