McGill hosts a special lecture and a fundraising walk in an effort to raise the public's awareness of the need for improved palliative care.
What's the hottest ticket on campus? The Instructional Multimedia Services Fair, of course.
Don Smith, Chair of the Department of Plant Science, spearheads a new distance teaching initiative that links Canadian grad students from coast to coast.
Rock and stroll, the Yellow Door and running with the caribou.
Seed Magazine carries the transcript and video of an extensive conversation between Daniel Levitin, James McGill Professor of Behavioural Neuroscience and Music and author of the New York Times bestseller "This Is Your Brain on Music," and singer, songwriter and artist David Byrne at STK in New York's meatpacking district, in which the two talk about everything from the soundtrack of Psycho to empathy and mirror neurons.
Again this year, the McGill University Health Centre is celebrating International Nurses Week.
MUHC-led study assesses use of high dose inhaler steroids as a preventative strategy for viral-induced childhood asthma
A new study has revealed that episodic use of twice-daily high-dose steroid inhaler at the onset of a cold can dramatically reduce the severity and duration of asthma attacks induced by colds in preschool-aged children.
CIHR to fund 74 projects covering broad range of disciplines
Children with enlarged tongues turn to the Montreal Children's Hospital for delicate surgery
Discovery of cellular processes which regulate heart's energy supply may pave way for new cardiac therapies
The heart needs a steady supply of energy to function properly. MUHC researcher Dr. Vincent Giguère and his colleagues recently identified several genetic programs which work together to ensure this energy is available.