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Scientists show what loneliness looks like in the brain

Published: 15Dec2020

Neural “signature” may reflect how we respond to feelings of social isolation...

The political and security dimensions of the humanitarian health response to violent conflict

Published: 5Jan2021

January 24, 2021 | In this paper, Max Bell School Professor Jennifer Welsh and her co-authors address the challenges and opportunities the fluid geopolitical and security environment poses for...

New CIRM members for 2021

Published: 31May2021

As approved by its Board of Directors, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) recently welcomed five new members:

NOW OPEN – Bursaries Application Period for the Academic Year 2021-2022

Published: 25Mar2021

Dialogue McGill’s Health and Social Services Community Leadership Bursary Program provides financial support to Quebec students with English and French language skills pursuing full-time studies in...

The CIRM team is growing!

Published: 31May2021

CIRM is pleased to announce the arrival of two new research assistants to its team. Ophélie Proulx-Giraldeau (Events Manager) and Camille Delagrave-Ajduk (Communications Assistant) will actively...

NOW OPEN – 2021-2022 Competitive Funding for RESEARCHERS and STUDENTS

Published: 24Feb2021

Competitive funding for researchers and students for initiatives addressing access to healthcare & social services for English-speaking Quebecers.

Blog post | A Starting Point: Transversal Questions and Recommendations for Montreal’s Digital Data Charter

Published: 8Feb2021

Response to the City of Montreal’s public consultation on Montreal’s Digital Data Charter Written by Jess Reia and Ana Brandusescu

Conference-experience | Green Cargos: The Challenges of Maritime Transport in the St. Lawrence River

19Jun202113:30
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The St. Lawrence River is one of the major facilitators of economic activity in Montréal./centre-montrealCategory: Research

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