Sleep, treatment, acquired brain injury (ABI), neuropsychiatric sequelae, behavior, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), ABI Clinic
Dr. Chanth Seyone became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (Psychiatry) in 1996, following which he did a Fellowship in Neuropsychiatry, Sleep Medicine and Community Psychiatry. He is the Founding Director of the Acquired Brain Injury Clinic, Neuropsychiatry Program, at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network. This clinic was established by him to assess and manage patients with brain injuries acquired after birth. It also attempts to follow patients longitudinally.
In addition, Dr. Seyone consults to a number of community based brain injury organizations and various legal and insurance firms. Dr. Seyone is active in teaching undergraduate, as well as graduate students, other doctors and allied health-care professionals. He is on the academic faculty of the University of Toronto and holds the rank of Assistant Professor.
He has won the prestigious Ivan silver Award for Excellence in Mental Health Education for a workshop titled “A Road Map to Acquired Brain Injury”. He continues to organize CME accredited workshops and has a number of forthcoming presentations. He is involved in research and has numerous publications and presentations to his credit.