Dr. Jean-Paul Soucy (Medical Director, BIC PET Program) just received $2M support from CQDM, Brain Canada and the Ontario Brain Institute for his project: 'The eye: a window to the brain'
More information here.
Congratulations to the BIC's Professor Sridar Narayanan, on his new grant awarded by the MS Society of Canada for his project "Spatial Assessment of Cortical Demyelination in Multiple Sclerosis"
The Office of Admissions, Equity & Diversity will be closed exceptionally on Friday, June 19, 2015.
Thank you for your understanding.
McGill's School of Social Work welcomes Derrolton James, B.A., MSW, OTSTCFQ as the new Director and Supervisor of the McGill Domestic Violence Clinic (MDVC)
On behalf of the McGill School of Social Work, we would like to welcome Derrolton James, B.A., MSW, OTSTCFQ as the new Director and Supervisor of the McGill Domestic Violence Clinic (MDVC) located on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall.
UBC Continuing Professional Department will be taking part in the 35th Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference in Quebec City from October 4 -6.
Dr. Ada Sinacore, of the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology in the Faculty of Education and Chair of the Women's Studies Program at the IGSF, is the 2015 recipient of the CPA Counselling Psychology Section Distinguished Member Award. This award was officially bestowed at the recent annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association.
This award recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the field of counselling psychology.
A commonly used plasticizer known as DINCH, which is found in products that come into close contact with humans, such as medical devices, children's toys and food packaging, might not be as safe as initially thought. According to a new study from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) in Montreal, DINCH exerts biological effects on metabolic processes in mammals.
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Last night, Dr. Christoph Borchers was formally installed as the inaugural appointment to the Segal Family Chair in Molecular Oncology at McGill University. He will carry out his research on clinical proteomics at the Segal Cancer Centre at the Jewish General Hospital (JGH).
By recruiting Dr. Borchers, who continues to serve as Director of the University of Victoria (UVic) – Genome BC Proteomics Centre, the JGH and McGill become a central hub for the first pan-Canadian proteomics program.