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McGill researchers launch Multicultural Mental Health Resource Centre

Published: 18Jan2021

Bell Let's Talk, McGill University, The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) and the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital are pleased to announce the official launch of...

Roy Parker, Ph.D. / Zoom Seminar Title: "RNP Granules in Health and Disease Contexts"

20Jan202116:00
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Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsRoy Parker, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor Cech-Leinwand Endowed Chair of Biochemistry

Hiroaki Suga, Ph.D. / Zoom Seminar Title: "Revolutionizing the discovery of therapeutical peptides and biologics"

13Jan202109:00
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Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsHiroaki Suga, Ph.D. Professor Department of Chemistry, School of Science The University of Tokyo  

26th Annual Graduate Research Day

14May202115:30
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BIERMAN'S LECTURE Plasticity of cancer invasion, metastasis and therapy response/physiologyCategory: Faculty of Medicine Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Stephen C. Harrison, Ph.D. / Zoom Seminar Title: "Kinetochore structure"

25Nov202016:00
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Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsStephen C. Harrison, Ph.D. Professor Laboratory of Structural Cell Biology

CANCELLED - Michael V. Airola, Ph.D. / Zoom Seminar Title: "Structure-Function Studies of Lipid Metabolizing Enzymes"

16Nov202016:00
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Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsMichael V. Airola, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Rebecca M. Voorhees, Ph.D. / Zoom Seminar Title: "Membrane protein biogenesis at the mammalian ER"

4Nov202016:00
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Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsRebecca M. Voorhees, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, California Institute of Technology

What do breast cancer cells feel inside the tumour?

Published: 27Oct2020

Using a new technique, a team of McGill University researchers has found tiny and previously undetectable ‘hot spots’ of extremely high stiffness inside aggressive and invasive breast cancer...

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