The end of the year is quickly approaching, we invite you to join the MIMM Department and MIGSA for the end of the year holiday celebration. Please join our potluck and register here. For your participation in the party we ask you bring a dish to share or $25. Beverages will be provided.
As part of the Infection and Immunity Seminar Series, Dr. Nicole Baumgarth from the Center for Comparative Medicine, University of California will be giving a lecture entitled “Innate-like B cells in infection, their functions and their rules of engagement”
Florencia Iulita; "Studying Alzheimer’s disease pre-clinical stages: insights from Down’s syndrome and transgenic models"
Senior student seminar
Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Rhiannon Gainor, McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) doctoral student, has been named a 2013-14 ASIS&T New Leader. This year was exceptionally competitive, with 77 applications from ASIS&T members from 10 countries. This is the second time in two years a SIS student has won this award. Congratulations Rhiannon!
Thibodeau Architecture + Design (J. Robert Thibodeau, Principal, B.Arch.
In the Analytic module of our International Masters In Practicing Management and our Advanced Leadership Program for executives, my colleague Henry Mintzberg likes to use this story to show how analysis can get in the way of really understanding an organization and its purpose.
“A young, enthusiastic MBA was finally given the opportunity to apply his learning. He was asked to carry out a survey of a group with which he was not normally familiar and submit recommendations as to how its efficiency could be increased.
DCL Candidate Marie-Ève Couture Ménard will be defending her doctoral thesis, Les collaborations public-privé en santé publique au Canada et la responsabilité publique des acteurs participants : Une analyse juridique d’un phénomène émergent, which was prepared under the supervision of Professor Lara Khoury.
Online retailer Amazon is taking on supermarkets by delivering food directly to Canadians’ doorsteps.
The retail giant, which built its business selling books and entertainment through the mail, launched its new grocery category Thursday, in what’s certain to be an intensifying battle between grocers.
Amazon says the initial selection includes 15,000 non-perishable grocery products, like coffee, cereal and baby food, from a variety of brands such as Campbell, Nestle, Pepsi, and Kellogg.
(Video features Professor Animesh Animesh)