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ONDRI investigator projects

brain scan side.jpgRead about some of the projects ONDRI's clinicians and researchers are working on outside of ONDRI:


OBI AxON shows connections

OBI AxON.pngBrains are powered by connections, and building connections is how the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) is making neuroscience research work for Ontario.

AxON (Atlas of Ontario Neuroscience) shows the hundreds of connections that OBI has fostered in Ontario’s neuroscience community.


Meet: Carmela Tartaglia, Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration Co-lead

What is your hope for the future in your area of focus?

To find a way to detect disease at an early stage where we could intervene.

Why did you choose your profession?

I love investigating what aspects of our brains make us the social beings we are.


Queen's Park Day

In September, the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) assembled Ontario's brain power at Queen’s Park.

The day showcased OBI’s work that has positioned Ontario as a world leader in brain research, commercialization and care.