Open Science in Action: Neuroinformatics and Personalized Medicine at the Single-brain Level

By Zoe Karkossa with Louis Doré-Savard   Integrative neuroscience is a flourishing approach to understanding the human brain that carefully weaves together a wide variety of different data and analytical methods. Neurological research has traditionally adopted an atomic approach that selectively considers a single protein, gene, transcript, neurotransmitter or neuroimaging modality at a time. However, […]

Whether stress leads to depression could be determined by how your brain is wired, a new study shows.

Researchers have investigated the connection between chronic stress and depression for years, and stress is considered a major risk factor for developing depression and anxiety. The current treatments for depression target symptoms, but little is known about the biological mechanisms involved in its onset and maintenance. A new study from McGill University and the Ludmer […]

Virtual Symposium: Strategic approaches to perinatal mental care in Canada

Wednesday May 5th, 2021 @ 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM EST About this Event The Ludmer Centre has partnered with the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative to bring you the virtual symposium: Strategic Approaches To Perinatal Mental Health Care in Canada. The symposium will take place on May 5th, 2021, World Maternal Mental Health Day and is open to clinicians, researchers, […]