cystic fibrosis

POSTPONED - CFTRc seminar - Dr. Juan Ianowski

14Dec202116:00

Unfortunately, today’ seminar is being postponed by the speaker for personal reasons. It will be rescheduled as soon as possible.   Dr. Juan Ianowski/cftrcCategory: Seminars

CFTRc seminar - Dr. Jennifer Bomberger

30Mar202116:00
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  Dr. Jennifer Bomberger Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine  /cftrcCategory: Seminars

CFTRc seminar - Dr. Jay Kolls

9Feb202116:00
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  Dr. Jay Kolls/cftrcCategory: Seminars

CFTRc seminar

12Jan202116:00
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Dr. Alice Prince John M. and Yvonne T. Driscoll Professor of Pediatrics ; Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases ; Columbia University ; New York  /cftrcCategory: Seminars

Opinion: Quebec should screen newborns for cystic fibrosis by Dr. Larry Lands in Montreal Gazette

Published: 10May2017

Half of all CF patients in Canada do not live to see the age of 34, and these are the best results in the world. Treatment is complex, requiring a daily routine that includes consuming many pills...

CFTRc Team Participates in Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History!

Published: 31May2016

Once again the Cystic Fibrosis Translational Research Centre (CFTRc) team from McGill University participated in the annual Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History. As a nation, Canada raised $3...

McGill Opens Doors Wide for Cystic Fibrosis Research

Published: 27May2016

For McGill scientists specializing in protein-traffi cking diseases such as cystic fi brosis (CF), October 17, 2011 marked a monumental event with the opening of McGill’s Cystic Fibrosis...

Cystic Fibrosis, a Paradigm of Conformational Diseases Presentation

Published: 27May2016

Gergely Lukacs, from the Department of Physiology, talks about cystic fibrosis, a paradigm of conformational diseases. A "Soup and Science" presentation....

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