Grants + Awards

GRANTS

2018-22: Understanding the mechanisms of brain plasticity underlying motor memory formation to improve mobility. Fonds de Recherche Quebec Santé (Young Investigator Establishment Fund).


2018-22: Exercise intensity matters: a window of opportunity to promote neurorecovery and cardiovascular health in stroke. Canadian Institutes of Health Research (Project Grant).


2017-18: A novel time efficient exercise modality to improve brain structure and memory in MCI. McGill (Bridge Funds).


2017-19: High intensity interval training: an opportunity to promote neurorecovery and cardiovascular health in stroke rehabilitation. Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery (CaSTOR Grant).


2017-18: Promoting the prescription of cardiovascular exercise in stroke rehabilitation through knowledge translation. School of Physical and Occupational Therapy at McGill (Edith Strauss).


2015-16: Identification of neural substrates underlying neuroplasticity events induced by acute cardiovascular exercise. Quebec Bioimaging Research Network (Pilot Project).


2015-18: The Memory and Motor Rehabilitation Laboratory (MEMORY-LAB). Canadian Foundation for Innovation (John R. Evans Leaders Fund).


2014-15: Does acute cardiovascular exercise improve motor memory and skill learning in stroke? Réseau Provincial de Recherche en Adaptation-Réadaptation (Recherche Clinique).


2015-20: Motor memory interference. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (Discovery Grant).


2016-17: A novel exercise modality to improve motor learning in PD. Parkinson’s Society of Canada (Pilot Project).


2017-19: Canadian platform for trials in non-invasive brain stimulation. Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery (CaSTOR Grant).


2017-19: Promoting brain plasticity during sub-acute stroke: the interactive role of exercise and genotype. Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery and Réseau Provincial de Recherche en Adaptation-Réadaptation (Catalyst Grant).


2018-19: Aging, brain plasticity and sleep architecture: studying functional interactions for the consolidation of motor memory. Réseau Provincial de Recherche en Adaptation-Réadaptation & Quebec Bioimaging Research Network.


2018-19: Studying the interplay between exercise, brain plasticity and sleep architecture in the consolidation of procedural memory. Quebec Bioimaging Research Network (Pilot Project).

SCHOLARSHIPS

Graduate Excellence Award (Entrance Scholarship). Lynden Rodrigues.


Graduate Excellence Award (Entrance Scholarship). Maxana Weiss.


Graduate Excellence Award (Entrance Scholarship). Bernat de las Heras.


Internal Studentship Competition (McGill, Faculty of Medicine). Bernat de las Heras.


CRIR Bursary Master Fellowship. Bernat de las Heras.


Healthy Brains for Healthy lives (HBHL) Graduate Student Fellowship. Bernat de las Heras.


Graduate Excellence Award (Internal Scholarship. School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill). Bernat de las Heras.

Graduate Excellence Award (Entrance Scholarship). Bernat de las Heras.


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