BRAMS is a unique research laboratory, offering its members, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students outstanding infrastructures

BRAMS main laboratory – Pavillon 1420 Mont Royal

Université de Montréal

BRAMS main laboratory offers extensive research space and facilities (1,500 sq.m.), including 10 audiometric testing rooms, one hemi-anechoic chamber, a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), 5 EEG systems, an Infant lab, a Motion Capture Lab, and a recording studio including a unique Bosendorfer piano.

Four research staff provide technical and administrative support to all members and trainees.

BRAMS Laboratory – Montreal Neurological Institute

McGill University

Access to two research-dedicated MRI scanners (1.5 and 3.0T) and PET scanner is available through the MNI Brain Imaging Centre. The 3T scanner has been upgraded including specially implemented noise absorption characteristics. Access is also available for an MRI-compatible transcranial magnetic stimulation lab, and unique MRI-compatible musical instrument simulators. The BRAMS MNI laboratory space will include two audiometric testing booths, along with dedicated laboratories for behavioral testing and neuroimaging analysis; a MEG system is also operational.

Image analysis laboratory – Department of Psychology

McGill University

The Image Analysis Laboratory house more than 16 computers running Windows XP OS, a color printer, sound editing tools and brain imaging software tools, and has available projection facilities for research tutorials.

Tanna Schulich Recital Hall – Schulich School of Music

McGill University

McGill’s Schulich School of Music has dedicated 2700 sq. ft. of space on one floor to the laboratories of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT), founded in 2000, and provides access to BRAMS researchers to the new technologically cutting-edge Tanna Schulich Recital Hall and to the recording and production studios at the New Music Building. The dedicated space includes offices for the technical staff, researchers and visitors, a machine room and telecom closet, and a meeting room and 6 laboratories.