March 19, 2019 - 2019 Rotman Research Institute Conference: Aging & Brain Health: Prevention & Treatment of Dementia
Rosanna delivers an exciting talk on: Brain imaging biomarkers of dementia: Challenges and proposed solutions at the 2019 Rotman Research Institute Conference in Toronto!
December 13, 2018 - MA Poster Day, University of Toronto
Our very own graduate student Shireen (left) discusses her exciting research with Dr. Bradley Buchsbaum at the University of Toronto!
October 3-6, 2018- MDRS 2018 Annual Conference, Toronto
Rosanna (left) and Jess (right) were both invited to present at the Memory Disorders Research Society (MDRS) 2018 Annual Conference! Follow the link below to find out more about their talks and the distinguished society.
June 24th-June 28th, 2018- ISBN 26th Annual Meeting
Rosanna was one of the many distinguished scientists invited to speak at the 26th annual meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Neuroscience (ISBN) in Anchorage, Alaska. Follow the link below to find out more about her talk!
June, 2018- MDRS Cermak/Corkin Award
Congratulations to Jessica Robin, our very own Postdoc for recieving the Memory Disorders Research Society (MDRS) Cermak/Corkin Award! Follow the link to find out more about this outstanding achievement!
The 2018 CIHR Project Grant has been awarded to Rosanna and her collaborators Jennifer Ryan, Morgan Barense, James Kennedy, Mallar Chakravarty, Malcolm Binns and Nicole Anderson for the project “Evaluating eye-movement and brain imaging indicators that predict dementia in healthy
older adults”. Congratulations, Rosanna!
The 2018 Alzheimer Society Research Program grant for a project on "Characterizing brain changes that predict the development of dementia in older adults" was awarded to Rosanna and her collaborators Jennifer Ryan, Morgan Barense, and James Kennedy. Congratulations, Rosanna! Learn more about their work here:
The 2017 NSERC Discovery Grant Program awarded Rosanna with a grant for the project on "Beyond the hippocampus: contributions of thalamic subregions to memory". Congratulations, Rosanna!