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MNI Killam Seminar Series: Cell Adhesion System that Induces CNS Synapse Development

13Jan201516:00
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Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital De Grandpré Communications Centre, 3801 University Street, H3A 2B4

Speaker: Hideto Takahashi
Professor
Institut de Recherches Cliniques de Montreal

Host: Tim Kennedy

MNI Killam Series:Functional Significance of Primary Sensory Neurons Diversity: A Focus on Chronic Pain

2Dec201416:00
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Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital De Grandpré Communications Centre, 3801 University Street, H3A 2B4

Speaker: Aziz Moqrich
Research Director
Aix-Marseille University and CNRS

Host: Philippe Séguéa

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Default Period: Wednesday, November 12 - Sunday, December 21

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Professor Michael Meaney 2014 Wilder-Penfield Prize- Prix du Québec

Professor Michael Meaney is awarded the Wilder-Penfield prize in recognition of his groundbreaking achievements in the biology of child development. Also recently winning the 2014 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize Laureate, he is one of two professors from McGill among the 14 winners of this year’s Prix du Québec—considered the most prestigious award attributed by the Government of Québec in cultural and scientific fields. Congratulations again, Professor Meaney!

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Published: 5Nov2014

Tamimi-Cerruti Grant Success

Congratulations to Faleh Tamimi and Marta Cerruti for:

F. Tamimi, J. Song and M. Cerruti. Laser-sintered dentures engineered for optimal performance

NSERC Collaborative Research and Development Grant, with 3DRPD Inc.

Published: 24Oct2014

Why your brain makes you reach for junk food

New study examines link between brain cortex and food buying habits

MONTREAL: Will that be a pizza for you or will you go for a salad? Choosing what you eat is not simply a matter of taste, conclude scientists in a new study at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital of McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre. As you glance over a menu or peruse the shelves in a supermarket, your brain is making decisions based more on a food’s caloric content.

Published: 20Oct2014

PATH’s First Annual Symposium

The McGill Research Centre for Physical Activity and Health (PATH) presented their first annual symposium on Friday, October 3rd at the McGill Faculty Club. Entitled Making Connections, the Centre’s inaugural seminar event gathered prominent researchers from McGill and elsewhere who have an interest in studying the relationship between physical activity and health across a broad spectrum of healthy and diseased states.

Attendees were treated to presentations by members of the research centre and PATH partners including Dr.

Published: 17Oct2014

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