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Opinion: Protecting transgender people means protecting our pronouns

Published: 30May2017

"Pronouns might seem like a small price to pay for greater consensus. They aren’t. The removal of pronoun protection will kneecap the Bill. Here’s why."...

As tick season hits, Lyme disease patients say they need better care

Published: 30May2017

"Doctors refuse to prescribe for more than two to four weeks because the available standard medical evidence suggests harm, and no benefit to extended treatment," said Dr. Michael Libman,...

Cocaine more addictive than first thought, study finds

Published: 26May2017

“The study provides evidence that some of the characteristic brain signals in people who have developed addictions are also present much earlier than most of us would have imagined,” said Prof...

Are you an introvert, ambivert or extrovert?

Published: 25May2017

Professor Karl Moore speaks with Shannon Cuciz about the difference between introverts, ambiverts and extroverts on Global News Morning. Find out more: Global News

Dean’s Q&A: Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou Of McGill’s Desautels School

Published: 24May2017

When joining a new organization of any sort, it’s a good idea to get to know the new people you’ll be working with and have a plan of action. Those were the first two items on Isabelle Bajeux...

Brain area involved in addiction activated earlier than previously thought in recreational cocaine users

Published: 23May2017

Even among non-dependent cocaine users, cues associated with consumption of the drug lead to dopamine release in an area of the brain thought to promote compulsive use, according to researchers at...

How Montreal aims to become a world centre of artificial intelligence

Published: 23May2017

U de M and McGill University are the academic bedrocks on which Montreal’s AI sector has been built. About 150 AI researchers toil at the two institutions, making the city one of the world’s...

Teaching practices could play an important role in preventing bullying

Published: 23May2017

Classrooms that encourage competition between students may inadvertently be creating settings where bullying is more likely to take place. That’s one of the conclusions that can be drawn from work...

Our graduate student Jade Lasiste was awarded at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2017 in Baltimo

Published: 19May2017

Congratulations to our graduate student Dr. Jade Lasiste from Dr. Miguel Burnier’s lab in the Department of Pathology at the McGill University.  As part of the Closing Keynote Jade was awarded the ...

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