Genomic data sharing can lead to the kinds of medical breakthroughs patients have been waiting decades for, but it must be done ethically.
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.
After examining dozens of impressive submissions from across the globe, a committee of judges has finalized the winning entries for The Neuro Open Science in Action Prizes.
Its director, Dr. Jason Karamchandani, is calling on researchers to access the data and provide feedback to improve the data portal over time.
While some neurological patients fit a typical disease profile, others are harder to define. Dr. Roberta La Piana is building a database of patients with genetic leukoencephalopathies.
A new Parkinson’s network is inviting people living with the disease to help improve lives of patients and ultimately discover a cure.
The Neuro is one of only three non-EU associated partners in newly formed consortium EUbOPEN, focused on generating open-access tools to unlock disease biology, with a budget of 66 million euros.
In the wake of COVID19, the world is scrambling to figure out how to continue the functions of normal life while confined to a much smaller world of couches and home offices.
Neuroscience grad student programs mobile app to track COVID19 in Quebec.
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