We are excited to announce an opportunity for QBIN members to contribute to NeuroLibre, a groundbreaking platform for reproducible preprints.
Latest news and updates
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.
We are pleased to announce that QBIN will support five new Living Working Groups led by QBIN members.
The cégep student mentorship program is open to PhD students and postdocs in the field of bio-imaging wishing to gain valuable paid mentorship experience by hosting and mentoring two cégep students during a 10-week summer internship.
Axelys and CQDM are inviting all members of the ecosystem involved in the personalised medicine sector, including researchers from Quebec universities and companies of all sizes, to submit ideas.
The Travel for Training Awards program is now accepting applications for reimbursement of travel taking place between April 1st and July 30th 2024.
We are delighted to introduce three new members to our steering committee, each bringing unique expertise that enriches our collective knowledge and strengthens our commitment to advancing bio-imaging in Quebec.
Important research by QBIN members at the Université de Sherbrooke has led to the adoption of a new imaging test that can detect prostate cancer more quickly and more accurately than ever before.
We’re pleased to share the news of an important partnership between the Quebec Bio-Imaging Network and the TransMedTech Institute.
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.