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Class of Mark Fewer
CJ Li is named fellow of the World Academy of Sciences, for the advancement of science in developing countries
Professor Chao-Jun Li, Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) at McGill University has been elected during the Academy’s 27th Annual General Meeting in Kigali Rwanda, as one of the 40 new fellows of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS). Established in 1983, the TWAS is an academy of the world's most accomplished scientists and engineers, constituted of 2004 elected Fellows in more than 90 countries. Prof. C-J Li was elected in recognition of his pioneering work on a wide range of new synthetic reactions for Green Chemistry.
Congratulations to our PhD trainee, Ayat Salman, who is a co-author on a Nature publication based on her work for the liver disease biobank (http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nm.4197.html). Ayat’s PhD will draw directly on this experience to explore the necessary framework for a Primary Care Biobank with a focus on Obesity. Ayat has been award an FRQ-S PhD Scholarship and is supervised by Dr. Gillian Bartlett and Dr. Peter Metrakos.
The Gaspé Spec, English-language weekly of the Gaspé, Quebec area, published a detailed article concerning the B. Ed. program in First Nations and Inuit Education, offered by the Office of First Nations and Inuit Education (OFNIE) with our faculty.
The McGill Tribune's Emilie Macfie provided an in-depth look at the success of the recent Faculty of Education Holiday Pop-Up Shop, a fundraiser for McGill's ongoing Centraide fundraising campaign, in an article titled "The holiday season kicks off at Education Faculty's pop-up shop", published November 28, 2016.
These awards recognize outstanding medical students who have demonstrated an interest or commitment to a career in family medicine. Each Canadian medical school is invited to nominate a medical student in their second-last undergraduate year of study at the time of application.
Dr. Caitlin Reimer - CFPC Family Medicine Resident Leadership Award 2016
Andy Williams (B.Ed., Physical Education) was featured in the inaugural episode of the Q Block Party series, on CBC Radio's Q with Tom Power. The article, titled "Andy Williams' musical tribute to Montreal's Little Burgundy", is a musical journey through some of the c
Statistical inference in networks and genomics