Researchers at The Neuro are world leaders in cellular and molecular neuroscience, brain imaging, cognitive neuroscience and the study and treatment of neurological diseases and disorders. Here are their stories.

Research

Finding better diagnoses for rare diseases

25 Feb 2021

A group of physicians and researchers came up with a way to crowd-source neurological expertise, giving patients a better chance for accurate diagnoses.

New Faculty Spotlight: Sali Farhan

23 Feb 2021

Sali Farhan is an accomplished human genomicist who bridges the gap between the clinic and the lab.

New projects focused on autism

25 Jan 2021

Research will study role of hormones, genetics and immune response in the disorder

Year in Review 2020

23 Dec 2020

The major highlights from The Neuro during this unprecedented year

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.

Rewarding excellence in Open Science

20 Nov 2020

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.

A great time at The Neuro

17 Nov 2020

Dr. Guillermo Delgado-García visited Dr. Birgit Frauscher's lab at The Neuro in the fall of 2019 as a World Federation of Neurology (WFN) Observer.

The Azrieli Centre for Autism Research (ACAR) – taking the lead

26 Oct 2020

What ACAR means for people with autism: opportunities to participate in studies, access to clinical specialists, and hope for new interventions through innovative research models.

Journey through the brain: Part 2

5 Oct 2020

A closer look at the brain’s communication cells

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