In the last 100 years Zurich scientists to the study to the study of the nervous system.

Together with our interdisciplinary Brain@ McGill program, we will have the opportunity to. Significant progress in the research at the end of at the end of improving the lives of millions around the world.. In the last 100 years Zurich scientists to the study to the study of the nervous system, including works by such leaders in the field as Auguste Forel, Constantin von Monakow, Walter Rudolf Hess and Konrad Akert. Us, McGill as a leader in the field neuroscience, from the legendary Wilder Penfield founded the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital is also well known. Donald Hebb hypothesis of activity-dependent synaptic plasticity;; Brenda Milner working on the mechanisms of memory, Judah Hirsch Quastel studying in neurochemistry and his pioneering contributions are Penfield map the sensory and motor cortex of the brain sample Heinz Edgar Lehmann pharmacological treatment of schizophrenia; Theodore Sourkes proposal of dopamine replacement therapy in Parkinson’s disease; Kris Krnejevic working in the chemical transmission; Ronald Melzack the gate control theory of pain and Albert Aguayo demonstration of the potential capacity for re-growth of CNS axons, to name a few to call.

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