Douglas Research Blitz

DAL Event
Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 4:00pm

The Douglas Research Blitz is continuing this year in an online format, for sharing and discussing our research!

The Research Blitz will feature a series of short presentations (3-5 min each, 3 slides max) followed by feedback and discussion. It will take place on Tuesday, November 16th 2021, from 4 pm to 5 pm via Zoom (link to be sent later).

Looking forward to seeing you at the Research Blitz!

The Douglas Student Committee for Academic Life

Download the Program here - Zoom Link


PROGRAM / PROGRAMME

1. Longitudinal study on hippocampal volume and verbal memory in patients with first-episode.

Agnes Belkacem- PhD Candidate – PI: Dr. Martin Lepage. 

2. Virtual Reality, psychophysiology, and Inuit: A thesis.

Quinta Seon - MSc – PI: Dr. Outi Linnaranta.

3. Polymorphism in the CNTN5 gene is associated with disease risk and pathology of Alzheimer's disease.

Marina Dauar – Master’s student – PI: Dr. Jude Poirier.

4. Relationship between latent dimensions of behaviour and cross-species differences in the shape of the striatum, thalamus and globus pallidus.

Nadia Blostein – Master’s student – PI: Dr. Mallar Chakravarty

5. Reconstructing Resting State fMRI Functional Connectivity from Grouplevel PCA Improves the Strength of Associations Between Preclinical Alzheimer’s Related Pathology and Functional Properties.

Mohammadali Javanray – PhD – PI : Dr. Sylvia Villeneuve.

6. Immunology's relationship to cognition in psychosis.

Daniel Mendelson– BSc – PI: Dr. Matin Lepage.

7. Assessing the extent of adult hippocampal neurogenesis in the human brain. 

Sophie Simard – Master’s student – PI: Dr. Naguib Mechawar

8. Characterizing Von Economo neurons in major depression and schizophrenia. 

Candice Canonne - Master’s student – PI: Dr. Naguib Mechawar.


Le Blitz de Recherche du Douglas se poursuit en ligne cette année, pour que nous partagions et discutions de nos recherches!

À la demande générale, le Blitz de Recherche du Douglas prévoit une série de courtes présentations (3 à 5 minutes chacune, 3 diapositives maximum) suivies d'une période de questions et de discussions. L'événement se déroulera le mardi 16 novembre 2021 de 16 à 17 heures via Zoom (le lien sera distribué ultérieurement).

Nous espérons vous voir au Blitz de Recherche du Douglas,

Le Comité des étudiants pour la vie académique à Douglas

Télécharger le programme ici - Lien Zoom

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