The many faces of diabetes: addressing heterogeneity of a complex disease

Published: 6Mar2018

Comment by Rob Sladek, McGill Associate Professor in the Departments of Medicine and Human Genetics

The Neuro and Thermo Fisher Scientific Partner to Fight Neurodegenerative Disease

Published: 5Mar2018

Industry and academia to share expertise in effort to develop improved methods to produce and characterize antibodies and reagents for neurological research

A near-universal way to measure enzyme inhibition

Published: 1Mar2018

Researchers at McGill University have invented a new technique for measuring how quickly drugs interact with their molecular targets. The discovery provides scientists with a new way to investigate...

Leonie Huddy: The Social Nature of Partisan Identity


The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents:

CBC | The 2018 Federal budget: What's in it for Quebec?

Published: 28Feb2018

Science, research and innovation - The federal budget boasts the "largest investment in fundamental research ($3 billion) in Canadian history." It's a move that McGill University is welcoming. "I...

NP | Eureka! They're paying for it: Budget doles out major cash for science

Published: 28Feb2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a proud science fiction fan, but his government's third budget is much more focused on uncovering new scientific facts. [...] The budget itself is so complex it's...

WP | The silent microbiome crisis

Published: 27Feb2018

Co-authored by Tobias Rees, Social Studies of Medicine at McGill University:...

CBC | This prof is turning Homer's Iliad into a weekly, serialized 1-person bar show

Published: 27Feb2018

Lynn Kozak is spending their sabbatical from McGill University in a bar on Montreal's Park Avenue, starring in a solo-series called Happy Hour Homer.As it happens (CBC)