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

Tiny fish could be key to ALS breakthrough

7 Jun 2018

Gary Armstrong uses an aquarium in his new drug-screening program

Neuro supporters win prestigious volunteer award

13 Nov 2017

Marie-Claude Lacroix and Ivan Boulva have helped raise millions for brain cancer research

La Fondation des Jumelles Coudé: Advancing Research into Rare Disease

30 Oct 2017

Since its creation, the foundation has distributed over one million dollars in donations to support the research of Dr. Guy Rouleau

Third annual A Brilliant Night raises largest amount yet

26 Oct 2017

More than 800 people gathered for A Brilliant Night on October 18 at Le Salon Richmond for the third edition of this chic cocktail dinatoire.

Winning big to fight brain cancer

28 Jun 2017

“I feel as though I need to give back to express my gratitude and appreciation for the group at the Montreal Neurological Institute."

Thanking our Volunteers

25 Apr 2017

At The Neuro, volunteers help us collect donations, organize events, raise awareness and visit patients in the hospital.

Josie Maiorino Arcobelli

9 Mar 2017

There is nothing simple about being told you have a brain tumor, as your mind quickly wanders off to the worst possible situations; “What happens to me now?”

Francis Boulva Memorial Fund: 2016 Report

31 Dec 2016

The Francis Boulva Memorial Fund propels cutting-edge brain cancer research at The Neuro

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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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