The thinnest of wires connect the networks of the brain. And the leanest of organizations connects brain research in Ontario.
Our research programs are called "Integrated Discovery Programs." These programs bring together scientists, clinicians, industry representatives and patient advocacy groups from across Ontario.
Introducing the Swiss Army Knife of brain research — a large-scale informatics platform covering multiple brain disorders and containing data from a wide range of disciplines.
"The idea is to foster research collaboration across institutions and disciplines and among basic and clinical scientists while including industry as a full partner not just domestically but globally" - Donald T. Stuss Ph.D.
By channelling scientific human capital, we can build the entrepreneurship capacity and management talent in Ontario.
The Ontario Brain Institute is poised for impact by catalyzing research teams that will advance the drugs, devices and discoveries required to enable better care.
Research in Cerebral Palsy
Research in Neurodegeneration
Research in Depression
Research in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Research in Epilepsy
Temerty Foundation gift offers hope to millions
Dr. Marcus Raichle, wins the Kavli prize in Neuroscience.
New technologies in CP research