The 2023 Open Science in Action symposium will take place on November 30 at the Montreal neurological Institute. The symposium will focus on how Open Science is becoming the New Normal in research, featuring speakers from leading international and local initiatives.
A recently published article in the independent student-run newspaper, The Tribune, features the latest edition of The Art of Imaging Exhibition, which took place from October 14-19 in Montreal.
The cerebrum team invites you to its lecture series held most Fridays at 3 p.m. from September to April. Cerebrum brings together a group of researchers interested in neuropsychology as well as cognitive and computational neuroscience at the Université de Montréal.
Congratulations to Prof. Louis Collins for his recent election to Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada!
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.
A workshop on neural networks in electrophysiological and functional imaging will take place at the Centre de recherches mathématiques at the Université de Montréal from November 20 to December 1, 2023.
A post-doc position is available at the LIONlab at CHU Sainte-Justine for research projects aiming to characterize the brain development of healthy children and children with various clinical conditions.
The Canadian Open Parkinson Network (C-OPN) is looking to hire a national manager to coordinate the network, reporting to the director, Dr. Oury Monchi
Nominations are now open for the 2024 William Feindel Lecture and the Rising Star in Bio-imaging in Quebec award.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, can be a challenge to understand for anyone who is new to the field. In her latest blog post, PhD student Flavie Detcheverry guides us through the basics of what MRI is and the physics of how it works.