PhD Oral Defense: Identification of Candidate Serum Biomarkers for Schistosomiasis Infection Using Mass Spectrometric Approaches
PhD Oral Defense of Manal Ibrahim Kardoush, Institute of Parasitology.
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Dr. Mindy Carter of the Faculty of Education's Department of Integrated Studies recently spoke to Lakehead University about her experiences as a graduate. The following is an excerpt from Lakehead University's Faculty of Education newsletter, January 2015. Please click here to read the newsletter in its entirety.
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SPECIAL WORLD TB DAY SYMPOSIUM - Global Health Anthropology: Perspectives from research on tuberculosis
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Cities and biodiversity: antagonism or synergy?
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation, McGill University, the Université de Montréal and the Fondation du Dr Julien will establish two chairs in social pediatrics in the community, to be based in the Montreal neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. In a Canadian first, researchers will conduct a long-term study on social pediatrics in the community. This clinical practice has a proven track record, thanks to its founder, Dr. Gilles Julien, who has been practicing social pediatrics in disadvantaged neighbourhoods for nearly 30 years.
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Toronto high school students win charter challenge over breathalyzer test requirement to enter prom
Source: National Post, Feb 24, 2015
By: Sarah Boesveld
Montreal Neurological Institute scientists discover a new mechanism driving spread of cancer
A protein commonly found in human cells could be an important switch that activates cancer cell metastasis, according to a new study by researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital - The Neuro at McGill University and the MUHC. The finding focuses attention on a biological mechanism that until now was largely overlooked. The discovery of the protein’s effect significantly expands our understanding of epithelial cancers such as breast and lung cancer.
Join us for a follow-up to last winter’s discussions on the value of a Humanities degree, with five McGill graduates who will talk about how their education helped them in their careers: