Joint Professors

JOINT PROFESSORS RESEARCH INTERESTS

Blaschuk, Orest W.
Associate Professor
PhD (Toronto)

Division of Surgery
McGill University Health Centre

Development of cadherin antagonists for use as angiolytic and anti-angiogenic agents.

David, Samuel
Professor
PhD (Manitoba)

Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
McGill University Health Centre

CNS and peripheral nerve damage, multiple sclerosis, and neurodegenerative diseases.

Kennedy, Timothy
Professor

Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
Montreal Neurological Institute

Molecular mechanisms that direct neural development and how such mechanisms influence the organization and plasticity of the mature mammalian central nervous system.

McKee, Marc D.
Professor
PhD (McGill)

Faculty of Dentistry

Mineralized tissues and extracellular matrix biology, pathologic calcification, bone and tooth cell biology, osteopontin, matrix Gla protein.

McPherson, Peter
Professor
PhD (Iowa), FRSC

Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
Montreal Neurological Institute

Molecular mechanisms of membrane trafficking in the endosomal system . Role of endosomal trafficking processes in neurological disease and cancer.

Ribeiro-da-Silva, Alfredo
Professor
MD, PhD (University of Oporto, Portugal)

Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain

Mechanisms of pain in the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Sossin, Wayne
Professor
PhD (Stanford)

Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
Montreal Neurological Institute

Biochemical and molecular mechanisms underlying memory formation and maintenance.

Stifani, Stefano
Professor
PhD (Alberta)

Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
Montreal Neurological Institute

Regulation of the generation of nerve cells from pluripotent neural stem/progenitor cells.

Walker, Claire-Dominique
Professor
PhD (University of Geneva)

Department of Psychiatry
Douglas Mental Health Institute

Stress responses, development, lactation, obesity and metabolism, neurogenesis, maternal behaviour, neuroendocrinology.

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