Ms. Magdesian was frustrated. Then a researcher at McGill University’s Montreal Neurological Institute, she was having trouble with the spinal cord cells she was studying.
The only way to grow them was in a petri dish, but the cells don’t grow in a dish in the same way they grow in the human body. Instead of growing straight, they get tangled. It made her work harder, slower and more prone to error.
Professor Shaheen Shariff, Director of the Define the Line projects, spoke to CTV's Genevieve Beauchemin this week regarding a string of sexual assaults that occurred over the weekend at Université Laval. Please click here to view the newscast.
Large deviations and fluctuation theorems for stochastic PDE's
DUBROVSKY, Dr. Bernardo O., MD
November 28, 1938 – October 7, 2016
Jordan de Souza, BMus'09, MMus'11 will become the Kapellmeister of the Komische Oper Berlin beginning with the start of their 2017/18 season. In his first season as Kapellmeister, he will conduct several repertoire pieces, direct one new production and lead an orchestra concert.
Discover McGill's university orientation is a chance to learn about McGill's resources for academic and personal success, Student Services and the Students' Society of McGill University.
On Wednesday, October 26, 2016 there will be an update to the Cisco AnyConnect application, used to connect to McGill’s Virtual Private Network.
This update is a maintenance release that includes enhancements and resolves some known issues with the earlier version.
Windows and mobile devices:
For Windows and mobile users, the new version, v4.2, will be automatically installed when you attempt to connect to securevpn.mcgill.ca.
PhD defence of Ms. Sandrine Filion Côté -- Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for the Measurement of Complex Refractive Indices and the Monitoring of Bacterial Cell Growth
The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro) is pleased to announce the launch of a new clinical program designed to ease the suffering of seriously ill patients through specialized consultation and comprehensive care.
The Susan Cameron Cook Neuro-Palliative Care Program, named in honour of Susan Cameron Cook, whose family provided vital seed funding for the program, has been designed with the goal of reducing the mental and physical suffering of neurological patients and their families in the journey from diagnosis of a terminal illness to end of life.
Ms. Madhurima Bhattacharyay, a doctoral student at McGill University in the Area of Strategy & Organization will be presenting her research proposal entitled: