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Welcome to the Computational Systems Neuroscience Laboratory here at McGill University. We are interested in understanding the general mechanisms by which neurons process sensory information. Although crucial for the development of improved diagnostic and treatment for patients suffering from sensory deficiencies (e.g. hearing loss), these mechanisms are largely unknown to this day.

To achieve this goal, we use a variety of experimental and theoretical techniques ranging from: animal behavior, electrophysiology both in slice and in awake behaving animals, pharmacology, and modeling. Lab members come from a wide range of backgrounds, allowing for the sharing of ideas through discussions in weekly lab meetings.

The laboratory gratefully acknowledges financial support from the following sources:


Faculty of Medicine,
McGill University

Canada Research Chairs

Canada Foundation
for Innovation

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

Fonds de recherche sur la  nature et les technologies


McIntyre Medical Building, room 1137
3655 Promenade Sir William Osler
Montréal, Québec, H3G 1Y6
Tel:  (514) 398-7493 (office)
Tel:  (514) 398-7239 (lab)
Fax: (514) 398-7452