ID cards/Proxy cards and Access to the Building

Please notify our office as soon as possible should there be a change in your status at McGill. If your status changes, your ID card is no longer valid and you will have your access revoked. Notifying our office ensures that you do not lose access to the building facilities.

Presently, we are limited on the number of proxy cards and Service Point/HR is delayed due to COVID. If you do not have a McGill ID card, you can submit your request on priority basis via this link:


For details regarding directives for the 2021 Winter semester, please see:

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Welcome to the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at McGill!

Our Department focuses on basic molecular interactions between drug molecules and target proteins that will lead to the discovery of more selective and effective therapeutic approaches for managing disease. Our research mission is to discover new biomedical knowledge and to apply basic science insights to translate studies that decipher mechanisms of diseases or discover novel diagnostic/therapeutic targets into improved health care. Our degree programs in pharmacology provide a solid foundation in biomedical sciences and prepare individuals for a wide range of career options in universities, hospitals, pharmaceutical and biotech industries, private and public research organizations, consulting companies, and government agencies.

Honouring the Melville Legacy
The Melville Undergraduate Research Bursary offers Pharmacology Research Internships for Undergraduates from Underrepresented Equity Groups.

Core Facilities
Visit our facilities including our Imaging and Molecular Biology Platform, SPR-Mass Spectrometry, Electron Microscopy Services, and Confocal Facility.

Win4Science on
Reducing Bias and Discrimination in STEM

Lisa Willis, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences.
Dec. 10, 2020, Online 2 PM, win4science.pharma [at] (Register Now)

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