Presentation on bioinformatics & computational biology. Paul Martin Harrison, Biology, McGill.
Graduate lecture. Noboru Ishiyama, Berghuis lab.
Rescue of p-glycoprotein processing mutants by chemical chaperones: Insights from structure-function studies
Structure and function of membrane transport proteins. Chemical Biology Lecture: David Clarke, Canada Research Chair in Membrane Biology, Depts of Medicine & Biochemistry, University of Toronto.
Nicholas Tonks, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Long Island, NY
Boehringer-Ingelheim Lecture: Dr Frances Brodsky, Depts of Biopharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Microbiology & Immunology, UCSF
Dr. Rajaa H. Khuzai, women's rights activist, humanitarian, physician and member of the Iraqi National Assembly, will discuss the challenges facing Iraqi women and students before and after Saddam Hussein.
Senior IBM personnel will present current initiatives in advanced scientific computing and professors from McGill will discuss their research in computational materials and life sciences. Topics include massively parallel computing and the Blue Gene machine, grid computing and IBM computational research in nanotechnology. A performance from the technology group of McGill's Faculty of Music will follow.
Information Systems Seminar - Toward contextualized theories of trust: The role of trust in global virtual teams
Dr Sandy Staples, School of Business, Queen's University. All are cordially invited to attend.
PhD 1 (first) seminar: Ekaterina Iourtchenko. Supervisor: Dr Piccirillo. Chair: Alexandre Albanese
Public Conversation - Does culture matter to you anymore? Individual creation, public institutions, private tastes
The McGill Alumni Association is pleased to announce the first in a series of Public Conversations, a collaborative McGill/Concordia alumni effort in association with the successful University of the Streets Café, based in Montreal. Featured guest: David Moss, general director, Opéra de Montréal, founding member and Executive Committee member, Culture Montréal. Space limited; RSVP as soon as possible.