Graduate Students

Bakerian Lecture 2021 by Professor Victoria Kaspi


The 2021 Bakerian Lecture, hosted by The Royal Society, will be delivered by Professor Victoria Kaspi on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. EST./researchCategory: Research and innovation

Major boost to brain research with new $4M grant to help advance the field of neuroscience

Published: 13Apr2021

Congratulations to our McGill Neuroscience researchers for their role in the Brain Canada grant led by Dr. Yves de Koninck (Laval University): The Canadian Optogenetics and Vectorology Foundry....

Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy

Published: 31Mar2021

On March 15, Canada’s three federal research funding agencies—the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and the Social...

Government of Canada funds McGill research on contaminants in aquatic ecosystems

Published: 29Mar2021

Microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that are microscopic and up to 5 millimetres in size. McGill research project aims to provide an understanding of how these contaminants end up in Canadian...

McGill and Genome Canada announce new Canadian SARS-CoV-2 Data Portal

Published: 23Mar2021

A Made-in-Canada data solution to support the Government of Canada Variants of Concern Strategy

$110M for Nine Innovative McGill Research Projects

Published: 9Mar2021

Read the story in the McGill Reporter Read the McGill news release Funded Projects:   SecureData4Health McGill team lead: Guillaume Bourque, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Professor Nancy Ross Appointed Vice-Principal, Research, at Queen’s University

Published: 17Mar2021

After nearly 5 years as McGill’s Associate Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation (AVP-RI), Professor Nancy Ross is leaving McGill to join Queen’s University as Vice-Principal, Research. She will...

CFI Innovation Fund – Next Competition and Information Session


The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) will launch the next Innovation Fund (IF) competition in Fall 2021 with submissions expected in Spring 2022./researchCategory: Research and innovation


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