Faculty and trainees have access to world-class research facilities both within the Centre for Neuroscience Studies, throughout numerous departments across campus and in all three local hospitals. These facilities capitalize on the strengths in neuroscience research at Queen’s to further the development of early diagnosis, prevention, treatment and ultimately a cure for neurological and psychiatric disorders.This new state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research facility houses a Siemens 3 Tesla whole-body Prisma MRI and supports research spanning the physical, biological and medical sciences.MRI FacilityHotel Dieu Hospital Clinical LabsClinical research labs at Hotel Dieu Hospital are located on Centennary 1. These labs house behavioural assessment tools including sensor technologies and robotics.Access InstructionsBotterell HallBotterell Hall houses the administrative offices, some faculty offices and a large number of trainee offices for those enrolled in the neuroscience graduate program. In non-covid times, the second floor of Botterell Hall is a bustle of activity and a place where students can access the staff for any of their needs.The WJ Henderson Centre for Patient-Oriented ResearchClinical research labs are located in Kingston General Hospital in the Connell 4 WJ Henderson Centre for Patient-Oriented Research. The Centre for Neuroscience Studies has a suite of research facilities in this new facility which is accessed by basic scientists, clinician scientists and their trainees.Access InstructionsProvidence Care HospitalSeveral neuroscience research labs are equipped at Providence Care Hospital located on King Street East in Kingston, Ontario. These labs are used for patient assessments and diagnostics. Numerous neuroscience graduate students work on a day to day basis in these outstanding facilities. Abramsky HallThe first floor and basement levels of Abramsky Hall house our Network Systems, Machine Shop and various collaborative research labs studying action, perception, memory, stroke and various other neurological disorders.