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IPN Graduate Neuroscience

  • PhD Candidate in the De Villers-Sidani lab

    Kim Miredin

    PhD Candidate in the De Villers-Sidani lab

  • PhD Candidate, studies the inflammatory contribution of glial cells to depressio

    Gabriela Torres-Platas

    PhD Candidate, studies the inflammatory contribution of glial cells in the etiology of depression and suicide in the Mechwar Lab at the Douglas Institute.

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  • PhD Candidate (centre) in the Neuroimaging of Epilepsy Laboratory

    Seok Jun Hong

    PhD Candidate (centre) in the Neuroimaging of Epilepsy Laboratory led by Drs. Andrea and Neda Bernasconi

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  • PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, studies mechanisms of inhibitory neurotransm

    Julia Nantes

    PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, studies mechanisms of inhibitory neurotransmission related to remission from symptoms of multiple sclerosis in the Neurorehabilitation Research Centre led by Dr. Koski.

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  • PhD Candidate, recipient of the 2013 Desjardins Outstanding Stu

    Aaron Johnstone

    PhD Candidate, recipient of the 2013 Desjardins Outstanding Student Award, studies axon degeneration in the Barker lab

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  • 2014 Vanier Scholar and IPN PhD student, studies the regulation of brain plastic

    Miguel Cisneros-Franco

    PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, studies the regulation of brain plasticity in the aging brain - inhibitory mechanisms in the De Villers-Sidani Lab.

  • PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, studies immune influences on neuronal viabil

    Camille Juzwik

    PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, studies immune influences on neuronal viability and repair in multiple sclerosis in the Fournier Lab.

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  • PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, 2013 Lloyd Carr-Harris Graduate Fellowship w

    Daina Crafa

    PhD Candidate, 2014 Vanier Scholar, 2013 Lloyd Carr-Harris Graduate Fellowship winner, studies the neuroal responses to social context aggravate symptoms of schizophrenia after immigration in the Brodeur Lab.

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  • PhD Candidate, studies the studies the cellular mechanisms of ALS pathologies

    Michael Tibshirani

    PhD Candidate, studies the cellular mechanisms of ALS pathologies in the Durham Lab

The Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN) at McGill University is an inter-disciplinary, inter-departmental graduate program. With more than 300 graduate students and over 180 IPN professors, the IPN is Canada’s largest graduate neuroscience program. The IPN spans the full spectrum of neuroscientific fields of research, from cellular and molecular neuroscience to behavioral and cognitive neuroscience.