Introducing the uOBMRI's Annual Report for 2019-2020
The uOBMRI Team is proud to share our 2019-2020 Annual Report with you all. This annual report looks back at uOBMRI success stories from Spring 2019 to Spring 2020. We hope you enjoy learning about the major accomplishments last year, such as the creation of the NeuroMuscular Disease for Canada (NMD4C) network, how our early-career investigators are leading research innovation, and more. Read the full report here.
Free uOBMRI Educational Event | Addressing Burnout with Self-Compassion
The uOttawa Brain and Mind Research Institute and the uOttawa Academy of Mindfulness and Contemplative Studies are proud to virtually present "Addressing Burnout with Self-Compassion" with Dr. Robin Beardsley on February 23rd at 7:00 pm. Register here.
Sex-specific Alzheimer’s treatment could benefit males over females
A study from Dr. Stephen Ferguson's lab demonstrated that sex-specific Alzheimer’s treatment may benefit males over females, which could impact the design of future drug trials. It was also recently listed as one of the Editors’ top picks of papers published in Science Signaling in 2020.
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 uOBMRI Trainee Awardees!
The uOttawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI) is pleased to announce the following research fellowship and scholarship trainee awardees for 2020-2021. Please click "read more" for the full list of awardees!