Vera Gross Public Lecture – Multimodal characterization of Brain and Behavior: The last missing ingredient for precision neuropsychiatry?

Please join us for the Vera Gross virtual public lecture Wednesday, March 22,  at 9:30 a.m. E.T. by Dr. Michael Milham, VP at the Child Mind Institute.

Register on Eventbrite and join us for this free online event, co-hosted with the Global Brain Consortium and the Montreal Neurological Institute


This lecture is open to all. A zoom link will be sent by email shortly before the event to all who register.

The Vera Gross public lecture component is scheduled for 9.30-10.30 a.m. ET, on March 22, 2023. Please note this lecture is part of a larger academic meeting.

Michael P. Milham, MD, PhD, is an internationally recognized neuroscience researcher and the Vice-President of the Child Mind Institute in New York City. He is the founding director of its Center for the Developing Brain and a practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist.

Dr. Milham’s research interests include investigating how functional and structural connectivity in the brain may underlie differing forms of mental illness, and seeking to chart the course of brain development in healthy and affected children.

Most recently, he has founded the Healthy Brain Network – an initiative aiming to create a large-scale resource for the scientific community to study child and adolescent mental health.

This event is made possible by a generous donation from Mortimer and Vera Gross.

Hosted in conjunction with the Global Brain Consortium 2023 virtual assembly, with support from the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics and Mental Health.