Dr. Jorge Serrano, MD, is the only doctor in Canada with an MSc in Neurology.
He has been working as a neurologist at the University of Manitoba since 2014, and his specialty is treating chronic pain patients.
Dr. Serrano has been instrumental in helping many patients recover from their medical conditions, and he’s also helped many others in their recovery.
He is the founder of the International Association of Neurological Rehabilitation and the Canadian Neurological Society.
He also serves as the President of the Canadian Neuro-Oncology Society.
Serra and Shaver were named in the 2017 Globe and Mail article, “The World’s 10 Most Innovative Doctors”.
Dr. Shaver is an author, co-founder of the Institute for Neuroscience and Medicine, and the former chairman of the American Society for Neuroscience.
He was also the recipient of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on how neurosurgery can improve the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s disease.
Dr. Serranos MSc is a full professor in Neurologic Sciences at the School of Medicine at the Université de Montréal.
He graduated from McGill University in 1995 and received his PhD from the University College London in 1998.
He taught at the Canadian Medical Association for a decade and is currently the Director of the McGill Institute for Brain Science.
Dr Serrano is also the President and CEO of the Medical Board of Canada, which provides oversight of the profession and regulatory oversight of research.
He chairs the Medical Council of Canada and the Canada Neurological Research Council.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the National Brain Injury Association and the Neurological Institute of Canada.
Dr Shaver has been a professor in the Department of Neurology at the McGill University School of Health Sciences since 2002.
He previously taught in the department’s Faculty of Medicine.
Dr Chia, who has also served on the board of directors of the Neurology Institute of the University at Buffalo, and is also a member of the Neuroscience Society of Canada board of governors, has received a number of awards and honorary degrees.
He received a PhD from McGill in 1990, and holds a master’s in neurobiology and neuroscience from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in Spain.
He holds a Ph.
D. in neuroscience from McGill and a MSc from the McGill Centre for Brain, Cognitive and Behavior Neuroscience.
Dr Chang, who holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the School for Advanced International Studies in Canada, is a member and former chair of the Canada Psychology Association.
He serves on its Board of Advisors and on its executive committee.
Dr Chen is the director of the Graduate Institute of Psychology at the Faculty of Education at the Toronto District School of the Art University.
She is the author of numerous books and articles on social issues.
She has lectured extensively on issues of social justice and has served as an adviser for the International Social Justice Coalition.
Dr Charles is a professor of neuroscience and neurology at McGill University.
He earned his PhD in Neuroscience and Psychology in 2006.
He served as the senior author of the first comprehensive meta-analysis of the effects of cognitive training on neurodegenerative diseases, which was published in the Journal of Neuroscience in 2010.
Dr Charles is also an expert on autism spectrum disorders.
Dr James is a founding member of McGill University’s Centre for Neuroscience, a world leader in research in the field of neurosciences and a leader in the development of research and training programs to support the next generation of neuroscientists.
Dr James was an assistant professor of neurology and neurologic sciences at McGill and also served as a founding editor of the Journal Neuropsychiatry.
Dr Kelly is a postdoctoral fellow in neuroscience at McGill’s Centre of Neurosciences.
She holds a masters degree in neuroscience and neuroscience at McGill, and a PhD in neuroscience at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
She previously served as editor of Neuropsychology, and as a researcher in the area of the brain.
Dr Kelly also served at the Institute of Neurologies at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, and at the Centre for Integrative Medicine, the University Health Network of Saskatchewan.
Dr Lewis is a Professor of Neurologic Medicine at McGill Health Sciences and holds the Chair in Neuroscience at McGill.
He recently published a new edition of his best-selling book Neuropsychological Testing for the Neuropsychiatric Population, which has been translated into six languages.
Dr Lewis is also Director of McGill Neurologic Research.
Dr Maitland is a former postdoctoral research fellow in neurology who holds the chair in neuroscience.
He worked at the Department for the Prevention of Cognitive Decline in the Faculty at McGill Medical School.
Dr Mahbub is a Research Fellow in Neuroscience, Faculty of Arts and Science, McGill University, where he has supervised and led the Neuroscience and Cognitive Behaviour Laboratory.
Dr Mahbub also holds a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from McGill, an honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience in the