• Fall/Winter 2015

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    A bold experiment in open science

    A bold experiment in open science

    Montreal Neurological Institute director Guy Rouleau says neuroscience isn’t progressing quickly enough. The Neuro is shaking things up by making its research data widely available.

    Reviews

    In defence of psychiatry

    In defence of psychiatry

    In his new best-selling book How Can I Help?, David Goldbloom, MDCM’81, DipPsych’85, offers an inside look at the world of psychiatry and tries to puncture a few myths along the way.

    Alumni Profiles

    The sweet taste of success

    The sweet taste of success

    Who doesn’t love chocolate? Juliette Brun, BA’02, certainly does. She has taken that passion and transformed it into the popular chocolate specialty chain Juliette & Chocolat.

    Questions & Answers

    Research network focuses on kids with brain-based disabilities

    Research network focuses on kids with brain-based disabilities

    Children with conditions such as cerebral palsy and autism have an important new ally in CHILD-BRIGHT.

    Discovery

    Treating trauma on a city-wide scale

    Treating trauma on a city-wide scale

    Alain Brunet has pioneered an effective new treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. He is introducing it to Paris, a city still recovering from devastating terrorist attacks.

    Behind the Headlines

    How AlphaGo (and two McGillians) made AI history

    How AlphaGo (and two McGillians) made AI history

    The computer program AlphaGo‘s recent win over top Go player Lee Sedol made international headlines. Meet the two McGill grads who helped AlphaGo make history.