Identification and characterization of the genetic component of differential susceptibility to mouse tuberculosis
Mojgan Rastegar (PhD; Mark Featherstone lab): "Sequential chromatin remodeling is involved in the transcriptional activation of hox genes during neurogenesis"; Nikhat Boyd (PhD; David Thomas lab): "The in vivo role of components of the endoplasmic reticulum quality control system."
Sign up now for the Cancer Prevention Centre's "Smoke Free" 7-week smoking cessation program. Evenings. Call now to sign up or to find out about our student rate. Open to staff, students and friends of McGill.
Incorporating essential fundamentals in key disciplines with the latest management strategies and techniques. The course runs for 9 Monday evenings, with two weekend sessions and a closing dinner.
Includes over 60 symposium talks, 600 workshop presentations and 320 posters, covering research on viruses of humans, animals, plants and bacteria. Final day: special symposium on SARS. Registration mandatory for attendance: see website. Hosted by Nicholas H. Acheson, professor, Microbiology and Immunology.
Includes exciting array of gourmet foods from across Canada, open bar including All-Canadian Ice Wine Martini Bar with Iceberg Vodka, Colio Ice Wine, Canadian beer and wine, great door prizes and music of Juno Award winner Chris Tarry. Purchase tickets online through Paypal ticket link on website or via email (see below). Tickets are going fast and space is limited; please preregister to ensure a spot.
With Canadian beer, Canadian food (free poutine) and Canadian music (all night)! Closest subway stops are F/V to 2nd avenue or the 6 line to Bleeker Street. Display your patriotism by wearing red and white!!
Join friends old and new at Whiskey Park in the Park Plaza Hotel! A hip place to socialize, featuring roomy leather chairs, good food and drink. Add McGill grads to the mix, and you can't help but have a great time! Non-McGill friends are always welcome. No need to RSVP, just join us!