Shuttling craftily between gigs in his native Montreal, William Shatner was transported to a McGill breakfast with alumni last Saturday morning with more than 250 graduates and friends, all eager to ‘cling on’ to his reminiscences about life, acting, Star Trek, his formative years at McGill, and the lost art of garlic spare ribs.
The Canadian research team that helped spearhead the international brain-mapping project known as BigBrain is about to get a major boost in its effort to produce sharply higher-resolution brain maps, thanks to technology from EMC Corporation.
Les technologies novatrices d’EMC Corporation permettront à l’équipe canadienne de chercheurs ayant participé au projet international de cartographie cérébrale BigBrain d’intensifier ses efforts visant à mettre au point des cartes du cerveau dotées d’une résolution inégalée.
L’Université McGill est fière d’accueillir le 85e Congrès annuel de l’Association francophone pour le savoir – Acfas sur son campus situé au cœur du centre-ville de Montréal du 8 au 12 mai 2017.
The tenure application process is long and rigorous – and for 44 assistant professors and seven assistant librarians, all that work just paid off.
McGill is taking another step toward having a Sexual Violence Policy in place by the end of the calendar year, an objective Provost and Vice-Principal Academic Christopher Manfredi announced at Senate and Board of Governors last month.
In advance of the May 4, In Her Own Words event, the Reporter spoke to McGill’s Antonia Maioni, Brigitte Kieffer and Ghyslaine McClure about their careers in academia.
Since it opened in 1999, the award-winning McGill University Sexual Identity Centre of the MUHC is the only psychiatric clinic in Quebec that offers a wide range of specialized psychotherapy services tailored to lesbians, gays, bisexuals, trans and queer people (LGBTQ). Members of the LGBTQ community come to the clinic to get help dealing with sexual identity issues and the mental suffering caused by discrimination.
On March 22, McGill female graduate students from the Goodman Cancer Research Centre hosted the third annual Young Women in Bio (YWIB) event – an initiative designed to introduce young women to careers in science. YWIB is an organization of professional women at all stages in their careers in the field of science, with the purpose of inspiring and empowering young women to reach the highest levels of leadership.
Le 15 mars, cinquante élèves d’écoles secondaires de Montréal ont activé leurs neurones et synapses lors du concours Cerveau en herbe/Brain Bee. Les jeunes devaient répondre à des questions sur… les neurones et les synapses lors de l’événement d’une journée, qui est aussi une occasion d’apprentissage, à l’Institut et hôpital de neurologiques Montréal.