January 2012

Taking the helm as Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of Medicine is a golden opportunity for me to try and give back to a community that has given so much to me. As someone who entered the Faculty directly from CEGEP and who has spent almost his entire career here, I feel extremely proud of this place and relish every challenge that I’ve had the honour to take on. Read more


January 2012

Prendre la barre à titre de vice-principal (santé et affaires médicales) et de doyen de la Faculté de médecine me donne une occasion en or de rendre à la communauté mcgilloise les innombrables bienfaits que j’y ai reçus. Je suis très fier de cette institution et j’apprécie tous les défis que j’ai eu l’honneur d’y relever…Lisez la suite


December 2011

A great place to find out was the Montreal Neurological Institute’s Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre, November 21, when Simon Sutcliffe delivered his lecture, Cancer Control – Life and Death in an Unequal World. Read more


December 2011

À quoi pouvons-nous nous attendre dans le cadre de la lutte mondiale contre le cancer? Le 21 novembre, l’Amphithéâtre Jeanne Timmins de l’Institut neurologique de Montréal était un excellent endroit pour le découvrir. Lire la suite


November 2011

Principal Heather Munroe-Blum announced on October 12, 2011, that the Board of Governors of McGill University has approved the appointment of one of McGill’s own leading clinicians, medical researchers and administrators, David H. Eidelman, as Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of Medicine. Read more


November 2011

If medicine is both an art and a science, it is Tom Hutchinson’s contention that the art was too often ignored in the 20th century. But in the 21st century, the art is making a comeback. Read more


November 2011

Si la médecine est à la fois un art et une science, Tom Hutchinson soutient que l’art a été trop souvent ignoré au cours du XXe siècle. Toutefois, au cours du XXIe siècle, l’art effectue un retour. Lisez la suite


October 2011

Homecoming 2011 is a milestone to celebrate 190 years of McGill history. It’s also an opportunity to be among thousands of graduates who will reconnect with former classmates on the campus where friendships were born, knowledge was acquired and lasting memories were made. This year, the Medicine Class of 1961 celebrates its 50th anniversary, and seven other reunion classes join them for the festivities, October 13-15. Read more


October 2011

Kicking off on Friday, October 14, 2011 with the C.P Leblond Celebratory Symposium, this year’s Homecoming events include the Annual Dean’s Reception & Special Medical Seminar on Bringing medicine into the 21st century. Please join us!
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August 2011

It is 1957. Charles Scriver is a resident at the Children’s Medical Center at Harvard. A woman brings in her four-month old daughter who is having seizures that do not respond to epilepsy medication. The distraught woman says tearfully, “It’s happening again.” Read more