We work with groups of women, men and gender-diverse individuals to explore how their brains and behaviour react and respond when they experience sex-specific health conditions, medical treatments or social practices.
Learn more about neuroscience, cognition, gender and health in a collection of videos featuring Dr. Gillian Einstein.
@EinsteinLabUofT studies memory, sleep & cognition; looking for women (40-60 yrs) to participate; online study to understand the impact of 'different' menopause types on #aging female brain. Counting on community to spread the word @KBI_UHN @UofT @uoftmedicine @UTM_Research🇨🇦🧠🙏
What do we know about the relationship between menopause, ovarian hormones, and subjective cognitive decline? I'm excited to share our review with @EinsteinLabUofT and @nphillipsca is now available online in @ClimactericIMS! https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13697137.2021.1892627
Now #openaccess “Sex differences in brain aging among adults with family history of Alzheimer’s disease and APOE4 genetic risk” in NICL @SivaniyaSubram w @j_snytte @arossotto @EinsteinLabUofT 🙏🏼 to @CIHR_IRSC https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213158221000644
Read an in-depth profile of Dr. Gillian Einstein and her research from the Toronto Star as well as other features of the lab
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