Current News & Announcements
BMI neuroscientists from Adrian Owen's lab discover too much shut-eye can be as bad as too little sleep.
Upcoming talks at the Brain and Mind Institute.
September 24, 2018 | Announcements
Faculty opportunity in Computational Neuroscience.
Emma Holmes, Ysabel Domingo and Ingrid Johnsrude publish findings that indicate familiar voices are more intelligible, even when not recognized as familiar.
Western-led study finds that Brain game doesn't offer brain gain. Research Scientist, Bobby Stojanoski, in the Owen Lab at the Brain and Mind Institute is the lead author and that explains it merely improves their abilities in those specific games
With support from a
Brain and Mind Institute neuropsychologist Jody Culham and her team are unlocking new understanding
The Brain and Mind Institute is looking forward to welcoming Dr. Laura Batterink this summer. Laura will be joining the cognitive neuroscience research team in new the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building
Marc Joanisse's collaboration with Joel Lopata and Elizabeth Nowicki finds creativity is a state of mind
The 2019 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship competition has just launched! To learn more, visit the agency's website
Western University celebrates the completion of the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building, which houses the Brain and Mind Institute, BrainsCAN and the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. This new location brings several disciplines together under one roof to excel Cognitive Neuroscience research and move the research to the people and organizations that can benefit from it.
Several BMI researchers have secured NSERC Discovery Grant funding this year, including Paul Gribble, Stefan Köhler, Scott MacDougall-Shackleton, Ken McRae, Derek Mitchell, J. Bruce Morton, Adrian Owen, Susanne Schmid, Corey Baron, Janis Cardy, Haojie Mao
Andrew Pruszynski is one of the 2018 Awards of Excellence recipients - Dean's Award of Excellence for Junior Faculty. Congratulations Andrew!
A study co-authored by BMI neuroscientist, Jody Culham, suggests brain rewires to embrace artificial limb.
BMI core member Andrew
Congratulations to BMI core member Daniel Ansari, who has been recently awarded a Jacobs Foundation Advanced Research Fellowship.
The BMI has moved to the Western Interdisciplinary Research Building effective January 2, 2018. The BMI's reception is located on the 3rd floor (room 3190) and its new address is The Brain and Mind Institute, Western Interdisciplinary Research Building, 1151 Richmond Street North, London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5B7.