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Today, alongside the Ontario Government's remarkable commitment of $60 million over three years to the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI), we're proud to announce that Transcendent has been selected as a key player in this groundbreaking initiative.

Our initiative, TRANSCENDENT (Transforming Research by Assessing Neuroinformatics across the Spectrum of Concussion by Embedding iNterdisciplinary Data-collection to Enable Novel Treatments), is poised to revolutionize recovery and healing for individuals impacted by concussions of all causes. With a global reach and impact, we're dedicated to advancing treatment protocols that transcend traditional approaches, leading the charge in concussion research across Ontario and beyond.

At Transcendent, we're honored to collaborate within OBI's integrated research network, working hand-in-hand with esteemed partners to pioneer innovative solutions for the millions affected by concussions. This renewed commitment from the Ontario Government reaffirms our collective dedication to advancing research, innovation, and care for individuals with brain disorders, including those grappling with the consequences of concussions.

Together with our fellow partners within OBI, including CALM (Cohort Network for Adolescents and Youth with Mental Health Multimorbidity), CAN-BIND (Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression), CP-NET (Childhood Cerebral Palsy Integrated Neuroscience Discovery Network), and POND (Province of Ontario Neurodevelopmental Disorders Network), Transcendent stands at the forefront of a transformative era in neuroscience.

We're honored to be part of this pivotal moment and remain committed to our shared goal of accelerating solutions that improve brain health and enhance the lives of individuals across Ontario and beyond.

Join us in celebrating this remarkable milestone as we embark on this journey to redefine concussion research and treatment for generations to come!

$65M for OBI to accelerate solutions that improve brain health


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