The latest in McGill research news.
A summary of recent McGill research news: Rapid flu tests, coastal drinking water and climate change, neuron memory and chronic pain, and the brain’s response to rhythm.
A McGill researcher is one of the leaders of a new global health research project seeking to approach the problem of health inequities using child labour as the entry point. Dr. Anne Andermann is one of the two principal investigators in a project attempting to use primary health care to break the cycle of entrenched, multi-generational health inequities by developing interventions to tackle child labour and promote childhood development.
McGill research news update: New guidelines for treating Juvenile Arthritis, finding hope in the headlines, management study preaches value of moderation, plus some explosive geological news.
McGill research news: Weather disasters may help rural poor; New Quebec-China alliance looks at male infertility; Disguising red blood cells may get around blood typing; and a new tool in the fight against TB. Read on to learn more.
Evolutionary psychologists believe it is useful to look at innate reflexes in order to better understand societal trends and personal behaviour. Frank Kachanoff, an undergraduate student in the Dept. of Psychology, was curious about the link between meat and aggression.
Hypertension and smoking were found to increase arterial stiffness independently of each other, according to research published by Dr. Stella Daskalopoulou and Dr. Robert J. Doonan of the Department of Medicine.
First published results from the Large Hadron Collider Dr. Andreas Warburton of the Department of Physics made leading contributions to the analysis of data from the ATLAS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, and his findings, the first to come from the experiments, were published in the journal Physical Review Letters on Oct. 11. Warburton [...]
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