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WELCOME TO THE CENTRE FOR NEUROSCIENCE STUDIES AT QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY

At the forefront of discovery and innovation is the Centre for Neuroscience Studies (CNS) at Queen's University.

A hub of multidisciplinary research and teaching aimed at improving our understanding of the brain, how it works and how new therapies and diagnoses can play an important role in the prevention and treatment of diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Obesity, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Schizophrenia, Behavioral Disorders, Depression to name a few.

OUR RESEARCH

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.

GRADUATE STUDIES

The Centre offers a graduate program whereby students are able to study and obtain a degree at either the MSc or PhD level.  This program is multidisciplinary in nature in that supervision of students is by faculty from different research background and boasting different areas of research expertise.  We offer world class state-of-the-art infrastructure and an exceptional learning environment where our trainees excel and graduate before entering a world of academic, medicine and industry.

NEXT SEMINAR

Speaker:  Jack Dmochowski
Date:  October 12
Location:  B143

 

WHAT'S HAPPENING

Please vote for "Cracking into Concussions” and help us win the SFN Brain Awareness Video Award

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