dept. of physiology

Online Seminar - Ependymal cells and Disease

21May202111:00
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This presentation will focus on describing ependymal cells in disease, focusing on CSF inflammation in multiple sclerosis (MS) and how it correlates with disease progression./physiologyCategory:...

Dr. Anmar Khadra editor of new book

Published: 18Mar2021

Congratulations to Dr. Anmar Khadra on his role as editor of the new book Diabetes Systems Biology, published in December 2020 through IOP Publishing.

Online Seminar - ShcA and LPP enhance breast cancer cell migration, invasion and metastasis

7May202111:00
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Although breast cancer treatment has significantly improved over the last decade, developments in the treatment of metastatic tumors lag behind, with 14 women dying of breast cancer every day....

Online Seminar - Neuroimmune Interactions Shaping Social Behavior

30Apr202111:00
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The beneficial effects of infection and the ensuing inflammation on neurological disorders have previously been noted./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Online Seminar - The virtues of restraint

16Apr202111:00
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In vertebrates, the response elicited by invading pathogens involves a sophisticated interplay of cells that constitute the innate and adaptive immune systems./physiologyCategory: Dept. of...

Online Seminar - Host-Pathogen Interactions in Cystic Fibrosis: Role of Extracellular Vesicles and siRNA

23Apr202111:00
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In the healthy lung the opportunistic pathogen, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, is rapidly eliminated by mucociliary clearance, a process that is dependent on the activity of the CFTR anion channel that,...

Online Seminar - Human Respiratory immunity over age and in COVID-19

12Mar202111:00
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Immune responses are initiated, function and are maintained in diverse tissue sites./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Online Seminar - Type 2 immunity vs helminths: Tales from the crypt

9Apr202111:00
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Intestinal helminths remain one of the most pervasive parasites of the animal kingdom by stimulating host defense pathways that prioritize tissue adaptation over parasite expulsion....

Physiology student receives inaugural Teaching Innovation Award

Published: 15Feb2021

Congratulations to physiology student Mégane Pépin, one of six learners to receive the inaugural Teaching Innovation Award within the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

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