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Neurolinks 2013 Career Day

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The first Neurolinks Career Day was held May 16th, 2013, at the CRIUSMQ. This unique networking event for neuroscience and biophotonics students was organised jointly by NanoULaval and the CRIUSMQ.


Martin Deschênes publishes in Nature

Dr. Martin Deschênes Dr. Martin Deschênes

4th edition of the CRIUSMQ Open House for CEGEP Students

Open house photo

The 4th edition of the Open House for CEGEP students was held on April 17th 2013 at the Research Centre of the Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Québec (IUSMQ).


Daniel Côté featured in Le Soleil

Neurophotonics expert Dr. Daniel Côté is collaborating with brain anatomy specialist Dr.Martin Parent and neurosurgeon Dr.Leo Cantin to develop novel neurosurgery tools through the use of fiber optics. This team made of specialists from the "Institut universitaire de santé mentale de Québec" and Université Laval expect their efforts to produce usable tools by three years.

Read the full article. In French.


Neurophotonics Centre selected to recruit a Canada Excellence Research Chair in Neurophotonics

The Neurophotonics Centre has been awarded one of only 11 Canada Excellence Research Chairs in the country, each worth up to $10 million dollars over 7 years.


Neurophysics/Biophotonics/Neuroengineering joint meeting - January 2013

On January 23-24, 2013, PIs of the Neurophysics training program had a joint meeting at McGill University with mentors of the training programs in Biophotonics and Neuroengineering, both financially supported by NSERC’s CREATE program. Discussions focused primarily on developing new collaborations amongst the 3 groups, as well as brainstorming over new financing strategies to ensure the perennity of the training programs in the context of budgetary cuts from the provincial and federal granting agencies.


News archives

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http://www.biophotonics.ulaval.ca/archives/ website.