The Neuro relies on our loyal community of donors in order to unlock the mysteries behind some of the most devastating neurological diseases and disorders of our time, and to help the patients and families affected by them. Here are their stories.

Giving Stories

The Neuro Cares Fund – Supporting patients beyond the bedside

31 Oct 2019

The Neuro Cares Fund provides assistance to cover expenses such as groceries, medication, utilities, transportation, medical equipment, and more

Donors make a difference

18 Oct 2019

Future funds will let scientists study recurrent glioblastoma and cancer genomics at the single cell level

Fundraising for those we’ve lost

18 Oct 2019

A Brilliant Night is a way to take action for those impacted by brain cancer

‘Seeing’ clearly into the brain

13 Jun 2019

The Neuro is world’s first R&D site for innovative new brain camera

$4M for open science drug screening

4 Jun 2019

Funds will support development of precision therapies for ALS and Parkinson’s disease

The Neuro-CareAxis Partnership

27 May 2019

Relieving spine pain and reducing surgical wait times for patients across Quebec

Giving is truly a blessing

13 Dec 2018

Gabrielle Arsenault distributes Blessing Bags to the homeless

Nancy Champagne - Supporting Brain Tumour Research one T-Shirt at a Time

11 Dec 2018

I am determined to do all that I can to champion this important cause, which deserves so much more awareness and support than it currently receives.

Tanya Ladouceur - Stopping the seizures

8 Nov 2018

"I was immediately impressed and amazed by their demeanour, care, compassion and most importantly, their knowledge."

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The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) is a bilingual academic healthcare institution. We are a McGill research and teaching institute; delivering high-quality patient care, as part of the Neuroscience Mission of the McGill University Health Centre. We are proud to be a Killam Institution, supported by the Killam Trusts.

 

 

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