neuroscience

Monteal, Quebec

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Classified as: neuroscience, Research, McGill, mitacs, employment opportunity
Published on: 1 Jun 2017

March 26 is Purple Day for Epilepsy, a day to support epilepsy awareness worldwide

The Neuro has been a world leader in epilepsy treatment and research for more than 60 years. Indeed, the “Montreal Procedure” developed by The Neuro’s founder, Dr. Wilder Penfield, and his colleagues has become the standard operating procedure for the surgical treatment of epilepsy. The Neuro was also a pioneering institute in exploiting electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study and treat epilepsy.

Classified as: neuroscience, brain, epilepsy, Neuro, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, mcgill faculty of medicine research
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Published on: 26 Mar 2017

In September 2016, the federal government made an unparalleled investment in research and innovation, announcing $84 million in funding over seven years for McGill’s Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives initiative, as part of the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) program. Following this announcement, a committee for the selection of the HBHL Managing Director engaged in an extensive search and interview process. The Chair of the Selection Committee, Vice-Principal Rosie Goldstein, is now pleased to announce the appointment of Dr.

Classified as: neuroscience, innovation, brain research, Healthy Brains for Health Lives, CFREF
Published on: 20 Feb 2017

In September 2016, the federal government made an unparalleled investment in research and innovation, announcing $84 million in funding over seven years for McGill’s Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives initiative, as part of the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) program. Following this announcement, a committee for the selection of the HBHL Managing Director engaged in an extensive search and interview process. The Chair of the Selection Committee, Vice-Principal Rosie Goldstein, is now pleased to announce the appointment of Dr.

Classified as: neuroscience, innovation, Appointment, brain research, Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives
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Published on: 20 Feb 2017
Have you ever met someone who just wasn’t into music? They may have a condition called specific musical anhedonia, which affects three-to-five per cent of the population.
 
Researchers at the University of Barcelona and the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital of McGill University have discovered that people with this condition showed reduced functional connectivity between cortical regions responsible for processing sound and subcortical regions related to reward.
 
Classified as: music, neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, Robert Zatorre, society and culture, University of Barcelona, anhedonia
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Published on: 4 Jan 2017

Have you ever met someone who just wasn’t into music? They may have a condition called specific musical anhedonia, which affects three-to-five per cent of the population.

Researchers at the University of Barcelona and the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital of McGill University have discovered that people with this condition showed reduced functional connectivity between cortical regions responsible for processing sound and subcortical regions related to reward.

Classified as: neuroscience, Robert Zatorre, specific musical anhedonia, fMRI, University of Barcelona
Published on: 4 Jan 2017

When two people smell the same thing, they can have remarkably different reactions, depending on their cultural background. Researchers at the Neuro have found that even when two cultures share the same language and many traditions, their reactions to the same smells can be different.

Classified as: neuroscience, Quebec, smell, france, olfactory system, cognitive
Published on: 21 Nov 2016
McGill University will receive more than $1.1 million for CBRAIN, one of the world’s most advanced computing platforms for brain research, through the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) Cyberinfrastructure Initiative.
 
Marc Miller, Member of Parliament for Ville-Marie — Le Sud-ouest — Île-des-sœurs, made the announcement at McGill on behalf of the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, the Minister of Science.
 
Classified as: neuroscience, brain, CBRAIN, CFI, science and technology, Canada Foundation for Innovation, cyberinfrastructure, Evans, marc miller, kirsty duncan
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Published on: 15 Sep 2016

What does the 1960s Beatles hit “Girl” have in common with Astor Piazzolla’s evocative tango composition “Libertango”?

Probably not much, to the casual listener. But in the mind of one famously eclectic singer-songwriter, the two songs are highly similar. That’s one of the surprising findings of an unusual neuroscience study based on brain scans of the musician Sting.

Classified as: music, neuroscience, Daniel Levitin, brain imaging, science and technology, MRI, Sting, University of California at Santa Barbara, Scott Grafton, Neurocase
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Published on: 15 Aug 2016

McGill Newsroom

Neuron cell death may be caused by overactive immune system 

A team of scientists led by Dr. Michel Desjardins from the University of Montreal and Dr. Heidi McBride from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (MNI) at McGill University have discovered that two genes associated with Parkinson's disease (PD) are key regulators of the immune system, providing direct evidence linking Parkinson's to autoimmune disease.

Classified as: neuroscience, MNI, lupus, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, neurons, diabetes, sclerosis, neuroproject, neuroprojects, autoimmune disease, PINK1, Parkin, Parkinson's diease, PD, autoimmune, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis
Published on: 28 Jun 2016

McGill Newsroom

It’s all math: How Professor Alan Evans is using cutting-edge statistics to unravel the complexity of brain disorders.

When Alan Evans was starting out in the 1970s, researchers didn’t ask the boss to foot their bar tab. But that’s exactly what some of the coders in his Montreal Neurological Institute lab recently proposed: a 9-to-5 Saturday hackathon, held in an Irish pub a few blocks from the McGill University campus.

Classified as: neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, MNI, Alan Evans, Simulation, neuroproject, neuroprojects, brain disorder, disorder
Published on: 20 Jun 2016

McGill Newsroom

EMC working with McGill to support data storage and visualization technologies to help with the NeuroHub project

The Canadian research team that helped spearhead the international brain-mapping project known as BigBrain is about to get a major boost in its effort to produce sharply higher-resolution brain maps, thanks to technology from EMC Corporation.

Classified as: neuroscience, CBRAIN, BigBrain, Natural Sciences, Rosie Goldstein, neuroproject, neuroprojects, EMC, NeuroHub, NeuroHub project, EMC Corporation, visualization technology
Published on: 15 Jun 2016

The Neuro is recognized as a major Canadian center for ALS research and patient care. During June, designated ALS Month, The Neuro redoubles its efforts to inform the public and the media about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and urges all to help support ALS research.

Classified as: neuroscience, Neurology, ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Published on: 13 Jun 2016

By the Media Relations Office, McGill Newsroom

Spotlight on neurosciences 

Neuroinformatics stands at the intersection of neuroscience and information science. One of the world leaders in this discipline is Prof. Pedro Valdes-Sosa, General Vice-Director for Research of the Cuban Neuroscience Center (CNEURO) which he co-founded in 1990.

Classified as: neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, MNI, information science, science and technology, neuroproject, neuroprojects, podcast, Pedro Valdes-Sosa, neuroinformatics, Cuban Neuroscience Center, Havana
Published on: 2 Jun 2016

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