Following a rigorous review of qualifications, the MUHC Board of Directors has approved two consortia to move forward in the MUHC’s selection process for a private-sector partner for its Glen Campus.
Every Monday in the Globe and Mail's Report on Business, Karl Moore interviews professors and thinkers, CEOs and exciting young professors.
Pioneer in field of narrative medicine to deliver 31st Osler Lecture
The challenges that autistic patients face become more pronounced during adolescence
Veterans from Ste. Anne's Hospital invited in honour of institution's 90th anniversary
McGill's Department of Family Medicine is pleased to welcome Dr. Carol Herbert, Professor of Family Medicine and Dean of the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Western Ontario.
Media@McGill scholar to address impact of technology on transnational communities
Scientists know that chickens are related to dinosaurs. But what makes animals, including humans, so different from our ancestors -- or from one another? According to radical new research, not as much as you'd think. And tinkering with the building blocks of life may shed light not only on what makes us the way we are, but on the mysteries of evolution. Like a small but growing number of paleontologists, Professor Hans Larsson was attracted to evo-devo, or evolutionary developmental biology, because it opens up just this door to recreating the past.
In an op-ed in the Guelph Mercury, James Ford and Lea Berrang-Ford, both from the Department of Geography at McGill, write that we have the ability to avoid the most extreme effects of climate change but to do so will require commitment by all nations, including our own. They propose that an upcoming international conference in Bali offers Canada a chance to maintain its international reputation.
After climate change, global genetic diversity could become the next great concern of humanity, claims biologist Michel Loreau, Canada Research Chair in Theoretical Ecology at McGill. Prof. Loreau, through the international organization Diversitas, documents the harmful effects of the erosion of the biogenetic resources on earth and advocates political action.