The Graham Boeckh Foundation and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research are pleased to launch a call for expressions of interest through their partnership, TRAM, for an upcoming research network.  This will involve bringing together Canada’s youth mental health communities to collectively build one unique pan-Canadian research-to-practice network.  The intent is to identify the groups, […]

“We were friends and classmates many decades ago. What has drawn us together once more is that our families have both been touched by mental illness. And in both cases, the outcome of that mental illness has been and continues to be tragic and devastating. Graham Boeckh suffered from schizophrenia and in the end passed […]

June 28 2012

“Greater industry presence, more collaboration and international efforts hope to accelerate brain research and move products to patients more quickly” Bio Business Julia Teeluck with contributions from Robert Price A Golden Age for Neuroscience

I’m delighted to have been invited to join the panel at this event organized by the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions. As the Premiers gather down the street here in Halifax at their Council of the Federation meeting on the general topic of health and the specific topic of health innovation, it is certainly timely […]

“Graham Boeckh was 22 when he died of complications arising from schizophrenia. More than 10 years later his memory will live on through McGill’s newly created Graham Boeckh Chair of Schizophrenia Studies. A $1.5 million donation from the Graham Boeckh Foundation led to the creation of one of North America’s first chairs in schizophrenia research…” […]