Read about the latest Campus Alberta Neuroscience news, announcements, events, and more.
2022 Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Translation Competition Awardees
Campus Alberta Neuroscience is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2022 Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Translation Competition.
Alzheimer’s partnership to contribute up to $5M to boost dementia research in Alberta
Neuroscience researchers at three Alberta universities will see a new source of funding for innovation in dementia knowledge and practice, thanks to a partnership between the Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories (AS AB/NT) and Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN). A new research competition will launch in September 2022, providing up to $1 million annually into high priority areas concerning Alzheimer’s and dementia. This initiative will enhance quality of life for those living with dementia - in Alberta and beyond - and will generate new knowledge toward finding a cure.
First Neuro-preneur Conversations ‘exceeded expectations’ with ‘excellent speakers’ and ‘relatable stories’
Neuroscience-entrepreneurship enthusiasts joined Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) this summer for two sessions of a brand new event series, "Neuro-preneurs: A Research to Impact Conversation". The series gave neuroscience and mental health entrepreneurs from the Universities of Alberta, Calgary, and Lethbridge a virtual stage to highlight their successes and share some wisdom with aspiring neuro-preneurs.