The research in the Centre for Neuroscience Studies spans everything from a cellular molecular level, through systems, behavioural/cognitive, computational and clinical research. It is a multidisciplinary research environment with basic science and clinicians from varied backgrounds collaborating on research initiatives. Visit the Faculty & Research page for more information on the various areas of research.
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies is hosting its annual research day on Wednesday September 4th 2019. All are welcome to attend. Additional details can be found on the preliminary program.
The CNS would like to welcome new Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Gunnar Blohm. Dr. Blohm is taking over for Dr. Ferguson effective July, 1st, 2019. We would also like to thank Dr. Ferguson for his work and dedication to the program over the past 4 years.
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies is happy to announce the upgrade of our MRI facility. The current Siemens MAGNETOM 3T Trio MRI will be upgraded to the Siemens MAGNETOM Prisma Fit. The Prisma is a retrofit for the Trio, bringing state-of-the-art imaging to our facility. This upgrade will e
Congratulations to Dr. Sari van Anders for her article titled, "The future of sex and gender in psychology: Five challenges to the gender binary", being awarded the George A.
EVENTS IN THE CNS
Time and Location To Be Determined
Continental Breakfast Provided
Catered Lunch provided
Graduate Student Reception at 5 pm at the University Club
Additional details can be found on the preliminary program.