CIRM welcomes Pavel Kunysz as visiting scholar for the Fall of 2021

Published: 16Sep2021

Starting in September, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal is happy to welcome Ph.D candidate Pavel Kunysz as part of a three-month research stay!

Alan Evans wins prestigious RSC McLaughlin Medal

Published: 14Sep2021

Internationally renowned neuroscientist earned career award for sustained scientific contributions to knowledge of the brain

Catherine Potvin awarded prestigious Sir John William Dawson Medal

Published: 14Sep2021

The Royal Society of Canada bestows the Sir John William Dawson Medal biennially to researchers who have made important and sustained contributions interdisciplinary research

Interview with Leila Ghaffari, CIRM’s 2021–2022 BMO Fellow

Published: 1Sep2021

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Montréal (CIRM) is very pleased to welcome urban studies researcher Leila Ghaffari as the recipient of the BMO Postdoctoral Fellowship 2021–2022!

Dreaming of a new downtown: a workshop on art and urban space


As Montréal, like many cities, imagines the future of its downtown after the COVID-19 pandemic, several questions might be asked about the possible role of art in transforming our city centre. ...

Conference-experience | Green Cargos: The Challenges of Maritime Transport in the St. Lawrence River


The St. Lawrence River is one of the major facilitators of economic activity in Montréal./centre-montrealCategory: Research

Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres Network accelerates precision medicine plan with signing of Contribution Agreement with Health Canada

Published: 9Jun2021

Vancouver, BC -- The Government of Canada and the Terry Fox Research Institute (TFRI) have jointly signed a Contribution Agreement which opens the door for the Marathon of Hope Cancer Centres...

New CIRM members for 2021

Published: 31May2021

As approved by its Board of Directors, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) recently welcomed five new members:

Conference-experience | Hit the Waters, Montréaleres!


The access to water in Montréal is often in the news due to citizen advocacy (Grand Splash de Montréal Baignade), political projects and public events./centre-montrealCategory: Research


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