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New audio dome paints research soundscape

December 02, 2019

For too long, auditory research has involved people listening to single sounds in sound booths – and that’s just not how we listen in ...

Development and aging

Finding biomarker for anxiety and depression in children with neurological disorders

November 06, 2019

The amygdala, an almond-sized structure in the medial temporal lobe, plays a key role in processing emotions. However, in some children with ...


Four talented Researchers go International - DI-BMI Exchange Programme

October 29, 2019

The Donders Institute welcomes the following researchers from the BMI: Susan Coltman (PhD candidate), with her project Are Fast and Slow ...

Study targets 'fingerprint' of human consciousness

October 10, 2019

Western’s role in this international collaboration was to scan a group of participants at the Schulich School of Medicine & ...

Fastest-rising institution for scientific research

September 26, 2019

Western University has invested more than Ca$400 million (US$302 million) in infrastructure, including biomedical imaging and high-performance ...


BMI researcher and co-scientific director of BrainsCAN, named Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC)

September 10, 2019

They have been elected by their peers in recognition of outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement. Election to the academies of ...


Daley targets data strategy in new role

September 09, 2019

Last week, Mark Daley, a BMI Core member, was named Special Advisor to the President on Data Strategy with a mandate to help the institution make ...

Clinical neuroscience, Imaging methods, Computational brain sciences

Western develops unique map of cerebellum

July 22, 2019

Traditionally, the cerebellum has been known to play a key role in the coordination of movement. Research in the last 30 years has also shown that ...

Clinical neuroscience

Volunteers help unlock deeper understanding

June 13, 2019

Finding volunteers has often been the technological equivalent of the carrier pigeon – even if the message goes out, it’s ...


Andrew Pruszynski, recognized as outstanding young Canadian physiologist

April 22, 2019

BMI Core Member, Andrew Pruszynski, has been awarded the J.A.F. Stevenson award from the Canadian Physiological Society, for his cutting-edge ...


New registry to boost brain research participation

March 26, 2019

Neuroscience researchers at Western have long worked with members of the London community to gather data for their studies. Launched this week, ...

Spinal cords contribute to complex hand functions

February 11, 2019

We often think of our brains as the centre of complex motor function and control, but how ‘smart’ is your spinal cord? Turns out, it ...

Development and aging, Cognition and behaviour

Words don't let math add up

January 18, 2019

BMI PhD candidate, Alex Cross is the lead author of a new paper, along with Marc Joanisse and Lisa Archibald, that studies the correlation of math ...


Batterink, Bodell, named among Rising Stars

January 02, 2019

Western Psychology professors Laura Batterink and Lindsay Bodell were recently named Rising Stars by the Association for Psychological Science ...

Brain Bee Competition

January 01, 2019

This year's Brain Bee competition ...

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