By: Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D.
Privacy by Design (PbD)
Privacy by Design (PbD) is a framework I developed in the ’90s to shift the conventional method of privacy protection from a reactive regulation and compliance model to a proactive preventative model. Fast forward to today – advances in technology have become faster and more robust; our lives seem to change month to month instead of year to year. Accordingly, it is not only important, but imperative that individuals and organizations embed privacy proactively – making it the default. Continue reading “Brain-CODE embraces Privacy by Design (PbD) for a Win-Win Solution!”
The brain. It drives our intelligence, our feelings, our ability to interact, to walk and talk, remember the good times, plan for the future, and care for ourselves and each other. It is the core of our lives and our world. Continue reading “Message from Dr. Donald Stuss, President and Scientific Director of OBI”
New device stimulates the brain to prevent seizures
At Toronto’s University Health Network – one of more than 25 organizations involved in the pan-Ontario Epilepsy Discovery Project – researchers are developing a wireless, implantable device that can predict and prevent seizures. Continue reading “Integrating Discovery”
New software could change the way we assess and treat ADHD
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and IntelliGym Therapeutics have teamed up to turn a breakthrough sports training videogame into a fun and interactive assessment and treatment platform for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Continue reading “Innovating for Better Health”
OBI Entrepreneurs are bringing cutting-edge brain research to the masses
As a researcher in the fledgling field of quantum information, Xingxing Xing has always seen his work as a thing of the future. Continue reading “From the Bench to the Bedside”
What is Integrated Discovery?
Ontario is among the world leaders in producing high quality brain research. We lag, however, when it comes to commercialization. What does this mean? It means we are really good at developing knowledge about the brain, but there is a disconnect when it comes to turning this knowledge into tools that can help people. Continue reading “What is Integrated Discovery?”