Queen's University

Neuroscience Outreach Program

Our Mission 

To develop long term consistent community projects focused on issues of mental health, aging, and physical rehabilitation.

As the CNS is an interdisciplinary program, graduate students (as well as undergraduate students) which are spread out over campus, took it upon themselves to create an outlet through which to interact with each other, the department and the Kingston community in a social and purposeful manner.

Interested in joining our team?

We have regular monthly meetings to discuss new and ongoing outreach in the neuroscience outreach program. If you are interested in volunteering or joining our team, please email AJ Conway at conwaya@queensu.ca

Contact Information

For general information or volunteer opportunities with Queen's Neuroscience Outreach Program, please email kmm@queensu.ca.


Other Student Organized Clubs

  • We are Merlin Neurotech, a student club devoted to the creation and development of a neurotechnology community at Queen’s University.  Made up of both undergraduate and graduate students, we are focused on encouraging learning for all levels of experience. Neurotechnology is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses any kind of technological development involving the brain. This includes imaging, stimulation, invasive devices, and even genetic and cellular techniques. Merlin largely focuses on BCIs: brain-computer interfaces.