Established in 2013, the Ludmer Centre brought together cutting-edge neuroscience infrastructure from three leading research institutions: the Douglas University Mental Health Institute (Douglas), the Jewish General Hospital’s Lady Davis Institute (JGH/LDI), and the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI), all of which are McGill University centres (McGill).
The Centre united four complementary research pillars led by three Scientific Directors. World-renowned leaders in their field, their labs include post-doctoral fellows, PhD/Masters students, and some 75 staff. In 2017, the Ludmer Centre received accreditation as a McGill Centre allowing it to extend membership to include dynamic, early-career researchers: Primary Investigators (PI).
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Genomic & Epigenetics Pillar
Led by Dr Michael Meaney, the Genomic & Epigenetics Pillar comprises the Sackler Program for Epigenetics & Psychobiology 15-member team and independent researchers.
Led by Dr Alan Evans, the Neuroimaging Pillar comprises the McGill Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (MCIN) 60-member team and independent researchers.
Genomics, Bioinformatics & Statistical Genetics Pillar
Led by Dr Celia Greenwood, the Genomics, Bioinformatics & Statistical Genetics Pillar comprises her Statistical Genetics lab (7-member team) and independent researchers.
Dr Alan Evans also leads the Neuroinformatics Pillar, which comprises the MCIN team and independent researchers.
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