Congratulations to Tim Bussey on this well-deserved accomplishment!
“How does memory work? And what exactly happens in the brain when memory and learning start to unravel?
These are puzzles Tim Bussey, Western Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience, has been trying to solve in a career of ground-breaking research that uses rodents, rewards and non-invasive touchscreen technology to understand brain circuitry in humans.
Bussey has made deciphering cognitive diseases a matter of mice and milkshakes.
Now Bussey – professor of physiology and pharmacology at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry and director of the BrainsCAN Rodent Cognition Research and Innovation Core – has been named a Fellow in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS).“
Read more on Tim Bussey and two other Brain & Mind Institute researchers who were also named new Fellows in CAHS; an incredible milestone!