Research Seminar - 'PRAM' with TBD
Speaker: Hitoshi Fukuda, Kochi University Hospital
Lecture: Clinical Research of Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage in a Single Center Setting
Host: Benjamin W. Y. Lo
In partnership between the Montreal Neurological Institute & Hospital’s ALS Clinic & the ALS Society of Quebec, we are pleased to invite you to an educational day on all aspects of care of patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. This event is ideal for community physicians, employees of CLSCs, rehab centers, palliative care centers, and anyone with an interest in the care of patients with ALS.
The Social Equity Undergraduate Research Symposium is a new project organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office (SEDE) at McGill University. It is the culmination and celebration of research conducted by students who have received Social Equity Undergraduate Research Awards, an initiative which aims to provide research opportunities for undergraduate students, by allocating funds for them to conduct research involving strong components pertaining to equity, diversity, and social justice.
Speaker: Benjamin N.R. Cheyettte
Host: Ed Ruthazer
The 10th Annual Denis Melançon Neuroradiology Conference will take place on October 13, 2017. This annual conference was first established to honour Dr. Melançon for his dedication to patient care and his commitment to training the next generation of neuroradiologists. The focus this year will be on the ‘Brain Tumour’ with presentations by experts from The Neuro and McGill University beginning at 9:00. This year our program will feature three keynote talks given by Dr.
We are extremely excited to announce that the 'Run for Ovarian Cancer' is back this year!
The 'Run for Ovarian Cancer' will be held on Sunday October 15 2017, at the Roosevelt Park in the Town of Mount Royal. Quebec. This run is catered for one and all; hence, you may choose to either walk or run for 2, 5 or 10 kilometres.
Patients who are diagnosed with a brain tumour are now living 200% longer, and with better quality of life, than they were just ten years ago.
The Brain Tumour Program at The Neuro is one of the largest and most comprehensive brain tumour research and treatment programs in the country.
The goal of the Brain Tumour Research Centre is to develop and fund translational research to identify new, promising agents and strategies in the laboratory and to ensure that they are brought quickly to the patients who need them.
Wilder Penfield Lecture 2017
Dr. Yoshua Bengio will deliver the 2017 Wilder Penfield Lecture entitled, “Deep Learning” at 4:00 p.m. on November 2, 2017, at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro). A reception will follow.
11th Organizational Behaviour in Health Care (OBHC) Conference
Coordinating Care Across Boundaries and Borders
Sunday, May 13 to Wednesday, May 16, 2008, Montreal, Canada