Killam Seminar: Genome wide approaches to understanding microglia identity and function

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 16:00to17:00

  Speaker: Christopher Glass, University of California Host: Luke Healy 3801 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4, CA/neuroCategory: MNI/Killam Seminar Series

Killam Seminar: Neuronal Chloride Regulation in Brain Development, Plasticity and Disease

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 12:00to13:00

  Speaker: Kai Kaila, University of Helsinki Host: Massimo Avoli 3801 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4, CA/neuroCategory: MNI/Killam Seminar Series

Killam Seminar: From FMRI of the Brain to Spinal Cord at 7 Tesla

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 16:00to17:00

  Speaker: Robert L. Barry, Harvard Medical School Host: Julien Doyon 3801 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 2B4, CA/neuroCategory: Medicine and Health Sciences MNI/Killam Seminar Series

Potential gender bias against female researchers in peer review of research grants

Published: 23 April 2018

Female health researchers who applied for grants from Canada's major health research funder were funded less often than male counterparts because of potential bias, and characteristics of peer...

Tackling adherence to treatment on several fronts

Published: 27 March 2018

Learning to become self-sufficient and responsible is part of life’s journey through the teen and young adult years. Mistakes are often made, and lessons are learned. However, for young kidney...

Pushing screening of ovarian and endometrial cancers one step further

Published: 21 March 2018

A team from the Research Institute of McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) in Montreal has joined forces with researchers at Johns Hopkins to bring screening and early detection of ovarian and...

Meet RIPK3: Good Cop, Bad Cop, all in one

Published: 14 February 2018

Each year, influenza kills half a million people globally with the elderly and very young most often the victims. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 37 children have...

Epigenetic alteration of a vitamin B12 processing gene shines new light on our understanding of rare diseases

Published: 30 January 2018

Rare hereditary recessive diseases were thought to be expressed in offspring only when both parents carry a mutation in the causal gene, but a new study is changing this paradigm. An international...


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