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Neuroscience at McGill is internationally recognized for historical contributions to the field and for high impact in contemporary disciplines from molecular and cellular biology to brain imaging and cognitive neuroscience.

The Neuro is the hub of neuroscience at McGill where excellent training in neuroscience is also offered in departments such as Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Computer Science and Engineering, Music, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Pharmacology, Physiology, Physics and Psychology, and in McGill affiliated hospital research centres. In this setting, bench meets bedside and translational neuroscience advances. The breadth and depth of neuroscience at McGill is unique, and reflects the tremendous growth and potential of the field.

Students training in neuroscience at The Neuro and at McGill have many advantages:

  • Breadth and depth in neuroscience
  • Close integration of clinical and basic neurosciences
  • Hundreds of bright, motivated students and trainees
  • More than 150 neuroscientists in institutes, centres and departments
  • Cross-disciplinary research and training opportunities
  • Extensive infrastructure for brain imaging, genomics, nanoscience, optical imaging, proteomics, super computing and more
  • Largest concentration of neuroscientists in North America
  • Interaction with pharmaceutical and biotech industries

Learning at The Neuro

Undergraduate Studies

Honours Projects

Fourth-year undergraduate students may conduct an Honours Project in a research laboratory at The Neuro. Interacting with scientists and lab personnel, the student conducts a research project and presents a final paper. Each McGill department can provide more information.

Work in Labs

Undergraduate students may work in research laboratories at The Neuro as volunteers or as paid employees to gain valuable knowledge and laboratory experience. To explore opportunities for lab work, students should contact faculty members at The Neuro whose research matches their interests. See Research at The Neuro.

Graduate Studies

About 200 students, residents and fellows work in The Neuro’s 50 research labs. Many pursue a Masters or PhD in McGill University's Integrated Program in Neuroscience, one of the largest such programs in North America.  In addition, graduate students at The Neuro can pursue their degrees through programs in Psychology, Biomedical Engineering, Neuroengineering and more. 

Students learn techniques and develop research skills in brain imaging, molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, cognitive psychology, electrophysiology, immunology, morphology, neuro-engineering, systems neuroscience and other specialties. Through our many seminar series and named lectures, students can hear the world's most prominent scientists present their latest work, as well as, enjoy many opportunities to participate in international meetings.

For information about McGill University's Integrated Program in Neuroscience, an inter-departmental, inter-disciplinary neuroscience program for graduate students, contact:

McGill University Integrated Program in Neuroscience
The Neuro
3801 University Street, Room 141
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4 Canada
T: 514-398-1229
Fax: 514-398-4621
ipn [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

Joe Rochford, Program Director
T: 514-398-1229
Josephine.Nalbantoglu [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

Graduate Program Coordinator
T: 514-398-1905
ipn [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

Post-Doc

Post-doctoral fellows are critical to the progress of research at The Neuro. By joining a lab, post-doctoral fellows continue their training, work toward an independent career and help guide graduate students. Weekly seminar series, special lectures, international conferences and a collegial atmosphere enrich The Neuro’s superb training environment. Interested students should contact Neuro faculty members whose research matches their interests. See Research at The Neuro.

Residents & Fellows

Medical residents and clinical fellows have trained at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital since its founding in 1934. More than 1,300 former fellows have established careers in prominent medical and academic centres around the world and many are leaders in their field. Clinical fellows develop specialized skills under the guidance of a faculty mentor and may explore this opportunity by contacting Neuro physicians with complementary interests.

The Neurology and Neurosurgery Residency Programs are coordinated by the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. Residents benefit from a vibrant clinical community and an expanded network as the Montreal Neurological Hospital is one of five teaching hospitals in the McGill University Health Centre. For information on post-graduate medical education, see http://www.med.mcgill.ca/

For information about the Neurology Residency Program, contact:

Dr. Fraser Moore (Adult),
Dr. Myriam Srour and Dr. Chantal Poulin (Pediatric)
Director, Neurology Residency Program
c/o residency.neurology [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Neurology%20Residency) (Neurology Residency)
Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
3801 University Street
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4 Canada

Telephone: 514-398-1904

For information about the Neurosurgery Residency Program, contact:

Jeff Atkinson, MD
Director, Neurosurgery Residency Program
c/o Luisa Birri
Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
3801 University Street
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4 Canada

Telephone: 514-398-1935

Financial Support

The Neuro offers fellowships, studentships and travel awards through a competitive process.

Fellowships

The Banque Nationale Post-Doctoral Fellowship

$50,000 stipend support for the training of post-doctoral fellows in work related to translational research and knowledge creation. The award is for one year and recipients can apply for one additional year of funding.

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowship

Appointments are for one year with a value of $40,000 per year.  Supports research and study in clinical and basic neuroscience.

The Preston Robb Fellowship

Initial appointment is for one year with a value of $40,000 per year. Supports the training of a clinical fellow to work jointly with our basic and clinician scientists.

The Molson NeuroEngineering Post-doctoral Fellowship

$50,000 stipend support for the training of post-doctoral fellows who are pursuing high-level work in NeuroEngineering. The award is for one year.

The Tony Proudfoot Training Fellowship in ALS

 Initial appointment is for one year with a value of $50,000 per year.Research supports postdoctoral students wishing to pursue specialized research training in the field of ALS.

Please direct any inquiries to:

Fellowship Committee
Montreal Neurological Institute
3801 University Street, Room 636
Montreal, QC, Canada
H3A 2B4
fellowships.mni [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

Membership of Awards Committee:
Wayne Sossin (Chair)
Jorge Armony
Alain Dagher
Josephine Nalbantoglu
Kevin Petrecca
David Ragsdale
Edward Ruthazer
Robert Zatorre

Studentships

Please note the following studentships are open to students at The Neuro only.  Other studentships available to all students registered in the Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN) may be found on the IPN website.

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Studentship

$10,000 stipend support towards student research and study in clinical and basic neuroscience.  The award is for one year and recipients can apply for one additional year of funding.

The Christian Geada Brain Tumour Research Studentship

$10,000 stipend support to a graduate student (masters or doctoral level) conducting research directly related to brain tumours.

The Harold and Audrey Fisher Brain Tumour Training Studentship

$10,000 stipend support to a graduate student (masters or doctoral level) conducting research directly related to brain tumours.

The Molson Neuro-Engineering Studentship

$10,000 stipend support to a graduate student (masters or doctoral level) pursuing high-level work in neuroengineering.

The Tony Proudfoot Training Studentship in ALS

$25,000 stipend support to masters and doctoral students wishing to pursue specialized research training in the field of ALS. 

All eligible students who have applied for the Jeanne Timmins Costello Studentship will be considered for the following awards:

The Desjardins Award of Excellence

$20,000 stipend support to an outstanding graduate student (masters or doctoral level) as selected by the Studentship Awards Committee.

The Joan and Warren Chippindale Outstanding Student Award

$1500 award to the highest ranked graduate student (masters or doctoral level) based on strict selection criteria applied by the Studentship Awards Committee.

Please direct any inquiries to:

Katherine.vanka [at] mcgill.ca (subject: MNI%20Studentship%20inquiry) (Katherine Vanka)
(514) 398-1229

Travel Awards

Awards for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

The Albert Gombay Neuroscience Travel Award

Up to $1,000 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 -  October 31, 2019) of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presenting research at national and international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Simon Groom Student Travel Award

Up to $1,000 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presenting research related to epilepsy at international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Award

Up to $1,500 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presenting research related to movement disorders at international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Dr. Richard Murphy Travel Award

Up to $1,500 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows presenting research at national and international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Don Baxter Collaborative Fund 

Up to $3,000 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 – October 31, 2019) of graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and clinical trainees, to visit labs in other locations to learn new techniques and forge collaborative links as well as to attend specialized courses directly related to their area of study/specialty offered nationally or internationally.

Awards for Graduate Students only

The Kenelm M. Winslow Student Travel Award

Up to $1,500 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students presenting research at national and international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Tom Gevas Student Travel Award

Up to $1,500 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students presenting research at national and international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

The Hay Foundation External Training Travel Award

Up to $5,000 in travel expense (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students to attend specialized courses directly related to their area of study/specialty offered nationally or internationally.

The McKerracher External Training Travel Award in Regenerative Medicine

Up to $5,000 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of graduate students to attend specialized courses relevant to regenerative medicine offered nationally or internationally.

Awards for Postdoctoral Fellows only

Lewis Reford Fellows Travel Award

Up to $1,500 in travel expenses (for the period from November 1, 2017 - October 31, 2019) of post-doctoral fellows presenting research at national and international scientific meetings, including the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

 

McGill Faculty of Medicine clinical & clinical research fellowships

Please refer to the Postgraduate Medical Education website. Neuro-related fellowships can be found under the Neurology and Neurosurgery tabs.

2018-2019

Studentship Awardees

The Desjardins Award of Excellence: Yvonne Yao (L. Fellows).

The Djavad Mowafaghian Studentship: Justin Miron (J. Poirier)

The Ann and Richard Sievers Award in Neuroscience Award: Thomas Funk (Dr. Thiel)

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowship: Jesse Langille (W. Sossin), Reesha Raja (J-F Cloutier), Kadjita Asumbisa (S. Trenholm), Vanessa Li (E. Ruthazer), Li Bai Qing (J-F Cloutier), Chun Yao (Ron Postuma)

The Molson Neuro-Engineering Studentship: Mardja Manssur (A. Fournier), Sethu Boopathy (A. Shmuel), Simon Hua (A. Fournier)

The Christian Geada Brain Tumour Research Studentship: Nicole Ledwos (R. Del Maestro)

The Harold and Audrey Fisher Brain Tumour Training Studentship: Sophie Fiola (R. Diaz)

The Joan and Warren Chippindale Outstanding Student Award: Jesse Langille (W. Sossin), Trisanna Sprung-Much (M. Petrides)

The Massabky Mary Foundation: Hussain Bdair (A. Kostikov)

 

Fellowship Awardees

The Banque Nationale Post-Doctoral Fellowship:  Matthias Kirschner (A. Dagher).

The CIBC Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Brain Imaging: Ana-Sofia Hincapie (B. Frauscher)

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowship: Mari Aaltonen (E. Shoubridge), Kuwook Cha (C. Pack), Seun Jeon (A. Evans), Alexis Machado (E. Hamel)

The Tony Proudfoot Training Fellowship in ALS Research: Louise Thiry (S. Stefani)

 

Travel Awardees

Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Award: Vincent Francis (P.McPherson), Rosalind Roberts (T. Fon), Vlad Rudakou (Z. Gan-Or), Faezeh Sarayloo (G. Rouleau), Benoit Vanderperre (T. Fon), Yuting Zhang (A. Milnerwood)

Dr. Richard Murphy Travel Award: Carolina Cuello Oderiz (J. Gotman), Peter Donhauser (S. Baillet), Guido Guberman (A. Ptito), Sebastien Tremblay (M. Petrides)

Simon Groom Student Travel Award: Mini Amiri (J. Gotman), Seok-Jun Hong (B. Bernhardt)

Lewis Reford Fellows Travel Award: Miled Bourourou (E. Hamel), Adrian Duszkiewicz (A. Peyrache), Seun Jeon (A. Evans)

Kenelm M. Winslow Student Travel Award: Ana-Lucia Fernandez Cruz (L. Fellows), Karine Iversen (J.F. Cloutier), Changseok Lee (K. Petrecca), Diane Nakamura (T. Kennedy), Jessika Royea (E. Hamel), Ryan Sanford (L. Collins), Lawrie Shahbaziam (S. Stifani), Trisanna Sprung-Much (M. Petrides), Reinder Vos de Wael (B. Bernhardt), Congyao Zha (W. Sossin)

Don Baxter Collaborative Fund: Simon Drouin (L. Collins), Mauricio Girardi-Schappo (N. Ladbon-Bernasconi), Ernesto Mas-Herrero (R. Zatorre)

Albert Gombay Neuroscience Travel Award: Gabrielle Houle (G. Rouleau), Rebecca Robertson (B. Bernhardt)

Tom Gevas Student Travel Award: Ravoor Gill (A. Bernasconi), Laetitia Mwilambwe-Tshilobo (N. Spreng)

Hay Foundation External Training Travel Award: Kelvin Mok (A. Shmuel), Kaija Sander (D. Klein)

 

2017 - 2018

Fellowship Awardees

CIBC Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Brain Imaging: Ernesto Mas Herrero (R. Zatorre)

Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowships: Benoit Vanderperre (T. Fon), Tony Lim (E. Ruthazer), Vincent Francis (P. McPherson), Elise Barbeau (M. Petrides)

Preston Robb Fellowship: Mathilde Renaud (B. Brais)

The Molson NeuroEngineering Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Laila Al-Alwan (T. Kennedy), Salim Lahmiri (A. Shmuel)

The Mark Rayport & Shirley Ferguson Rayport Clinical Fellowship in Epilepsy Surgery: Mauricio Girardi-Schappo (N. Ladbon-Bernasconi)

 

Studentship Awardees

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Studentship: Joseph Therriault (P. Rosa-Neto), Thomas Funck (A. Thiel), Benjamin Gold (R. Zatorre), Sara Lariviere (B. Bernhardt), Katrin Iversen (J.F. Cloutier), Camille Juzwick (A. Fournier)

The Ann and Richard Sievers Award in Neuroscience: Andrew Kaplan (A. Fournier)

The Christian Geada Brain Tumour Research Studentship: Changseok Lee (K. Petrecca)

The Harold and Audrey Fisher Brain Tumour Training Studentship: Shamini Ayyadhury (K. Petrecca), Lawrie Shahbazian (S. Stifani)

The Molson Neuro-Engineering Studentship: Elena Kutsarova (E. Ruthazer), Konstantionos Nasiotis (C. Pack), Kelvin Mok (A. Shmuel) 

The Desjardins Award of Excellence: Reiko Matsushita (R. Zatorre)

The Joan and Warren Chippindale Outstanding Student Award: Andrew Kaplan (A. Fournier)

The Mary Massabky Foundation Student Award: Waala Alshafie (T. Stroh)

 

Travel Awardees

Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Award: Karine Choquet (B. Brais), Audrey Dangoumau (G. Rouleau), Isabella Straub (E. Shoubridge)

Dr. Richard Murphy Travel Award: Philip Kesner (E. Ruthazer), Tasnia Rahman (E. Ruthazer), Jie Xu (P. McPherson)

Simon Groom Student Travel Award: Jackie Lam (E. Kobayashi), Zahra Shiri (M. Avoli)

Lewis Reford Fellows Travel Award: Laila Al-Alwan (T. Kennedy), Maria La Calle Aurioles (E. Hamel), Sebastien Puschmann (R. Zatorre)

Kenelm M. Winslow Student Travel Award: Ian Beamish (T. Kennedy), Keren Ginzberg (W. Sossin), Jung Eun Han (A. Dagher), Nicole Lai (K. Petrecca), Sadaf Mohtashami (G. Rouleau), Sujaya Neupane (D. Guitton/C. Pack), Reesha Raja (J.F. Cloutier), Soheila Samiee (S. Baillet), Ricardo Sanz (A. Fournier), Patricia Tomaszewski (S. Baillet/R. Dudley)

Don Baxter Collaborative Fund: Zahraa Chorghay (E. Ruthazer), Stephanie Harris (T. Kennedy), Jacob Vogel (A. Evans)

Albert Gombay Neuroscience Travel Award: Maria Zamfir (P. Séguéla)

Tom Gevas Student Travel Award: Hazim Alkhani (P. Séguéla), Elena Kutsarova (E. Ruthazer), Kevin Lancon (P. Séguéla)

Hay Foundation External Training Travel Award: Walaa Alshafie (T. Stroh), Behrang Sharif (P.Séguéla)

 


 

2016-2017

Fellowship Awardees

Banque Nationale Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Rui Li (A. Bar-Or)

CIBC Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Brain Imaging: Nedialko Krouchev (A. Shmuel)

Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowships: Andreanne Michaud (A. Dagher), Maria LaCalle Aurioles (E. Hamel), Redouane Allache (K. Petrecca), Marta Kersten (K. Petrecca)

Preston Robb Fellowship: Seyed Fereshtehnejad (A. Dagher/R. Postuma)

The Molson NeuroEngineering Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Cynthia Solek (E. Ruthazer), Jennifer Goldman (A. Evans)

The Tony Proudfoot Post-doctoral Fellowship in ALS Research: Audrey Dangoumau (G. Rouleau)

The Mark Rayport & Shirley Ferguson Rayport Clinical Fellowship in Epilepsy Surgery: Hui Ming Khoo (J. Gotman)

 

Travel Awardees

Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Award: Faezeh Sarayloo (G. Rouleau), Gabrielle Houle (G. Rouleau), Forough Noohi (B. Brais)

Dr. Richard Murphy Travel Award: Travis Baker (A. Dagher), Patrick McCamphill (W. Sossin), Ayumu Sugiura (H. McBride)

Simon Groom Student Travel Award: Mina Amiri (J. Gotman), Boris Bernhardt (A. Bernasconi)

Lewis Reford Fellows Travel Award: Guiomar Niso (S. Baillet), Michael Jermyn (K. Petrecca), Chanshuai Han (P. McPherson), Jennifer Goldman (A. Evans)

Kenelm M. Winslow Student Travel Award: Karine Doiron (H. McBride), Margaret Hastings (W. Sossin), Andrew Kaplan (A. Fournier), Ryan Sanford (L. Collins), Maryse Thomas (E. de Villers-Sidani), Hanieh Toossi (B. Jones), Lianne Trigiani (E. Hamel)

Don Baxter Collaborative Fund: Fadi Ayad (A. Shmuel), Arlene Fang (A. Evans), Liu Liu (C. Pack)

Albert Gombay Neuroscience Travel Award: Melanie Segado (R. Zatorre)

Tom Gevas Student Travel Award: Talita Conte (B. Brais), Pascal Kropf (A. Shmuel)

Hay Foundation External Training Travel Award: Ihab Daou (P. Séguéla), Ana Lucia Fernandez Cruz (L. Fellows)

McKerracher External Training Travel Award: Marie-Pier Girouard (A. Fournier)

 

2015-2016

Fellowship Awardees

Banque Nationale Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Michael Jermyn (K. Petrecca)

CIBC Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Brain Imaging: Yi Du (R. Zatorre)

Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowships: Benjamin Morillon (S. Baillet), Travis Baker (A. Dagher), Ernest Mas-Herrero (R. Zatorre), Christopher Kent (K. Petrecca)

Preston Robb Fellowship: Hui Ming Khoo (J. Gotman / F. Dubeau)

The Molson NeuroEngineering Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Yasser Iturria-Medina (A. Evans)

 

Studentship Awardees

The Jeanne Timmins Costello Studentship: Avinash Vaidya (L. Fellows), Reiko Matsushita (R. Zatorre), Yiming Xiao (L. Collins), Suk Jun Hong (A. Bernasconi), Ricardo Sanz (A. Fournier), Elena Kutsarova (E. Ruthazer), Maryse Thomas (E. de Villers-Sidani), Ryan Sanford (L. Collins)

The Christian Geada Brain Tumour Research Studentship: Moheb Ghobrial (K. Petrecca)

The Harold and Audrey Fisher Brain Tumour Training Studentship: Shamini Ayyadhury (K. Petrecca)

The Molson Neuro-Engineering Studentship: Nasiotis Konstantinos (C. Pack), Maran Ma (T. Kennedy) 

The Tony Proudfoot Training Studentship in ALS: Aaron Howe (H. Durham) 

The Desjardins Award of Excellence: Yashar Zeighami (A. Dagher)

The Ann and Richard Sievers Neuroscience Award: Maria Ioannou (P. McPherson)

The Joan and Warren Chippindale Outstanding Student Award: Maria Ioannou (P. McPherson), Yiming Xiao (L. Collins)

 

Travel Awardees

Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Awards: Mukanthu Nyirenda (A. Bar-Or), Matthew Tang (T. Fon), Michael Tibshirani (H. Durham)

Dr. Richard Murphy Travel Awards: Julien Gibon (P. Seguela), Luke Healy (J. Antel), Jie Xu (P. McPherson)

Simon Groom Student Travel Award: Kais Gadhoumi (J. Gotman)

Lewis Reford Fellows Travel Awards: Yasser Iturria-Medina (A. Evans), Perrine Gaub (H. Tsuda), Marion Van Horn (E. Ruthazer)

Kenelm M. Winslow Student Travel Awards: Debra Dawson (A. Shmuel), Liu Liu (C. Pack), Ricardo Sanz (A. Fournier), Avinash Vaidya (L. Fellows), Jessika Royea (E. Hamel)

Don Baxter Collaborative Fund: Ziv Gan-Or (G. Rouleau), Michael Klein (R. Zatorre), Loraine Georgy (A. Ptito)

 

2014-2015

Fellowship Awardees

Banque Nationale Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Christopher Kent (K. Petrecca)

CIBC Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Brain Imaging: Benjamin Morillon (S. Baillet)

Jeanne Timmins Costello Fellowships: Marc Fournier (A. Evans); Chansuai Han (P. McPherson); Budhachandra Khundrakpam (A. Evans); Nedialko Krouchev (A. Shmuel); Gopinath Kulasekaran (P. McPherson); Hassan Rivaz (L. Collins); Ami Tsuchida (B. Milner)

Preston Robb Fellowship: Ilan Goldberg (J. Gotman / F. Dubeau)

 

Travel Awardees

Arthur Victor Movement Disorder Travel Awards: Vladimir Rymar and Jean-Francois Daneault (A. Sadikot)

Richard Murphy Travel Awards: Mary Sutherland (R. Zatorre), Miguel Cisneros-Franco (E. deVillers-Sidani), Therese Lennert (S. Baillet)

Simon Groom Travel Award: Seok-Jun Hong (A. Bernasconi)

 

 

Nursing

Nurses at the Neuro are on the front line and are involved in all aspects of the health care system, whether it is research, administration, education or clinical care. Their role in improving the health and well-being of others is critical.

Transforming Care at the Bedside
Neuroscience Nurses at The Neuro are the first in Canada to participate in the international program Transforming Care at the Bedside (TCAB). This program, created by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), was designed to turn a select set of high performing hospitals into innovative learning labs for real-time improvement in patient care. The nurses are working to define and implement best practices in patient-centered  inpatient care, and to increase direct care time for nurses. American and European hospitals that have participated in TCAB report better clinical outcomes, reduced nurse turnover and lower costs. Nurses will apply their energy and expertise,  and involve inter-professional team members, patients and their families to transform patient care.

The Montreal Neurological Institute & Hospital is a McGill University research and teaching institute; delivering the highest quality of care to patients, as part of the Neuroscience Mission of the McGill University Health Centre. The Neuro is proud to be a Killam Institution, supported by the Killam Trusts.