Entre Nous with Dr. David Colman, Director, Montreal Neurological Institute: Selling science in the name of the brain
The Director of the MNI talks about his first foray into lobbying the Feds for more research funding, future MNI programs and why his daughter likes making baking soda volcanoes.
Philosophy professor Eric Lewis decided at age 40 to take up the trumpet again. Not a remarkable resolution, except for also being inspired to shift his research focus from pre-Socratic philosophy to Afrological music and improvisation.
Psychiatrist Laurence Kirmayer receives $3.2-million grant to start up a cross-cultural research program on indigenous mental health.
A political science prof through four decades at McGill, recently retired Sam Noumoff compares the campus protests of the Vietnam War era to today's eerie quiet.
The British journal The Scientist surveyed universities from the U.S., Canada and Europe to find which ones were best for postdocs. Outside of America, University of Alberta was tops in the list, University of Liverpool was second, and McGill was the next best Canadian university.
The "My Tool Box" program gives sufferers of chronic illness new hope in managing their lives.
The best and the brightest are celebrated in McGill's newly launched research mag, Headway.
Which library is McGill's "greenest"? Take one guess.
Barbara Lawson is the curator of the Redpath's ethnology collection, with everyone from cavemen to mummies in her care.
In an institution surrounded by greatness, few have lived a life more grand, more simply.