Alzheimer’s research at McGill: Milestone anniversary prompts walk down memory lane


“Thirty years ago, aging research was not sexy,” says Dr. Serge Gauthier. He is speaking to Medicine Focus from a cozy office in the Victorian house, on the green lawns of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Verdun, that is home to the McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
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Moving on up: The Ingram School of Nursing to celebrate 100th anniversary in new offices

A century’s worth of leadership, progress and advancements in nursing education is a major achievement by most standards. Such is the case for the Ingram School of Nursing, which continues to flourish since its inception in 1920, offering students the chance to discover the many exciting and rewarding opportunities the profession has to offer. The School’s expansion continues, literally, with a major move into 680 Sherbrooke St. West, planned for August 2017, in anticipation of its 100th anniversary.
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Wellness at the wheel

Can the University make it easier for medical students and residents to exercise? Without a doubt, says Stella Miller, Postgraduate Medical Education Wellness Consultant, the WELL Office, who, with colleague, Louise Lockhart, Nurse, Student Health Services (pictured) is launching Spin Bike Gardens, a new network of exercise bike stations in accessible locations on campus.
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Nurses: Thinking of a PhD?

Please join us for an information session on doctoral studies in Nursing at McGill.
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Sneak peek at medical simulation renos

“This is the place to make mistakes,” says Philippe Legault, Manager of Operations at the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning.
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9 ways to thrive at medical school: McGill residents share top tips


Medicine students and alumni, what do you wish you had known in Med-1?
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Putting it all together in Med-4

When the Medicine Class of 2017 arrived for Orientation three years ago, they learned that they were to be pioneers: the first cohort to experience the new MDCM curriculum, Patient at heart, Science in hand, the result of one of the most significant curricular reviews in the Faculty’s history. Throughout, the Class has proposed ways to make the new program—which has received an outpouring of support from our MDCM alumni—even stronger.
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Who is this person? Quiz


In Barbara Logan Tunis’ In Caps and Gowns, one student from the early ’30s sings her praises: “During these years of great financial crisis, [this person’s] pioneer spirit carried the day in the classroom.” …
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New Doehring Memorial Lecture a “fall treat” for SCSD students

A new tradition has been created in memory of the founding director of the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Donald Doehring.
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Whet your appetite for Homecoming 2017

“This is going to be a good food weekend fo sho,” wrote Jason Chan, BSc, MDCM’11, on Instagram in October. “We are in Montreal for Homecoming weekend and hitting up all our favorite places. #kazu #porkbowl #chirachi #montreal #mcgillalumni.”
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