Carlos Gevers-Montoro

Carlos Gevers Montoro is a chiropractor and a PhD student in Neurosciences at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. While he completes his PhD, Carlos still lectures at the Madrid College of Chiropractic. The main focus of his studies is on pain neurophysiology. He currently uses EEG and quantitative sensory testing to investigate the hypoalgesic mechanisms of spinal manipulation.

The Art of Imaging: Science meets beauty

While art and science are often presented as opposing forces in today’s world, the aim of the two disciplines has always been fundamentally the same: to provide a representation of the real world. This intricate link between art and science becomes more obvious as we look to past discoveries that were made before the invention of modern scientific technologies that help us capture reality, in a time when it was in many ways necessary for scientists to be artists as well.

The silver linings of cancelled conferences

COVID-19 has shaken our whole world upside down. Our minds are racing with stress and anxiety as we read the news, worry about our loved ones, and feel pressure to stay productive during this unusual time. Coping with this new situation is extremely taxing and resource-consuming, especially for early-career researchers, as we face increasingly unpredictable futures.

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