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

The Neuroscience & Mental Health Trainee Network (NeuMe-TN) Planning Committee at The Royal's Institute of Mental Health Research (IMHR) is a group of students and early-career researchers dedicated to enhancing opportunities for networking, collaborations, research, education and training for individuals working in the field of mental health. Their signature event is the annual NeuMe-TN Conference (formerly the Young Researchers' Conference).

The NeuMe-TN would like to kick off ​research week 2021 (June 10th - 16th) with:

Brain Health Research Day | June 10-11 2021 
FROM BENCH TO BEDSIDE AND BEYOND

Virtually hosted by

The University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI) and the Neuroscience and Mental Health Trainee Network (NeuMe-TN) with representation from Carleton University's Department of Neuroscience and The Society For Neuroscience (SfN) Ottawa 

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Catherine Jensen Pena
Catherine Jensen Peña, PhD

Keynote speaker

The Dr. Antoine Hakim Lecture presents:

Catherine Jensen Peña, PhD
Assistant Professor, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

“Early Life Stress Primes Sensitivity to Future Stress: from Epigenetics to Engrams"

Date and time

Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 9 AM to 1 PM
Friday, June 11, 2021 - 9 AM to 4 PM

All registrants: Please refer to the email sent on June 9th for the links to our Gathertown and Zoom platforms for Thursday, June 10th and Friday June 11th, respectively. You will also find the temporary abstract booklet and networking resources attached as well.

Contact information

For information, please contact neume-tn@theroyal.ca or brainday@uottawa.ca

Thank you to our sponsors

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NeuMe TN 2021 Sponsors
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Research Day Program

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Meet our Planning Committee