Talk by Sandrine Richard "The Responsible Integration of AI into Clinical Decision Making and Genomics"

Friday, May 24th, 2024 | 9:00 AM - 12:00PM
Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building
3640 University Street, Room M/48
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 0C7

Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024 here.


About the event: 

Published on: 16 May 2024

The McGill Regenerative Medicine Network (MRM) and Canadian Advanced Therapies Training Institute (CATTI) are pleased to announce a call for trainee submission

Published on: 13 May 2024

RNA Medicine and Innovation Symposium
May 23-24, 2024
110 avenue des Pins Ouest, Montréal, QC H2W 1R7


The Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM) and Sidney-Altman RNA Therapeutics Hub, in collaboration with McGill’s Center for RNA Sciences and the Université of Montréal, invite you all to attend this symposium, which will bring together participants from academia and industry to discuss the latest advances in RNA biology and its transformative applications in therapeutics.

Published on: 7 May 2024

Portait de Michel Hellman

It is with great pleasure that CIRM welcomes Michel Hellman as McConnell Professor of Practice for the year 2024!

Published on: 22 Apr 2024

Effect of α-tubulin acetylation on the doublet microtubule structure.

Published on: 17 Apr 2024

Recently, McGill undergraduate students had the opportunity to savor an enriching blend of knowledge and soup at the 37th edition of Soup & Science. This week-long event, occurring once a semester, highlights research taking place on campus. This semester’s showcase included topics across disciplines, ranging from quantum meta-photonics to optogenetic stimulation in roundworms, and students were able to learn and engage with these topics in an intimate setting.

Published on: 3 Apr 2024

Registration is open for HBHL Symposium 2024!

Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives (HBHL) will be hosting its sixth annual Symposium on May 8 and 9, 2024. The event will be held at the University Centre (Students’ Society of McGill University Building) and will feature two days of talks, networking opportunities and thoughtful exchange.

Published on: 21 Mar 2024

In the lead-up to the 25th anniversary of the landmark United Nations Security Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), the third annual Symposium of the RN-WPS – held at the University of Ottawa from February 8-10 - centered on the theme “Because We Must”. Rebecca Tiessen, Director of the Gender, Peace and Security Collaboratory, University of Ottawa was the host and co-organizer.

Classified as: Jennifer Welsh, Research Network for Women Peace and Security
Published on: 27 Feb 2024

Article by: Yejin Lee, The Tribune 

"Peter Douglas, an assistant professor in McGill’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, and his team recently published a research paper on greenhouse gas emissions from tundra ponds in northern Canada, aiming to understand one of the most important environmental processes for predicting future climate shifts. 

Published on: 14 Feb 2024

While it is commonly understood that a difficult childhood can lead to mental health issues, research has now exposed deeper, more troubling impacts of early life adversity: that these experiences can reshape the brain and body at a cellular level. Physiological effects like these are at the core of the McGill-Douglas-Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry International Collaborative Initiative in Adversity and Mental Health (AMH Initiative).

Classified as: brain research, neuroscience; research, mental health, medical research
Published on: 11 Jan 2024

Portait de Christopher TrudeauElsy Zavarce is a doctoral candidate at Concordia University in the Department of Art Education, as well as a visual artist working on the sense of community and the built environment through socially engaged artistic interventions.

Classified as: Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires en études montréalaises
Published on: 5 Dec 2023

Presented in collaboration with Brain Canada Foundation, the Amazing Brain Science Talks took place at McGill University on October 14, 2023.

This event, designed to demystify brain science for a wide audience, featured enlightening talks by Canadian brain health experts and speakers with lived experiences on a variety of topics, from neurodiversity and anxiety to the power of sleep and exercise.

Watch now to learn more about brain health and the extraordinary capabilities of the human brain.

Classified as: research and innovation; brain health; brain science; neuroscience; science talks
Published on: 22 Nov 2023


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