We believe tomorrow’s generation of researchers will  revolutionize mental health research. As trans-disciplinary, tech-savvy researchers, they will be able to maximize the potentials of the Ludmer Centre’s neuroinformatics infrastructure and expertise. Our commitment to training and mentoring new researchers has been entrenched in one of our three strategic pillars. The Ludmer Centre offers access to:

  • Leading scientists in epigenetics, brain imaging, genetics, statistics and neuroinformatics.
  • The most advanced and innovative neuroinformatics tools backed by a 60-plus team of development experts and the high-power computational capacity to conduct cutting edge research.
  • Diverse datasets from multiple longitudinal birth-cohort studies.
  • The first two databases, globally, to comprise datasets from neuroimaging, genome-wide epigenetic analysis (DNA methylation), genome-wide polymorphism analysis (SNP arrays) and measures of brain-based phenotypes within single human samples.
  • An environment designed to stimulate collaborations between and across multiple research disciplines and institutions.
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Become part of the revolution!

The Ludmer Centre’s partnerships and infrastructure provide trainees with a unique, innovative learning environment and a chance to utilize cutting-edge neuroinformatics technologies.

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We're also fun to work with!
We’re also fun to work with!

Open Positions

Neurostatistician position to support Rose Bagot and the Ludmer team at the Douglas: Kieran O’Donnell, Tie Yuan Zhang and Patricia Pelufo Silveiraclick for job PDF

Postdoctoral Researcher Position: We are looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher with a solid background in brain imaging and neurodegeneration to join a project focused on Multimodal Brain Imaging of Neurodegeneration, specifically Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The successful applicant will work with Dr Iturria-Medina at the Neuroinformatics for
Personalized Medicine lab (NeuroPM lab) at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro)/McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and the Kalra Lab for Neuroimaging and ALS Research at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada).  Click here for job PDF.

If you would like more information on mentorship opportunities, visit the following researcher’s website and use the contacts provided on their profile pages.

McGill Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (MCIN), Dr Alan Evans
MCIN posts student and post-doctoral fellow opportunities, research and informatics positions to the career section of its website.

Michael Meaney’s Lab
Visit the career section of the Douglas Hospital for epigenetics positions.

Statistical Genetics Team
Dr Greenwood posts student and post-doctoral fellow opportunities and research positions to the Training & Job Opportunities section of the team website.

Ludmer Centre Administration
There are currently no openings. Revisit this page for administrative and fundraising positions as well as