Brain Canada

More than $1.8M to support open EEG data

Published: 1Apr2021

Brain Canada grant will aid research into neurodevelopmental, psychiatric, and neurodegenerative disorders...

Major funding announced for brain imaging at The Neuro

Published: 3Mar2021

$4.67M from Brain Canada will help probe the brain’s mysteries and create international research links...

Multiple ALS projects at The Neuro awarded funding

Published: 15Feb2021

Program brings together multidisciplinary teams with expertise in various areas of neurodegenerative disease...

Four early-career researchers receive leadership grants

Published: 9Nov2020

Brain Canada program supports paradigm-shifting neuroscience that improves the lives of Canadians...

Neuro researchers receive grants from Canada Brain Research Fund

Published: 27Apr2017

Brain diseases and disorders are the leading cause of disability, directly affecting one in three Canadians as well as millions of family members, friends, colleagues and caregivers. The Government...

Major ALS Research Funding Announced

Published: 23Nov2016

MNI scientists will study stem cells, genetic mutations to develop new treatments...

MNI scientist receives $1.5M grant for Parkinson's/ALS research

Published: 2Feb2017

CQDM and Brain Canada join forces again in the funding of two new research projects to address unmet needs in brain research...

The Neuro joins neuroscience data sharing partnership

Published: 19Feb2018

Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform will make disseminating and publishing data easier...

Neuro researchers receive early-career grants

Published: 11Mar2019

Adrien Peyrache and Stuart Trenholm will study epilepsy and vision...

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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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