Julie Snyder and Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau present a cheque for $112,000 to MUHC project.
As part of National Mental Health Week, Michael Spevack, clinical psychologist at McGill, talks with the Gazette about panic attacks, the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric disorder in North America, often a precursor to agoraphobia.
A quarter of patients who suffered a heart attack while taking Vioxx did so within the first two weeks of taking the drug, a new study published by MUHC investigators reveals.
McGill gears up to host some 6,000 delegates of the Association pour le savoir (Acfas) conference -- the largest francophone conference in North America, and possibly the world. So how do you keep 6,000 people entertained for five days? Read on.
Can we free ourselves -- and future generations -- from the predisposed genetic monsters lurking in our DNA? Moshe Szyf and Michael Meaney believe that through our actions we can alter the fabric of our genes.
Coming from as far away as Germany and New Mexico, the latest CRCs top our number up to 122.
Michael Spevack strikes fear into our hearts; Karim Nader et al hit the Top 40 list; Desmond Morton takes on the PM.
Oft-decorated management guru Henry Mintzberg cops the $50,000 Canada Council Molson Prize in Social Sciences and Humanities. He'd better add a wing to his home to store all his hardware.
In his last article as a member of the McGill Reporter staff, Jeff "Bad Boy" Roberts tugs at our heartstrings as he reminisces about his decade as an undergrad, law student and McGill staffer. So long Jefferson, we hardly knew ye.
Second-year chemical engineering student and top-flight water polo player David Paradelo instructs young players on the intricacies of eggbeaters, hole sets and greenies.