Public Safety Canada invites you to attend the virtual Safeguarding Science Against Foreign Interference Workshop being held for the scientific and academic communities at McGill. The workshop will include a roundtable Q&A discussion and a live survey.
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Online virtual event
The goal of this information session is to provide tips on successful Discovery Grant proposals. This session is open to Applicants from all Evaluation Groups. Questions and answers will be welcome throughout. You are encouraged to attend this outreach session if you are planning to apply to this year’s competition.
The speakers will be:
Agnes Wong, Grants and Agreements Officer, Office of Sponsored Research
Natalia Botero, Grants and Agreements Officer, Office of Sponsored Research
June 7-8, 2021
HBHL's annual Research Day is designed to showcase the research of trainees (graduate students and postdoctoral fellows) who are working in areas related to HBHL's goals and priorities.
All trainees, faculty and staff with an interest in brain health are encouraged to attend.
McGill University and the Tri-Agency Institutional Programs Secretariat are proud to present the Canada Research Excellence Chairs (CERC)/Canada 150 Research Chairs (C150) Symposium:
Transformational Research for a Transformed World | June 8-9, 2021
The virtual symposium will offer participants the opportunity to connect with peers and members of the prestigious CERC and C150 Research Chairs programs, celebrate accomplishments, share diverse experiences and discuss challenges and best practices in successfully meeting the objectives of these programs.
Research and Innovation invites you to an exclusive opportunity to watch a Nobel Prize Laureate speak from an otherwise private summit.
Dr. Michael Houghton, Li Ka Shing Professor of Virology at the University of Alberta, Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) Laureate in Virology (2010-2017), and 2020 Nobel Prize Laureate, will deliver a lecture at the CERC/C150 Research Chairs 2021 Virtual Symposium.
Navigating the complex landscape of research data standards and data repositories can be challenging, particularly when taking into account privacy and cybersecurity concerns when using cloud solutions. As a support to McGill researchers across all disciplines, IT Services, Research Ethics, Libraries, and VPRI will hold drop-in hours where researchers will be able to discuss any questions related to their research data and research software.