Founded in 2006, Doc Work is a global research team that examines career trajectories of post-PhD researchers, both in and out of the academy. Led by Professor Lynn McAlpine of McGill University's Faculty of Education, the Doc Work team represents researchers around the world in Canada, Austria, China, UK, and the US. The newly launched DocWork site features ongoing research and findings of the team’s longitudinal study of academic work, development, and identity.
Featuring talks by Dr. Aled Edwards, Director and CEO, Structural Genomics Consortium, Dr. Guy Rouleau, Director, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, and a special guest speaker, Dr.
The 2017 Neuro Film Series continues on May 10 at 6:30 p.m. with the screening of “When I Walk”.
About the film, When I Walk
AMI-Quebec is offering programs for the month of May. For more details about the programs offered, please click on this website.
In a recent op-ed for Fortune.com, Magnetic CEO James Green (BMus'86) discusses how to ask for a raise when you work in the sometimes-volatile startup space.
At the Bloom Burton & Co Healthcare Investor Conference this May, Knight Therapeutics’ president, Samira Sakhia (BCom’90, DPA’94, MBA’01) will be giving the Montreal-based specialty pharmaceutics company’s corporate update.
The event takes place at the Sheraton Centre Hotel at 11:30 on May 1. Those who won’t be at the event, but who are still interested in the presentation, can download a copy at the company’s website (gudknight.com).
Class of Marina Mdivani
Class of Hans-Ola Ericsson
On behalf of Professor Jeff Bergthorson, the Alternative Fuels Lab (AFL) at McGill University invites you to a free talk by Aldo Steinfeld (ETH Zurich)
It is our great pleasure to announce that our centre has been awarded a Brain Canada Platform Support Grant of $3.9M. We are thankful to the MNI and the Webster Family Foundation for providing the matching funds that have been key to secure this funding. The PSG grant is to add capacity for data acquisition, management, analytics, dissemination, with an emphasis on open-access sharing, expanding capacity for all imaging modalities featured at the BIC, and training of staff, highly-qualified personnel and platform users over 3 years.