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Mallar Chakravarty, Ph.D. - Translational brain imaging in neurodevelopmental disorders using large-scale clinical data and mouse models

  • 15 Apr 2019


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Pour cette conférence, le CINQ a le plaisir d'accueillir M. Mallar Chakravarty. M. Chakravarty est professeur adjoint au département de psychiatrie de McGill University.

À noter que cette conférence du CINQ aura lieu un lundi à 11h00 plutôt que selon l'horaire habituel du calendrier. De plus, la conférence se fera exceptionnellement dans la salle de séminaire F-6574.

Titre de la conférence : Translational brain imaging in neurodevelopmental disorders using large-scale clinical data and mouse models

Résumé : Different neurodevelopmental disorders often share common risk factors, yet have complex and varied clinical manifestations, even within diagnostic categories.  In his talk, Dr. Chakravarty will present work on how we can use large neuroimaging datasets to examine factors that influence heterogeneity (genetics, age, sex, etc) within specific neuropsychiatric disorders. He will then demonstrate how we can use experimental models to further study environmental risk factors and their influence on neuroanatomical, behavioural, and cognitive trajectories.  The goal is to demonstrate how these two streams of inquiry can be used to provide complementary information regarding how similar loads of genetic and environmental risk may give rise to the significant variability consistently observed in individuals suffering from neurodevelopmental disorders.

Lundi 15 avril 2019

Centre de recherche CERVO, salle F-6574

IUSMQ, 2601 chemin de la Canardière, Québec

11h00 - 12h00 : Conférence

Exceptionnellement, il n'y aura pas de café discussion après la conférence.

Au plaisir de vous y voir en grand nombre !

Centre intégré en neuroimagerie et neurostimulation de Québec

Centre de recherche CERVO, 2601, chemin de la Canardière,       

bureau S-2119, Québec (Qc) G1J 2G3

418-663-5000 poste 8703



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