PhD Oral Defense: Consequences of Heligmosomoides bakeri (Nematoda) infection and Protein Deficiency during Pregnancy and Lactation on Maternal and Fetal Outcomes in Mice
PhD Oral Defense of Lisa Michelle Starr, Institute of Parasitology.
This study investigated the impacts of combined gastrointestinal (GI) nematode infection with Heligmosomoides bakeri and protein deficiency (PD) during pregnancy and lactation in CD1 mice on maternal pathology, fetal growth and placental gene expression.
Everyone in the McGill community is welcome to attend a PhD oral defense. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our PhD candidates.
PhD Oral Defense of Crystal Ernst, Natural Resource Sciences
PhD Oral Defense: Low Carbon Biomass Fuel Combustion and Ash Recycling for Sustainable Cement Production
PhD Oral Defense of Yu Wang, Natural Resource Sciences.
PhD Oral Defense of Pablo Godoy Rosas, Institute of Parasitology.
PhD Oral Defense: Tubulin and Ivermectin Pharmacology in the Parasitic Nematode Haemonchus contortus
PhD Oral Defense of Shoaib Ashraf, Institute of Parasitology
PhD Oral Defense of Ramesh Murugesan, Bioresource Engineering
PhD Oral Defense: Development of a Novel Drying Process for Whole Cranberries Employing Microwave-Osmotic Dehydration Under Continuous Flow Medium Spray (Mwods) Conditions and Microwave-Vacuum (Mwv) Finish-Drying
PhD Oral Defense of Derek Wray, Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry
You are invited to attend a Special Colloquiium by DR. HOWARD STEIGER, Director, Eating Disorders Program, Douglas Institute Professor, Psychiatry Department, McGill University. Sponsored by the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
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Join the Mac Clan for the annual celebration of the birth of Sir William Macdonald, who founded Macdonald College in 1906!
If you ride the inter-campus shuttle bus, you've probably found yourself waiting at the stop and wondering when it will arrive -- especially in these frigid January temperatures. Now you don't have to guess...
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