Naila Kuhlmann has been awarded a Graduate Student Award from Parkinson Society of Canada for her project entitled “Morphological and electrophysiological investigation of LRRK2 in activity-dependent striatal synaptic plasticity”. Her application was ranked first among the many submissions received by Parkinson Society of Canada. Congratulations Naila!
In February 2014, the Centre for Applied Neurogenetics moved to the new space on the fifth floor of the newly opened Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health. This new facility unites patient clinics and research in the areas of neuroscience, neruology and psychiatry. Made possible by a generous donation from well-known philanthropist Dr. Djavad Mowafaghian, the […]
The 2013 World Parkinson Congress (WPC) is taking place in Montreal, Quebec on October 1-4, 2013. The congress brings together doctors, researchers, individuals with Parkinson’s diseases, care givers, and government representatives from Canada and around the world. The goal is to identify the best treatment options and ultimately a cure for Parkinson’s by working together […]