Applications for the Accelerate Grants are now open for those HBHL-funded researchers whose projects have successfully completed the Ignite Phase of the Neuro Commercialization Grants. The NeuroSphere team will be in touch with researchers whose projects have been determined by the HBHL Innovation Committee to be ready to move on to the Accelerate phase.
Dear Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives community,
A new $1.7M collaboration between McGill University, Raya Therapeutic (Montreal) and Eikonizo Therapeutics (Cambridge, Massachusetts) will enable researchers to conduct clinical trials to assess the efficacy of six different drug candidates for the treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Launch of McGill-Douglas – Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry International Collaborative Initiative in Adversity and Mental Health
Announced today, the McGill-Douglas – Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry International Collaborative Initiative in Adversity and Mental Health is the first international effort devoted to understanding the biology behind how early-life adversity can increase the risk of psychiatric disorders over the course of an individual’s life.
Apply online by May 18, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. EDT.
Turn your scientific idea into a viable startup through the 2021 McGill Neuroscience LEAN Startup Program!
NeuroSphere, the McGill platform dedicated to innovation and partnership in neuroscience research, is proud to award scholarships for the
HBHL and myPath invite you to register for the Peer Pathways Program!
In 2020, Dr. Alan Evans received the prestigious Killam Prize in Health Sciences for his innovative research in brain imaging and neuroinformatics.
Published in September 2020, Culture, Mind, and Brain: Emerging Concepts, Models, and Applications, provides insight into the connections between brain interactions and the cultural world around us.
Application Deadline: January 8, 2021View the complete posting and apply
Join the HBHL team!
HBHL is happy to announce new Leaders for Research Themes 1 and 4, as well as Associate Theme Leaders for all four of HBHL's research themes.