Rosemary Bagot amongst the recipients of the Research Corporation for Science Advancement Scialog Initiative

Scialog: Molecular Basis of Cognition Funding awarded to 7 research teams, including Ludmer Centre's Principal Investigator, Rosemary Bagot

Seven collaborative teams of early career researchers have won funding for projects to advance understanding of the processes that underlie memory and cognition in the second year of Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s Scialog: Molecular Basis of Cognition initiative. The 19 individual awards of $50,000 in direct costs will go to 17 researchers from a variety of institutions in the United States and Canada, including McGill University's Rosemary Bagot.

The initiative is sponsored by RCSA, the Frederick Gardner Cottrell Foundation, and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR), with additional award funding from The Kavli Foundation, the Walder Foundation, and the Azrieli Foundation.

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