Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. An 8-week program offered to adults who live with chronic illness/stress and/or are health care professionals who care for people with health problems
You will learn how to work effectively with stress, be it related to illness or working within the health care system. By participating with others, engaged in similar challenges, you can bring to bear in your life both the uniting force of community and the solace and power of your own inner strength. In this way, you can actively encourage the healing process.
Join us on November 25 at noon for the next webcast in our weekly series, McGill Cares, designed to support informal caregivers.
The MRM Network presents the 2020 MRM Talks. In November, join us every Wednesday to discover the landscape of regenerative medicine at McGill.
The ethics of translating cell and gene therapies to the clinic
Me. Erika Kleiderman Academic Associate Centre of Genomics and Policy
Hosted by the Dept. of BiochemistryMandatory for Biochemistry Graduate StudentsStephen C. Harrison, Ph.D. Professor Laboratory of Structural Cell Biology Harvard Medical School / Howard Hughes Medical Institute Boston, MA
On this week's "COVID & More" the OSS welcomes Professor Jonathan Kimmelman, Interim Director of the Biomedical Ethics Unit in the School of Population and Global Health at McGill University. The ethics of vaccine development and the timeframe of vaccine deployment, as well as drug development and risk, will be some of the topics discussed.
The iPSC Seminar Series at The Neuro
Supported by Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives and STEMCELL Technologies, The Neuro’s iPSC Seminar Series welcomes trainees and senior scientists working with induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to present their cutting-edge research. The Seminar Series intends to foster collaborations within the network of laboratories working with iPSCs in Montreal, Canada and around the world.
McGill Global Health Programs (GHP) is pleased to partner with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and Amref Health Africa for a panel that will explore the impact of the current pandemic on nutrition and community-based nutrition programming and partnerships in African settings. Moderated by Holly Piepenburg, Outreach Coordinator at the Pulitzer Center the panel will include:
Join us on December 2 at noon for the next webcast in our weekly series, McGill Cares, designed to support informal caregivers. During candid, 30-minute interviews with leading experts, Claire Webster, Alzheimer Care Consultant and Founder of the McGill Dementia Education Program, will explore topics related to caring for a loved one with dementia.
When: Friday, December 4, from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.
Subject: Re-Thinking e-Health in Times of COVID
Presented by: Dr. Bertrand Lebouché, Yuanchao Ma, Dr. Dominic Chu, Dr. David Lessard & Dr. Adriana Rodriguez-Cruz
*No need for registration*
Wilder Penfield Lecture at The Neuro: From the genetic dissection of auditory cellular and molecular mechanisms to hearing restoration (Virtual Lecture)
The Penfield Lecture was inaugurated in 1985 to honour Wilder Penfield, pioneering neurosurgeon and founder of The Neuro.
Speaker: Christine Petit
Professor, College de France, Chair of Genetics and Cellular Physiology
Professor “Classe exceptionnelle”, Institut Pasteur, laboratory of Genetics and Physiology of Hearing
Brain Tumour Research Seminar Series: The role of brain tumour cell lines in Parkinson’s disease research: insights into Cancer and Neurodegeneration (Virtual)
Speaker: Armin Bayati, McPherson Lab
The Brain Tumour Research Seminar Series (BTRSS) is a monthly seminar series for trainees in the field of brain tumour research, including undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and medical residents in the field of neuroscience.
The series aims to: