A partnership between Queen’s University and NeuroTechX
$300,000 awarded from the Province of Ontario Micro-credential Challenge Fund.Read More in the Queen’s Gazette
Neurotech Micro-credential Program funded for expansion across Ontario
$1,000,000 awarded through the Ontario Community Impact Award to build NeuroTech teaching labs at York, Western, and Nipissing Universities to expand accessibility of our Capstone Project Course.Read the Press Release
Neurotechnology is an emerging growth industry that applies brain sensing, imaging or modulating technologies to solve real world problems, such as diagnosing and treating brain disorders, understanding and modifying brain states, and even interfacing the brain with machines.
To innovate in the neurotechnology field, individuals require interdisciplinary knowledge of fields such as engineering, physics, and neuroscience, however, there remains no widely accessible academic program to allow students to generate this diverse knowledge base. This micro-credential program aims to address this gap to help better prepare students to innovate in the emerging field of neurotechnology.
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Explore some of our featured courses
Neuroscience and Neurotechnology Primer
Neuro Electronic Recording and Processing
Behavioural Assessment Techniques and Technologies
Queen’s micro-credentials address knowledge gaps in burgeoning neurotech industry
Queen’s Unversity and NeuroTechX have partnered to bring expertise in leading-edge educational practices to the global neurotechnology community.
Queen’s University is the Canadian research-intensive university with a transformative student learning experience.
NeuroTechX (NTX) is a Canadian non-profit organization and home to the largest international community for neurotechnology enthusiasts, with 18,000+ members world-wide.