Dr. Yong Rao, Centre for Research in Neuroscience & Dept of Neurology, Dept of Medicine, McGill
Dr. Huw Davies, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland
Co-sponsored by the MUHC Office of Research Ethics.
Jonathan S. Reichner, Division of Biology and Medicine, Brown University, Providence, RI
Presented by the Alumni Association of Nova Scotia, the Faculty of Music and the Montreal Neurological Institute. Guest speakers: Robert J. Zatorre, Montreal Neurological Institute and Faculty of Music; Stephen McAdams, Canada Research Chair in Music Perception and Cognition; William H. Feindel, Director Emeritus, Montreal Neurological Institute.
Canada's first national research lecture tours were created to inform Canadians of the latest state of knowledge on topics of national interest and to provide a platform for policy-related discussions. Dr. Brenda Milner, a founder of cognitive neuroscience and professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill, will present "The Many Faces of Memory," an informative look at the varying facets of human memory.
The Redpath Museum invites you on a Stones and B**r Tour. Join this early evening bike trip exploring local history, architecture, secret spots and building stones. Includes a b**r and cheese-tasting at McAuslan's Brewery and a special dessert. Reservations required.
Presented by the Canadian Consulate General and the McGill Alumni Association of New York. An evening of discussion, film and reading, introduced by Pamela Wallin. Featuring US premiere of David Macfarlane's "Four Nights with Mordecai," read by Gil Bellows. RUSH tickets - $10, available at the window at 5:30 pm, subject to availability (2/person, cash only).
Dean Slee is delighted to invite the graduating class of 2005, along with their friends and family, to a post-convocation reception directly following the ceremonies. Come celebrate with the Dean, your professors and staff. The reception will feature a live band, refreshments and finger food. See you there!
Dr. Charlie Boone, Banting and Best Dept of Medical Research, University of Toronto. Coffee & cookies 15 min. before seminar (2nd floor); lunch & discussion with speaker after (2nd floor). Co-sponsored by Perkin Elmer and Agilent Technologies.