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WELCOME TO THE WiNTER LAB

The Winston Neuroimaging and Translational Epilepsy Research Laboratory

The Team
fMRI Scan
WCN 2023
SONA Conference
Research Poster Presentation
EEG Certification
MRI Analysis
PI and Collaborator
Grant Recipients
Lab Alumnus, Member and PI
PI
DTI Analysis
Biochemistry Presentation
Lab Members
International Conference

About Epilepsy

Epilepsy is the commonest serious neurological disorder with a prevalence of 1% and is characterized by recurrent seizures and comorbidities such as cognitive problems. When medical treatment is unsuccessful, surgical treatment may be undertaken as potentially curative.

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About the Lab

The Winston Neuroimaging and Translational Epilepsy Research Laboratory (WiNTER Lab) was founded to improve the understanding of the comorbidities of epilepsy and the diagnosis and surgical treatment of people with epilepsy primarily through neuroimaging techniques and translation into clinical practice. This has developed into employing more multimodal approaches, including robotic technology, neuropsychology, EEG and machine learning.

The lab moved to the Centre for Neuroscience Studies at Queen’s University in 2019 having previously been at the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology in London, UK. We work closely with Kingston Health Sciences Centre District Epilepsy Centre and have active collaborations with the School of Computing at Queen’s University, as well as within and outside Canada.

LAB NEWS

Our Recent Highlights

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

At the World Congress of Neurology (WCN) 2023, lab member Andrea Ellsay gave an oral presentation, lab alumnus Theo Aliyianis gave an oral presentation and presented a poster, and lab alumnus Madeline Hopkins presented a poster!

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

A postdoctural fellowship, MSc positions, and honours projects are all available! For more information about lab opportunities:

PROMOTION TO PROFESSOR

Congratulations to Dr. Gavin Winston for his promotion to Professor of Neurology!

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