A Promising New Noninvasive Measure of Cerebrovascular Reactivity: Not Yet Cerebral Autoregulation
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FAZ has received salary support for dedicated research time. Such salary support comes from: the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship, the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada—Harry S. Morton Travelling Fellowship in Surgery and the University of Manitoba Clinician Investigator Program. FAZ’s research program is supported through the Thorlakson Chair in Surgical Research Establishment Grant.
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