Engineers and computer scientists have the hard skills required to innovate in NeuroTech, but they often lack foundational neuroscience knowledge; the reverse is true for biomedical and social science students. Business students have industry skills and entrepreneurial spirit but lack foundational skills about the brain. Most groups of learners know little about neuroethical and regulatory frameworks. Our aim is to address these various gaps by developing an initial suite of core microcredentials to prepare students to transition to this industry or help people in the workforce upscale their skills to do so.

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Queen’s University and NeuroTechX have partnered to bring expertise in leading-edge educational practices to the global neurotechnology community.

About Queen’s University

Queen’s University is the Canadian research-intensive university with a transformative student learning experience.

About NeuroTechX

NeuroTechX (NTX) is a Canadian non-profit organization and home to the largest international community for neurotechnology enthusiasts, with 18,000+ members world-wide.

In Collaboration With

  • Queen's Health Sciences
  • York University
  • Nipissing University