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Faculty of Medicine

A world without cervical cancer

March 4 is International HPV Awareness Day and Preventive Medicine, whose Editor-in-Chief is McGill’s Dr. Eduardo Franco, is publishing a special issue outlining the actions needed to eliminate cervical cancer, of which HPV is a leading cause.

Zooming in on the "crown" that could hold the secret to nanomedicine

Researchers have developed a new method to better understand how nanomedicines - emerging diagnostics and therapies that are very small yet very intricate - interact with patients' biomolecules.

Helping unmask the faces behind the PPE

In April 2020, members of Montreal’s Intensive Care Unit Bridge Program decided to do something to humanize the patient experience by providing laminated headshots worn over health care professionals’ protective equipment that reveal the smiling faces behind the masks.

Learner handover: perspectives from the front line

A team of current and former members of the Institute of Health Sciences Education explored “the opinions of, experiences with, and recommendations for successful implementation of learner handover among clinical supervisors” in a recent issue of Perspectives on Medical Education.

Electron cryomicroscopy: a new era for biology

The work of Dr. Joaquin Ortega and colleagues in McGill’s Facility for Electron Microscopy Research is highlighted in the latest issue of Québec Science, particularly their use of electron cryomicroscopy to observe molecules in action in their unaltered state.

Pandemic: Healthcare worker burnout

A new study funded by MI4 sheds light on how nurses and physicians are faring during COVID-19.


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Dr. Don Sheppard, Director of the McGill Interdisciplinary Initiative in Infection and Immunity (MI4), explains how we can manage risk associated with COVID-19 going forward.


Dr. Don Sheppard

At McGill’s new Campus Outaouais, the first cohorts of the undergraduate medical education and medicine preparatory programs have now started their studies in French, in Gatineau. Bienvenue!

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