Achievements

Publications & Conferences

Arfaie, S., Laghaei Farimani, P., Mashayekhi, M., Hakak-Zargar, B., Fatehi Hassanabad, M., Smith-Forrester, J., . . . Das, S. (2022). The Inception of the Canadian Medical Student Interest Group in Neurosurgery (CaMSIGN): A Student-Led Platform Dedicated to Neurosurgical Education, Research, Mentorship, and Advocacy. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences / Journal Canadien Des Sciences Neurologiques, 1-2. doi:10.1017/cjn.2022.11

Arfaie, S., Mashayekhi, M., Farimani, P., Hakak-Zargar, B., Kawalec, P., Saini, J., . . . Ahmed, A. (2022). P.150 The Canadian Medical Student Interest Group in Neurosurgery (CaMSIGN) platform: A retrospective study on Canadian medical students. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences / Journal Canadien Des Sciences Neurologiques, 49(S1), S47-S47. doi:10.1017/cjn.2022.234

Laghaei Farimani, P.*, Mashayekhi, M.S.*, Arfaie, S.*, Saini, J.*, Ahmed, A.*, Hakak-Zargar, B.*, Rose-Swan, E., Kawalec, P., Ndongo Sonfack, D.J. (2022). The Canadian Medical Student Interest Group in Neurosurgery (CaMSIGN)’s CaRMS Initiative: A Nationally Accessible Resource For 2021/2022 Applicants. Ontario Student Medical Education Research Conference 2022. Poster

Arfaie, S*., Laghaei Farimani, P.*, Mashayekhi, MS.*, Ahmed, A.*, Ndongo Sonfack, D.J*, Rose-Swan, E*, Kawelec, P., Saini, J., Hakak- Zargar, B. (2022). Women in Neurosurgery Series: A New Series by the Canadian Medical Student Interest Group in Neurosurgery (CaMSIGN) for the Promotion of Equitable Representation of Women to Pursue Neurosurgery. Ontario Student Medical Education Research Conference 2022. Poster

Arfaie, S.*, L. Farimani, P., Mashayekhi, M.S.*, Hakak- Zargar, B.*, Kawelec, P., Ahmed, A., Ndongo Sonfack, D.J., Rose-Swan, E., Saini, J. (2022). The Canadian Medical Student Interest Group in Neurosurgery (CaMSIGN)’s National Multimedia Engagement: A Retrospective Study. Ontario Student Medical Education Research Conference 2022. Poster.

Awards

CaMSIGN has received $2,500 highly competitive funding from the CFMS SIGS. CFMS SIGS Program was established in 2007 to provide support and funding to medical student initiatives. The fund was established in response to the increasing number of medical student-run initiatives and the need for official and financial support from the national student organization. Learn More.

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