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Henry G. Friesen Annual Lecture in Health Research

24Jan201911:00
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13:00

"Emergence of Health Research as a Data Science" Featuring Dr. C. David Naylor, 2018 Henry G. Friesen International Prize Winner in Health Research  

Bravo Gala 2019

21Mar201917:30
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20:30

BY INVITATION ONLY. Please join us as we honour winners of major research prizes and awards during a gala reception with family, colleagues, students, partners and supporters....

Holiday closures / Bureaux administratifs fermés

24Dec2018
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1Jan2019

Please note that McGill's administrative offices, including the Office of the Vice Principal, Research and Innovation, the Office of Sponsored Research, Office of Ethics and Compliance and...

Holiday closures/Bureaux administratifs fermés

Published: 21Dec2018

Please note that McGill's administrative offices, including the Office of the Vice Principal, Research and Innovation, the Office of Sponsored Research, Office of Ethics and Compliance and...

Philippe Gros appointed Deputy Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation)

Published: 21Sep2018

A message from Martha Crago, PhD, C.M., Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation), McGill University...

In Her Own Words: Stories from Distinguished Careers

8May201816:00
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18:30

Registration is at full capacity, so we recommend arriving early as seating is on a first-come first-serve basis.  ...

Running for Rachel: Help support ALS Research at McGill

21Apr201809:00
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12:00

The "Running for Rachel" team celebrates the memory of Rachel Goldstein, who passed away from ALS in 2015. /researchCategory: VP (Research and International Relations)

2018 Henry G. Friesen Annual Lecture

18Jan201816:00
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"Health Research in an Age of Borderless Science: How Can Canada Best Contribute?" /researchCategory: VP (Research and International Relations)

Gairdner National Program Lecture / La Conférence du programme national Gairdner

14Nov201717:00
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A Symposium of scientific excellence in biomedical research / Un symposium d’excellence scientifique en recherche biomédicale. Nuclear magnetic resonance, why bother?

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