Since opening its doors more than 10 years ago, the Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience (CCBN) has provided a highly interactive and unique environment for behavioural neuroscience research. Recognized as leaders in neuroscience, our researchers are at the forefront of topics such as addictions, Parkinson’s Disease, amnesia, prenatal alcohol effects, stress, age-related memory decline and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. More importantly, the discoveries made here on our campus have real-world applications and lead to solutions that, for many people, can be life changing.
The CCBN Mail-out raises money for neuroscience research at the U of L. Your gift can be directed to the Brain Diseases Research and Training Fund, or you can choose to support initiatives like Brain Awareness Week or the Brenda Milner Lecture Series. To learn more about these public education events or about the research taking place at the ccbn, visit www.uleth.ca/ccbn.
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