See the coverage in the two articles below Published on September 30 | McGill DailyWritten by by Lauria Galbraith and Hannah Reardon
Insects are not something you are likely to find on the menu in Canada, but the United Nations suggests they should be. Published September 27 2013 | Globe and Mail In fact, they're eaten in other parts of the world and some Canadian business people are creating products to meet demand and be a global resource for what they feel is the food of the future.
The ISS Program is pleased to announce a new option in our suite of professional skills workshops from our partner the McGill SKILLSETS Program: Human Biomedical Research Ethics: Guiding You in the Right Direction Are you new to the research environment? Contemplating conducting a biomedical study on humans?
The Department of Family Medicine congratulates: Gladys Osien Title of award: McGill Faculty of Medicine MSc Internal Studentship Title of research project: Investigating the Effect of Weight on Asthma Children in Quebec Vasiliki Rahimzadeh Title of award: McCutcheon Pediatric Palliative Care Fellowship Title of research project: Engaging Terminally Ill Children in Research of Self-Reported Quality of Life Outcomes: a Review of Established Methods
The 2013 Isaac Tannenbaum Resident Research Day held on May 31st was a real success!! This day was an opportunity for our residents to present their scholarly work as well as to meet with other residents from the different McGill Family Medicine Units.
News released yesterday about how using iron could make hydrogenation cheaper and greener is only one of many examples of collaborative research being conducted by teams that include researchers from McGill University and RIKEN, Japan’s largest comprehensive research institution.
Dr. Jeannie Haggerty's new editorial on the Strength of Primary Care Systems in the British Medical Journal
See Dr. Jeannie Haggerty's new editorial in the British Medical Journal based on this very interesting publication on Primary Care Systems published in the Health Affairs. Editorial
Sent on behalf of Labour & Employee Relations, Human Resources Updated Templates for Research Associates’ & Assistants’ Appointments, Reappointments and Postings As part of the implementation of the AMURE collective agreements, we recently distributed and placed on our website templates of offer letters for Research Associates, Regular Research Assistants and Casual Research Assistants. Based on the input of users, we are now issuing updated versions of these offer letters in both English and French.
Almost 70,000 Canadians die each year from heart disease and stroke – that’s one person every seven minutes. And despite impressive gains in research and treatment, cardiovascular disease still accounts for almost 30 per cent of all deaths every year in Canada.
Published May 25, 2013, in the DomainWritten by Jacinta Le Plastrier "One of the world's most influential and innovating architects outlines his blueprint for modern living.