Neural Circuits Research Group

The Neural Circuits group is a multidisciplinary unit whose investigators strive to understand the brain in terms of its function, development, plasticity, and possible mechanisms for its repair.

Using a wide variety of approaches that span the range from molecular to whole-organism, the group is expanding our knowledge of key brain systems, including those that support sensory and motor activities, sleep-wake states, and memory.  Knowing the structures and processes by which these systems work will help to understand their dysfunction in healthy aging, as well as in neurological diseases such as motor disorders, sleep disorders, psychiatric disorders, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Group Leader
Christopher Pack

Profiles List

Massimo Avoli, MD, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Etienne De Villers-Sidani, MD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Daniel E Guitton, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Edith Hamel, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Barbara E Jones, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Christopher Pack, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Adrien Peyrache, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Gilles Plourde, MD, MSc

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Jean-Francois Poulin, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Philippe Séguéla, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Thomas Stroh, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Stuart Trenholm, PhD

Research areas: Neural Circuits

Media Enquiries:

Shawn Hayward
Communications Officer
514-398-3376
shawn.hayward [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Media%20Enquiry%20from%20The%20Neuro%20website)

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