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AstroMcGill presents the 28th Public Astro Night, with a public lecture by Dr. Laurens Keek. He is a post-doctoral fellow visiting the Physics Department of McGill University from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Open Forums hosted by McGill’s Provost, Professor Anthony C. Masi, for students, faculty and staff on McGill’s financial situation will take place on Monday, October 27 at the following times and locations.
Spanning two days, the Annual Trottier Public Science Symposium “Are We Alone?” took the audience to the moon, Mars, and beyond. Focusing on the origin of life in our solar system, the series explored the where and how of alien life.
Altered Intracellular Ca2+ and Free Radical Handling in Disease-induced Muscle Weakness
Dr. Johanna Lanner
Dept. of Physiology & Pharmacology
Please join us for a panel discussion with students sharing their international internship or research experiences. Faculty of Science administrators will also be available to answer your questions and provide useful tips.
The Faculty of Science extends congratulations to alumnus John O'Keefe who was named co-winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for his contribution to the discovery of cells that constitute the brain’s ‘inner GPS,’ which makes it possible to orient ourselves in space. Dr. O’Keefe worked under the supervision of Professor Ron Melzack (Department of Psychology) and received his PhD from McGill in 1967. READ MORE
Thinking about getting involved on campus but not sure where to start? Not sure why getting involved is even worthwhile?
Dr. Stephen Friend will deliver the 2014 Wilder Penfield Lecture entitled “Exploring multidimensional clinical space” at 4:00 pm on November 28, 2014 at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro), McGill University. A reception will follow. Dr. Friend is the President, of Sage Bionetworks in Seattle, USA.
The Penfield Lecture was inaugurated in 1985 to honour Wilder Penfield, pioneering neurosurgeon and founder of the MNI.
For more information and to register: www.neuroevents.mcgill.ca