NeuroXXceptional

Neuro lab part of multi-centre study seeking to repair spinal cord damage

17 Jan 2022

The lab of Alyson Fournier at The Neuro is part of a multi-centre study exploring ways to repair spinal cord damage.

Anne-Louise Lafontaine – NeuroXXceptional clinical pioneer and patient advocate

7 Dec 2021

Dr. Anne Louise Lafontaine is Head of Neurology at the MUHC and Director of the Movement Disorders Clinic at The Neuro.

A clinical trial at The Neuro investigates a novel treatment for an aggressive form of genetic ALS

22 Nov 2021

The Neuro is the only site in Canada for a clinical trial testing a promising ASO therapy for ALS patients with mutations in the fused in sarcoma gene

Day in the life of a neuro-palliative care nurse

9 Nov 2021

We need to ensure that patients are treated with dignity throughout their journey

Gold-standard training for a gold-standard tool

3 Nov 2021

The ACAR Clinic at The Neuro offers its first Introductory Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised workshop to improve skills of diagnosing practitioners

OT Month Feature: Beth Robertson

27 Oct 2021

At The Neuro, OTs like Beth Robertson help patients recover from and adapt to their neurological conditions.

Beyond the bench: A conversation with Mayada Elsabbagh

13 Oct 2021

A lab is a bit like a kitchen, with a multitude of “dishes” simmering at once, ACAR's associate director tells Spectrum

A Day in the Life of an ICU Nurse

2 Oct 2021

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is an extreme workplace environment. Patients require acute care – and their condition can change within seconds. Loved ones are anxious and often in a state of shock...

Hanna Pappius turns 96

26 Jul 2021

One of The Neuro’s most distinguished scientists, Hanna Pappius, celebrates her 96th birthday today.

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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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