Neurophotonics: Harnessing the power of light to study the nervous system and understand the mysteries of the brain.
The Centre and Platform: A high caliber multidisciplinary team dedicated to the development of new tools to improve our understanding of the nervous system and lead to better diagnosis and treatment of brain diseases.
Marie-Ève Paquet will present the Canadian Neurophotonics Platform at the Neuro-Gairdner Open Science in Action Symposium on November 12, 2020.
Organised by The Neuro and the Gairdner Foundation, this virtual two-day symposium will bring together global leaders in Open Science including researchers, patient advocates, policy-makers, funders, industry, philanthropic organizations, and science communicators for critical exchange via lectures, panel discussions, workshops, and networking events.
Press release from the Society for Neuroscience 2020-10-29
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) will present Yves De Koninck, PhD, and Liqun Luo, PhD, with this year’s Awards for Education in Neuroscience. The award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to neuroscience education and training and will be presented during SfN’s Awards Announcement Week 2020.
La plateforme d’outils moléculaire du centre CERVO est située à l’institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec. Elle offre des services d’expertise en biologie moléculaire et la production de vecteurs viraux génétiquement modifiés. La plateforme offre un environnement de travail stimulant et des avantages sociaux comme un régime de retraite gouvernemental et une assurance médicale...
The Balbi lab will open its doors this August at the Queensland Brain Institute, in Brisbane, Australia. The lab will employ a multi-level approach combining in vivo imaging techniques and optogenetics to investigate neuroprotective mechanisms of the brain under pathological conditions such as stroke. Our goal is to understand the intrinsic mechanisms of the brain to restore itself and harness...