Hear Dr. Anna Zumbansen @ Vues&Voix

Hear Dr. Anna Zumbansen @ Vues&Voix

Posted by: on 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

Posted by: on 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.

“Là est la question” presents to children various research conducted at BRAMS

“Là est la question” presents to children various research conducted at BRAMS

Posted by: on Mar 20, 2013 | No Comments

In 2012, the TV show “Là est la question” came to BRAMS to film two shows, presenting to children and teenagers various questions studied within our research centre: the issue of music and emotions, and the problem of tinnitus. Discover – or have your children discover – those two short videos!

Discover what musical talent is!

Discover what musical talent is!

Posted by: on Feb 27, 2013 | No Comments

On January 19th, 2013, CRBLM and OICRM organized a concert-conference on Musical talent. Watch today the event’s video, and learn more about music and talent, with Gary McPherson (Melbourne University), Danick Trottier (Université de Montréal) and young virtuose Tiffany Poon

Discover BRAMS!

Discover BRAMS!

Posted by: on Feb 6, 2012 | No Comments

BRAMS, International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, is a unique centre dedicated to research excellence, and devoted to the study of music cognition with a focus on neuroscience. To learn more about our current research, watch our video!

Marc Schoenwiesner on CTV special report on Noise

Marc Schoenwiesner on CTV special report on Noise

Posted by: on Mar 9, 2010 | No Comments

Early March 2010, Pr. Marc Schoenwiesner was interviewed by a CTV team reporting on the impact of noise and the importance of silence in our daily life.

Broadcast on Tinnitus, with Prof. Sylvie Hébert

Broadcast on Tinnitus, with Prof. Sylvie Hébert

Posted by: on Feb 27, 2010 | No Comments

On February 2010, BRAMS member Sylvie Hébert participated to Radio Canada’s “Découverte” broadcast, which dealt more specifically with the Tinnitus symptom – the unwelcome perception of sound within the human ear in the absence of a corresponding external sound.

Télé-Québec broadcast “Une pilule, une petite granule” reports this week on Brain and Music

Télé-Québec broadcast “Une pilule, une petite granule” reports this week on Brain and Music

Posted by: on Oct 30, 2009 | No Comments

On Thursday, October 29, 2009, BRAMS had pride of place in Télé-Québec TV show “Une pilule, une petite granule”, presented by Dr Georges Lévesque and Marie-Elaine Proulx.