Special Seminar – NeuroHub Information Session – Postponed

Special Seminar - NeuroHub Information Session

This event has been postponed to an indeterminate date in line with government and McGill coronavirus (COVID-19) directives. 

This information session introduces the vision of the NeuroHub platform.

Speakers: Dr. Jean-Baptiste Poline and Xavier Lecours 

Date: This is currently being rescheduled to a later date

Location:  TBD

Free event: Open to faculty, staff and students engaged in neuroscience research across McGill University and affiliated institutions.

Space is limited, register will be via Eventbrite 

NeuroHub was primarily envisioned as the overarching data and computational platform for the Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives (HBHL) program, supporting researchers in their work, collaborations and infrastructure needs. The platform will be the place where McGill labs can manage their projects, data, computational work and collaborations to build a strong data-sharing community.

Information will be presented regarding the architectural layout of the platform, the relation with other initiatives such as the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform, its development philosophy, and the functionality that users can expect during initial roll-out.

Dr Jean-Baptiste (JB) Poline is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill and at the Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital (The Neuro); co-Chair of  NeuroHub and Chair of the Technical Steering Committee for the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP); and a Primary Investigator at the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics & Mental Health.

Mr. Xavier Lecours-Boucher is a Senior Platform Developer at the McGill Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (MCIN) at The Neuro; he has worked specifically on the Longitudinal Online Research and Imaging System tool (LORIS); and is also involved in coordinating the development of the NeuroHub platform.

For more information: info@neurohub.ca

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