1. Catherine Ivory: CpG ODN adjuvant enhances the immunogenicity of a Gal-lectin vaccine. 2. Anne-Claude Bourgeois: Trace elements and nematode infections
Structural and functional characterization of the PST-1 glycosomal protein import pathway in the parasite Leishmania donovani
Carrie A. Rentchler, Art History and Communication Studies, McGill
Shake off those post-holiday blues at the YMA 5th anniversary celebration! This year's annual martini night bash is moving to Collection in the Byward Market, but we still promise all those things you've come to expect from YMA over the past 5 years - new friends, old friends and lots of laughter.
Who can refuse this kind of offer? Especially when it's Stubbe Chocolates, the best in Ottawa! Mr. Stubbe will demonstrate a couple of recipes, followed by some devilish taste testing! Don't forget pen & paper to write down recipes, & a bit of cash for chocolate cravings! Sign up early; seating limited to 12/session (there's another session Feb. 7). First come, first served!
Who can refuse this kind of offer? Especially when it's Stubbe Chocolates, the best in Ottawa! Mr. Stubbe will demonstrate a couple of recipes, followed by some devilish taste testing! Don't forget pen & paper to write down recipes, & a bit of cash for chocolate cravings! Sign up early; seating limited to 12/session (another session Jan. 31). First come, first served!
The Inter-University Capital Alumni Network (ICAN) invites McGill alumni to celebrate Chinese New Year with Ottawa-area graduates from Brock, Concordia, Ottawa U & others. 2005 is the Year of the Rooster - one very self-sufficient bird that will never go hungry. Neither will we with our Chinese dinner featuring 10 traditional dishes symbolizing longevity, prosperity & good fortune. Payment for this event due by January 21.
Do you enjoy throwing rocks from a hack, performing takeouts, being in the house or on the button? If this makes no sense to you, join us for the Fourth Annual McGill Alumni Curling Bonspiel. No experience necessary. Short introductory clinic followed by games, then drinks. It's definitely more fun than watching curling on TV!
Have you always wanted to know what's below the surface of the water? Here's your chance - experience breathing underwater with the Ottawa Beaver Scuba Club and the Young McGill Alumni of Ottawa. Just bring a towel and bathing suit; the Beavers will provide the rest of the equipment and qualified instructors for a safe learning environment. The fun starts with a short presentation on the subject, followed by a pool session.
The Museum of Civilization was the leading vote-getter in our first interactive event.The '60s exhibit is the main show currently. We'll meet at the museum on April 17 (please note the new date!), will tour the exhibit and then go for brunch at the Museum Café. Anyone interested in continuing to tour the permanent exhibits can do so after brunch at their leisure.