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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.

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The Centre for Neuroscience Studies Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical pedagogical research in the Centre for Neuroscience Studie ... (Learn More)
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical pedagogical research in the Centre for Neuroscience Studie ... (Learn More)
A research-dedicated MRI facility is an essential component to the neuroscience program at Queen's University. It allows researchers to investigate the living human brain in great detail... (Learn More)
A research-dedicated MRI facility is an essential component to the neuroscience program at Queen's University. It allows researchers to investigate the living human brain in great detail... (Learn More)
The Neuroscience Outreach Program was established in 2005 as a means to develop long term consistent community projects focused on issues of mental health, aging and physical rehabilitation. (Learn More)
The Neuroscience Outreach Program was established in 2005 as a means to develop long term consistent community projects focused on issues of mental health, aging and physical rehabilitation. (Learn More)
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies boasts one of the most vibrant and successful graduate programs on campus. Since its inception in 2003 we have successfully graduated 178 students at the Masters le ... (Learn More)
The Centre for Neuroscience Studies boasts one of the most vibrant and successful graduate programs on campus. Since its inception in 2003 we have successfully graduated 178 students at the Masters le ... (Learn More)