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McGill teams up with Japan’s NIPS for neuroscience research

18 October 2017 | News

The objective of this MoU is to further strengthen the world-class neuroscience research being done at both institutes.

Courtesy- mashable.com

Courtesy- mashable.com

McGill has entered into a formal partnership with Japan’s National Institutes of Physiological Sciences (NIPS) after signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

This arrangement marks McGill’s first such agreement with an Asian partner and the first MoU signed by NIPS with a North American institute.

NIPS is an inter-university national research institute based in Okazaki, Japan. It is a leading research institute for understanding human physiology with a strong emphasis on neuroscience research.

The objective of this MoU is to further strengthen the world-class neuroscience research being done at both institutes. At the core of the partnership will be collaborative exchange, training opportunities, and bi-directional access to key infrastructure and expertise to promote cutting-edge neuroscience research.

Research at NIPS will complement the advanced neuroscience research being done at McGill within areas of cellular and molecular neuroscience, neurodevelopment, cognitive neuroscience and brain imaging.

 

 

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