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Neurodiscussions

Neurodiscussions

The goal of this activity is to bring together the neuroscience community fo the Université de Montréal in the objective of facilitating exchanges, collaborations and the sharing of research platforms. The presentations are meant to provide an update on the recent progress of on-going projects, mostly non-published, with the objective of triggering a scientific discussion and informing the research community of what is being done in the different labs. The presentation can be given by one person or take the form of a minisymposium including for example a colleague and some students or postdocs.  We suggest that the presentations do not exceed 40 minutes in order to leave 20 minutes for questions. All presentations are in room 1120 of the Paul-G.-Desmarais building, on Tuesdays, from 4 to 5 PM.

Chips, beers and softdrinks are offered by the GRSNC.

Next presentations:

4 septembre 2018:  Dr Jean Provost, École Polytechnique de Montréal. Imagerie multiparamétrique par écographie ultrarapide 3D

2 octobre 2018: Dre Graziella Di Cristo, CR Ste-Justine, département de neurosciences

13 novembre 2018: Dr Matthieu Vanni, École d'optométrie

4 décembre 2018: Dr Christian Casanova, École d'optométrie

8 janvier 2019: Dr Louis-Eric Trudeau, département de pharmacologie et physiologie et département de neurosciences

5 février 2019: Dr Julien Cohen-Addad, École Polytechnique de Montréal

5 mars 2019: coming soon

2 avril 2019: Dr Joshua Bengio, Département de mathématique et de recherche opérationelle

7 mai 2018: Dre Dorothy Barthelemy, École de réadaptation

4 juin 2019: Dre Julie Messier, département de kinésiologie

 

For any questions concerning this activity, pleae contact Dre Hélène Girouard (helene.girouard@umontreal.ca; 514-343-6111, poste 32786) or Dr. Matthieu Vanni (matthieu.vanni@umontreal.ca; 514 343-5946 )