Join us on Thursday, May 2, in the Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre at The Neuro!
The HBHL Symposium is designed to showcase the vision, goals and priorities of McGill's most ambitious interdisciplinary brain and mental health research initiative. Join us for a day of thoughtful exchange on our four research themes that will spark new ideas, collaboration and innovation, not only within McGill but across the Canadian and international neuroscience communities.
Registration is closed! To put your name on the waiting list, please email hbhl [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Please%20add%20me%20to%20the%20HBHL%20Symposium%20waiting%20list) .
Highlights of the HBHL Symposium:
- Keynote presentations by world-leading experts in the field of neuroscience
- Progress reports from senior HBHL researchers who lead our Discovery and Innovative Ideas projects
- HBHL funding and activities updates
- Opportunities to network and form collaborations
- Complimentary lunch & refreshments, and reception to close the day
The Symposium is part of HBHL's annual two-day event, along with our Research Day.
For more information about the HBHL Symposium, please contact hbhl [at] mcgill.ca.
You'll find the Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre in the North Wing of The Neuro, 3801 University Ave. Consult the map for details.
|8:00||Breakfast & Registration|
Keynote Lecture: The Situated Brain: Advancing Population Neuroscience and Healthy Lives
Discovery Fund: Integrative analytics for multi-modal, multi-scale neuroscience
Discovery Fund: A platform for biocomputational models of neurodegenerative disease
|9:55||Coffee & Networking|
Keynote Lecture: Imaging Genetics: Advances, Pitfalls & Assumptions
Innovative Ideas Flash Talks!
Nathan Spreng, In vivo cholinergic markers of Alzheimer’s disease progression
|12:00||Lunch & Networking|
Discovery Fund: Translational neuroscience and Canadian society
Discovery Fund: Brain plasticity mediating improved memories through online and offline stimulation methods in healthy adults and patients with a chronic neurological condition
|14:15||Coffee & Networking|
Moderator: Alan Evans, Scientific Director, Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives, McGill University
Thank you to our funders and sponsors!
Major Sponsors of the 2019 HBHL Symposium and Research Day
General Sponsors of the 2019 HBHL Symposium and Research Day