The Quebec Bio-Imaging Network
Promoting and facilitating bio-imaging research across Quebec
Posted on 16 February 2024
It is with great disappointment that we announce that QBIN was not selected to receive funding from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé (FRQS) via the 2024-2032 Thematic Research Networks competition.
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The next edition of the Art of Imaging exhibition will take place at the Sherbrooke Nature and Science Museum from mid-March to mid-April, with an opening event on March 14 during Brain Awareness Week.
The 2024 edition of the QBIN Scientific Day will take place on May 23rd at the downtown campus of Concordia University in Montreal. Registration is free and open to everyone!
Soapbox Science Quebec City is currently looking for female speakers for their next event on June 8, 2024. Don’t miss this great opportunity to communicate your research to the public!
The 2024 edition of the summer school on deep learning for medical imaging will take place on July 8-14, 2024 at the Ecole de Technologie Supérieure in Montreal.
On the sixth episode of the QBIN podcast, Béry Mohammediyan interviews Dr. Lea T. Grinberg, professor at the University of California San Francisco, about her career path and her role in the creation of the Brain Bank in Brazil.
On the fifth episode of the QBIN podcast (in French), Béry Mohammediyan speaks to Professor Mathieu Roy to talk about bio-imaging and pain. They explore how bio-imaging has helped researchers like Professor Roy to better understand pain, which is complex and hard to treat.
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Centre de recherche du CHU de Québec – Université Laval is currently recruiting a research professional to work in nuclear medicine and theranostics.
Posted 4 weeks ago
The Neuromobility lab at the Universiteé de Montréal is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to work in the areas of electrophysiology and neurorehabilitation with healthy participants and individuals who sustained a lesion to the spinal cord or brain.
Posted 1 month ago
Professors Christine Tardif and Mayada Elsabbagh are looking to recruit a postdoctoral fellow to work on ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging of autism spectrum disorders as part of the Quebec 1000 families (Q1K) initiative.