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For the 13th year in a row, Maclean’s magazine has ranked McGill as the top university in Canada among institutions in the...
The Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) Program of the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) is proud to partner with...
Research Advances in Autoimmunity, Cancer Immunotherapy and Transplantation
The purpose of this workshop is to highlight the use of experimental designs aimed at deciphering complex networks regulating...
The SPECT/CT scanner allows for functional and molecular imaging using gamma-emitting radiotracers. The CT subsystem of the SPECT/CT scanner generates high-resolution 3D X-ray images.
The PET/CT scanner allows for functional and molecular imaging using positron-emitting radiotracers. The CT subsystem of the PET/CT scanner generates high-resolution 3D X-ray images.
What if exercise could modulate energy balance via its action on nutritional profile?
Invited Speaker: MARIE-EVE MATHIEU, PHD
Need to fine-tune your academic c.v. and interview skills?
Advisors: Darlene Hnatchuk and Jillian Aucoin from CaPS (Career Planning service, McGill University)
The Third McGill Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Network Symposium will be held on November 13 at the Research Institute...
The neural basis of musical pleasure and anhedonia
The Visual Brain: Vision Neuroscience from Fruit Flies to Humans
Open House: We are pleased to invite you to visit our Small Animal Imaging Labs (SAIL) Platform. This Open House will be a great...
Assembly of motion-selective circuits in the retinas
Harnessing physiological signals to enhance the personhood of non-communicative individuals
Congratulations to BRaIN scientists Curtis Baker, Jesper Sjoström and Don van Meyel for...
Nida Haider was awarded an FRQS doctoral scholarship and RI-MUHC studentships to study the role of adaptor proteins in obesity and diabetes...
Irish Cystinosis in French Canada: Lost in Translation
Invited Speaker: PAUL GOODYER, MD
Developing Innovative Strategies to Recognize Cancer Predisposition Syndromes in Children with Cancer
Invited Speaker: CATHERINE GOUDIE, MD, FRCPC
The Surgical and Interventional Sciences (SIS) Program is unique in Canada. The program has a multidisciplinary culture in which more than 50 basic and clinical scientists work together with...
Traumatic Brain Injury in Toddlers: A focus on social skills and behaviour
Invited Speaker: MIRIAM BEAUCHAMP, PHD
Instrumented gait analysis in children with CP and how physical exercise can impact gait efficiency using adapted conventional exercise...
Vascular HealthA core of fundamental CHAL scientists investigates the cellular and molecular bases of hypercholesterolemia, atherosclerosis and vascular injury. Their expertise ranges from...
Deleterious genomic variants contribute to cryptogenic forms of cerebral palsy
Invited Speaker: MICHAEL C. KRUER, MD
Congratulations to Zhor Senhaji Mouhri (supervisor: Dr. Bertrand Jean-Claude), who successfully defended her...