The McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind (MIMM) is an interdisciplinary group of researchers including psychologists, neuroscientists, music theorists, musicians, dancers, media artists, mathematicians, kinesiologists, health scientists, and engineers. MIMM's founding director, music psychologist Laurel Trainor, researches how music impacts our mind and bodies.
Engineers are developing some of the most advanced technologies to reveal the workings and structure of the human brain.
For Fei Chiang and her research group, it's all about ensuring the quality of the data.
Geriatric epidemiologist Parminder Raina is the founding director of the new McMaster Institute of Geroscience -- the first of its kind in Canada.
Abigail Payne is leading McMaster's multidisciplinary big data institute with an approach that values innovation and is focused on outcomes.