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Updated: Mon, 07/15/2024 - 16:07

Gradual reopening continues on downtown campus. See Campus Public Safety website for details.

La réouverture graduelle du campus du centre-ville se poursuit. Complément d'information : Direction de la protection et de la prévention.

Study shows how our brains sync hearing with vision

Published: 11 May 2021

To make sense of complex environments, brain waves constantly adapt, compensating for drastically different sound and vision processing speeds...

Bridging the gap between AI and the clinic

Published: 7 February 2020

The power of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine lies in its ability to find important statistical patterns in large datasets. A study published today is an important proof of concept for how...

Bridging the gap between AI and the clinic

Published: 30 January 2020

Open source app helps predict brain tumour malignancy and patient survival ...

TELE-QUEBEC | La stimulation magnétique renforce la mémoire

Published: 12 February 2018

Sylvain Baillet, chercheur à l'Institut neurologique de Montréal, étudie la mémoire de travail auditive, cette mémoire qui nous permet de retenir les derniers sons entendus pendant quelques...

Predicting when a sound will occur relies on the brain’s motor system

Published: 5 October 2017

Research shows how the brain’s motor signals sharpen our ability to decipher complex sound flows...

Brain responses found to originate from previously unknown source

Published: 6 April 2016

Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital at McGill University have made an important discovery about the human auditory system and how to study it, findings that could lead to...

Dr. Computer

Published: 20 March 2017

Deep learning transforming neuroscience research...

Improving memory with magnets

Published: 27 March 2017

Discovery expands our understanding of how we remember sound...

Neuro researchers receive grants from Canada Brain Research Fund

Published: 27 April 2017

Brain diseases and disorders are the leading cause of disability, directly affecting one in three Canadians as well as millions of family members, friends, colleagues and caregivers. The Government...

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