Participate in a fascinating discussion on the situation of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. Experts are questioning whether genocide is being perpetrated against this Muslim minority, which is persecuted and deprived of many rights.
"In a surprise move, the Bank of Japan has introduced a negative interest rate. The benchmark rate of -0.1% means that commercial banks will be charged by the central bank for some deposits." (Source: BBC)
The Research Group on Constitutional Studies Lecture Series presents
Professor, Department of Political Science
"While doctors should still weigh the potential negative consequences of opioid use before prescribing these drugs, the study findings on their own don’t provide enough evidence to suggest physicians should change how they treat pain," said Laura Stone, a researcher at McGill University.
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Summer 2016 – Course Lecturers – Job Posting
The Department of Art History and Communication Studies invites applications for Course Lecturers to teach a course during summer 2016.
The NSERC CREATE Training program in Integrated Sensor Systems is proud to present a seminar on 'Continuous glucose sensor integration in the external artificial pancreas' by Prof. Benoit Boulet
PhD Oral Defense of François Gagné-Bourque, Plant Science.
McGill's Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology is proud to present the McGill Summer Institute for
The Tony Proudfoot Training Fellowship in ALS research at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital supports promising young scientists at the master’s, doctoral and post-doctoral level who wish to undertake research projects that specifically focus on ALS.
This year, the winner of the Tony Proudfoot Fellowship is Dr. Audrey Dangoumau. Audrey recently completed her PhD thesis under the supervision of Pr. Patrick Vourc’h at the University of Tours, in France. Her PhD research revealed the importance of SUMOylation in the formation of aggregates with SOD1 mutation.
« C’est à cause de la loi du Canada et du Québec, qui n’oblige pas les compagnies à rendre publiques les informations sur leur structure [d’affaires] et sur la circulation de leurs revenus », a justifié Allison Christians, professeure en droit fiscal à l’Université McGill. Le Devoir