MS Rehab Clinical Lead and Director of EMG
Toronto, Ontario – Canada
Tania R. Bruno is a specialist physician in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a Clinician-Teacher/Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She holds a full time Staff appointment at the University Health Network—Toronto Rehab site and is the Director of EMG at Toronto Rehab as well as the Clinical Lead for the MS Rehab outpatient program.
She completed her undergraduate medical training at Queen’s University and post-graduate training at Dalhousie University where she earned a Killam Scholarship. She went on to complete a Clinical Neuromuscular and Electromyography fellowship at McGill University and is certified by the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists.
She was appointed Assistant Professor for the Departments of Medicine and Neurology/Neurosurgery at McGill and held this position until 2012 and was embedded in the EMG labs of both the Montreal Neurological Institute and the Montreal General Hospital as well as the MNI MS Clinic.
Her current clinical focus remains Electrodiagnosis and MS Rehabilitation. Her interests extend to research collaboration in the field of MS Rehabilitation, MS and Exercise, and advocacy for MS and other episodic and chronic illnesses.
Friday, November 8
12:45 PM – 2:00 PM