La musique à l’ère du confinement

La musique à l’ère du confinement

Mar 27, 2020 | No Comments

Spécialiste de l’étude du «cerveau musical»,

Isabelle Peretz partage avec nous quelques idées pratiques

en lien avec la musique afin de mieux vivre le confinement.

La musique fait du bien!

Children 3 to 8 years old invited to a music study
Children 3 to 8 years old invited to a music study
ACTIVITIES at BRAMS

ACTIVITIES at BRAMS

Mar 16, 2020 | No Comments

Following the latest guidelines issued by the University of Montreal regarding COVID-19,

the BRAMS premises (Marie-Victorin Pavilion) will remain closed until May 1stinclusively.

Electrophysiology study on tinnitus

Feb 4, 2020 | No Comments

We are currently recruiting adults who meet the following criteria;

  •      be in good health
  •      be a woman of 34 to 36 years old
  •      NOT have tinnitus
  •      not have severe deafness in any of the ears

For more information, please contact Olivia Scully or Charlotte Bigras at the following address: brams.etude.ga@gmail.com 

Study supervised by Sylvie Hébert, Full Professor, School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, University of Montreal  Sylvie.hebert@umontreal.ca

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Keynote Lecture by Dr. Frank Russo

Jan 23, 2020 | No Comments

SingWell Canada: Understanding group singing in older adults from a biopsychosocial perspective

Frank Russo BRAMS Lecture.mp4

 

BRAMS – Mitacs Scholarships Submission

Jan 15, 2020 | No Comments

BRAMS, in collaboration with Mitacs, is offering  5 Globalink MITACS-BRAMS research scholarships for foreign students on projects related to artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, or data science and music.

New this year: BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series

New this year: BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series

Sep 17, 2019 | No Comments

To continue the BRAMS mission as a fertile ground for sharing scientific knowledge and to support students’ research and interaction, a new series of events will take place every Wednesday at 3:00 pm at local D-427 (with exception).

Dans le cerveau des jeunes prodiges

Dans le cerveau des jeunes prodiges

Jun 5, 2019 | No Comments

On estime qu’il faut 10000 heures de pratique pour un musicien pour qu’il devienne considéré comme étant un professionnel. Mais les prodiges y parviennent beaucoup plus rapidement, et parfois à un très jeune âge. Les scientifiques s’y sont penchés pour comprendre pourquoi.

Le reportage de Normand Grondin de Radio Canada.

 

Study on Musical Abilities

Study on Musical Abilities

Mar 5, 2013 | No Comments

Do you like to listen to music? Are you interested in music and sound, even if you don’t have a formal musical education?