Meanwhile in Canada at the BMI . . . . Happy Valentine's Day everyone!
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Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry - Western University was live.

We’re live! Tune in for our chat with the co-chairs of the Inspiring Young Women in STEM Conference - Western University PhD Candidates Ramina Adam, Nicolette N...oonan and Avital Sternin. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in STEM or learning more about opportunities in academia or industry, join us and ask your questions.

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Having a ball moving to #WIRB!!!!!

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Two faculty positions in Cognitive Neuroscience at Western University are now posted at…/Cluster-of-research-cognitive-neurosci….

The BMI packing materials have arrived!!

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Thu 4:00 PM EDTWestern Science Center, Rm 55

Dr Robert Zatorre,
Distinguished Speaker
Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University
Talk: "Why do we love music? A view from cognitive neuroscience"
Thursday, Oct 19th, 4pm, Western Science Center, Rm 55

Thu 4:00 PM EDTWestern Science Center, Rm 55

Neuroscientist Adrian Owen will be live on Reddit Science at 1pm. Ask him anything - questions are already pouring in!

I’m Dr. Adrian Owen, a professor of neuroscience, here to answer your questions about our breakthroughs in brain science. I’ve been fascinated...

BMI neuroscientist Adrian Owen, with Cambridge Brain Sciences, has launched world's largest sleep study at

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🤔 How well would YOU do in brain tests after 4 hours sleep?

See how two women taking part in a global study into the ideal amount of rest fare.

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Western neuroscientist Adrian Owen’s work has transformed how medical teams, families and philosophers understand the spaces between life and death for people in a vegetative state. And now Owen is...

Adrian Owen discussing consciousness
and his new book "Into The Gray Zone" with The Globe and Mail.…/neuros…/article35321685/…

Owen’s new book, Into The Gray Zone: A Neuroscientist Explores the Border Between Life and Death, explores how much unresponsive patients can actually see, hear and comprehend
The Brain and Mind Institute added 12 new photos from April 7, 2017 to the album: Rhodri Cusack and Lorina Naci - Farewell.
April 7, 2017

A new study from Western University’s Brain and Mind Institute is casting doubt on a commonly held belief that smiling makes you appear younger.

The study, titled "The effects of smiling on perceived age defy belief," was co-authored by Melvyn Goodale of Western University and Tzvi Ganel of Israel's Ben-Gurion University.

Congratulations to Tamara Tavares, PhD candidate in the BMI. All 20 Western finalists can be viewed at….

In her award winning Three Minute Thesis presentation, Tamara Tavares outlines her research focused on using neuroimaging techniques to diagnosis Frontotempo...

Western postdoctoral fellow Molly Henry, part of Jessica Grahn’s Music and Neuroscience Lab at the Brain and Mind Institute, is focusing on how the synchronization between brain rhythms and environmental rhythms shape auditory perception.

When you’re speaking with Molly Henry, she’s taking note of the rhythms in the conversation you are having. Henry, a postdoctoral fellow at...

A play inspired by the work of CIFAR Koerner Fellow & Co-Director of the Azrieli program in Brain, Mind & Consciousness, Adrian Owen.

CIFAR Senior Fellow Anil K. Seth co-conceived and consulted for a radio programme which recently won Best Single Drama in the 2017 BBC Audio Drama Awards. Seth (University of Sussex) is a senior fellow in CIFAR’s Azrieli program in Brain, Mind & Consciousness. He developed the idea and advised