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Reciprocal regulation of ErbB2-driven mammary tumorigenesis through 14-3-3σ and the Akt family of kinases

Mon, 2008-03-17 12:00 - 13:00
McIntyre Medical Building : 3655 promenade Sir William Osler Montreal Quebec Canada , H3G 1Y6

Senior Seminar: Rachelle Dillon, William Muller's Lab

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Contact: Rachelle Leger
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Identification of novel genetic factors controlling resistance to blood-stage malaria

Mon, 2008-03-31 12:00 - 13:00
McIntyre Medical Building : 3655 promenade Sir William Osler Montreal Quebec Canada , H3G 1Y6

Senior Seminar: Gundula Min-Oo, Philippe Gros' Lab

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Contact: Rachelle Leger
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The dual role of translation initiation factor eIF4B in mammalian cells

Mon, 2008-03-03 12:00 - 13:00
McIntyre Medical Building : 3655 promenade Sir William Osler Montreal Quebec Canada , H3G 1Y6

Senior Seminar: David Shahbazian, Nahum Sonenberg's Lab

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Contact: Rachelle Leger
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Excavating the past in the present: Doing archaeology at the pre-Columbian city of Tiwanaku

Mon, 2008-03-17 18:00
Leacock Building : 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 2T7

Nicole Couture, Canada Research Chair in the Anthropology of Early Urbanism, Dept of Anthropology, McGill. Drawing on her research at the ancient South American city of Tiwanaku, Nicole Couture will discuss how contemporary archaeologists study a wide range of objects and excavation contexts - whether the sumptuous palaces of kings and queens or the garbage pits of poorer neighbourhoods - to understand the complexity and diversity of past societies. She will also explore the implications of archaeological research in contemporary Latin America, including the importance of archaeological sites as symbols of both national and indigenous identity. Jointly presented by the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science as part of the new "Books and Beakers" series. Reception to follow.

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Contact: Kathleen Holden (Arts)
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Portland Book Club: "People of the Book" by Geraldine Brooks

Wed, 2008-03-26 19:00
The Coffee Room, Powell Books, 1005 West Burnside, Portland OR : The Coffee Room, Powell Books, 1005 West Burnside, Portland OR

Our first book club meeting was a great success! We would like to thank everyone who participated for making it such a fantastic event. Future meetings will be held on the fourth Wednesday of every month. At each session, one member will lead the discussion of a book they recommended and which was agreed upon by the group.

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Contact: Dave Brodkey
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Doctoral thesis proposal

Fri, 2008-03-14 14:00
Bronfman Building : 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1G5

Beste Kucukyazici (Operations Management): "The Journey of Stroke Care: Can Operations Research Alleviate Adverse Outcomes?"

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Contact: Stella Scalia
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Diagnosing diabetes - Is the "writing on the wall" in the glucose time series?

Thu, 2008-03-20 16:00
McIntyre Medical Building : 3655 promenade Sir William Osler Montreal Quebec Canada , H3G 1Y6

Dr. Steven Paraskevas, director, Transplant Research, McGill University Health Centre

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Doctoral thesis defense

Fri, 2008-03-14 14:45
Bronfman Building : 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1G5

Olivier Caya (Information Systems): "Information Technologies, Knowledge Integration and Performance in Virtual Teams"

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Contact: Stella Scalia
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Hiking trip - New York

Sun, 2008-03-30 07:30
Grand Central, 42nd St. and Park Ave., New York : Grand Central, 42nd St. and Park Ave., New York

We will take the train from Grand Central Terminal to Cold Spring, N.Y. On arrival, we'll lace up our walking shoes and trek up one of the nearby mountains that overlook the Hudson River. Don't forget your camera to capture the view! After making our way back down, we'll head to a local historic pub for dinner.

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Contact: Chris Gratto
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Bride-ing the Shrew: Costumes that Matter

Tue, 2008-03-18 17:00 - 19:00
Arts Building : 853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 0G5

In this presentation, Barbara Hodgdon takes Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew to explore how clothes "act out" in support of historical and cultural meanings. Placing Shrew's written language of clothes against Elizabethan social customs, she investigates how theatre's fabrications have invited spectators to look at Kate's (the Shrew's) "speaking body" in performance, and how Kate's clothes play with the most serious theme of human, and theatrical, consciousness – Who am I?

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