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  • Prof. Michael Meaney awarded Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize

    Meaney receives prize in recognition of his groundbreaking achievements in the biology of child development.

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  • In research news...

    Chemical analysis of ancient rocks reveals earliest record yet of Earth's atmosphere

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  • In case you missed it...

    Watch the 2014 Beatty Memorial lecture, "Illuminating the Brain," which took place on October 16 with Dr. Karl Deisseroth (centre) of Stanford University.

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  • Leading McGillians appointed to the Order of Canada

    Among the 16 McGillians named are Chancellor Michael Meighen and Chancellor Emeritus Dick Pound

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  • McGill's Nico Trocmé wins SSHRC Impact Connection Award

    Trocmé has made a big impact on child welfare research and practice in Canada.

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  • In research news...

    Dr. Robert Koenekoop’s clinic at the MUHC makes groundbreaking genetic discovery about childhood blindness

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  • Record-breaking campaign

    This year’s McGill Centraide campaign not only met its fundraising goal of $425,000—it surpassed it by nearly $20,000! The McGill community has once again come together to show its dedication to Montreal, and all the citizens who call it home.

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  • Profs. Paul Lasko and Michael Meaney awarded Quebec's most prestigious prizes.

    The Prix du Quebec recognizes the careers of women and men who have demonstrated a passion for their calling.

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    Keep up-to-date on McGill’s research-related activities and visits by international delegations.

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