Professor William Foulkes awarded 2020 Wilder-Penfield Prize for research in the genetics of breast and ovarian cancer, helped in part by Quebec’s ‘founder effect’.

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Earlier today, the Quebec government announced the winners of its annual Prix du Quebec competition, a series of 15 awards in science and culture. Among them was Professor William Foulkes. Get the full story.


Gustavo Turecki awarded BBRF Outstanding Achievement Prize

Gustavo Turecki, Director of the McGill Group for Suicide Studies,has been named one of seven recipients of a 2020 Outstanding Achievement Prize in Mental Health, as awaded by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, the world’s largest private funder of mental health research grants. Get the full story.


Child Health and Human Development (CHHD) 6th Annual Research Day awardees list


HGSS Presents: Dr. Douglas Ruderfer, “Insights from structural variation for personalised medicine”.

HGSS will be hosting a talk by Dr Douglas Ruderfer,  Assistant Professor in the Division of Genetic Medicine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN, on Thursday, December 3rd, 2020, at 1 PM EST. The talk will be 45 minutes long and there will be a 15 min Q&A period at the end.

Registration is required and the Zoom link will only be sent to those who have registered. Please register using the following form: https://forms.gle/QtxrWuRG42vVEEL27 .

If you want to know more about Dr Ruderfer’s work, check out his website: https://ruderferlab.org/ 


Killam Seminar Series: Molecular Biology of the Fragile X Syndrome, Speaker: Joel Richter, Ph.D.

Supported by the generosity of the Killam Trusts, The Neuro’s Killam Seminar series hosts outstanding guest speakers whose research is of interest to the scientific community at The Neuro and McGill University.


Dr. Vincent Mooser & Dr. Brent Richards: New biobank breaks down barriers to yield results in record time


Neuro Event: December 7, 11 AM – The Wilder Penfield Lecture “From the genetic dissection of auditory cellular and molecular mechanisms to hearing restoration”.

Speaker: Dr Christine Petit

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