We believe in an equal opportunity and diverse learning environemnt, enriched via inclusion and involvemnt regardless of the colour of your skin, your gender identity, your age, or any other factor. We work to promote diversity and to perpetuate a non-decriminatory and accepting group.
With every project, we aim to push the bleeding edge of the technology and expand our collective knowledge. In spirit of community and collaboration all of our projects are either open source or open access. We strongly believe knowledge should be available to everyone. We work to provide discounts to our workshops as needed, offering complete coverage of workshop fees for attendees in need, who would otherwise be unable to attend.
We work to support neurotech startups and equip students with competitive skillsets. Hosting talks and networking session with industry leaders in neurotech and encouraging cross-disciplinary collaboration, we hope to centralize Alberta as a hotspot for neurotech innovation.
Campus Alberta Neuroscience is delighted to be a gold level sponsor for NAT Chat, hosted by NeurAlbertaTech and recognizes the significant impact this event brings to the neurotech industry and ecosystem in Alberta. CAN has a keen focus on providing opportunities for entrepreneurs working in Neuroscience and Mental Health across Alberta, with a particular interest in the development of the commercialization ecosystem, including supporting the development of new companies, supporting education and knowledge of entrepreneurship as well as securing new investment in the province.
CAN is a provincial organization committed to promoting and increasing the impact and outcomes of Alberta-wide collaborative research, education, translation and innovation initiatives in neuroscience and mental health.
At the Neuroscience and Mental Health Institute, we are training the next generation of researchers who will find solutions and improve the lives of those affected by neurological and mental health diseases and disorders. We support NeurAlbertaTech as it promotes innovation and education in the neurotechnology space.