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.
Congratulations to @SivaniyaSubram on her abstract submission to #AAIC “Sex differences in brain aging among adults with APOE4 genetic risk and family history of Alzheimer’s Disease," done in collab with @mnrajah @j_snytte @arossotto @EinsteinLabUofT to #AAIC!
This week on Situated Neuroscience hear from Dr. Nicole Gervais (@GervNiki) about the importance of ovarian hormones to sleep, brain health, and Alzheimer's Disease risk 🧠💤
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Come by the ASSU Undergrad Research Conference to see me present my research on cognitive decline in women as a function of polymorphisms of the COMT and BDNF genes and changes in ovarian hormones! @EinsteinLabUofT @assu_uoft https://twitter.com/assu_uoft/status/1351610640281063430
On Fri, Jan 29th ASSU will be hosting the 2021 Undergrad Research Conference. The URC showcases the best in undergrad research in @UofTArtSci. Come learn about the amazing work being done by @UofT students. This event is free and open to everyone! #UofT
Read an in-depth profile of Dr. Gillian Einstein and her research from the Toronto Star as well as other features of the lab
If you're passionate about exploring areas of neuroscience where research doesn't yet have good answers to important brain health questions, we want to hear from you!
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