Neuroscience and Neurotechnology Seminar Series

The INN hosts the Neuroscience and Neurotechnology Seminar Series, held monthly during the Fall and Spring semesters. Past seminars, and their recordings, can be found below.


Ultrasensitive Detection Methods of Biofluid Biomarkers Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease (upcoming)
Michael Adachi, Simon Fraser University

Following the Evolution of TheVirtualBrain's Multiscale Modelling Approach
Randy McIntosh, Simon Fraser University

Outcomes of Stress and the Diet on Microglial Interactions with Neurons and Synapses
Marie-Ève Tremblay, University of Victoria

Cerebrovascular Health: Connecting Aging, Resilience, and Recovery in the Brain (recording coming soon)
Jennifer Ferris, Simon Fraser University

Types of Causation in Neuroscience
Lauren Ross, University of California Irvine



Movies in the Magnet: The Use of Naturalistic Conditions to Study Neural Function
Tamara Vanderwal, University of British Columbia

SARS-CoV-2 is Associated with Changes in Brain Structure in UK Biobank
Soojin Lee, University of British Columbia

How Full is the Brain’s Petrol Tank?
Michael Breakspear, University of Newcastle

Uncovering Drivers of Brain Development and Disease with Human Neural Stem Cells
Lisa Julian, Simon Fraser University

Oculomotor Modelling: What It Tells Us About Cortical Processing
Mazyar Fallah, University of Guelph

How to Build Neuronal Circuits: A Tale of Pioneers and Followers
Harald Hutter, Simon Fraser University



Evolutionary and ecological aspects of sleep
Paul-Antoine Libourel, Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon

Virtual Brain Cloud: Enabling Complex Simulations with Multilevel Health Data
Petra Ritter, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Hippocampal-Cortical Interaction, Memory Replay, and Default Mode Network
Majid Mohajerani, University of Lethbridge

Age-Related Changes in Neuromagnetic Signals Revealed in Big Data
Tim Bardouille, Dalhousie University