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The Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music – CRBLM – is a strategic research group with a unique interdisciplinary focus on language, music, and their intersection. The CRBLM represents a novel and innovative integration of researchers with interdependent but complementary expertise from diverse disciplines focused on the unique neurobiological and social endowments of language and music.
Our global objective is to foster a research and training environment that supports innovative cognitive, cultural, and neuroscientific approaches that gather unique insights into the organization of the human brain for speech, language, music and communication. Bringing together a critical mass of researchers with complementary interests and expertise in brain, language, and music, both human and animal models of their function and dysfunction, the CRBLM represents the largest concentration of basic and applied research internationally on this interdisciplinary enterprise with a mandate to strengthen existing research in each domain and to generate cross-domain interactions and collaborations, development of synergistic collaborations with provincial, national and international institutions and research centers, and dissemination of knowledge through public lectures, podcasts, international conferences and media activities.