Neuroscience and Mental Health Trainee Network (NeuMe-TN) Conference

Over the years, the network comprising junior researchers at The Royal has continued to evolve. Now called the Neuroscience and Mental Health Trainee Network (NeuMe-TN), their objective remains the same: to create a centralized and collaborative network dedicated to enhancing opportunities for mental health research, education, and training for early-career researchers affiliated with The Royal.

Following several years of fantastic leadership by Ana Santos (PhD candidate, Carleton University), Rami Hamati (PhD candidate, University of Ottawa) and Caroline Wallace (Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ottawa), the network is now led by Co-Chairs ). Jessica Drodge (rTMS Neuromodulation Research Coordinator, IMHR) and Zacharie Saint-Georges (MD/PhD candidate, University of Ottawa).

This year, through increasing their reputation, presence, and reach via social media NeuMe-TN hopes to expand their mandate by helping to provide opportunities for trainees’ to highlight their research on the local stage and beyond. You can follow them on Twitter here.

2024 NeuMe-TN Conference 

Research with Impact 

Friday, June 7, 2024
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Neuroscience and Mental Health Trainee Network (NeuMe-TN) is pleased to announce that registration and abstraction submission is now open for our upcoming annual conference on June 7th 2024 at The Royal (hybrid format)! The theme of this year is Research with Impact, and our keynote speakers and panels will expound on how research can impact health care and policies. Trainees are invited to submit an abstract and present their research on any topic related to neuroscience and/or mental health! Multiple trainee awards will be offered on the day. 

Click here for abstract submission. 
Deadline to submit is Sunday, May 26 by 11:59 p.m. EST

Click here for registration
Deadline to submit is Thursday, May 30 by 11:59 p.m. EST

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