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STUDENT GUIDE – STUDENT VISITORS FOR RESEARCH

STUDENT GUIDE – STUDENT VISITORS FOR RESEARCH

Feb 6, 2015 | No Comments

To ensure everything is in order, there are two steps: the University of Montreal step, and the BRAMS step.

Hear Dr. Anna Zumbansen @ Vues&Voix

Hear Dr. Anna Zumbansen @ Vues&Voix

Jan 16, 2015 | No Comments

BRAMS invites you to listen to our graduated , Dr. Anna Zumbansen on the issue Vues & Voix with the host Marianne Paquette!

Summary:

For a moment , imagine that you are in a country where you can not speak or understand the language.

This is what almost 100,000 Canadians affected by aphasia are living. However, many people with aphasia are still able to sing. Can singing promote the recovery of language? Today I discuss this question with Louise Bourbonnais, Executive Director of the Quebec Association of aphasia, Christine Cantin, musician and conductor of a choir, and Anna Zumbansen, aphasia and speech specialist at BRAMS (Brain, Music and Sound) from the University of Montreal.

Here is the link: http://www.vuesetvoix.com/radio/2014/12/12/cest-bon-pour-la-sante-2/

To learn more about Vues & Voicx : http://www.vuesetvoix.com/radio/mission/

Congratulations, Anna!

*Please note, this presentation is in French.

BRAMS On Télé-Québec

BRAMS On Télé-Québec

Sep 23, 2014 | No Comments

This Wednesday, Sept. 24, BRAMS will appear on the small screen. Eric Cohen will discuss the relationship between music, film, nostalgia and the brain, and mention some of the contributions BRAMS has made in this area of study. He will mention some directors and films that have touched the public thanks to their soundtracks. He will also discuss the fact that Montreal is considered the Mecca of research music and the brain.

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Two public talks on-line by Dr. Marc Schoenwiesner (Erasmus Mundus Network in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience)

May 12, 2014 | No Comments

The opening talks of the 2011 and 2014 symposia of the Erasmus Mundus Network in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience are now available in video recordings:

“Changing Science” (2014) is about open access publishing, open data and reproducibility in science, new teaching methods and MOOCs: http://www.brams.umontreal.ca/slab/changing-science

 “How to be a (good) scientist” (2011) is about motivation, inspiration, and skills involved in becoming a scientist: http://www.brams.umontreal.ca/slab/how-to-be-a-good-scientist

Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, PhD, will give a talk entitled “Neural bases of infants’ language ability” on Friday October 18, at 3PM

Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, PhD, will give a talk entitled “Neural bases of infants’ language ability” on Friday October 18, at 3PM

Oct 15, 2013 | No Comments

Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, PhD,  from INSERM-CEA Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit (Paris, France), will give a talk on Friday, October 18 2013, at 3pm, entitled “Neural bases of infants’ language ability”. This talk will be given in room D-440, Pavillon Marie-Victorin (90 rue Vincent-d’Indy) – University of Montreal (Édouard-Montpetit metro station).  This talk is presented in collaboration with CERNEC and CRBLM.