December 15, 2021
Naila is a PhD Candidate in Dr. Corey Barons lab. She has gotten in involved the CFMM and Robarts Research community and we are proud of all She has accomplished!
November 29, 2021
Ali Khan, PhD, Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Computational Neuroimaging, is developing new computational techniques to better analyze and assess images of the brain, with the goal of improving diagnostic accuracy and surgical interventions.
August 31, 2021
Alicia is a PhD Candidate in Dr. Rob Bartha's lab. She has gotten in involved the CFMM and Robarts Research community and we are proud of all She has accomplished!
July 26, 2021
A new technique developed at Western University to visually iron out the wrinkles and folds in one region of the brain may provide researchers a more accurate picture to understand brain disorders.
March 18, 2021
Experts in brain imaging, cognitive neurology, infectious disease and other fields based in London, Ont., are working together to use an ultra-high-field MRI scanner to try to find out whether “microbleeds” play a role in COVID-19’s impacts on the brain.
Jordyn Read, March 17, 2021
Researchers have been observing the potential long-term impacts COVID-19 can have on a person's health.
March 15, 2021
As our first researcher profile we have chosen Justine Clery. Justine is a research scientist working with Stefan Everling and Ravi Menons labs. She has gotten in involved the CFMM community and we are proud of all She has accomplished!
February 25, 2021
Brain Canada is pleased to announce the awarding of its first 2019 Platform Support Grant (PSG) to Dr. Ravi Menon and his team at the Centre for Functional and Metabolic Mapping (CFMM) at Western University’s Robarts Research Institute. This funding will support Canada’s only collection of high-field and ultra-high field MRI systems, tools which will help neuroscientists better understand the brain in health, and in illness. Brain Canada will announce eight additional PSG grants in the coming weeks, as part of a more than $25 million investment in brain research.
February 18, 2021
Like a small airport trying to handle too much air traffic, parts of the brain not meant to process language are trying to perform this complex job in patients with psychosis.