The graduate students of McGill University’s Faculty of Law are pleased to announce their annual graduate law conference.
The conference will be held in Montreal, Canada, on May 13 and 14, 2017. We invite graduate students in law and related disciplines to submit papers on the theme of the conference, and particularly on issues of global significance. Speakers will present their research in panels on various aspects of the theme, each moderated by a chair.
PhD Oral Defense: A study of the Schistosoma mansoni nervous system: characterization of catecholamine and phenolamine signaling
PhD Oral Defense of Nelly El-Sakkary, Institute of Parasitology.
Seminar Title: TBD
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Project will enhance mental health access for multicultural communities
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