What We Do

Help us get a head start on recovery  

The Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Clinic believes it is important to manage concussion recovery early. The research we do in the clinic helps us provide our patients with the best possible care, within 7 days of a concus​sion diagnosis. Our patients receive care and follow-up services from a team of doctors, a clinical coordinator and other health care providers, as needed, while they take part in a research study.​​

Research Publications & Presentations

At the Hull-Ellis Concussion and Research Clinic, we aim to better understand the process of recovery from concussion. Our list of publications and conference presentations aim to inform you of new research findings and improve concussion care.

How to Prepare

Learn more about what you can expect when you have a clinic appointment.​

 Materials and Resources to Help You

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​Resources from TR

Visit our Health Information section and find dedicated resources to help you understand your condition. Find the information​ you're looking for.​​​​​

Hull-Ellis team

​Our team includes:

  • Staff physicians
  • Clinic coordinator
  • Psychologists​
  • Physiotherapists
  • Administrative Assistant

 Current Studies

Are you a healthy adult aged 20-35 with no history of concussion?

We are recruiting for participation in a research study examining cognitive function. This study will compare cognitive functioning between healthy, non-concussed and acutely concussed participants across eight (8) weeks.

You may be eligible if you:

  • Are between 20 and 35 years old
  • Have at least a college level education
  • Have no history of diagnosed concussion in the last year

This study involves:

  • 3 visits to Toronto Rehab Institute (550 University Ave) across a 2-month period
  • Each study visit will be between 30 and 45 minutes long
  • Completing cognitive tests that will examine learning and memory,attention and speed of processing

For more information,

 Upcoming Conferences

Advances in Research & Clinical Practice in mTBI

February 11, 2022

Join us for an opportunity to learn about innovation and evidence driven assessments, interventions and treatment in​​ mild traumatic brain injury. This event will bring together the clinical, research and legal communities to network, learn and share research, clinical practice and personal experience in TBI. Learning objectives include:

  • Learn to incorporate evidence driven strategies to facilitate self-management of common symptoms following mTBI.
  • Hear about current research innovations that highlight recommended best practice in treatment of mTBI.
  • Gain an understanding into the legal and ethical challenges and controversies in assessing and treating mTBI.

Learn more and register:

2022 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference. Advances in Research & Clinical Practice in mTBI. February 11, 2022​​
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