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Principles of Clinical Research (November 9-10, 2019)

Clinical studies are the foundation of evidence-based medicine and are critical for developing management strategies to improve outcomes for patients.

RI-MUHC trainee finishes in first cohort of the Life Sciences Entrepreneurship Development Program

Christina Mastromonaco, PhD student in the Cancer Research Program, is propelled into the world of start-ups!

Symposium: 40 Years of Academic Medical Physics at McGill (November 7, 2019)

Celebrated in Conjunction with the International Day of Medical Physics

Society for Neuroscience honours RI-MUHC employee for linking neuroscience to art

Cristian Zaelzer-Perez is co-recipient of the Science Education Award at Neuroscience 2019

Our Canadian Women Leaders in Global Health: Face to face with three extraordinary RI-MUHC scientists

Monday, February 11 is International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Three RI-MUHC members named in the first-ever List of Canadian women leaders in global health

On November 20, the Canadian Society for International Health released its first Canadian...

Interview with Dr. Rima Rozen

Genetics has exploded in the last few decades and I've been part of that evolution. When I first trained, it was all about biochemistry and metabolites. Then we moved on to chromosomes,...

Interview with Dr. Stéphane Laporte

Professor Stéphane Laporte's career as a pharmacologist has been, to say the least, extremely successful. He trained as a PhD student at the Université de Sherbrooke, Quebec, and then as a...

Interview with Dr. Don Sheppard

Touching down in Frankfurt en route to Beirut to deliver a lecture on human fungal disease, Dr. Don Sheppard willingly makes time to share...

Interview with Dr. Salvatore Carbonetto

Since Neuroscientist Dr. Salvatore Carbonetto discovered it in 1988, more than 1,000 scientific papers have been published on dystroglycan, a molecule responsible for cell...

Research trainee Jenna Wong uses big data to answer big questions about health

Few doctoral students get to see one of their research papers covered by dozens of media outlets. However, when epidemiology student...

Doctoral student Necola Guerrina: Connecting basic respiratory research with clinical needs

Necola Guerrina is unlikely to become the stereotypical solitary scientist. This doctoral student in pathology has a talent for communication and collaboration...

Interview with Dr. Isabel Fortier

When I was little, I was fascinated by the way the human body works. Later I decided to study biology to find out more about it, and I went into epidemiology for my doctorate...

Interview with Dr. Isabelle Gagnon

FACE TO FACE with Dr. Isabelle Gagnon, a researcher who goes beyond borders to better understand childhood concussion...

Interview with Dr. Barry Bedell

FACE TO FACE with Dr. Barry Bedell: A multimodal vision for the SAIL Platform

Talking open science with Dr. Nitika Pant Pai

Dr. Nitika Pant Pai answers questions about her work with ScienceOpen and how it can benefit researchers and, ultimately, patients

Focus on McGill Nursing Faculty: Christine Maheu shares her passion for cancer survivorship care and research

“My research is focused on programs to help cancer survivors cope with uncertainty and fear of recurrence along with support in the return to work”

Recognizing children’s voices: nursing professor and researcher Franco Carnevale on his experiences as an RN and childhood ethicist

Child health is a major area of focus for many faculty members and researchers at McGill’s Ingram School of Nursing. Among them is...