Winners announced for HBHL Neuro Commercialization Ignite Grants Competition III
Published: 1 April 2022
HBHL is proud to officially announce the 10 winners of the third round of HBHL Ignite grants. The winning principle investigators and their respective projects are:
- Jeremy Cooperstock, Extending Multimodal Access to Graphical Exploration (IMAGE)
- Christopher Pack, Non-invasive control of pathological brain activity
- Yannis Trakadis, A Novel Personalized Treatment Platform
- Stefanie Blaines-Moraes, The Adaptive Reconfiguration Index: A Novel Tool for Prognosticating Recovery in Unresponsive Patients
- Yang Zhou, Gene Therapy for NDDs, a Proof-of-Concept Test in Human Neurons
- Alexandre Reynaud, Dichoptic presentation of ebooks for the treatment of amblyopia and other visual conditions
- Reza Farivar, The ICU Minder
- Manuela Ferrari, Game changer: Toward personalized diagnostics in youth mental health using Artifical Intelligence (AI) and video games
- Leonard Levin, Detection of Neurodegenerative Disorders Using Advanced Ocular Imaging
- Boris Bernhardt, BrainScores: a tool for multimodal, quantitative, and collaborative MRI analysis
The objective of the Ignite grant is to support small-scale validation/proof-of-principle efforts in the development of a neuroscience-related technology.
The Ignite grants represent the first of two phases in the HBHL Neuro-Commercialization Grants program, the aim of which is to accelerate the maturation and commercialization of neuroscience-related technology derived from research conducted at McGill.
Check out the past and present winners of the Neuro Commercialization Ignite Grants Competition.