The severity of ADHD can be modulated by the quality of the early childhood environment, lending support for early interventions.
Graduate studies at McGill University in Quantitative Life Sciences; Structural Biology & Biophysics; or Quantitative Biology -Do you have a quantitative undergraduate degree AND interest in biology? Have you ever wondered how your mathematical or computational skills could be useful in the life sciences? – Join our Zoom webinar on Dec 19th 9:30am EST (Zoom Meeting ID: 317 110830; […]
Cancer Computer donates and installs a high-throughput compute cluster – extra computing power of 2.8 million core hours per year- to the Ludmer Centre at McGill to advance omics-based research in both brain health and cancer.
Dr Carrier explains the mechanisms underlying the effects of aging on processes that regulate sleep and biological rhythms and, consequently on brain plasticity, learning, and cognition.
Ludmer Centre and HBHL-supported inaugural meeting of the Global Brain Consortium to explore the potential of EEG to pave the way
Dr. Jones provides a deep dive into the science behind sleep and sleep disorders.
One of Dr. Doyon’s principal research interests is in neural networks associated with the acquisition of motor skills, and the role of sleep in the consolidation and reconsolidation of such motor abilities.
Dr. Thanh Dang-Vu provides an engaging and informative lecture on the interface between neuroimaging, sleep, and neurology, and his research to investigate the neural correlates of spontaneous brain activity and consciousness, the role of sleep in brain plasticity, the pathophysiology of sleep disorders, and the clinical biomarkers of neurological disease progression.
Lucien Hardy is a theoretical physicist at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada. He is known for his work on the foundation of quantum physics including Hardy’s paradox, a thought experiment he devised in 1992, and his widely cited 2001 axiomatic reconstruction of quantum theory that led to a surge of papers in this area. He […]
Our trust in science is based on the assumed replicability of research results; however, scientific research is in the midst of a replication or reproducibility crisis following the realization that many individual findings are, in fact, not replicable. The field of neuroimaging is no exception. What does ‘reproducibility’ mean? Replication is independently repeating the methodology […]