The McGill University and Génome Québec Innovation Centre, located at 740 Dr Penfield Avenue, is a world class research facility for genomics and proteomics.
McGill University will host the 56th Annual Conference of the Institute of French-American History Institut d'Histoire de l'Amérique française (IHAF). Historians will come not only from Quebec but also from the rest of Canada, the United States and Europe.
The McGill Bio-Business Incubator Facility offers five state-of-the-art laboratory modules, located on two floors in the 740 Dr Penfield building.
Discover facts and features on Montreal's newest address for medical and scientific research, 740 Dr Penfield Avenue, a new scientific space that will change the face of research in Canada.
Construction of 740 Dr Penfield Avenue was made possible through one shared vision - to improve health care research for all Canadians. Please read on for an alphabetical list of partners who helped transform that dream into a reality.
The Réseau Protéomique de Montréal / Montreal Proteomics Network (RPMPN) is a project unit of Génome Québec with its core facility located at 740 Dr. Penfield Ave. in the McGill University and Genome Quebec Innovation Centre.
The Centre for Bone and Periodontal Research (Bone Centre), located at 740 Dr Penfield Ave., is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge related to normal skeletal function and to diseases of the skeleton including some of the most common disorders affecting women and the aging population.
Volunteer MD and youth health care advocate McGill's Pierre-Paul Tellier devotes self to health awareness
While an estimated 50,000 young people dance the night away at Montreal annual Black and Blue party this Thanksgiving weekend, McGill's Dr Pierre-Paul Tellier will be busy overseeing a 40-person, volunteer medical team that will care for attendees.
Home is a simple word with so many meanings. Throughout October, McGill University has teamed up with the CBC, Concordia and Hour to explore the many facets of home as part of Montreal Matters 2003.
Adam Conter's hair is about to hit the floor. The third-year student has spearheaded a McGill chapter of Mix 96's Shave to Save Campaign, which raises funds for breast cancer research and treatment. Conter will go the way of Kojak on October 21.