McGill’s long history of neuroscience innovation began a new chapter of collaboration with the inception of a partnership with the University of Oxford. The two universities are building a framework for neuroscience research, teaching, joint grant bids, student exchanges and faculty crossappointments.
“By working together, we can increase the scope of our research and teaching and look forward to new advances in a wide range of conditions, from autism to Alzheimer’s,” saysJohn Hood, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.
“In joining forces, we can have a powerful impact,” adds McGill Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum. “Together, we will attract new funding, accelerate the pace of research and, most important, the delivery of results.”