Researchers at the MUHC have discovered a new gene for retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a group of inherited diseases that result in degeneration of the eye's retina.
The prognosis is promising for McGill's Faculty of Medicine with the establishment of the Robert Kinch Chair in Women's Health.
The Swiss-based Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction has given its 2005 Gold Award for North America to a firm headed by three McGill alumni.
This nomination directly expresses the desire of the two university health centres to work in complementarity in order to achieve new levels of collaboration for further development of the Quebec health system.
Stephen Lewis draws on his experience as UN special envoy in Africa and AIDS advocate when delivering this year's Massey Lectures.
McGill comes out ahead in latest Research Infosource Inc. rankings, and the Times Higher Education Supplement names the university the highest in Canada.
The Bronfman Building officially inaugurates its new lobby, named after million-dollar benefactor Herschel Victor.
Vancouverite Wendy Brett goes from working in a plumbing company to helping first-year francophone students get their bearings.
The best and the brightest are celebrated in McGill's newly launched research mag, Headway.
Morton Mendelson discusses research, teaching and his myriad of committee work.