The Ontario Brain Institute (OBI) is a provincially‐funded, not‐for‐profit research centre seeking to maximize the impact of neuroscience and establish Ontario as a world leader in brain research, commercialization and care. Convergent partnerships are created between researchers, clinicians, industry, patients, and their advocates to foster discovery and deliver innovative products and services that improve the lives of those living with brain disorders.
Through research, OBI aims to enhance the neuroscience research system, grow the neurotechnology cluster, and improve brain health for Ontarians.
Learn more about OBI’s research at http://www.braininstitute.ca/.
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Academic journals are peer-reviewed, periodical publications that serve as forums for the introduction and presentation for scrutiny of new research, and the critique of existing research. Use the following journals to learn about new epilepsy research that could influence how epilepsy is diagnosed, treated, or understood.
The BMJ – The British Medical Journal is a weekly peer-reviewed medical journal. It is one of the world’s oldest general medical journals. Articles are available with a subscription or can be purchased individually.
Epilepsy & Behaviour –
The Journal of Neuroscience –
Journal of Neurosurgery –