The Douglas Research Centre

Upcoming events

Neuroscience Seminar Series
Neuroscience Seminar
2019-09-16 11:00
Mario Alvarez Jimenez
Special Seminar
2019-09-17 11:00
Patricia Pelufo Silveira
Neuroscience Seminar
2019-09-23 11:00
Swaran Singh
Special Seminar
2019-10-01 11:00

Recent News


2019-09-11
Brigitte Kieffer

Dr. Brigitte Kieffer's research is featured in a recent edition of the NIH Record, published by the National Institutes of Health, the medical research agency of the USA.  Read this article in which Dr. Kieffer dissects the effect of opioids on the brain, here:  https://nihrecord.nih.gov/2019/...

2019-09-03
Dr. Kieran O'Donnell

Dr. Kieran O'Donnell was recently awarded a NARSAD Young Investigator Grant by Brain & Behavior Research Foundation for his project, "Molecular Screening for Perinatal Mental Health".

Congratulations!

2019-08-19

On August 15th, the annual Undergraduate Research Expo of the Douglas Research Centre took place, and it was a great success, with 20 poster presenters (a record), 15 grad student/postdoc judges, and over 60 enthusiastic participants. Prizes were given to the best poster presentations, given by the following students (also see attached picture):

First Place:...


  • Douglas Hospital
  • Dobell Pavillion
  • Brain imaging centre

Did you know?


  • The Douglas Research Centre has state-of-the-art research infrastructures

    The Douglas Research Centre has 4 innovative platforms:

    1. Douglas-Bell Canada Brain Bank,
    2. the Cerebral Imaging Centre,
    3. the Neurophenotyping Centre, and the
    4. Molecular and Cellular Microscopy Platform
  • The Douglas Research Centre is multidisciplinary

    The Douglas Research Centre has 4 strong approaches to research:

    1. Psychosocial and health services research,
    2. Clinical research,
    3. Human neuroscience, and
    4. Basic Neuroscience
  • Le Centre de recherche Douglas a un impact international

    Le Centre de recherche Douglas est un centre collaborateur OMS pour la recherche et la formation en santé mentale.

  • The Douglas Brain Bank was the first brain bank in Canada

    Dr. Samarthji Lal created the brain bank in 1980.

  • The Douglas Research Centre is 40 years old

    The Douglas RC was founded in 1979 by Dr. Samarthji Lal and Dr. Vasavan Nair

  • Douglas researchers publish in the most prestigious journals

    Douglas researchers regularly publish in the top journals, including Nature and Nature-family journals, PNAS, JAMA, etc.

  • The Douglas Research Centre has strong partnerships

    Strong partnerships with the Douglas Foundation, McGill University, the Montreal West Island CIUSSS, The Neuro make the Douglas what it is today

  • The Douglas Research Centre is a world leader in mental health research

    The Douglas RC is among the top 40 research hospitals in Canada with: 62 full researchers, 8 Canada Research Chairs, $32M in research grants, 253 graduate students, 37 funded scholars, over 400 publications/year.