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Let's talk TB!

Published: 7Jan2016

McGill Global Health Programs Director Madhu Pai is editor of a unique collection of papers printed as a supplement to GP Clinics. This supplement is an effort to engage and educate GPs and private...

Global Health Night 2015-2016

3Nov201517:30
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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

EXTENDED DEADLINE: NCD Program Summer Visitorship Fund

10May201923:45

This grant is for residents, faculty, and/or allied healthcare professionals from a low-income country, who wish to further their professional development while conducting a scholarly project,...

GHRI Forum - Continuons à aller plus loin ensemble!

Published: 4Mar2019

Film Screening and Discussion:  Continuons à aller plus loin ensemble!...

Global Health Film Festival--Focus on TB

21Mar201917:30
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22Mar201920:00

The McGill Global Health Film Festival is back--just in time for World TB Day! /globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs Faculty of Medicine

DEADLINE: Spring 2019 Global Health Travel Awards

5Apr201923:45

Applications for the Spring 2019 Travel Awards are now open! /globalhealthCategory: Global Health Programs

Global Health Scholars (Undergraduates) - Information Session

15Feb201912:00
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Are you a McGill undergraduate student interested in applying for the 2019 Global Health Scholars Program for undergrads? Are you curious to know more about it?

DEADLINE: Spring 2019 McGill International TB Centre Travel Awards

24Feb201923:45

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the McGill International TB Centre now have until February 24th, 2019 11:59PM to submit their applications for this special travel a...

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