The Canadian Action and Perception Network (CAPnet) is a
neuroscience research consortium led by members of the York
Centre for Vision Research (Toronto), the Western
Brain and Mind Institute (London Ont.), Queen's Centre
for Neuroscience (Kingston), the McGill Integrated Program in
Neuroscience (Montreal), et le Groupe de Recherche sur le
Systeme Nerveux Central (University of Montreal). CAPnet celebrates
Canada's international leadership and close knit community in the
neuroscience of action and perception.
The mandate of CAPnet is to promote major collaborative projects in the area of action and perception, both between the core member universities and with their academic, clinical, and industrial partners.
Most of the human brain is involved in processes related to sensation, perception, and movement control, so to study this topic is really to study how the brain works. Conversely, most disorders, diseases, and injuries of the central nervous system -currently affecting about one billion people worldwide- disrupt these processes in some way. The long-term goal of CAPnet is to understand how the brain allows most people to perceive and move in the world - and how we might help the people who have trouble with these basic functions.
'Brain in Action' Annual Retreat held from June 8-11, 2015 at Kingbridge Centre
International Conference on Perceptual OrganizationCentre for vision Research Conference at York University
Interactions in Vision Centre for vision Research Conference at York University
Application due on April 15 for upcoming Summer School in Computational Sensory-Motor Neuroscience CoSMo 2013
Dr. Melvyn goodale has been selected as the researcher for the month of January 2013. Researcher for the month of January 2013
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