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A haven for the food lover's soul

Tue, 2004-07-06 12:00

Gabriella Gershenson, BA'99, stimulates palettes by sampling, and writing about, restaurants that are off the beaten track. Growing up with a mother in the catering profession, she developed a taste for culinary delights. Now living in New York, she tries to help her readers find enjoyable taste sensations outside the mainstream.

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Preliminary findings show osteoporosis 'care gap'

Wed, 2004-07-14 09:30

Dr Alan Tenenhouse, Director of the Division of Bone Metabolism in the Medicine department at the McGill University Health Centre, is the principal investigator in an eye-opening osteoporosis study surveying 9,000 Canadians.

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The language of illness

Mon, 2004-07-12 10:00

Dr Debra Titone, a researcher who came to McGill from Harvard, is focussing on one fascinating piece of the schizophrenia puzzle: how words and phrases are sometimes incorrectly processed by those suffering from the illness.

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McGill grad innovates with Brazilian music forms

Thu, 2004-07-15 12:00

Jovino Santos Neto, BSc(Agr)'77, has played with some of the biggest names in Latin jazz, has produced countless albums, and has blended old world charm with new melodic beats.

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Artificial eye coming into focus

Thu, 2004-07-15 12:00

Dr Avijit Chaudhuri, a professor in neuroscience at McGill, is working on an artificial eye that will allow the blind to view images; he wants to use a video device to bypass the normal eye-to-brain circuit.

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Kids marvel at human genome

Mon, 2004-07-12 11:30

A special show-and-tell took place at the McGill University Génome Quebec Innovation Centre on July 12.

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Bringing life back to Montreal

Thu, 2004-07-15 10:00

In 2003, Tom Hudson opened the McGill University and Genome Québec Innovation Centre, a glass and limestone building nestled between the university campus and the city's famous Mount Royal Park. Its more than 100 employees, from graduate students to senior scientists, plan to put Montreal at the hub of the world's genomics and proteomics map.

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Scientists discover key step in the development of nerve cells

Thu, 2004-07-15 13:00

Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute at McGill University have discovered a gene that is necessary for the correct development of the part of the brain that controls autonomic functions such as heart rate, bronchial dilation and gut peristalsis.

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Little girl with Ondine's Disease undergoes phrenic nerve surgery at the Montreal Children's Hospital

Mon, 2004-07-19 11:30

Daphné has been plugged into a ventilator since birth. She was born with a very rare defect known as Congenital Central Alveolar Hypoventilation Syndrome, or Ondine's Disease.

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Contact: Lisa Dutton
Organization: The Montreal Children's Hospital, McGill University Health Centre
Office Phone: 514-412-4307
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Solidarity Fund QFL invests $10 million in MSBi

Mon, 2004-07-19 15:00

The Solidarity Fund QFL announced a $10-million investment in MSBi Investment Fund LP, a seed- and early-stage fund specializing in high tech business financing. This partnership will allow MSBi to more adequately respond to the financial needs of seed-stage and early-stage companies resulting from next generation technologies that emanate from McGill, Sherbrooke and Bishop's universities, as well as their affiliated hospitals and research centres.

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