NeuroLingo Winter 2021

This is a picture announcing a Public Neuroscience Conference, which was livestreamed on February 20, 2021. Here are the eight speakers that participated in the conference, and the research topic they presented, from left to right: Claire Honda, language processing; Christina Popescu, drugs in the brain; Sarah Lépine, neurodegeneration; Don Nguyen, cochlear implants; Liam O'Leary, suicide and depression; Theresa Degenhard, brain tumours; Edith Chung, vision science; and Tommy Markopoulos, psychedelic therapy.

Check out our past talks below!

Optimizing cochlear implantation with brain imaging

by Don Nguyen

Exploring the brain tumour fingerprint

by Theresa Degenhard

The therapeutic value of psychedelics

by Tommy Markopoulos

Fewer astrocytes in depression and suicide?

by Liam O’Leary

Sex, drugs, and development: the story of amphetamine

by Christina Popescu

Can bilinguals hear emphAsis on the right syllAble?

by Claire Honda

The secret of mouse vision in visual sciences

by Edith Chung

Modeling ALS using stem cells

by Sarah Lépine