Drs. Bertrand Lebouché and Charo Rodriguez were awarded a grant totaling 160,000.00 CAD for their application to the Mitacs-Accelerate Internship Program
On August 18, 2015, Drs. Bertrand Lebouché and Charo Rodriguez were awarded a grant totaling 160,000.00 CAD for their application to the Mitacs-Accelerate Internship Program (72,000 from the partner organization, Merck Inc, and 88,000 from Mitacs). Mitacs is a national, not-for-profit organization that supports research-based innovation, in part, through a research internship program designed to increase deployment of highly educated graduates into the private sector.
Professor Lawrence Goodridge, Ian and Jayne Munro Chair in Food Safety and Food Science professor, was interviewed by Food Safety News about his $9.8 M Salmonella research project while attending recent International Association for Food Protection meetings in Portland, Oregon.
Seminar - "The Israel National Quality Indicators in Community Healthcare Programs (QICH): A Model of Population-Based Measures Based on Electronic Medical Records " with Ora Paltiel
In a large study analyzing 20 years of data from Quebec, a team from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) has demonstrated that gestational diabetes signals future diabetes risk not only in mothers, but also in fathers. The study was recently published in Diabetes Care.
Congratulations to Dr. Ann Macaulay on being honoured as one of the Top 20 Pioneers in Family Medicine Research in Canada!
We are proud to announce that Dr. Ann Macaulay, Professor and Founding Director of Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM) in our department, was recently chosen as one of the Top 20 Pioneers of Family Medicine Research in Canada by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). These pioneers in Family Medicine research were among the first to apply new research methodologies, laying the ground work for the advancement of family medicine in Canada. Dr.
Insecticides that are sprayed in orchards and fields across North America may be more toxic to spiders than scientists previously believed.
Even jumping spiders have personalities scientists have discovered. A "shy" individual will not make the same choices as a "bold" individual. This means that some individuals, because of their personality type, will capture more prey than others, and will therefore have a larger effect on local ecosystems.
McGill’s Faculty of Education is pleased to welcome back Catherine Essar, our Faculty Research Administrator in charge of the Faculty’s OFFERING services.
Dr. Greg Matlashewski will be speaking about 'TBA'.
Researchers at McGill have clearly identified, for the first time, the specific parts of the brain involved in decisions that call for delayed gratification.