About Brain Research
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Brain research known as the study of neuroscience in the scientific community, has been growing since the late 1980’s as the use of brain imaging machines such as the MRI have become more precise for hospitals and research institutes. Many more branches of brain studies also exist such as medical Neurobiology and many more. Visit back to find more links to research.
The Brain From Top To Bottom
The Dana Foundation is committed to advancing brain research and to educating the public in a responsible manner about the potential of research. See more here.
The Foundation provides education resources for students, teachers of elementary, secondary and post secondary institutions. If you are a teacher or have a childrens program which teaches about the brain, feel free to contact the foundation.
This site, from the Canadian Institute of Health Research’s Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction sponsors, offers in-depth information to students of all levels about such brain-related issues as the senses, memory, pleasure and pain, and mental disorders. Learn more at: The Brain from Top to Bottom This is a non-for-profit enterprise from students at McGill University. Donations are needed to keep it online. Donate here.
The Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health brings together experts in the fields of neuroscience, neurology, and psychiatry in a hub for training, research, and clinical care.
Learn about the advances another Canadian program is achieving. Together with the University of British Columbia, brain research directly to you from Canadian Sources.
The Ontario Brain Institute is a provincially‐funded, not‐for‐profit research centre seeking to maximize the impact of neuroscience and establish Ontario as a world leader in brain discovery, commercialization and care. Convergent partnerships are created between researchers, clinicians, industry, patients, and their advocates to foster discovery and deliver innovative products and services that improve the lives of those living with brain disorders.
Located on University Ave in Toronto, the OBI is accessible.