The Neuro’s Director, Dr. Guy Rouleau.

"Our new researchers are some of the best minds in neuroscience today. I am incredibly proud to call them Neuro researchers."

- Dr. Guy Rouleau, Director of The Neuro

I Choose The Neuro

New Faculty Spotlight: Maiya Geddes

11 Feb 2020

“As a clinician scientist, I deeply value the opportunity to impact the lives of patients, to work in a multidisciplinary environment and to train the next generation of experts.”

New faculty spotlight: Xiaoqian Chai

13 Jan 2020

"What excites me about The Neuro is the stimulating environment and its long tradition of excellence in brain research."

New faculty spotlight: Jo Anne Stratton

7 Jan 2020

“I first became interested in becoming a scientist during my undergraduate studies after seeing my father’s disease progress to a point where he was living in a wheelchair”

New faculty spotlight: Jean-François Poulin

6 Jan 2020

"As soon as we identify the neurons that are involved in dysfunctional circuits that cause disease, we can determine the molecular signature."

New faculty spotlight: Joshua Aaron Sonnen

6 Jan 2020

“I enjoy knowledge for its own sake, but what gets me out of bed is that what we learn is going to help people fight some really difficult diseases.”

New faculty spotlight: Blake Richards

6 Jan 2020

"We want to use what we learn from the brain to inform new AI systems that have capabilities that machines lack."

New faculty spotlight: Yang Zhou

6 Jan 2020

"The Neuro is an amazing place because it’s a very good mixture of basic neuroscience research and clinical neuroscience."

New researchers bring new ideas

27 Aug 2019

Scientists will explore AI, neural circuits, autism, and many other exciting fields

Discovering the genes responsible for brain diseases

26 Apr 2019

Dr. Lan Xiong's main research objective is discovering the genes that influence the development of disorders such as schizophrenia and autism.

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The Neuro is 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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