From July 22 to 26, Xiyue et Alexandre,

two graduate students in the lab, attended the annual meeting of the Organisation for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), an international society dedicated to the use of neuroimaging to understand the organization of the human brain. This year the annual meeting was held in Montreal.

Xiyue presented the results of the first study of her doctoral project, which focuses on the aging of cerebral activity at rest in people who sing and those who do not.

Alexandre presented preliminary results of his master’s degree on neurocognitive aging in people who sing and those who play a musical instrument at an amateur level.

In addition to receiving feedback on their work, this participation at OHBM allowed Xiyue and Alexandre to deepen their knowledge of brain imaging! Congratulations to both of you for this great achievement!

Some photos taken during the event as well as their superb posters are available below 👇