Researchers working in ONDRI’s eye tracking platform have made great strides in finding new biomarkers for neurodegeneration. They have set up a new venture, Dynamiris, to start the process of commercializing their work.
In this post, we profile two ONDRI Scholars, researchers who have landed up working together again, at McGill University, expanding their goals that were born through their work with ONDRI.
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ONDRI’s Aim 4 bring the health services research lens into ONDRI’s body of work, to help sharpen the focus on people living with neurodegenerative disease, stroke and dementia.
Since the start, the ONDRI study has been an excellent training ground for tomorrow’s scientists and researchers interested in contributing to an improved understanding of neurodegeneration.
The Patient & Community Advisory Committee (PCAC) is a collection of motivated volunteers who embody ONDRI’s cross-disease research: people with lived experience, including care partners; representatives from the charity/advocacy groups of the ONDRI community; associated clinicians; along with ONDRI and Ontario Brain Institute delegates.
On Monday evening, March 1, 2021, just shy of 200 people got together on a Zoom call to celebrate the many accomplishments and lives affected, professionally and personally, by Dr. Sandra Black.