The Neuro believes in Open Science to accelerate discovery and deliver cures.

Open Science

Growing the Open Science movement across Canada

14 Apr 2022

Spreading Open Science further will take educating ambassadors about the benefits of an open approach to research and innovation.

Q & A with the Early Drug Discovery Unit’s new director

17 Jan 2022

We spoke to Tom Durcan about his new position, the role of stem cells in disease research and some exciting new developments at the EDDU.

Announcing the winners of the Neuro-Irv and Helga Cooper Foundation Open Science Prizes

23 Nov 2021

The prizes recognize projects, services, tools, and platforms that unlock the power of Open Science in neuroscience.

Three Burning Questions with Julie McMurry

18 Nov 2021

Learn by doing. Join a project where you can see others practicing Open Science. Figure out what works for you and your team.

Three Burning Questions with Dr. Oury Monchi

2 Nov 2021

First-hand thoughts and experiences on the Open Science Journey.

We’re looking for the next big Open Science project

7 Oct 2021

Apply now for The Neuro – Irving and Helga Cooper Foundation Open Science Prizes.

Uncovering the relationship between lifestyle, personality and brain structure

17 Aug 2021

“The most defining characteristic of humans is, in my opinion, the complexity of our social systems”

The Neuro joins global ethical data sharing alliance

27 Apr 2021

Genomic data sharing can lead to the kinds of medical breakthroughs patients have been waiting decades for, but it must be done ethically.

Understanding Parkinson’s genetics with Open Science

22 Dec 2020

Dr. Ziv Gan-Or is using Open Science methods to identify genes strongly linked to Parkinson’s disease, an important step in understanding the genetics of this condition.


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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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