NEW DATE - The Neuro Sleep Symposium will be held on October 9, 2020.
**The Gradients of Brain Organization Workshop will take place as a virtual event. An updated program will be posted in the coming weeks as well as information regarding registration for this event.
CANCELLED - Lifespan Network Neuroscience Symposium: Examining the trajectory of human development in health and disease - a pre-OHBM event
The Lifespan Network Neuroscience Symposium: Examining the trajectory of human development in health and disease - a pre-OHBM event scheduled in June is cancelled. The symposium is now scheduled to take place in Korea in June 2021, more information to follow in August.
VIRTUAL - Fourth BigBrain Workshop: Launch of the Helmholtz International BigBrain Analytics Learning Laboratory (HIBALL) - a pre-OHBM event
Update (27 May 2020)
The Neuro will hold a symposium focused on sleep in honour of Professor Barbara Jones’ illustrious career and her official retirement. The Neuro Sleep Symposium will take place at the Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital) on October 9, 2020. The one-day symposium will include two keynotes.
POSTPONED - Given the current status and uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 virus and with the government's directive to limit all large events, we are at this time postponing the Herbert Jasper Lecture to 2021. We will announce the date here when it is selected.
This two-day training course is designed to provide a basic working knowledge of sleep medicine for general neurologists. The training course is for R4 and R5 residents in Canadian neurology training programs as well as neurologists.
The Neuro's DJK Lecture was established in 2004 to recognize women of influence in business, science, politics or the humanities.
The 2021 Dorothy J. Killam Lecture will be delivered by Hongkui Zeng, Executive Director of Structured Science of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, Seattle, USA. Her lecture is titled "Cell type classification and circuit mapping in the mouse brain”. A reception will follow.
The annual George Karpati Lecture commemorates a world-renowned neurologist and clinician-scientist who spent his entire extraordinary career at The Neuro. George Karpati was respected for his great contributions to the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular diseases and for his research into the causes and possible cures for neuromuscular diseases, and especially muscular dystrophy.
Epilepsy 2021: A vision of the future in epilepsy research is a two-day symposium honoring Professor Jean Gotman and Professor Marilyn Jones-Gotman. With careers spanning five decades at The Neuro, Jean Gotman and Marilyn Jones-Gotman have each, in their field of expertise, contributed tremendously to the advancement of knowledge in epilepsy. This symposium will highlight their contributions in the field as well as focus on current topics and future trends in epilepsy.
You are cordially invited to the International Training Course on Neuroimaging of Epilepsy to be held at the McConnell Brain Imaging Centre of the Montreal Neurological Institute May 13-16, 2021.