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We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Marie Brossard-Racine has been awarded the 2024 Rising Star in Bio-Imaging Prize by the Quebec Bio-Imaging Network (QBIN)! QBIN, established in 2008, promotes and facilitates collaborations among researchers in the field of bio-imaging across Quebec. QBIN aims to support innovative research initiatives and provides funding opportunities for trainees, fostering advancements in bio-imaging technologies and applications.


Dr. Brossard-Racine's innovative work at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre and her leadership at the ABCD Research Laboratory have been instrumental in advancing the field of pediatric bio-imaging. This prestigious award recognizes her outstanding contributions to pediatric neuroscience, specifically her research on the underlying mechanisms of neurodevelopmental disorders in children. As a recipient of this award, she was invited to present a talk entitled "Neuroimaging in survivors of early life adversities" as a keynote speaker at the QBIN Scientific Day 2024 hosted at Concordia University.

Congratulations to Dr.Marie Brossard-Racine and we are immensely grateful to QBIN for their continued support and recognition of groundbreaking research in the field of bio-imaging.




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  • camilleheguy


On May 8th-9th, 2024, Camille presented a poster of her work “Do neonatal respiratory morbidities influence hippocampal development in preterm-born infants?” at the annual symposium organized by Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives at McGill University.


Thank you to HBHL for the opportunity to present this work!

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  • camilleheguy



On May 3rd-6th, 2024, our lab attended the annual Pediatric Academic Societies conference, held in Toronto, Canada. The conference reunited researchers and clinicians in the field of pediatrics.

 

Camille, a second-year MSc student in the lab, presented a poster of her work “Do neonatal respiratory morbidities influence hippocampal development in preterm-born infants?”.

 

Sarah, a postdoctoral fellow in the lab, presented a poster of her work “Social determinants of children’s neurodevelopment - a scoping review”.


See you next year at PAS 2025 in Hawaii!



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