The severity of ADHD can be modulated by the quality of the early childhood environment, lending support for early interventions.
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.
Ludmer Centre and HBHL-supported inaugural meeting of the Global Brain Consortium to explore the potential of EEG to pave the way
Ludmer Centre Scientific Director Celia Greenwood secured over $600K in funding for new research, Precision Medicine in Cellular Epigenomic, from the recent Genome Canada competitions. To understand brain development, researchers need to unlock the secrets of our DNA. Currently, we can collect data on multiple aspects of DNA, but to extract meaning from the ever-expanding data trove requires the right […]
When it comes to maternal mental health, sadly, Canada lags behind other countries, like Australia and the UK, where pre- and post-natal mental health are subject to regular screening. Listen to CTV’s News at Noon, where Dr Kieran O’Donnell discussed the impact of prenatal anxiety and depression on the mother’s and the child’s long-term mental health with news […]
Those administering policies that separate children from their parents clearly don’t understand the effects of early childhood trauma on the developing brain. In an interview with Quirks & Quarks host Bob McDonald, Dr Michael Meaney explains how parents insulate their children from stresses while their brains mature. When children are traumatically separated from parents their brain is forced to […]
Since arriving at McGill and the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital more than 30 years ago, Alan Evans has helped the University and its network of affiliated hospitals build one of the world’s largest infrastructures of neuroscience research – from the high-resolution Big Brain atlas to supercomputing data-storage technology. These developments and others by his fellow researchers […]
Company will provide McGill’s Ludmer Research Centre with Big-Data processing capacity McGill University’s Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics & Mental Health has formed a collaboration with GPU.one, a Montreal-based private data colocation centre that will provide the Ludmer Centre’s neuroinformatics team at the McGill Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (MCIN), with access to graphics-processing-unit (GPU) computational capacity, […]
May 2, 2018 is World Maternal Mental Health Day Organizations around the world — from Canada, the UK, the USA, Turkey, Australia, Argentina, Malta, New Zealand, South Africa, Spain, Germany, Nigeria, and more — are leading efforts to raise awareness about maternal mental health through a collective social media push and in-country events. In response to the call, […]
World Maternal Mental Health Day 2018 – Begin Before Birth Canada Symposium Due to popular demand, we are live-streaming our Maternal Mental Health Matters symposium. On May 1st, 2018 visit the NEURO hospital’s YouTube channel to participate in the symposium from 9AM-5PM. Note: access will only be available from 9am to 5pm at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvrUuEvxOsXxq9-T3B9liyQ/live ) Download the PDF program or visit the […]