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Killam Seminar: Parkinson's Disease: Moving from GWAS to Precision Health

27 Sep 201616:00
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  Speaker: Mike Nalls, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland Host: Ziv Gan-or and Guy Rouleau

Angelo J. Canty (McMaster University)

27 Sep 201615:30
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16:30

A Quasi-Likelihood Method to Detect Differential Expression in RNA-Seq Data

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Neurology Grand Rounds: Probing cerebral degeneration in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis using MRI

28 Sep 201608:30
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09:30

Speaker: Dr. Sanjay Kalra, Professor, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of Alberta   A light breakfast will be served

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Seminar - Anatomy/Cell Biology - Dr. Stephanie Weber (Department of Biology)

28 Sep 201611:30
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12:30

"Intracellular phase transitions drive organelle assembly and size scaling" Dr. Stephanie Weber, McGill University, Department of Biology

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André Hoelz, Ph.D./ Seminar Title: "The structure of the nuclear pore complex"

28 Sep 201612:00
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13:00

Hosted by the Department of Biochemistry Mandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsAndré Hoelz, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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MBA Online Infosession

28 Sep 201612:00
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13:00

You're considering applying for an MBA but not sure where to start? Attend our online infosession.

Gene Expression Atlases as a Tool to Understand Circadian Clocks and Skeletal Muscle Function

28 Sep 201612:00
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13:00

Dr. Michael Hughes Department of Biology University of Missouri at St. Louis

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Matilde Lalín, Université de Montréal, DMS

28 Sep 201612:30
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13:30

Des ellipses, des courbes elliptiques, des secrets et un million de dollars

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McGill Open Forum on Sustainability

28 Sep 201614:00
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16:00

Members of the McGill community are invited to a series of open meetings to participate in a series of open meetings to explore ways to create a climate a “comprehensive action plan” to redue our carbon footprint, expand initiats in sustainability

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uApply (Graduate Admissions System) maintenance - September 28

28 Sep 201616:00
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18:00

The uApply system will undergo a scheduled maintenance operation Wednesday, September 28, between 4 pm and 6 pm. The system will be unavailable during this period. 

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