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NeuroHub: Open Beta

Participate in beta testing of NeuroHub and help inform the development of this powerful new platform! Operating through a web-based interface, NeuroHub allows access to powerful computational tools for data processing and streamlined systems for secure storage and sharing of multi-disciplinary data.

Through NeuroHub, users can:

Published: 11 Sep 2020

Open Call for Researchers: Piece of Mind – Research in Motion

Read the full open call in English and French.

Published: 17 Aug 2020

Apply for the McGill Neuroscience Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

Apply for the program online before August 30, 2020

Applications are now open for NeuroSphere and the Dobson Centre's Neuroscience Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.

Published: 16 Jul 2020

Launch of Helmholtz International BigBrain Analytics Learning Laboratory

Launched today, the Helmholtz International BigBrain Analytics Learning Laboratory (HIBALL) will work to create 3D brain models at an unprecedented cellular-level resolution.

Published: 26 Jun 2020

NeuroSphere assists in launch of Neurasic Therapeutics

Officially launched today, Neurasic Therapeutics is a new company aiming to advance research in opiate-sparing, pain-relieving drugs. Based on innovative research by McGill neuroscience professor Dr.

Published: 4 Jun 2020

Statement from HBHL on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Dear Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives community, We are filled with anger, pain, outrage and frustration by the recent murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and other members of the Black community in the United States. Black, Brown, and Indigenous lives cannot continue to be viewed as expendable. Unprovoked police interference with peaceful protest is unacceptable.

Published: 3 Jun 2020

Cannabis & Developing Brain Knowledge Hub Launched

In order to make research on cannabis use and brain development more accessible, the newly launched Cannabis & The Developing Brain Knowledge Hub (CADB) features curated summaries of the most recent published neuroscience literature on the subject. Led by a team of researchers from the Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital, the McGill Institute for Health & Social Policy and McGil

Published: 1 Jun 2020

Alan Evans awarded Killam Prize

Congratulations to Dr. Alan Evans, Scientific Director of HBHL, for receiving the Killam Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts. The Killam Prizes are awarded yearly to Canadian scholars who have made a significant impact in their respective fields—Dr. Evans received his award for his work furthering the understanding of the human brain.

Published: 26 May 2020

Four Core Genotypes—Sherri Lee Jones

If you missed Sherri Lee Jones' presentation as part of HBHL and Scientista's November workshop on sex- and gender-based analysis plus (SGBA+) in research, the full presentation is now available on YouTube.  

Published: 25 May 2020

HBHL/NeuroSphere Top-Up for the Mitacs Accelerate Program launched

Building on HBHL's existing partnership with Mitacs, the new HBHL/NeuroSphere Top-Up for the Mitacs Accelerate Program supports graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with an interest in bridging neuroscience and industry.

Published: 22 May 2020

Recipients of first Ignite Grant competition announced

NeuroSphere, McGill’s neuroscience innovation accelerator, is pleased to announce the ten grant recipients from its first Ignite competition, which launched in Fall 2019.

Published: 14 May 2020

Recap: NeuroSphere hosts Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Researchers

In March, NeuroSphere welcomed representatives of acceleration hubs and experts from the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Montreal for a one-day event focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship for researchers. Speakers included Yannick Roy (NeuroTechX), Christian Dansereau (Perceive AI), Dylan Wade Roskams-Edris (The Neuro), Margaret Magdesian (Ananda Devices, pictured), and more. Attendees were able to engage in networking sessions throughout the day.

Published: 14 May 2020

Get tips for working from home

As many members of the McGill community finish their fourth week of working from home, they may be experiencing difficulties from such a major shift in routine. To get some tips and tricks about establishing a balanced routine, staying focused during the day and keeping up motivation, we reached out to Joanna Harding-Duggan, a certified coach specializing in ADHD and executive functioning.

Published: 9 Apr 2020


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