A Quebec team of hospitals, including the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), was recently rated the top 12 at increasing the organ donation rate. This is a first for the Quebec team and for Canada.
Dr. Seang Lin Tan and his team at the McGill University Health Centre have developed a non-invasive procedure to permit women to preserve their fertility even after chemotherapy, and early results are promising.
McGill University welcomed the tabling today of the final report by the Commission de l'éducation Consultation générale sur les enjeux entourant la qualité, l'accessibilité et le financement des universités au Québec.
The GSLIS is marking its centenary with a changing of the guard. France Bouthillier has been named acting director.
A huge public celebration to mark the Montreal Children's Hospital Centennial.
Heather Munroe-Blum was among the many notable Montrealers to carry the Olympic torch through Montreal streets on June 20. Munroe-Blum, McGill's principal and vice-chancellor, was invited to take part in the pomp and pageantry of the world's biggest amateur sporting event here in Montreal. The 2004 Olympic Games are set to unfold in Greece next August. The local leg of the Olympic Torch Relay was organized by the City of Montreal, the Canadian Olympic Committee and various commercial partners.
In a recent book launch, surrounded by friends, relatives, colleagues, and alumni and supporters of McGill, Henry Mintzberg gave an engaging talk about his innovative approach to management.
The Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre is now home to a pair of very unique Inuksuit, Inuit statues made of stone. The Inuksuit, representing a parent and child, were unveiled on National Aboriginal Day, June 21.
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) today recognized Frances K. Groen, Trenholme Director of Libraries, McGill University, as the winner of the CARL national award for Distinguished Service to Research Librarianship.
Even a minor accident or fall could result in a potentially disabling fracture for as many as 60 percent of Canadian women over age 50.