Joe Iantomasi & Guy L'Heureux
Office: Stewart Biology Building, Room N3/17 | Phone: 514-398-6432
Please contact Carole Smith for building access and keys to labs or offices in the Stewart Biology Building and Bellini Life Sciences Complex.
Office: Stewart Biology Building, Room N8/13 | Phone: 514-398-6406 | Email: carole.smith [at] mcgill.ca
Please fill out the following forms (also available outside the office door):
The following documents are also handed out with keys:
- Laboratory Safety Orientation Checklist
- Asbestos Incident Response Protocol
- Safety Information for Biology
For PI's who require a small conference room for less than 20 people, please note that we do have some rooms available for lab meetings, Supervisory Committee meetings or other ad hoc meetings. These rooms do have projectors and screens.
Stewart Biology Building
5th Floor Access - Please Contact carole.smith [at] mcgill.ca (Carole Smith) in Room N8/13 for access to the 5th floor.
Room N5/9 - There is a weekly schedule posted on the door of Room N5/9. For occasional meetings, you can simply write in your name in the preferred slot and book the room. For meetings that are held on a regular basis, please contact susanne.kaitna [at] mcgill.ca (Susi Kaitna) for availability and booking.
Room S3/8B - This room has a tabletop projector and a screen but no blackboard or whiteboard (for now). To book this room and get a key, please contact susan.gabe [at] mcgill.ca (Susan Gabe) or carole.smith [at] mcgill.ca (Carole Smith). Please make sure this room is locked once your meetings are over since the projector is not locked.
Bellini Life Sciences Complex
Room 230 - The information given above for Room N5/9 is the same for Bellini 230. The only addition is as follows - if you or your lab members need access through the Stewart-Bellini bridge, please fill out this online form. Access will be given within 24 hours.
Goodman Cancer Centre
Rooms 530 & 703 - These rooms can be booked through diana.lee [at] mcgill.ca (Diana Lee), but are highly restricted. Preference is given to Faculty of Medicine. However, because of the West Wing renovations and subsequent loss of smaller classrooms, the Goodman Centre will allow exceptions. You can consult their website.
Any duplication requiring more than 40 copies is cheaper if processed through the printers rather than using a photocopying machine. Reprint costs are often prohibitively high and these can be reduced by having the printing department reproduce the paper from a reprint. Orders are placed with drenusha.myha [at] mcgill.ca (Drenusha Myha) in the Stewart Biology Building, Room N8/17. Please note that, in some cases, copyright clearance may be necessary before this work can be undertaken.
The Department mailroom is located in the Stewart Biology Building, Room N8/11. Staff and graduate students have individual mail slots allocated to them. The incoming mail is delivered and sorted daily. Large incoming parcels are placed on the table to be picked up. Only official departmental correspondence and stamped personal correspondence, with complete return address including name of sender, may be placed in the outgoing external mail bag. The outgoing mail is removed by the Building Porter at 7:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. daily.
Send Fax from Email or uPrint Machine
McGill faculty and staff members can send faxes at no charge from a McGill email account or from a uPrint machine, whether to a local or long distance fax number.
For instructions on how to send faxes, please read the following McGill IT Knowledge Base article.
The Biology Deparment has a van for use by researchers. The vehicle is frequently in use, for both teaching and research purposes. Request for the van is heavy during the periods when there are departmental field courses at Mont St. Hilaire, as well as during the summer months when the camp at Lake Memphremagog is in use.
Reservations for the van are made through drenusha.myha [at] mcgill.ca (Drenusha Myha) in the Stewart Biology Building, Room N8/17. The keys and the completed log (FOAPAL must be provided) are to be returned to Drenusha's office upon return from a trip. The fuel tank of the vehicle is to be at least 1/2 full and the van should be cleaned, both inside and out, when returned. Please report any damage or other problems when returning keys.
If you have not driven the department van previously, you must provide the department with a photocopy of your driver’s license (both front and back) along with your signature at least two weeks prior to usage for insurance purposes.
Please note that it is illegal to transport radioactive/hazardous waste materials in any public vehicle.
The department uses the services of Federal Express and charges will be made to the users PCard. The user must make arrangements to send large packages through the Receiving in Room N3/17, and envelopes and small packages through the Coordinator in Room N8/17.
The lounge in the Stewart Biology Building, Room N8/1, is open to all members of the Biology Department. There are microwave ovens, a fridge and books.