Dr. Jason Karamchandani, an associate professor of Pathology was named "The Scientific Director" of the Clinical Biospecimen Imaging and Genetic (C-BIG) Repository. This newly launched Repository is making one of the world’s largest, highly-curated clinical biospecimen Imaging and genetic library of neurological disorders available to the global science community. To read more
Drs Spatz, Fiset, Wang, and Camilleri-Broet from the Department of Pathology are at the core of the innovative research project “The Karen Anthony Consortium for Lung Cancer Research”
A donation of $1.7 million from Maxime Rémillard with another $1.3 M to come, has allowed the establishment of an innovative research project “The Karen Anthony Consortium for Lung Cancer Research”, which is the first project of the McGill Initiative for Shared Database Across Sites ( MIDAS ).
Dr. Miguel Burnier has been appointed the Interim Executive Director and Chief Scientific Officer of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC)
Dr. Miguel Burnier has been appointed the Interim Executive Director and Chief Scientific Officer of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), beginning on June 15, 2020. In this capacity Dr. Burnier will work closely with RI-MUHC, MUHC and McGill leaders, as well as each of the MUHC associated foundations, to ensure continuity in the Institute’s research activities.
Our PhD student Christina Mastromonaco is a pioneer in the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program at Concordia
Our PhD student Christina Mastromonaco is a pioneer in the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program at Concordia…see the article at https://www.concordia.ca/cunews/jmsb/executive-centre/blog/2019/08/29/where-are-they-now-life-sciences-entrepreneurship-development-program.html
Dr. Gao has just been elected as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (FCAHS), an organization that “brings together Canada’s top-ranked health and biomedical scientists and scholars to make a positive impact on the urgent health concerns of Canadians. Fellows will have demonstrated leadership, creativity, distinctive competencies & background, and a commitment to advance academic health science.
2019 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Pathologists News
Congratulations to Professor Alan Spatz on receiving GAPP-Genome Canada and Cancer Research Society grants
The McGill Pathology Department congratulates Professor Alan Spatz, who, with co-PI Dr. Christopher Borchers, received a GAPP-Genome Canada grant for $1.5 Million to Develop the next generation PD-L1 assays using precision mass spectroscopy. Dr. Spatz also received a grant for 120K from the Cancer Research Society to study the regulation of mRNA translation by PR70-PP2A in melanoma. Congratulations!
Our graduate student Jade Lasiste was awarded at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) 2017 in Baltimo
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 "Member-in-Training (MIT) Outstanding Poster“ at the Annual Conference of Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO/Alcon) on Thursday, May 11, 2017 in Baltimore.
Congratulations to Carlos Telleria, on his grant from the U.S. Rivkin Center, a partner of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, internationally recognized for its pioneering research. The Rivkin funds are designated to support innovative, investigator-initiated projects at the forefront of ovarian cancer research.
Congratulations to Dr. Carolyn Baglole – featured in this week’s McGill Reporter as one of three Canadians receiving a grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim Innovation in Understanding Interstitial Lung Disease (BUILD) program, to support her research on idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
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Congratulations to Necola Guerrina, our PhD student of Dr. Carolyn Baglole, who won second prize in the university-wide 3MT competition last week, for an outstanding presentation on her thesis research……
featured in the current issue of the McGill Reporter at http://publications.mcgill.ca/reporter/2017/03/three-minute-thesis-compe...
Dr Morag Park, an associate member and research director for two of our PhD candidates in the department of Pathology, is the recipient of the Canadian Cancer Society 2017 Robert L. Noble Prize, as announced on March 8.