Neural Dynamics and Brain Health Conference and Workshop

March 20, 8:00am - March 22, 6:15pm, EDT

The conference will be held from March 20-21 2017, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Conference location:
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Main floor
255 Front Street West, Toronto, ON
M5V 2W6

Parking and directions can be found on the Metro Toronto Convention Centre website.


For information regarding accommodations, please contact Tourism Toronto or call their Information Line at 1-800-499-2514.

For close accommodations, we recommend staying at the Fairmont Royal York (100 Front St. W., Toronto, ON, M5J 1E3), which is located across the street from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Participants must make their own reservations.

To reserve accommodations, call: 416-368-2511 or 1-800-663-7729 or email:

Workshop Venue

The post-conference workshop on March 22, 2017, will be held at Baycrest Health Sciences.

Workshop location:
Baycrest Health Sciences, Second Floor, Jacob Family Theatre, Posluns Auditorium
3560 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON
M6A 2E1

Parking and directions can be found on the Baycrest Health Sciences website.  Directional signs will be posted throughout the campus.


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Program and Speakers

Neural Dynamics and Brain Health Conference and Workshop

Our conference will present cutting-edge research on basic neural mechanisms informed by structural and functional neuroimaging. This year's broad theme discusses healthy and impaired brain function across the lifespan and features research on several disorders that affect the lives and well-being of millions of people within Canada and worldwide.

Sessions will cover:

  • Comprehensive descriptions of neural dynamics across the lifespan in health and disease
  • Exclusive insight into how brain simulation of brain damage caused by disorders, such as epilepsy or stroke, can guide treatment
  • Avenues for healthy brain aging: the effect of exercise and music on the brain.

Please note: For the two-day conference, registrants are expected to make their own lunch arrangements. For the post-conference workshop at Baycrest, lunch will be provided.

Researchers from different backgrounds will learn the nuts and bolts of this one-of-a-kind, open-source neuroinformatics platform, The Virtual Brain (TVB). This simulation environment will assist researchers in studying the brain and potential treatments for various neurological disorders. This is a rare opportunity to learn directly from TVB founders and hear about their latest advances in using this technology.