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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: 17 Oct 2014

McGill “walks the talk” of sustainability

Building on two years of consultation with over 1500 students, faculty and staff, McGill University today released Vision 2020, a sustainability strategy designed to guide the institution over the coming years. The Vision 2020 strategy embraces the university’s dual role in cultivating a commitment towards sustainability among community members, while at the same time creating the knowledge needed to make this future a reality.

Published: 16 Oct 2014

Walking for a Better Brain

Published: 15 Oct 2014

Redpath Museum outreach wins award

Published: 15 Oct 2014

Professor Michael Meaney as the 2014 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize Laureate


McGill University Professor Michael Meaney has been selected as the 2014 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize Laureate in recognition of his groundbreaking achievements in the biology of child development. A jury of experts selected Prof. Meaney, who is also Scientific Director at the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics and Mental Health at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, for this honour for his pioneering, cutting edge research on the biological mechanisms by which parental behaviour affects brain development and lifelong function.

Published: 14 Oct 2014

Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize goes to Michael Meaney

McGill University Professor Michael Meaney has been selected as the 2014 Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize Laureate in recognition of his groundbreaking achievements in the biology of child development. A jury of experts selected Prof. Meaney, who is also Scientific Director at the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics and Mental Health at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, for this honor for his pioneering, cutting edge research on the biological mechanisms by which parental behaviour affects brain development and lifelong function. 

Published: 10 Oct 2014

Annoucement from the Program Office

Annoucement from the Program Office

Dear Residents and Faculty,

Published: 9 Oct 2014

Let’s talk about Sex! Conference - Sex Therapy & Neurology

Join us as we welcome Dr. Pierre-Paul Tellier and Dr. Laurie Betito to explore a topic rarely discussed by those with neurological diseases and disorders: Sex. Come get answers to your questions on communication, sexual positions, dysfunction and general sex education in an open, enlightening and uplifting environment. It’s a natural expression for every human being and it’s on everyone’s mind, so let’s talk about it. Let’s talk about sex.

Published: 8 Oct 2014

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