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Stroke Awareness Month – June, 2018

Published: 14Jun2018

Award-winning unit will add 10 new beds this year...

June is ALS Month

Published: 7Jun2018

A look at the latest ALS research and clinical care at The Neuro...

June is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Published: 1Jun2018

The Neuro’s Alain Ptito is focussing public attention on the danger of concussion...

$1M donation to support autism research powered by open science

Published: 29May2018

Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation shares The Neuro’s open science vision to accelerate drug discovery and find new and effective treatments for autism spectrum disorders

Philanthropy and government unite to advance research and patient care and to establish leading edge facilities and technologies at The Neuro

Published: 23May2018

Today, May 23, 2018, The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro) gratefully acknowledged significant government funding and unveiled the Thinking Ahead Campaign (2007-2013) donor...

CENTECH’s Propulsion Program will help Innodem Neurosciences succeed globally

Published: 16May2018

CENTECH, a Montreal-based technology incubator, announced earlier that it has selected a company founded by Dr. Etienne de Villers-Sidani for its Propulsion Program, which helps the most innovative...

MS Month 2018: Care and research at The Neuro

Published: 4May2018

May is Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Month. Laboratory and clinical studies related to MS involve about 50 members of The Neuro’s staff. They study the disease in all its aspects and at every stage with...

The Neuro marks Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Published: 9Apr2018

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, a time to give special attention to a disease that affects approximately 100,000 Canadians. As a centre for both research and clinical treatment of Parkinson’s...

Commemorative ceremony paying homage to the victims of the Islamic Cultural Centre massacre

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January 29 will mark the first anniversary of the Islamic Cultural Centre massacre in Quebec City, where six men lost their lives and 19 others were injured.

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