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Concussion-Like Brain Changes Evident from a Regular Season of Rugby Play

Published January 22, 2018 By studying the metabolite levels in the brains of female varsity rugby players using MRI, researchers suggest that a regular season of play could cause changes in the brain that are similar to those caused by

BrainsCAN’s Research Study makes it into Westerns time capsule!

Recently retweeted by Ravi Menon, @Brains_CAN’s first research summary just found its way into @WesterU’s time capsule for 2018 – won’t b seen again until 2068.  Yes, we know it’s a unique approach to knowledge mobilization – fortunately, not the

Science Minister Kirsty Duncan and London North Centre MP Peter Fragiskatos visit the CFMM

Canada’s Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan visited Western University earlier this month, meeting with scientists and trainees at Robarts. She toured the Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Lab and the Centre for Functional and Metabolic Mapping, and also met with the co-chairs

Young hockey players hit the ice too soon after concussions: study

Published Wednesday, October 25, 2017 4:07PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, October 25, 2017 10:05PM EDT To view the CTV news broadcast click the link below Young athletes may be returning to the ice or the field too soon after