brain

Simultaneous PET/MR Imaging for Brain, Cardiac and Cancer Research

20Jan201613:30
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The future of in vivo imaging is not only in new and improved scanner technology – with constantly augmenting sensitivity, spatial and temporal resolution – but also in our capacity, in health and...

What is your memory style?

Published: 15Dec2015

Why is it that some people have richly detailed recollection of past experiences (episodic memory), while others tend to remember just the facts without details (semantic memory)?...

There’s More Than Meets the Eye When Making Choices

Published: 14Dec2015

If you’re pondering whether to buy a Galaxy smartphone or an iPhone this holiday season, a part of the brain called the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex (PFC) might ultimately determine your choice....

Public Lecture - Notes on Feeling, Music and the Human Brain (Antonio Damasio)

22Oct201516:30
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You are invited to attend a Public Lecture entitled “Notes on Feeling, Music and the Human Brain”. This exciting keynote lecture which is part of the BRAMS Symposium will be given by Antonio...

BRAMS: The Next Ten Years

23Oct201509:00
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24Oct201517:00

Tenth anniversary symposium of the international laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research

Breakthrough in "marriage-broker" protein

Published: 12Aug2015

Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital -The Neuro, at McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre, have made a breakthrough in understanding an important...

Breakthrough in "marriage-broker" protein

Published: 12Aug2015

Discovery provides new tool for understanding and treating neurodegenerative diseases

Waiting for pleasure

Published: 4Aug2015

Researchers at McGill have clearly identified, for the first time, the specific parts of the brain involved in decisions that call for delayed gratification.

Neuro awarded over $15 M in CIHR funding

Published: 28Jul2015

Researchers get inaugural Foundation grants for high-impact, long-term programs...

Practice doesn’t always make perfect

Published: 28Jul2015

How do you get to Carnegie Hall? New research on the brain’s capacity to learn suggests there’s more to it than the adage that “practise makes perfect.” A music-training study by scientists at the...

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