Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) is a province-wide network of ~250 research professionals working in neuroscience and mental health: from early brain development to Alzheimer’s and from foundational biological research to clinical, therapeutic and system application of new knowledge.

CAN is designed to deliver significant, positive, measureable and lasting impact through the generation and translation of knowledge. CAN's aim is to establish the province of Alberta as a centre of neuroscience excellence, impact and innovation on the international stage. CAN is led by a steering committee from the Universities of Alberta, Calgary, and Lethbridge.


Campus Alberta Neuroscience's goals are to:

  • FACILITATE NEW COLLABORATIONS, enhance existing collaborations and integrate neuroscience research and education activities across Alberta

  • ENHANCE OUR ABILITY TO ATTRACT THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST neuroscience researchers and trainees to Alberta

  • NETWORK THE NEUROSCIENCE COMMUNITY AND STAKEHOLDERS to accelerate the development of new biomedical technologies and effectively translate research discoveries into new neurological and mental health solutions
     

University of Calgary University of Lethbridge University of Alberta

 

RESEARCH STORIES


CAN Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Chantel Debert

Dr. Chantel Debert is an Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary in the department of Clinical Neurosciences. As part of Campus Alberta Neuroscience’s Nervous System Injury Research Theme Group, Debert is part of a province-wide network of rese


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NEWS


Symposium Registration is Now Open!

Register today for Neuroscience Innovation for Improving Brain Health, taking place October 20-21 in Edmonton.


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Registration Deadline Extended for Trainee Professional Development Retreat

Register today for the second annual Trainee Professional Development Retreat, taking place October 1-2, 2016 in Canmore. Space is limited.


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