Full details: https://reporter.mcgill.ca/nine-teams-chosen-as-1st-recipients-of-mcgill-innovation-fund/
Dr. John Orlowski magnum opus review article entitled “Determinants, Maintenance and Function of Organellar pH” written by Spencer Freeman, Sergio Grinstein and John Orlowski has just been published in Physiological Reviews : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/35981302
Full details: https://sciencepolicy.ca/posts/canada-needs-to-democratize-access-to-state-of-the-art-technologies-and-expertise/
Honorary doctorate degree of the University of Silesia to Michael C. Mackey will be taking place online on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 at 9 a.m.(GMT-4) via the University of Silesia YouTube Channel youtube.com/UniwersytetSlaski.
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Dr. Claire Brown, Associate Professor of Physiology and Director of the Advanced BioImaging Facility was recently interviewed by Peter O’Toole at York University as part of a podcast/videocast series call The Microscopists. It is produced by Bite Sized Bio and sponsored by Carl Zeiss Inc. To view the episode, click the link below. Great job, Claire!
Congratulations to Sir Arnold Burgen, a former Physiology Professor, on celebrating his 100th birthday on March 20!
Birthday card courtesy of Prof. T.M.S. Chang
Congratulations to Physiology Faculty Member Dr. Pouya Bashivan on receiving the William Dawson Scholar award.
Congratulations to Physiology Faculty Member Dr. Gergely Lukacs on receiving the Distinguished James McGill Professor award.
Congrats to the Prager-Khoutorsky Lab on their recent paper published in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience entitled "Anatomical Organization of the rat subfornical organ.”
Congratulations to physiology PhD candidate Stephanie Mouchbahani-Constance on her outstanding research and poster presentation at this year's Canadian Student Health Research Forum (CSHRF) held virtually from June 14-18, 2021. Stephanie was selected to receive three awards: a Gold Award, a Gairdner Award and the Lindau Award!
Congrats to the Orlowski Lab on their recent paper published in Nature Communications entitled "Structure and mechanism of the human NHE1-CHP1 complex."
Congratulations to Dr. Steve Lomber and the members of the Cerebral Systems Lab for the recent publication of their article "Ultrasonic Hearing in Cats and Other Terrestrial Animals" in Acoustics Today.