A "colloque de jeunes chercheurs," featuring graduate students from each participating university. Presented in collaboration with Université Laval and Université de Montreal.
Watch history in the making with fellow McGill alumni as we bid farewell to the Expos and welcome the Nationals as they kick off their first season in Washington. We've purchased 25 seats in advance, so first RSVPs get tickets (no more than 2 per graduate). Pick up tickets under the McGill flag at the Will Call window, RFK Stadium, by 6:40 pm on game day.
Mark Hallett, Human Motor Control Section, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Nelsen Spruston, Northwestern University
Dr Charles D. Poirier, medical director, Heart-Lung and Lung Transplant Program, Hopital Notre-Dame, CHUM.
Gerald B. Appel, MD, professor, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and director of clinical nephrology, Presbyterian Medical Center, New York
Whether 'tis nobler in the hospital to suffer the slings and arrows of sleepless nights or to take up arms against a sea of troubles, and by handing off, oppose them. Dr Laeora Berkson, Jewish General Hospital.
Dr Balfour Mount, professor of medicine and oncology, McGill, and founding director, Palliative Care McGill & McGill Programs in Integrated Whole Person Care
The Ensemble for Humanity Symphony Orchestra, conducted by McGill composer Simeon Morrow, with violinists Julia Bushkova and Filip Fenrych. Works by Estonian composer Arvo Part. Proceeds to the Montreal Children's Hospital. The concert will be repeated on Saturday, April 30, at 8 pm.
A walking tour focussing on the fossils, rocks and minerals of Montreal buildings. Cost includes a copy of "What Building Stones Tell."