Nora Cullen BSc, MSc, MD, FRCPC
Associate Professor
Medicine (DEPMD)
Contact Info
T: (416) 243-3600 2088
West Park Healthcare Centre
82 Buttonwood Avenue
Toronto, ON, M6M 2J5
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Dr. Cullen is a specialist in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Assistant Professor at University of Toronto. Over the last 10 years she has worked on the ABI unit at Toronto Rehab treating patients with moderate to severe brain injuries, teaching medical students, residents and fellows along the way. 

She is an investigator in several research projects in the area of acquired brain injury recovery and has a clinical interest in neuropharmacology. 

Dr. Cullen is the Chair of NepalAbility, a group that sends interprofessional teams to Nepal every six months to teach disability management to staff in rural hospitals in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains.

Publications and Awards

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Recent Publications

  1. Readmission following hypoxic ischemic brain injury: a population-based cohort study.
    CMAJ Open. 2018 Oct-Dec;6(4):E568-E574
    Chan V, Stock D, Jacob B, Cullen N, Colantonio A
  2. Research Priorities for Optimizing Long-term Community Integration after Brain Injury.
    Can J Neurol Sci. 2018 Nov;45(6):643-651
    Nalder EJ, Zabjek K, Dawson DR, Bottari CL, Gagnon I, McFadyen BJ, Hunt AW, McKenna S, Ouellet MC, Giroux S, Cullen N, Niechwiej-Szwedo E, ONF-REPAR ABI Team
  3. Association between cognitive ability and functional outcomes following traumatic brain injury- using a computer-based neurocognitive battery.
    Brain Inj. 2018 Sep 05;:1-6
    Zarshenas S, Cullen N
  4. Predictors of Discharge Destination From Acute Care in Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review.
    J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2018 May 31;:
    Zarshenas S, Colantonio A, Alavinia SM, Jaglal S, Tam L, Cullen N
  5. Predictors of discharge destination from acute care in patients with traumatic brain injury.
    BMJ Open. 2017 Aug 31;7(8):e016694
    Zarshenas S, Tam L, Colantonio A, Alavinia SM, Cullen N