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Pioneering MRI for Autism Research: Christine Tardif
Meet professor Christine Tardif, TACC regular researcher member, co-investigator of the Québec 1000 families (Q1K) initiative and expert on novel brain imaging methods and technologies.
Together with her team, she is leading the development of an innovative neuroimaging protocol for Q1K that will help better understand the autistic brain structure and function. To learn more visit q1k.ca/en/.