Carlo Montemagno, UCLA
Dr Christina Gianoulakis, Douglas Hospital
The new study of instinct: Using interspecies brain transplants to understand inborn differences in behavioural and perceptual development
Dr Evan Balaban, Psychology, McGill
Dr Catherine Potvin, Biology, McGill
Ayesha Imam, Nigerian women's rights advocate. Co-sponsored by the McGill Women's Alumnae Association. The public is welcome
Symposium and exhibition on the legacy of John Bland. Presenters: Witold Rybczynski, Kelly Crossman, Anne-Marie Broudehoux, Julia Gersovitz, Moshe Safdie, Bruce Lorimer, Harry Mayerovitch. Launch of publications on John Bland, Norbert Schoenauer and John Schreiber. Morning presentations at the John Bland CAC (fourth floor of Redpath Library Building); lunch and afternoon presentations at School of Architecture.
Natalie Bolduc: Rey, E. et al. Thrombophilic disorders and fetal loss: a meta-analysis. The Lancet 361: 901, 2003. Fatma Bastaki: De Buer, S. et al. Discordance between genetics and epigenetics in pseudohypoparathyroidism type 1b revealed 1b inconsistent loss of maternal imprinting at DNAS1. Am J Med Genet 73:314, 2003.
F. Gregory Gause III, University of Vermont. Co-sponsored by McGill Middle East Studies Program.
Annual Wilder Penfield Lecture: Dr Shirley Tilghman, president, Princeton University
McGill Dept of Human Genetics and MUHCRI Medical Genetics Retreat, 8:00 am -4:30 pm, followed by a cocktail retirement party (5:30 pm) for Dr H. Susan Tenenhouse