The goal of the Neuroinformatics for Personalized Medicine lab (Ludmer Centre, MNI, McGill University) is to define and implement multiscale and multifactorial brain models for understanding neurological disorders and identifying effective personalized interventions. For this, we combine molecular, imaging and cognitive data using integrative mathematical modeling, allowing us to create both individual and population-based mechanistic brain models. All computational tools are shared with the scientific community via a cross-platform user-friendly software (NeuroPM-box).
The Neuroinformatics for Personalized Medicine toolbox (NeuroPM-box) article is out in Nature's Communications Biology!
A cross-platform user-friendly multi-tool software for advanced integration of molecular, histopathological, multimodal neuroimaging, and therapeutic data via both machine learning and mechanistic brain models.
May 21, 2021
- 20/12/2019: Congratulations to our postdoc Amir Shirazi on being awarded the MNI's Jeanne Timmins Costello fellowship!
- 04/11/2019: Attend our international workshop on Computational Methods for Modelling & Precision Medicine in Neurodegeneration (Nov. 4th, 2019 at the MNI, Montreal).
- 17/7/2019: Dr Yasser Iturria-Medina and other world researchers call for the joint prevention of stroke and dementia: The Berlin Manifesto
- 02/07/2019: Christophe Lenglos joins the NeuroPM Lab as a postdoctoral researcher.
- 06/05/2019: Atousa Assadi joins our lab as a research assistant.
- Our therapeutic fingerprint paper is out, showing that it is possible to identify individual therapeutic needs using multimodal brain imaging data and computational modeling. It is a step towards precision medicine!