Brenden is currently pursuing his Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology; Biomedical Science Stream at York University. Brenden has a passion for neurology and neuroscience, with an emphasis on neuroplasticity, learning, and mindfulness. He strives to attend medical school to become a practicing neurologist and medical researcher.
Brenden currently leads NCT’s Special Projects and Research Team, composed of students of a multidisciplinary background, aiming to publish research on novel clinical interventions and clinical throughput models, with the goal of better serving the medical community as a whole. Brenden joined the NCT team in November of 2019, and helped develop the Virtual Rapid Access Clinics (VRACs) outreach. His areas of research include medical cannabis for neurological conditions, novel neurological clinical interventions, virtual medicine, and he looks to expand his knowledge more with NCT’s ongoing research projects.
Brenden has an interest in neurology and hopes to one day become a neurologist or neurosurgeon. Brenden is very interested in robotic neurosurgery and its use in greatly improving the scale of neurological care. He is fascinated by the many unknowns of the brain and hopes to one day be at the forefront of research in neurology.
Brenden’s role at NCT Virtual is in assisting in the development and awareness of the clinics