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Nouvelle subvention d'équipe FRQNT pour les Prs Daniel Côté et Caroline Ménard

Nouvelle subvention d'équipe FRQNT pour les Prs Daniel Côté et Caroline Ménard pour leur projet intitulé Cages intelligentes et méthodologie photométrique pour la surveillance continue du modèle animal d'anorexie basé sur l'activité.  C'est une nouvelle collaboration, très multidisciplinaire (experts en pharmacologie, comportement et optique).  En particulier, ils ont une cage intelligente qui permettra de faire un suivi très précis des activités des souris combinés à des mesures photométriques dans le cerveau pour mesurer les débalancements de dopamine qui pourraient être une caus

Steven Laureys appointed Editor-in-Chief of Brain Connectivity journal

CERVO researcher Steven Laureys has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the journal Brain Connectivity. Brain Connectivity provides authoritative, peer-reviewed, and original investigations in the areas of neuroscience, neurology, physics, biophysics, computer science, neuroinformatics, developmental biology, genetics, molecular biology, psychiatry, pharmacology, anesthesiology, cell biology, and brain anatomy relevant to the field of brain connectivity. The journal delivers groundbreaking research on all aspects of systems and network-level brain connectivity and brain mapping research.

The Eastern Canada Pandemic Preparedness Hub receives a grant from the Biomedical Research Fund of Canada

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The Eastern Canada Pandemic Preparedness Hub, of which Pre Marie-Eve Paquet's team is a member, has been awarded a grant from the Biomedical Research Fund of Canada for its project Biologics RAMP-UP: Biologics Rapid Actuation of Mass Production Under Pandemic conditions.

Led by the Université de Montréal, the goal of RAMP-UP is to increase the agility, connectivity and growth of the biomanufacturing and life sciences sector, so that Canada is ready to face future pandemics and public health crises.

 

CAP-Rétablissement group FRSQSC grant renewal

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The Groupe CAP-Rétablissement has had its FRQSC grant renewed for its Understanding, acting and sharing to support the recovery of people living with psychotic disorders project ("Comprendre, agir et partager, pour soutenir le rétablissement des personnes composant avec un trouble psychotique"). The four founding members are four researchers from the CERVO research center, Drs. Amélie Achim, Caroline Cellard, Marie-France Demers and Marc-André Roy. Congratulations to this group!

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