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Experts: Donald Trump's Administration

Published: 23Jan2017

These McGill University experts are available to comment on decisions made by Donald Trump and his team:

Major funding awarded to RI-MUHC scientists for innovative genomics geared to Quebec patients

Published: 25Apr2018

Pioneering work to advance genomics and precision health treatments at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) has been rewarded by Génome Québec. Dr. Nada Jabado...

Exercise to change the brain

Published: 25Apr2018

For someone with Parkinson’s disease (PD), the simple desire to grasp a glass of water can become an insurmountable task, made impossible by the tremors in their hand or arm. Finding strategies to...

CNN | The cost of child care around the world

Published: 25Apr2018

Finding the right child care can be a frustrating -- and expensive -- process for parents around the world, from New York to Nairobi. Access to adequate child care for all has become a "global"...

Suicide and homicide rates show large racial disparities across U.S. states

Published: 23Apr2018

Southern and Western states have the highest rates of white firearm suicide, while Midwestern states have highest rates of black firearm homicide, according to new research from McGill University....

CNN | The disparities in how black and white men die in gun violence, state by state

Published: 24Apr2018

"The important thing here is that we were able to estimate these differences between black and white men, and that helps us understand health inequalities," said Corinne Riddell, a postdoctoral...

CBC | Montreal's homeless count aims to paint picture of life on the street

Published: 24Apr2018

Volunteers will span out across Montreal this evening in attempt to get an idea of how many people in the city have nowhere to call home. Montreal's second homeless count aims to give policymakers...

Potential gender bias against female researchers in peer review of research grants

Published: 23Apr2018

Female health researchers who applied for grants from Canada's major health research funder were funded less often than male counterparts because of potential bias, and characteristics of peer...

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