Neuro Killam Seminar Series

Supported by the generosity of the Killam Trusts, The Neuro's Killam Seminar Series invites outstanding guest speakers whose research is of interest to the scientific community at The Neuro and McGill University.

Seminars are held on Tuesday afternoons at 4:00 pm in the de Grandpré Communications Centre in the Brain Tumour Research Centre.  In the spirit of The Neuro designation as an Open Science Institute some lecturers have agreed to have their lectures live-streamed on The Neuro Youtube channel.  


For information on the series, please contact
Dr. Alyson Fournier
Telephone: (514) 398-3154 or
killamlectures.mni [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

Killam Seminar: The Cellular Basis for Somatosensation and Pain

14Jan202016:00
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  Speaker: Patrik Ernfors, Karolinska Institute Host: Philippe Seguela

Herbert Jasper Lecture: ‘Zipping’ and ‘unzipping’ the hippocampal index code

28Apr202016:00
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17:00

The 2020 Herbert Jasper Lecture will be delivered by Bruce L. McNaughton, AIHS Polaris Research Chair at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. His lecture is entitled ’Zipping’ and ...

Killam Seminar Series 2019-2020

12May202016:00
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  Speaker: David Dupret, Oxford University Host: Adrien Peyrache

Killam Seminar Series 2019-2020

10Mar202016:00
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17:00

  Speaker: William Ronney Host: Sridar Narayanan

Killam Seminar Series 2019-2020

7Apr202016:00
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17:00

  Speaker: Jason Karlawish, Raston-Penn Center Host: Nathan Spreng

Dorothy J Killam Lecture: Cell type classification and circuit mapping in the mouse brain

15Apr202015:00
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The Neuro's DJK Lecture was established in 2004 to recognize women of influence in business, science, politics or the humanities.

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