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The Quebec Government is partnering with McGill University to try to stem the "Anglophone brain drain" - a phenomenon among university graduates who opt to leave the province with a diploma in hand.
McGill English prof Merve Emre, in the June issue of Harpers, on “Rachel Cusk’s unforgiving eye”
Opinion | In Quebec, air ambulances continue the incomprehensible practice of separating children and parents – despite no written policy demanding it. By Samir Shaheen-Hussain, a pediatric emergency physician and assistant professor at McGill University
WASHINGTON POST: People who live in small towns and rural areas are happier than everyone else, researchers say
Heaven is wide open spaces — at least, it is for most people, according to a massive new data set of happiness in Canada....
Dear colleagues and friends,
It is with much sadness that we learned of the passing of our esteemed colleague Dr. Herta Guttman (Professor Emerita, Department of Psychiatry), who passed away at age 84....
The effect of night shifts: gene expression fails to adapt to new sleep patterns, Drs Kervezee (post-doc fellow), Cuesta (post-doc fellow), Cermakian and Boivin
Le corps ne s'adapte pas aux horaires de nuit, Drs Kervezee (post-doc fellow), Cuesta (post-doc fellow), Cermakian and Boivin
Stubborn genes: New research looks at how our bodies respond (or don’t) to night shift , Dr Kervezee (post-doc fellow)
Dr. Claudio Cuello, Professor and inaugural Charles E....
Congratulations to our graduate students receiving an FRQ fellowship for 2018-2019!
Marie-Jeanne Leonard FRQSC
Nathaniel Moxley-Kelly FRQSC
Kimberly Turner FRQS (incoming student)
Jessica Burdo FRQS
Luca Posa FRQS
Marie-Helene Doucet FRQS
Christina Klassen FRQS
Nicolas Nunez FRQS
While the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has largely dropped from news headlines since the 1990s, at the end of 2016 there were 36.7 million people living with the infection, and of those only 53 per cent had access to treatment. A new study underscores the neurological consequences of exposure to HIV without antiretroviral therapy....