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Maxime Bouchard

Maxime Bouchard

Associate professor
Department of Biochemistry

Developmental Genetics of the urogenital system; Mouse models of developmental diseases and urogenital cancer; Apoptotic morphogenesis; Regulation of signaling by tyrosine kinases; Transcriptional networks.

Membranes and cellular signaling

BIOC 458

3 credits
Membranes and Cellular Signaling.

Biochemistry: An integrated treatment of the properties of biological membranes and of intracellular signaling, including the major role that membranes play in transducing and integrating cellular regulatory signals. Biological membrane organization and dynamics: membrane transport; membrane receptors and their associated effectors; mechanisms of regulation of cell growth, morphology, differentiation and death.

Offered by: Biochemistry

  • Terms
    • Winter 2015
  • Instructors
    • John R Silvius, Chantal Autexier, Nathalie Lamarche

Lectures

Consult Student Course Calendars for date, time and location.

Robert E. MacKenzie

Professor Emeritus
Department of Biochemistry

Folate-mediated processes

robert [dot] mackenzie [at] mcgill [dot] ca
1969 - PhD, Cornell University

“PLEASE NOTE: RETIRED - NO LONGER TRAINING GRADUATE STUDENTS OR POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS AND ALSO NO TECHNICIAN POSITIONS”.

Ph.D. Thesis Proposal

Ph.D. Thesis Proposal (BIOC 702)

Grade:Pass/Fail

Guidelines

The Ph.D. Thesis Proposal is essentially a summary of the previous work and research plans that the student expects to carry out and eventually incorporate into a Ph.D. thesis. It is assumed that the Ph.D. Thesis Proposal will be a joint effort on the part of the student and the research supervisor, but that the student plays the major role in the writing and organization of the Proposal. The Ph.D.

David Y. Thomas

David Y. Thomas

Professor
Department of Biochemistry

McIntyre Medical Sciences Building
3655 promenade Sir-William-Osler
Office: Room 900C Lab: Room 900
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1Y6
Tel: 514-398-2973; Lab: 514-398-1341/2350
Fax: 514-398-7384
david [dot] thomas [at] mcgill [dot] ca
1970 - PhD, University College, London

List of master's-level courses

Students must complete 45 credits. Of the 45 Master's credits, 39 credits are thesis courses and the Research Seminar course. The other 6 credits are from 500-600 level complementary courses. Courses can be found in the McGill Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Calendar available on the web.

Research Seminar 1

Research Seminar 1 (BIOC 701, Junior Seminar)

Grade: Pass/Fail

Guidelines

A Research Seminar must be presented by all M.Sc. students in the Department who plan to proceed to the Ph.D. degree, as well as students who enter the Department at the Ph.D. level. The Research Seminar MUST be presented in the third (3rd) semester of graduate studies (normally held in November for those students admitted in September and April/May for those admitted in January).