McGill in the News
$12.5 million awarded to Montreal team to study Parkinson’s Disease
21 Sept (McGill Reporter)
Encouraging leisure activities for persons living with dementia
17 Sept (McGill What's New)
Gene targeting helps overcome the resistance of brain cancer to therapy
18 Aug (Med e-News)
Findings of Alzheimer’s study could lead to development of pre-clinical therapeutics
7 Aug (McGill Reporter)
Relève étoile Jacques-Genest June 2020
29 July (Med e-News)
McGill duo receives Brain Star Award
23 July (can-acn.org)
Happy 102nd Birthday Brenda Milner!
16 July (Med e-News)
Protein may play lesser role in Alzheimer’s disease onset risk than thought
15 July (Med e-News)
Sodium found to regulate the biological clock of mice
14 July (Med e-News)
Deconstructing glioblastoma complexity reveals its pattern of development
8 July (Med e-News)
Charles Bourque named President of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience
7 July (Med e-News)
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Healthy Brains Healthy Lives International Partnerships Program Launched
With a total funding envelope of $1.65 million, the new HBHL International Partnerships Program supports large-scale, multi-year projects that build and advance partnerships with leading institutions.Learn about the HBHL 2020 Graduate Student Fellowships Program.
Congratulations to our 2019 Brain@McGill Undergraduate Essay Competition Winners!
First prize: Connie H. Li
Imaging Purkinje cell axonal torpedoes
Second prize: Anthony Chen
Discovery of Cognitive State Trajectories in Alzheimer’s Disease
Third prize: Hanna Davies
Optogenetic stimulation of the netrin-1 DCC receptor in HEK293T cells
Congratulations to our 2019 Brain@McGill Best PhD Thesis in Neuroscience Winners!
Carolina Makowsi and Lauren Reynolds tie for the 2019 Best PhD Thesis in Neuroscience.
Congratulations to our 2019 Osler Award Recipient!
Raihaan Patel is this year's recipient of the Osler Travel Award supporting travel to Oxford to participate in a collaborative neuroscience research project.