Network science study of Montreal bilinguals could deepen understanding of real-world language use

Published: 8Oct2020

Psychology researchers at McGill University have used network science – a mathematical technique for revealing connections and patterns – to gain novel insights into Montrealers’ experience of...

Investing in our most vulnerable: The COVID-19 Immunity Task Force funds comprehensive new SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence study focused on aging Canadians

Published: 1Oct2020

MONTREAL, October 1, 2020 –  Canada’s COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF) announces its support for a new SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence study focused on aging Canadians, a population that has been...

McGill researchers part of international team awarded NIH grant to study causes and predictors of emerging psychosis

Published: 24Sep2020

Researchers at McGill University are part of a major international study to better understand the cause and effect of psychosis in adolescents and young adults who are at risk for this condition....

First genetic sequencing of COVID in Quebec shows roots of outbreak

Published: 21Sep2020

Initial results of study show that an estimated 250 independent events following spring break travel in March led to 60,000 people being infected

$12.5 million awarded to Montreal team to study Parkinson’s Disease

Published: 18Sep2020

A group of scientists at University of Montreal, The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital), and McGill University has been awarded a major research grant of over $12.5 million from the...

Mutation leading to biological changes may play role in cancer

Published: 10Sep2020

McGill research team generates the first mouse expressing Estrogen Receptor mutation early on in development  By Marie Moucarry  

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