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Kate  Einarson, Ph.D. - Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Toronto, ON, CA

Kate Einarson, Ph.D.

Knowledge Translation (KT) Specialist | Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Toronto, ON, CANADA

I'm a behavioural scientist working to ensure that health research makes a difference. My favourite questions are "so what?" and "now what?"






Interpersonal Synchrony Increases Prosocial Behavior in Infants - Video Abstract Discover Psychology - Kate Einarson: Let the Music Move Your Feet Kate Einarson, 3MT 2013



Areas of Expertise (6)

Behavioral Science

Knowledge Translation

Dissemination and Implementation

Science Communication

Child Development

Arts Education

Accomplishments (6)

YWCA Hamilton Young Woman of Distinction award, runner-up (personal)

2015 nominee

Teaching Merit Award for New Faculty (professional)

Annual award by the McMaster Students Union 2014 recipient

Dean's Award for Excellence in Knowledge Mobilization and Innovation (professional)

Annual award by the McMaster School of Graduate Studies 2014 recipient

Herb Jenkins Discovery Scholar Award (professional)

Annual award by the McMaster Alumni Association 2013 recipient

Dean's Award for Excellence in Communicating Graduate Research (professional)

Annual award by the McMaster Students Union 2013 recipient

People’s Choice Award winner, McMaster Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) (professional)

Inaugural McMaster 3MT competition 2013 winner

Education (3)

McMaster University: Ph.D., Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour

SickKids Hospital: Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate (KTPC)

University of Manitoba: B.A. (Adv), Linguistics and Psychology

Media Appearances (5)

Childhood: The rhythm of helpful babies

The New York Times  print


June 2014

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At the Wee Festival, performance art is child’s play

Toronto Star  print


May 2014

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McMaster Educators Lauded at MSU Teaching Awards Ceremony

McMaster Daily News  online


March 2014

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Kate Einarson wins People’s Choice Award for her three-minute thesis

Logberg Heimskringla: The Icelandic Community Newspaper  print


August 2013 (see page 3)

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McMaster psych grad student wins 3-minute thesis People's Choice Award

CBC Hamilton  tv


May 2013

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