Dr Turecki awarded the Margolese National Brain Disorder Prize


Published: 17Jul2019

The Margolese National Brain Disorders Prize will be awarded to McGill University’s Gustavo Turecki, who has advanced our understanding of how early life adversity changes the brain to influence suicide and depression. Each prize is valued at $50,000, making them among the most prestigious honours bestowed by a Canadian university. The recipients were chosen by a committee of international experts chaired by Robert McMaster, Executive Associate Dean, Research, and Deborah Money, Executive Vice Dean.