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Appointment of Dr. Kevin Lachapelle as Interim Director of the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning

Published: 13Jul2017

Dr. Kevin Lachapelle has been appointed Interim Director of the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, effective July 1, 2017.  He...

Are generational stereotypes ever true? Millennials and beyond

Published: 12Jul2017

Are generational stereotypes ever true? A Millennial and a Baby Boomer discuss intergenerational prejudice and dialogue Interview with Professor Karl Moore.  Read more: Mind This Magazine

What would Rorschach tell you about you?

Published: 11Jul2017

“For me, what was really interesting is the way that these tests offer people a language of the self – a vocabulary or an idiom for talking about who they are and what they want, and what kinds of...

Exploring career options at the Faculty of Medicine

Published: 11Jul2017

“In the future, I want to become a nurse. I feel that going to this camp will help me develop my understanding of the field and prepare me for the future,” explains Kathleen Fab­ella, a student at...

We’re ceding ground in the war against infant mortality

Published: 10Jul2017

This would only hurt our efforts to reduce infant mortality. Jay Kaufman, a co-author of the JAMA study and a professor at McGill University, put it simply: “Wanted pregnancies are healthier than...

City working with Molson-Coors on relocation plan in Montreal, Coderre says

Published: 6Jul2017

The current brewery “belongs to an era where even industrial architecture was beautifully built,” says Avi Friedman, an architecture professor at McGill University, who wants it to be preserved. ...

Gray jay — not our national bird after all. Yet.

Published: 5Jul2017

“We are not giving up,” McGill University ornithologist David Bird wrote in an email. “We plan to continue beseeching the government to undertake this act in any we can. Right now there is a...

Canada 150: Its contributions to the world

Published: 4Jul2017

"McGill University's Vicky Kaspi spends her time probing the mysteries of the universe. Kaspi has won a number of awards for her work, and was the first woman to win the Herzberg Canada Gold Medal...

Painful memories could be erased, new study says

Published: 4Jul2017

"Depending on how you remind the person, you might be able to erase different aspects of the memory," said Wayne Sossin of the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital at McGill University,...

The Neuro to create world’s first ALS Phase 1 clinical trial unit

Published: 3Jul2017

The Tenaquip Foundation donation will allow for faster drug development, better care for ALS patients...

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