Neuroscience Student Research event

On Monday, March 13, 2017, Neuroscience undergraduate students will present their research projects in the Atrium of the Bellini Life Sciences Complex; see below for the schedule. Friends, family, lab mates, professors, other students: All are welcome!

Location and Schedule

  • Monday, March 13, 2017
  • 6:00 pm - poster presentation and public viewing
  • 7:30 pm - Q & A session

The event will be located in the Atrium of the Bellini Life Sciences Complex [map] and will be open to all.

Including

  • student research posters
  • info on research opportunities
  • info on the BSc Neuroscience program
  • refreshments

Presenting

Caitlin Courchesne, "Investigating classical calpain activation properties in Aplysia californica"
Jessica Wang, "Evaluation of the Possible Effect of Biofeedback Training on ADHD: The Role of Ongoing Brain Oscillations"
Michael Pratte, "Investigating Neuron-Astrocyte Interaction with Focused Ion Beam Milling Scanning Electron Microscopy (FIBSEM)"
Chloe Lim, "Development of a behavioural measure of skills subserving target-in-noise perception"
Bennet Desormeau, "Identification of Neural Substrates Underlying Neuroplasticity Events Induced by Acute Cardiovascular Exercise"
Yacine Mahdid, "Automatic Pipeline for EEG Network Processing"
Fabien Wehbé, "Face recognition : the influence of face identity noise"
Jimmy Tan, "I can find love, get a job, and shop online, but why can't I find mental health services?"

Contact

ryan.bouma [at] mcgill.ca (Ryan Bouma)