2018 Symposium - Recipients

At the 7th Annual Road Safety Research Network of Quebec Conference, held at the École nationale d'administration publique, ten awards totaling $7,250 were presented to student members of the Network.

Contest of scientific articles - 2017

1st prize ($1,500)
Derek Albert, doctoral candidate, McGill University (under the supervision of Thomas G. Brown et Marie Claude Ouimet)

2nd prize ($1,000)
Ting Fu, doctoral candidate, McGill University (under the supervision of Luis Miranda-Moreno et Nicolas Saunier)

3rd prize ($500)
Dorrie Rizzo, doctoral candidate, Université de Montréal (under the supervision of Eva Libman and Gilles Lavigne)

Contest for presentation at a conference or symposium - Spring 2018

Scholarships of $1,000
Nathaniel Moxley-Kelly, master's student, McGill University (under the supervision of Thomas G. Brown)

  • Differential benefits from brief motivational interviewing vs. An information and advice intervention for distinct subgroups
    Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP-ACPSER) Conference 2018, June 10, 2018 - June 13, 2018
    Victoria, Canada

Dorrie Rizzo, PhD candidate, Université de Montréal (under the supervision of Eva Libman and Gilles Lavigne)

  • Good driving behavior: A reasonable predictor of CPAP adherence?
    SLEEP 2018 - 32nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC (APSS), June 2, 2018 - June 6, 2018
    Baltimore, United States

Student poster contest

1st prize ($1,000)
Frédéric Lefebvreundergraduate student, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (under the supervision of Martin Lavallière)  

  • La formation en conduite automobile des premiers répondants : synthèse des connaissances

2nd prize ($500)
Dorrie Rizzo, doctoral candidate, Université de Montréal (under the supervision of Eva Libman and Gilles Lavigne)

  • Good driving behavior: A reasonable predictor of CPAP adherence?

3rd prize ($250) - Tied
Stéphane Bergeron, undergraduate student, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (under the supervision of Martin Lavallière) 

  • Évaluation des capacités de conduire un véhicule de promenade chez des participants atteints d'ataxie récessive spastique de Charlevoix-Saguenay (ARSCS)

Jesse Michaels, doctoral candidate, Université de Montréal (under the supervision of Jocelyn Faubert) 

  • Importance de la charge mentale et des mesures perceptivo-cognitives pour évaluer les différences liées à l'âge lors de la conduite automobile en simulateur

José Ignacio Nazif-Muñoz, postdoctoral fellow, University of Sherbrooke (under the supervision of Marie Claude Ouimet) 

  • Does the legalization of cannabis consumption and production increase traffic fatalies and robberies? The case of Uruguay