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Portraits of Vicky Wang and Jérémy Nadeau-Fortin.

Education

Spring Convocation: Congratulations to our graduates!

Ahead of the Health Sciences ceremonies on May 28, we asked graduates to share their experiences studying in the FMHS. First up: Vicky Wang and Jérémy Nadeau-Fortin.

Photo of Nada Jabado in her lab.

Kudos

Nada Jabado wins L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science

Dr. Jabado, Canada Research Chair in Pediatric Oncology and Professor of Pediatrics and Human Genetics, honoured for revolutionizing our understanding of pediatric brain tumours.

Photo of a pregnant woman doing a finger prick blood sugar test.

Research

Gestational diabetes spikes future type 2 diabetes risk

McGill study finds increased risk in women who first get gestational diabetes during a second pregnancy, and further increases after two consecutive pregnancies.

A patient knits during a visit from a physiotherapy student at the Jewish General Hospital.

Health in the Community

HELP contributes to reducing older patients' hospital stays by over a week

The Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) at the Jewish General Hospital, supported by McGill learners, improves outcomes with basic exercises, mealtime aid and companionship.

200 Years, 200 Stories



Land Acknowledgment

McGill University is on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations.

We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps have marked this territory on which peoples of the world now gather.

Learn about our Indigenous Health Professions Program (IHPP)
 

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