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BRaIN Program News

We are proud to celebrate the scientific achievements of our researchers and trainees in publications, grant competitions, honors and awards, and appointments, as well as in the mainstream press.

An invitation to innovation for Indigenous neuroscience students

The BRaIN Neuroscience Retreat at the RI-MUHC offered a preview of a diverse and dynamic scientific landscape

Afternoon Tea with Dr. Raquel Del Carpio-O’Donovan

An eminent physician and researcher shares her personal journey and challenges through half a century of brain imaging innovations

Annual Clinical Research Day event highlights RI-MUHC services and expertise in clinical trials

The Centre for Innovative Medicine and many other clinical research support teams introduced their skills...

Earth Day 2024 at the RI-MUHC: Towards greater sustainability

Organization-wide teamwork is reducing the environmental footprint of research

$10.6M grant supports innovative autism project

McGill Translational Platform in Autism Research will help uncover the disorders’ neural foundations

A hive of activity at the RI-MUHC during the 2024 Montreal Brain Bee

The annual symposium for the Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience Program symposium expands to bring neuroscience to high school students

An opportunity to learn, celebrate and connect during Black History Month at the RI-MUHC

An expert panel explored Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in research and healthcare

RI-MUHC successes in Networks funding from the FRQ-S

Our researchers will lead three new thematic networks whose funding was announced this week

Raquel Zegarra del Carpio-O’Donovan appointed to the Order of Canada

The esteemed neuroradiologist was recognized by Governor General Mary Simon for her mentorship...

Collaborating to advance maternal and child health research

Quebec’s four major pediatric research centres unite for the Congrès Provincial de la Recherche Mère-Enfant

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