MiCM Support for Events

Collaborate with us on an event! The McGill initiative in Computational Medicine (MiCM) is pleased to sponsor training opportunities and events that are within the scope of the initiative. We regularly co-host events, workshops, and discussion groups that are either free or very accessible. Students and faculty members within the McGill community are eligible to apply for MiCM support.


The MiCM steering committee reviews proposals on a rolling basis. Interested in collaborating or have a new idea? Submit your proposal [HERE]

 

For any inquiries and/or assistance, please contact info-micm [at] mcgill.ca.

 

Upcoming

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Past events
 

QLS Winter 2020
Every Tuesday from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
The Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine (CAMBAM), Quantitative Life Sciences PhD program (QLS), the Ludmer Center and the McGill Initiative in Computational Medicine (MiCM) are joining efforts to offer weekly interdisciplinary seminars.
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Science Communication Day
Co-organized by Healthy Brains, Healthy Lives and SciCommCollective
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Student Pharam presents PharmaHacks 2019
Friday November 8–10, 2019
Following the success of the Pharmahackathon 2018, InVivo AI/StudentPharma are proud to partner with MILA to bring to you a three-day event filled with workshops, networking opportunities with industry leaders and experts and the chance to compete for prizes by applying Machine Learning/Deep Learning to solve current challenges in the pharmaceutical field!.
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THE 7TH MCGILL-KYOTO TRAINING COURSE & SYMPOSIUM
SUNDAY OCT 27 – WEDNESDAY OCT 30, 2019
The 4-day training course will provide a practical introduction to genomic analysis applied to human disease. The course provides attendees with a unique opportunity to interact closely with the world-leading researchers who serve as instructors in a workshop setting. This course is mainly designed for scientists (MSc, PhD students, postdoctoral fellows as well as staff members) who have an interest in moving into this field, or are specializing in this domain.
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Student Pharam presents Pharma Hackathon 2018
Option 1: Full Day Tutorial on Bio/ Cheminformatics and in-silico Drug Design
Option 2: Take the Challenge
Date: November 17, 2018
Time: 8:30am - 8:00pm
Location: New Residence Hall: Ballroom, 3625 Park Ave, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H2X 3P8
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