Interdisciplinary collaborations


This program was created to support CIRCA researchers who wish to undertake research of an interdisciplinary nature in the field of brain and learning sciences interdisciplinary research in the field of brain sciences and learning. Among other things, this program aims to :

1. Foster the development of innovative interdisciplinary and/or cross-sectoral research;

2. Contribute to the training of the next generation of interdisciplinary researchers;

3. To further develop research activities within UdeM clinics, when the work requires studies on humans or animals (Veterinary Medicine);

4. Fund innovative projects to provide "proof of concept" or to demonstrate feasibility for broader application to other granting agencies. Preliminary results obtained during the CIRCA grant period will enable researchers to be in a better position in competitions launched by provincial competitions launched by provincial and federal institutions and private foundations.


2021 Awardees

Jason Neva
Project title : The unique modulatory impact of premotor areas on the motor cortex: a non-human primate to human translational study
Collaborators : Numa Dancause

Matthieu Vani
Project title : Towards a new approach of spatio-temporal brain stimulation to evoke ethological movements
Collaborators : Marina Marinez, Guillaume Lajoie

2020 Awardees

Roxane de la Sablonnière
Project title : Learning who I am in a new world: understanding the dynamic processes of the Bayesian model of identity integration
Collaborators : Sébastien Hétu, Jean-Marc Lina

Nathalie Gosselin
Project title : Effect of personalized musicalintervention on anxiety, pain and patient’s satisfaction: apilot randomizedclinical study onimplant surgery
Collaborators : Pierre Rainville, Elham Emami, Robert Durand, René Voyer, Ryma Kabir, Stéphane Guétin, Claude Frasson, Etienne Saint-Amand

Elvire Vaucher
Project title : Effect of cholinergic stimulation and perceptual learning on vision recovery in hemianopic subjects
Collaborators : Mathieu Carignan, Jeff Ferreri, Karim Jegouic, Franco Lepore, Frédérique Poncet, Pedro Rosa Neto, Arnaud Saj, Philippe Vaucher, Agnès Weill-Chounlamountry, Walter Wittich

Sébastien Talbot
Project title : Microglia drive Parkinson’s disease-associated painful neuropathy
Collaborators : Janelle Drouin-Ouellet, Louis-Éric Trudeau

This content has been updated on 3 October 2023 at 15 h 41 min.