Results of the 2022-2023 Pilot Projects competition

Congratulations to the winners of the latest Pilot Projects competition! The program offers funding in the amount of $20,000 to support pilot projects related to multi-center and multidisciplinary bio-imaging projects in humans and/or animal models.

We wish all the researchers the best of success with their projects!

Christophe GrovaConcordia UniversityMultimodal investigation of the cerebellar neurovascular response with simultaneous fNIRS and fMRI
Dominique TrudelUniversité de Montréal, département de pathologie et biologie cellulaire; CRCHUM, axe cancerLong-term live imaging of a 3D in vitro model of aggressive prostate cancer by 3D point-spread-function microscopy
Edith DurandUniversité du Québec à Trois-RivièresRôle des sulcus temporaux supérieurs dans l’imitation de la parole
Laurent Létourneau-GuillonUniversité de Montréal (CRCHUM)Development and Clinical Validation of an Automated Intracranial Artery Analysis Toolbox based on CT Angiography
Mahsa DadarMcGill UniversityDeveloping a post-mortem MRI dataset and processing pipeline for Douglas Bell Canada Brain Bank specimens
Maiya GeddesMcGill University/Montreal Neurological InstituteUnderstanding the neural correlates of the influence of music on hippocampal-dependent memory performance in healthy younger and older adults
Marie-Hélène BoudriasMcGill UniversityIdentification of EEG biomarkers of Post COVID-19 Condition Symptoms
Martin SimoneauUniversité Laval/centre de recherche CirrisComparing algorithms for assessing brain oscillations during electrical vestibular stimulation
Mathieu PichéUniversité du Québec à Trois-RivièresElectroencephalographic investigation of the pain cognition interactions
Simon DucharmeDouglas Research Center, McGill UniversityBiomarkers and Clinical Predictors of Cognitive Decline in Older Adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses