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McGill Cares: Frontotemporal Dementia and Managing Challenging Behaviour

7Apr202112:00
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12:30

Join us on April 7, 2021 at noon for the next webcast in our biweekly series, McGill Cares, designed to support/medsimcentreCategory: Faculty of Medicine Medical Simulation Centre

Game-changing blood test accurately detects Alzheimer’s disease

Published: 8May2020

McGill-Gothenburg collaboration yields affordable test that could revolutionize the way AD is diagnosed, studied and treated...

Promising advance in depression research

Published: 8Apr2020

Depression is a common psychiatric disorder and one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Antidepressants are the first-line treatment for moderate to severe major depressive episodes....

An exceptional donation to support autism research

Published: 13Nov2019

Q1K: A collaborative undertaking involving 1,000 families to transform autism care

Early life factors connected to suicide risk later in life

Published: 9Sep2019

Researchers have long been interested in the question of whether a correlation exists between one’s early-life environment and suicide rates, with studies on the topic dating back to the 1980s....

Towards a new era of small animal imaging research

Published: 30May2019

Have you ever spent half an hour trying to take the best photo of your pets but they won't stay still in the perfect angle? This is also true for small animal imaging research using positron...

Québec siblings with rare orphan disease lead to discovery of rare genetic diseases

Published: 25Apr2019

Mutations in a gene involved in brain development have led to the discovery of two new neurodevelopmental diseases by an international team led by researchers at McGill University and CHU Sainte...

Alzheimer’s disease: neuronal loss very limited

Published: 17Jan2018

Frequently encountered in the elderly, Alzheimer’s is considered a neurodegenerative disease, which means that it is accompanied by a significant, progressive loss of neurons and their nerve...

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