Women scientists and clinicians are creators and changemakers, expanding the boundaries of human knowledge. Here are their stories.


Living with ALS and making a difference

30 Nov 2023

My name is Kris Noakes. As someone living with ALS, I have decided to donate my patient data and biological samples to The Neuro’s C-BIG biobank– the world’s largest biobank for neurological...

A conversation with WHO Caregiver Skills Training Program Master Trainers

16 Nov 2022

Marla Cable and Rebecca Fenton share what motivates them to empower Canadian caregivers and service providers to better support children with neurodevelopmental conditions

Meet Noémie Hébert-Lalonde

12 Sep 2022

Neuropsychologist and trainer in autism diagnosis, Noémie shares her motivations and why collaboration and knowledge transfer are so important to autism research and care

Christine Tardif: advancing medical imaging

3 Aug 2022

Christine Tardif uses her computer engineering education to investigate the brain.

New faculty spotlight: Justine Cléry

2 Aug 2022

Justine Cléry's research aims to identify and understand how the mechanisms involved in sensory processing and social cognition evolve across a person's lifetime.

A personal and scientific journey into Parkinson's disease

7 Apr 2022

Neuroscientist Heidi McBride shares her family history of Parkinson's and what she hopes to accomplish in understanding the disease.

A day in the life of a neuropsychologist

4 Mar 2022

Julie Scorah gives us a look into her work at the ACAR Clinic and how the pandemic has changed autism care

“I love that I have a job that brings good into the world”

21 Feb 2022

Dr. Mandy Steiman, clinical psychologist and diagnostician, talks about what drives her work, misconceptions about standardized autism assessments and why empathy is key to her practice


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