Dr. Michael Sacher, Concordia University
Dr. Sally Mackenzie, University of Nebraska
David G. Mitten, James Loeb Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology, Harvard University. Co-sponsored by the Harvard Club of Quebec in conjunction with Classical Studies at McGill, this lecture explores the uses that rulers throughout history have made of images, especially in the wake of Alexander the Great's personality and career. Dr. Mitten has spent 17 summers in the field at Sardis, Turkey, and is working on a book surveying the entire subject of Greek, Roman and Etruscan bronzes.
With Greg Matlashewski, Microbiology & Immunology, McGill. Learn about parasites such as "Leishmania," which can develop into a form of leprosy that leaves people horribly disfigured. Followed by the film "Shaun of the Dead."
Dr. Ashok Malla, Psychiatry, McGill
Supremum weighted log-rank test and sample size for comparing two-stage adaptive treatment strategies
Dr. Abdus S. Wahed, Dept of Biostatistics, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
Dr. Ronald Chanse, Biology, McGill
Dr. Michael Goodisman, Georgia Tech, Atlanta
Dr. Kevin Padian, University of California, Berkeley
Life history switch-points in wild Atlantic salmon are based on different transcriptional combinations of a common gene set
Dr. Nadia Aubin-Horth, Université de Montréal