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The Early Drug Discovery Unit at The Neuro

Through the practice of Open Science, The Neuro’s Early Drug Discovery Unit (EDDU) aims to accelerate discovery of new treatments for neurological disorders and to promote sharing of knowledge, scientific research data, and materials, which benefits patients worldwide.

EDDU One-Pager presents the EDDU mission, values, what we do, facilities and how to contact us.

We Work at the Neuro's EDDU!

Open Science

The Neuro's EDDU is powered by Open Science.

Staff members viewing the EDDU infographic in the lab.

We believe in freely sharing data to speed up drug discovery and engaging in the following Open Science initiatives:

​Open data 

Open access

Open intellectual property 

Open sharing 


Contact Us

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For general inquiries: Contact us by email.

For career and training opportunities: Contact Genevieve Dorval by email.

For operations and lab oversight: Contact Genevieve Dorval by email.

For accessing iPSCs: Please contact us by email.

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Visit our main website for more information about our research, our iPSC Seminar Series, and more. 

Early Drug Discovery Unit

The Neuro

North Wing B150

3801 University

Montreal, QC H3A 2B4 

Office phone number: 514-398-7298

Lab phone number: 514-398-3427

Forebrain neurons stained for VGLUT1 (green) and MAP2 (magenta). The nuclei are labeled with the nuclear marker Hoechst 33342 (blue).
Photo by: Cecilia Rocha

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