Dr Emma Holmes going to Psychonomics 2017

posted Oct 21, 2017, 11:13 AM by CoNCH Lab

Emma will present  "Familiar voices are more intelligible even if they are not recognized as familiar" by Holmes, Domingo and Johnsrude at Psychonomics in Vancouver, Nov 9-12, 2017. 

BrainsCAN Participant Coordinator Position - closes Nov 12, 2017

posted Oct 21, 2017, 11:07 AM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated Oct 21, 2017, 11:09 AM ]

Western University’s BrainsCAN initiative recently received a substantial $66 million investment from the

Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF). Already ranked amongst the best in the world in cognitive

neuroscience and neuroimaging, Western excels in the breadth of cognitive, computational, clinical,

technological, and translational approaches required for understanding and intervening in brain function.

The goal of BrainsCAN is to significantly reduce the impact of cognitive disorders across the lifespan. To do this,

our scientific approach will identify how cognitive markers map onto specific brain networks using our state of

the art behavioural and imaging platforms.

Reporting to the Director of the BrainsCAN Human Cognition and Sensorimotor Core (HSC Core), the Community

Research Coordinator will work in collaboration with faculty, trainees and research teams on BrainsCAN

research projects. The incumbent is responsible for facilitating recruitment, enrolment, scheduling and

retention of research participants living in the community for BrainsCAN research projects, ensuring compliance

with policies and procedures related to ethical standards, research and privacy. The incumbent liaises with

London area health organizations, associations, school boards, and support groups for the recruitment of

research participants, by establishing effective relationships and promoting and responding to inquiries related

to the research.

The Community Research Coordinator supports the development and management of a research participant

database and provides progress reports and data for use by the research team. The incumbent participates in

the development of marketing materials, identifies and acts on opportunities to increase awareness of

BrainsCAN-related research involving community participants, and liaises with a variety of stakeholders to build

research capacity and ensure the successful coordination of all tasks to achieve the research outcomes.

For more details and to apply, please visit:

Interested applicants are asked to apply online to job reference #11399 by midnight on November 12, 2017. We

thank all applicants for the interest; however, only those chosen for an interview will be acknowledged.

Society for Neuroscience, November 2016

posted Oct 31, 2016, 7:14 AM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated Oct 31, 2016, 7:38 AM ]

Björn Herrmann and Alex Billig will be presenting posters at the upcoming Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego, November 12-16.

CoNCH Lab welcomes new Postdoctoral Fellow Alex Billig

posted May 31, 2016, 1:35 PM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated May 31, 2016, 1:36 PM ]

In March 2016 the CoNCH Lab gained a new postdoctoral fellow - Oxford and Cambridge graduate Alex Billig (read more about Alex here). Now that he's had a few months to acclimatize to our Canadian weather, we asked him what initially drew him to The Brain and Mind Institute: 

"Somehow I kept meeting people from LondON during my time in the UK, and they were all exceptionally nice! After becoming familiar with Ingrid's work, and hearing more about the Brain and Mind Institute from those who'd made the same move from Cambridge, it seemed like a natural step for me. I'm excited to be here, and to continue my training and research in such a stimulating (and social) environment." - Alex

Thanks Alex, we're very happy you've joined us!

Post-doc presents at international FFR Workshop

posted May 20, 2016, 12:36 PM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated May 23, 2016, 11:11 AM ]

Today, CoNCHLab Postdoc
Emma Holmes presented her talk, "Effect of attention on envelope following responses", at the Frequency-Following Response (FFR) Workshop in Boston, MA to an international audience of FFR researchers. The FFR is an auditory evoked neural response at the level of the brainstem that can be used to investigate how various factors (such as ageing, attention or musical experience) affect subcortical auditory processing. Learn more about the FFR Workshop here. Great job Emma!!

Press releases regarding Ingrid's move to Western

posted Jun 23, 2015, 1:32 PM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated Jun 29, 2015, 8:02 AM ]

Check out these press releases from the Brain and Mind Institute and the London Free Press

New Website

posted Jun 5, 2015, 3:06 PM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated Jun 29, 2015, 8:02 AM ]

We've recently renovated the CoNCH Lab website! Please Contact Us to let us know if you have any comments or suggestions.

We've moved to Western University!

posted Jun 2, 2015, 9:34 AM by CoNCH Lab   [ updated Jun 29, 2015, 8:03 AM ]

Ingrid is excited to have accepted a position at Western University for June 2014! Our lab will be moving from Queen's University in Kingston, ON to the Brain and Mind Institute at Western University in London, ON.

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