It isn't enough to simply learn more about the brain and its disorders. This information needs to be shared and applied in ways that benefit Ontarians.
The sharing of knowledge happens when we tweet about new discoveries, publish scientific research, lecture students or mentor young entrepreneurs. Its application can range from informing the public, to creating new protocols for the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of disorders. By implementing programs that optimize the talents of Ontario's best and brightest we can create jobs and improve the quality of life for Ontarians living with brain disorders.