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, […]
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 […]
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, […]
Research by Claudia L. Kleinman and Nada Jabado on the cellular origins of incurable pediatric brain tumors has been recognized by Science Quebec as one of the Top 10 scientific discoveries in Quebec in 2020.
Don’t miss this great upcoming workshop on expression-based Polygenetic Risk Scores (ePRS). McGill’s Quantitative Life Sciences (QLS) PHD program, the Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine (CAMBAM), the McGill initiative in Computational Medicine (MiCM), and the Ludmer Center for Neuroinformatics & Mental Health have join forces to offer weekly interdisciplinary seminars. The tutorial was developed in collaboration with the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP). […]
Virtual Run for Women is investing in Women’s Mental Health — September 17, 2020 Join the Ludmer team “MATERNAL MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS” —->Click here<—- Or, search the team name under join a team at: www.runforwomen.ca Let’s tell everyone perinatal mental health is pivotal to mom and child. Our team […]
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
An innovative interdisciplinary PhD program will bridge the gap between the quantitative and biological domains to improve life sciences research.