The Geneva Health Forum 2008 will maintain the broad range of themes considered as priorities: access to health systems; health and inequities; access to drugs, vaccines and diagnosis; civil society and social issues in health; and capacity building and partnerships.
In a web-exclusive comment in the Globe and Mail, law professor Payam Akhavan writes that the persecution of Baha'is is a litmus test for rights, and Iran is failing it.
Researchers find missing evolutionary link between frogs and salamanders
Jacob Levy, Tomlinson Professor of Political Theory in McGill's Political Science department and a member of the school's Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, joined The Globe and Mail online to take questions on the recently released reasonable accommodations report.
Our newest colleagues, Kim Brooks, Brian Havel, Alana Klein, Vrinda Narain and Victor Muniz-Fraticelli, will be arriving this summer and fall at the Faculty, while current colleagues Helge Dedek and Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse have been appointed assistant professors.
The largest rodent ever recorded might not have been as monstrous as was first suggested, a McGill scientist claims.
The Canadian Association for Neuroscience (CAN) and the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research will host the Annual Canadian Neuroscience Meeting. Abstract submission deadline: February 29, 2008.
The aim of this national conference is to bring together an interdisciplinary audience of health professionals and researchers to address some of the issues and challenges facing the aging population today.