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Laurette Dube, Message from the Chair

McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics

"No single scientific or social discipline is enough to unravel the causes of these pervasive societal challenges. And no single scientific or social discipline alone will solve them. We need to break free of such siloed efforts, and undertake a collaborative, integrated, trans-disciplinary approach…"

- Professor Laurette Dubé, PhD, MBA

The MCCHE is a world-leader in promoting integrative and interdisciplinary solutions to diet- and lifestyle-related global health challenges. This approach seeks to ameliorate health problems, such as obesity and under-nutrition, in ways that transform agri-food value chains and stimulate sustainable economic growth. Read our latest news

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Lifelong Wellness: Product innovation and multisystemic approaches to aging

Integrated Management Symposium

Lifelong Wellness: Product innovation and multisystemic approaches to aging. On September 24, Laurette Dubé, Professor of Marketing and Director of the McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics, conversed with Dr. Mehmood Khan, scientist and former Vice Chairman of PepsiCo turned CEO of Life Biosciences Inc., a healthy living startup with more than $75 million in venture funding.  Listen to podcast

Pulse Innovation Platform (PIP)

Pulse Innovation Platform

Innovation: Pathway to prosperity - Launched on the occasion of the International Year of Pulses 2016, the global Pulse Innovation Platform (PIP) is an open invitation forum where members network and connect to identify bottlenecks hindering innovation, and develop solutions beyond what individual members can achieve alone. PIP will become the convening body for pulse-based food innovation globally.

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Updated: 2020/03/26

In accordance with the Quebec government’s latest directive, McGill University will remain closed until further notice, except for necessary activities. Your program office is still available to support you during this time. Should you have any questions or concerns, you may email your program office directly.

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