Professors from the Management Science and Information Systems areas were awarded research grants from federal and Quebec government agencies.
MUHC researchers have defined genetic resistance to the widespread virus, cytomegalovirus (CMV).
Heather Munroe-Blum elected vice-president of CREPUQ.
Poultry consumption is on the rise and Canadians can dine with easy hearts — they enjoy some of the safest and highest quality products available. To help ensure that this level of excellence is maintained, McGill University and Université de Montréal have embarked on an interuniversity research project. The two institutions today inaugurated the Centre for Poultry Research, a two-site complex dedicated to producing healthy and superior poultry.
A former ballerina, several leading businessmen and a biologist are receiving honorary degrees from McGill University this spring. They are among 14 society leaders whose contributions are being recognized by McGill, from May 27 to June 3, during the University's spring convocation. About 5,960 students will also be graduating from McGill's 21 faculties and professional schools.
A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) tomorrow, finally ends the long-running debate over use of permanent hair dyes and cancer.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in Montreal is pleased to announce the first successful birth in Canada resulting from frozen eggs.
The Montreal Canadiens and Molson announced today that McGill Redmen goaltender Mathieu Poitras, a 22-year-old native of Gatineau, Que., has won the Guy Lafleur Trophy as the Quebec university hockey player who best combines athletic ability with academic aptitude. The award is accompanied by a $6,000 bursary over three years.
Shaunna Burke, a graduate of McGill University, has become the second Canadian woman to climb Mount Everest. She was reported to be among the first from her expedition to reach the summit of the world's tallest mountain.
Bradley Vines has become the first recipient from a Canadian university, specifically McGill, to receive research funding from the GRAMMY Foundation Grants Program. The $40,000 (U.S.) award will allow Vines, who recently completed his doctoral degree in psychology at McGill University, to explore how people respond to visual aspects of a musical performance.