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Disease causing mutation found in French-Canadians

Published: 1Oct2018

Carriers at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disease ...

The link between obesity, the brain, and genetics

Published: 28Aug2018

When it comes to weight gain, the problem may be mostly in our heads, and our genes...

New insight into aging

Published: 19Sep2018

Plasticity is enhanced but dysregulated in the aging brain...

Brain cancer fundraiser leads to important discovery

Published: 15Oct2018

Brain cancer begins in stem cells, targeting them may prevent tumour growth...

Mega-experiment shows species interactions stronger towards tropics and lowlands

Published: 20Feb2019

An international research team led by a McGill University researcher used a simple experiment that mimics how plants and animals interact with each other—leaving seeds out for 24 hours to see how...

Carriers at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disease

Published: 2Oct2018

A team of Canadian scientists, including researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro), has discovered the first French-Canadian founder mutation gene linked to...

MEDTEQ and HBHL join forces to simplify and accelerate the commercialization of innovative medical technologies in neuroscience

Published: 3Oct2018

The Consortium for Industrial Research and Innovation in Medical Technologies, MEDTEQ, and the Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives (HBHL) initiative of McGill University are pleased to announce a...

Workshop prepares young researchers to be smart users of machine learning tools

Published: 19Oct2018

Young scientists in the field of cognitive neuroscience got expert guidance and hands-on training in machine learning at a workshop organized by Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives (HBHL) and the...

Neuroscience partnership supports the development of a new drug-screening protocol to accelerate the search for effective therapies

Published: 5Dec2018

Genes run just about everything that happens in our bodies, including how proteins behave in the brain. Too little or too much of a particular protein can cause some of the most devastating...

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