Research in the 21st century is remarkably different than it has been in any previous era. This is especially true in the world of brain research. Continue reading “Message From The President And Scientific Director”
By: Johnathan Tran, Informatics & Analytics Intern, Ontario Brain Institute
It’s easy to take for granted how important a healthy brain is until it isn’t. Made up of billions of interconnected cells, the human brain, encased in a solid boney skull, is remarkably resilient but this does not make it immune to injury. When the head is shaken or jarred, the brain can collide with the skull, damaging its cells and causing a cascade of negative symptoms. Continue reading “Connecting Ontario’s Strengths For Concussion Research and Care”
By: Teige Bourke, Outreach Intern, Ontario Brain Institute
Brain disorders are not straightforward. Disorders like depression result from a complex interplay between an individual’s experiences and their biology. Understanding the underlying mechanisms requires a lot of information that can only be extracted through research that uses many different techniques with large groups of people. Continue reading “Sharing Data For Better And More Efficient Science”
There is something special happening in Ontario. Did you know that Ontario is home to more than 800 neuroscience researchers? With so many bright minds focused on the brain, there is tremendous opportunity for growth and leadership in this area. Continue reading “2016 ONtrepreneurs Pitch Challenge”
OBI’s Integrated Discovery Programs bring together over 200 core researchers and clinicians, 35 institutions, 40 companies, and 20 patient advocacy groups from across Ontario.
Read about their latest news and progress in the updates that they have provided. Continue reading “Research Updates”