Learn More About Open Science at The Neuro
Check out the latest interviews and articles!
- CTV Montreal: A better way to do science
Guy Rouleau, director of the MNI, was interviewed in mid-January by CTV’s Mutsumi Takahashi.
- Biomed Central – Genome Biology:
Open Science at an institutional level: an interview with Guy Rouleau published in Genome Biology
- The Varsity (University of Toronto): Open science may open doors for Canadian research
Scientists ponder functionality of open science approach in the wake of Tanenbaum Open Science Institute announcement.
Focusing in on Vision
February 5 through February 11 was White Cane Week, an important time to raise public awareness of the challenges facing Canadians living with vision loss.
The lab of Chris Pack at The Neuro looks at how the brain processes visual information, and how neurons communicate with each other about the visual world. Their work provides the fundamental understanding of human vision that can lead to future treatments for impaired visual ability.
ALS Clinical trial @ The Neuro is Currently Recruiting Patients
The ALS Clinic at The Neuro is currently recruiting patients for a new ALS clinical trial. For more information, please call Kristiana Salmon at 514 398-1779, or email email@example.com.
February is Psychology Month
Psychology Month is celebrated every February to highlight the contributions of Canadian psychology and to teach Canadians how psychology works to help them live healthy and happy lives, help their communities flourish, help their employers create effective workplaces, and help their governments develop good policies. Learn more!
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