Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research Group

The Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research Group works to develop our understanding of the developmental mechanisms, both genetic and environmental, that are required to wire up the healthy brain, and how these might be derailed in disease.

The neurodevelopmental research axis consists of geneticists, cell biologists, neuroimagers and clinical scientists working to reveal these mechanisms and how they work together during development and later in life to mediate healthy neurological function.

Group Leader
Wayne Sossin

Profiles List

Xiaoqian Chai, PhD

Xiaoqian Chai, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Jean-Francois Cloutier, PhD

Jean-Francois Cloutier, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Justine Cléry, PhD

Justine Cléry, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Mayada Elsabbagh, PhD

Mayada Elsabbagh, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Timothy E Kennedy, PhD

Timothy E Kennedy, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neuroimmunological Diseases
Edward Ruthazer, PhD

Edward Ruthazer, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Neuroimmunological Diseases
Julie Scorah, PhD

Julie Scorah, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Wayne Sossin, PhD

Wayne Sossin, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Stefano Stifani, PhD

Stefano Stifani, PhD

Research areas: Brain Tumour, Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Lan Xiong, MD, PhD

Lan Xiong, MD, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Yang Zhou, PhD

Yang Zhou, PhD

Research areas: Neurodevelopmental Disorders

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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