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  • Perri Tutelman, BHSc. (Hons)

Supervisor:

Dr. Christine T. Chambers

Program of Study:

PhD in Clinical Psychology

Project Title:

Pediatric Cancer Pain Management at Home

Scholarships and/or Awards:

  • Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2016
  • Graduate Studentship Award (Honourary), IWK Health Centre, 2016
  • McCarlie Award (top ranked child health IWK studentship applicant), 2016
  • Cancer Research Training Program (CRTP) Traineeship Award 2016
  • Scotia Scholars Award (PhD; Honourary), Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation, 2016
  • Colleen Elliot Award for Excellence in Cancer Research, Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation, 2016 
  • Nova Scotia Graduate Scholarship (PhD; Honourary), Dalhousie University, 2016
  • Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 2015
  • Killam Predoctoral Scholarship (Level 1; Honourary), Dalhousie University, 2015
  • Scotia Scholars Award (Master’s; Honourary), Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation, 2015                                            
  • Nova Scotia Graduate Scholarship (Master's; Honourary), Dalhousie University, 2015
  • D.O. Hebb Master's Post-Graduate Prize, Dalhousie University Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, 2015

Career Aspirations:

My clinical and research interests lie in the area of pediatric health psychology, and the role of psychosocial and family variables in childhood pain. My long-term goal is to become a clinician-scientist with a program of research focused on evaluating and addressing psychosocial health in children with cancer and their families. 

Location:

IWK Health Centre

Publications:

Tutelman, P.R., & Chambers, C.T. (in press).  Moving from Knowledge to Action in Pediatric Pain: A Look at the Past, Present and Future. Pediatric Pain Letter. 

Tutelman, P. R., Aubert, G., Milner, R. A., Dalal, B. I., Schultz, K. R. & Deyell, R. J. (2013). Paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria phenotype cells and leucocyte subset telomere length in childhood acquired aplastic anaemia. British Journal of Haematology. doi: 10.1111/bjh.12656

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