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The accolades keep coming for UHN's Dr. Charles Tator, a neurosurgeon at Toronto Western Hospital and founder of ThinkFirst Canada.
This year, he and Dr. Paul Echlin were awarded top spot in the Globe and Mail's Sports Power of 50 ranking for their research in concussions and efforts in educating athletes on dealing with concussions effectively. Last year Tator was named one of seven Canadians changing the world by the Globe and Mail.
With so many prestigious awards, one might think that there would be no honours left to bestow on Dr. Tator, but in honour of his accomplishments, the Globe and Mail has also created his own hockey card!
To read more about Drs. Tator and Echlin and see their hockey cards, click here.