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Neuroimaging in Montreal

Since the installation of the first positron emission tomography scanner in 1975 and the creation of the McConnell Brain...

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CRIUGM is committed to advancing knowledge about the health and aging of the elderly. Multidisciplinarity and intersectorality are at the heart of the work of teams who collaborate, among others, in the following fields: medicine, psychology, nursing, neuroscience, pharmacology and nutrition. Together, the researchers strive to improve the quality of life of seniors, their independence and the services and care provided to them. Our two main areas of research are: neuroscience of aging and health promotion, care and interventions.

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