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The M.I.N.D. Research Theme is now Brain, Behaviour & Development

November 02, 2016
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Following consensus recommendations from Dr. Dan Goldowitz, Dr. Tim Oberlander, and Dr. Evelyn Stewart, changes are taking place for The M.I.N.D. Research Theme with a new leadership structure, changes in the Research Groups, and a new name for the Theme.

The Theme is moving to a single Lead with Dr. Stewart taking on this role effective immediately. Dr. Oberlander is the Lead of a new Group within the Theme called “Pain and Stress,” and Dr. Goldowitz will continue his leadership of the Group that is renamed “Neurodevelopmental Disorders”.

The Theme’s new name is Brain, Behaviour & Development (BB&D).

Brain, Behaviour & Development Research Theme (formerly called The M.I.N.D.)

Lead: Dr. Evelyn Stewart

Research Groups & Group Leads:

Thank you to Dr. Goldowitz, Dr. Oberlander and Dr. Stewart for their contributions over the past year in the shared leadership model.