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Psychological health mobile apps present flaws that suggest caution 

Read a recent article in the Journal LeFil  on an analysis made by a team from the School of psychology and the CERVO Brain research centre, which investigated mobile apps used to evaluate psychological and neuropsychological disorders.  Their analysis showed that these applications present flaws that suggest caution be used when using them.  

Profile of Pascale Tremblay, organiser of the Society for Neurobiology of Language meeting in Québec city

Pascale Tremblay

Read a recent profile of Pascale Tremblay, published by the Centre des congrès du Québec for the Annual meeting of the Society for Neurobiology of Language (SNL) in Québec city.  Professor Tremblay is one of the founders of the SNL, and the 2018 meeting is the 10th Edition of this sucessful event.

Yves De Koninck will receive the 2019 Emily Gray award from the Biophysical Society

Yves De Koninck

The Biophysical Society (BPS) announced that Yves De Koninck will receive the Emily M Gray Award at the Society's annual meeting in Baltimore on March 4th, 2019. From the BPS press release

De Koninck will be recognized for his work in the development of internationally renowned, transdisciplinary training initiatives in neurophysics and neurophotonics that have provided hands-on training for numerous students and postdoctoral fellows.

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An ode to mitochondria biologists, new and old., Pellegrini, Luca, and Scorrano Luca , Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2018 May 27, Volume 500, Issue 1, p.1, (2018)

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