Two Douglas researchers were recently awarded Canada Research Chairs: Mark Brandon, Canada Research Chair in Neural Circuits of Memory, and Sylvia Villeneuve, Canada Research Chair in Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease. Both researchers are new recipients of Tier 2 Chairs, valued at $100,000 annually for five years with one opportunity for renewal. Tier 2 chairs are for exceptional emerging researchers, acknowledged by their peers as having the potential to lead in their field.
Learn more about these awards on the McGill website: 25 Canada Research Chairs for McGill
Congratulations to both awardees!