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Paper-based biosensor to detect HIV-hepatitis C co-infections

The research group of Prof Xinyu Liu is developing a portable, paper-based biosensor for point-of-care diagnosis of HIV and hepatitis C virus (HCV) co-infections. The research, led by graduate student Chen Zhao, has been published in the journal Biomicrofluidics.  The article has been selected as an Editor’s Pick of the journal and has been featured by Science Daily, American Institute of Physics (AIP), the Electrochemical Society and other science news websites.

Published: 20May2016

Transfer of International Relations Division to Provost's Office Purview

On April 21, 2016, Principal Suzanne Fortier announced that the International Relations division of the Office of the Vice-Principal of Research and International Relations will be transitioning to the purview of the Office of the Provost. The following is an excerpt of the memo that Principal Fortier addressed to the McGill University Senate. 

Published: 6May2016

Month of April Closing Delayed | Month of May Fund Balances

Good Day,

Please note that due to the extended University year end period, the month of April will not be closing according to the usual month end schedule. April 2016 is scheduled to be closed on May 30th. This means that financial statements for April are still not available. An email notification will be sent when the financial statements are ready to be picked up in Minerva.

Until April is closed, please be mindful that fund balances may not include the new fiscal year’s budgets nor the budget carry forwards.

Thank you for your patience.

Published: 4May2016

FGAJVCQ, FGAJVCD and FGAENCB Blackout Period

To all Finance Users 
 
In support of the Year-End effort, the processing of journals, IDC’s and manual encumbrances (Banner forms FGAJVCQ, FGAJVCD and FGAENCB) will not be accessible from Friday, May 6th, 9:00 AM until Monday, May 9th, 9:00 AM.  We apologize for the inconvenience. 
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Finance Helpdesk at 514-398-3463. 
 
Thank you.

[Message sent out over the FIS Listserv]

Published: 3May2016

SSHRC Insight Grants - Information Session

24May201610:00
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12:00
James Administration Building, Room 301 Montreal, QC, CA

The purpose of the SSHRC Insight Grant Program is to provide support for long-term research initiatives of 3 to 5 years for emerging and established scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

NSERC - Discovery Grants Program Outreach Session

26May201614:00
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16:00
Macdonald-Stewart Building Faculty Lounge, MS2-022, 21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9, CA

The goal of this information session is to provide tips on successful Discovery Grant proposals. This session is open to Applicants from all Evaluation Groups. Questions and answers will be welcome throughout.

NSERC - Discovery Grants Program Outreach Session

24May201602:00
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03:30
James Administration Building, Room 301 Montreal, QC, CA

NSERC Leacock Discovery Grants Program Outreach Session

30May201614:00
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15:30
Leacock Building Room 14, 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7, CA

NSERC Discovery Grants Program Information Session for Researchers in Life Sciences

Date and Time: Monday, May 30, 2016 | 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Location:Leacock Building, Room 14 | 855 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal

Information Session: FRQSC - Research Team Support Program

4May201610:00
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12:00
James Administration Building, Room 301 Montreal, QC, CA

The purpose of the FRQSC’s Research Team Support Program is to support the creation or the implementation of teams’ scientific program for the coordination of research projects (active or to be developed) in the social sciences and humanities, art

Information Session: FRQSC’s Start‐Up Program for New Research Professors

5May201609:30
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11:30
James Administration Building, Room 301 Montreal, QC, CA

The purpose of the FRQSC’s Start‐Up Program for New Research Professors is to assist researchers who have just launched their careers to become established as independent researchers, and also more competitive nationally and internationally.

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