Darren Kadis

Dr. Kadis studies brain-behaviour relationships and neuroplasticity in healthy development and disease. Specifically, he is interested in the architecture and physiology of networks supporting language and related functions, in childhood. Members of his lab use advanced neuroimaging and computational techniques to map function and model responses to injury. They work frequently with magnetoencephalography (MEG), analyzing the fast oscillatory and connectivity dynamics that support language in childhood.

Dr. Kadis an Associate Professor of Physiology at the University of Toronto, Scientist in Neurosciences and Mental Health and Director of the Human Neurophysiology Core at the Hospital for Sick Children.