Research in the CoNCH Lab (Cognitive Neuroscience of Communication and Hearing) explores our ability to extract meaning from speech including what types of information we use to aid our understanding of speech and the effects of a listener’s cognitive state on their ability to understand speech. Learn More
Western Cognitive Neuroscience Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Brain and Mind Institute at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada has funding available for 5 new postdoctoral fellows. Deadline for this round of applications is November 1st, 2015.
Western International Graduate Student Awards
The Brain and Mind Institute is seeking MSc or PhD applicants in psychology, neuroscience, medical biophysics, or another related discipline for 2015-2016. Students from outside Canada will be eligible to apply for one of four awards. Full Story
Musical Learning Across the Lifespan (MLAL)
The launch event for this a new research initiative will be a Public Symposium on Musical Learning Across the Lifespan, held on Saturday 17th October 2015, in the Paul Davenport Theatre, Don Wright Faculty of Music. For further information and to register, click here.
New study shows touch works independently of vision in object identification
A study published by The Journal of Neuroscience challenges the more traditional scientific belief that using touch to recognize objects depends on visual circuitry in the human brain. Read More
Hugo Critchley will be the next presenter in the Neurophilosophy Speaker Series. His talk entitled "Interoception, Emotion and Self: How the Heart Gates Feelings and Perceptions" is scheduled for Thursday, October 15th at 3:30 pm in Room 100, Physics and Astronomy Building. Visit the events calendar for The Rotman Institute of Philosophy for more details and other upcoming events - Here
Western University develops first-ever ethical framework for fMRI research
A team of doctors, neuroscientists and philosophers have developed the first-ever ethical framework for researchers and research ethics committees to design, conduct and review functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies for severely brain injured patients being treated in intensive care units. Read More
Western Scientists tap into the brain
From conversing with someone in a vegetative state to detecting a crisis long before it erupts, find out how technology and computers are changing the way researchers think of health care. Read More
Dr. Yoshiko Yabe was awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science to continue her work with Prof. Mel Goodale in the BMI. Congratulations Yoshiko! Fellowship Information
Congratulations to the following BMI PI's on their CIHR Operating Grant Awards: Brian Corneil, Stephen Lomber and Julio Martnez-Trujillo. Read More