Your 1-Minute Primer
A collaborative network of world-renowned scientists, teaching hospitals, research labs and clinics and institutes, all of which share an advanced interest in molecular, cellular, systems, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience.
The B@M program promotes:
- Active partnerships with other world leading institutes
- Advanced training
- Ground-breaking research
- Unique programs in neurosciences
- Connectivity between key players
- Linking brain research with society, arts and culture
McGill University, Montreal, Canada with partners located elsewhere in the world.
- Oxford University
- Imperial College London
- Neuroscience Center of Zurich
Key institutes and McGill University departments active in neuroscience:
- Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain
- Centre for Research in Neuroscience
- Centre for Research on Language, Mind and Brain
- Douglas Mental Health University Institute
- Integrated Program in Neuroscience
- Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General
- McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)
- McGill University Vision Research
- McGill University Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery
- McGill University Department of Pharmacology
- McGill University Department of Physiology
- Montreal Language and Memory Laboratory
- Montreal Neurological Hospital & Institute
The ancestry of the B@M stretches back over close to a century of pioneering work undertaken within the McGill University community. An important milestone is the founding of the renowned Montreal Neurological Institute by Dr. Wilder Penfield in 1934. The B@M itself was launched on July 3, 2009.
McGill University is a world leader in the field and neuroscience is considered a top priority. The main objective of the B@M is to ensure the future success of neuroscience research at McGill and build on the university’s position as a leader in the field at the local, regional and international levels, to the benefit of all of society.