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Directives for Research Ramp-up at The Neuro

Restart of research activities at The Neuro will follow the McGill University on-campus research phase-in directives and the guidelines on preventing spread of COVID-19.

Published: 15 May 2020

Elevators - Restricted Access and Reprogramming

As The Neuro moves into a transition phase, which includes the gradual resumption of research activities starting on Monday May 25th, please note that use of elevators is now restricted (please see table below). 

Elevator A (Rockefeller) is accessible for patients, hospital and research staff. 

·         Patients have priority access.   

Published: 15 May 2020

Message from Dr. Rouleau: Research Ramp-up

Dear Colleagues,

I hope you have been keeping well.

As you know, McGill sent out a memo over the weekend regarding the gradual research ramp-up on campus.

We are presently establishing guidelines specific to the ramp-up of the research operations at The Neuro, in compliance with both McGill and MUHC protocols (ex: entry points and triage, movement within the complex, health and safety considerations, issues related to human resources, etc.).

Published: 5 May 2020

Access to The Neuro: Entry and Exit reminders

ALL ENTRY & EXIT is via the main door at 3801 University, ONLY

Neuro staff and trainees are reminded NOT to enter or exit the building via any other doors.

* The only exception is in case of emergency evacuation.

Please respect the requests of security and frontline staff at the main entrance. Tensions can sometimes run high in crisis situations and we ask that everyone be patient and courteous.

Published: 22 Apr 2020

COVID-19 REMINDER: SELF-DECLARATION FORM FOR NEURO RESEARCH STAFF AND TRAINEES

COVID-19 REMINDER: SELF-DECLARATION FORM FOR NEURO RESEARCH STAFF AND TRAINEES

(student information further down)

Let’s make sure our clinical and research environments are not compromised

Please follow these directions if you are a McGill employee who is in self-isolation, or has received a positive diagnosis for COVID-19.

Published: 15 Apr 2020

Human Resources- Brief Extension Period for Postdoctoral Fellows nearing the end of their 5 year window

Enrollment services is allowing a brief extension of one to two months for postdoctoral fellows who are nearing the end of their 5 year window. 

Published: 4 Apr 2020

Reminders and Resources during COVID-19

Reminder: Do not come to The Neuro if you have one or more of the following symptoms (new onset within the last 7 days): fever sore throat cough shortness of breath or difficulty breathing nasal congestion and runny nose new onset of diarrhea a sudden headache or the sudden loss of smell Access Approval

Only personnel whose name appears on the approved exemption

Published: 30 Mar 2020

Delivery of Liquid Nitrogen, dry ice and gas cylinders (e.g., CO2) to The Neuro during the research ramp-down period

PRAXAIR - Delivery of Dry Ice, Liquid Nitrogen Tanks, and Gas Cylinders (CO2) to The Neuro during the research ramp-down period EACH LAB MUST DESIGNATE A PERSON IN CHARGE OF THE FOLLOWING STEPS  PRAXAIR DRY ICE The standard order for delivery of dry ice to the 7th floor freezer on Mondays is continuing.
Published: 25 Mar 2020

Updated Research Exemption Access Details

Only personnel whose name appears on the approved exemption list will be allowed to enter The Neuro. All allowed personnel will be triaged and cleared for entrance. Approved personnel will need to have their ID Card at all times.

Published: 24 Mar 2020

Removal Of Neuro (McGill) Tagged Equipment (reminder of existing policy)

In order to take a piece of equipment (eg, computer monitor, desktop unit, printer, camera, microscope etc. ) tagged with a McGill identification sticker, the authorized person must:

Published: 19 Mar 2020

Neuro Financial Services during COVID-19 ramp-down period

Financial Services will ensure normal operations as much as possible during this exceptional period.  There may be some delays in processing times and we ask for your patience.

CONTACTS

For expense reimbursement questions, contact Billy Arnaoutelis, Financial Administrator vasilios.arnaoutelis [at] mcgill.ca

For other questions or concerns, contact Andrew Marcheschi, Financial Officer andrew.marcheschi [at] mcgil.ca

Published: 19 Mar 2020

Human Resources (McGill University) during COVID-19 ramp-down period

The Human Resources team is working remotely until further notice due to COVID-19. For questions, please contact us at hradmin.neuro [at] mcgill.ca.

REMINDER

As McGill University has indicated, all academic and administrative staff, including casual employees, who worked and are scheduled to work over the two (2) week period (March 16 – 27), will be paid.

Published: 19 Mar 2020

Neuro Facilities Services during COVID-19 ramp-down period

Neuro Facilities will be working remotely from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm. For any requests or inquiries, please email facilities.neuro [at] mcgill.ca. CONTACTS

Code-related emergencies inside the building (flood, fire, chemical spill, medical, etc.), dial 55555 from internal phone.

Emergencies outside the building, please call 911.

Published: 18 Mar 2020

Mail Room (Internal mail) & General Stores operations COVID-19

Mail Room

Receives all Canada Post packages only and internal mail

Room: RVH - E.372 Dispatch Center Phone: 514 934-1934 Ext. 54000 Dial “4” for Neuro Leave message only

Operating hours

7 am to 8 pm Monday to Friday

Delivery Rounds

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, around noon

 

Published: 18 Mar 2020

CO2 delivery to The Neuro during research ramp-down period

Update: Wednesday, March 25

Please see this updated memo with information about PRAXAIR and MEGS deliveries.

Published: 18 Mar 2020

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