A key priority of OBI is amplifying the patient voice in research. To this end, OBI has helped establish five Patient Advisory Committees (PACs) which connect patients, their families and their advocates with people working at the frontier of brain research. Continue reading “Helping The Patient Be Heard”
For many, learning about science is like hearing Klingon: you may have a (very) vague idea about what’s going on, but you’d be hard-pressed to explain it. That’s why at Queen’s University, steps are being taken to bridge this gap and reach out to the public. Continue reading ““A Brain is a Beautiful Thing to Share””
Researchers are focusing on the individual to gain deeper insight into the common, underlying causes of neurodevelopmental disorders. Continue reading “A personal touch to understanding neurodevelopmental disorders”
Brain Awareness Week is March 12-17th. During this time, the Ontario Brain Institute (“OBI”) will launch three online events. The goals of these events are to raise awareness of brain disorders and the excellent work underway in Ontario to help solve them.
The three brain awareness initiatives are:
1) OBI Webinar Series
The OBI webinar series highlights how physicians, researchers, industry, and patient advocacy groups are working together to translate research findings into better patient care. There will be two webinars: Continue reading “Brain Awareness Week Events”