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And the award goes to…

Presided over by Dr. Eduardo Franco, Director of the Bronfman Centre and Chair of McGill’s Oncology Department, the awards ceremony held during the 3rd Annual Symposium of the Gerald Bronfman Centre for Clinical Research in Oncology featured winners in three categories: teaching and mentorship, research and clinical service, and academic, clinical and research support, as well as two lifetime achievement awards. Read more ►
 

New direction for McGill’s Global Health Programs

The paradigm for global health is shifting away from a service-based model towards a multidisciplinary approach that will have a long-term impact towards reducing health disparities in populations worldwide. Read more ►
 

McGill University celebrates stem cells

The year 1953 was an exceptional year for science. In the same year that Watson and Crick identified the double helix as the structure of DNA, Drs. C.P. Leblond and Yves Clermont of McGill University published their own seminal paper that first identified the stem cell renewal theory. Sixty years after the landmark discovery, Dr. Clermont was honoured by McGill on October 18, 2013, as the histology laboratory located in the Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry building was renamed in his honour. Read more ►
 

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The coming of age of the rehabilitation sciences

On November 28, Canada’s very first physiotherapist to earn a PhD, Dr. Carol Richards, came home to McGill to deliver the fourth annual Edith Aston-McCrimmon Lectureship. The event, held by the School of Physical & Occupational Therapy, brings together students, clinicians, educators, donors and alumni in honour of former Professor Aston-McCrimmon’s vision and pioneering work. Read more ►
 

3rd Annual Symposium of the Gerald Bronfman Centre for Clinical Research in Oncology

The Bronfman Centre’s annual symposium on the benefits of psychosocial oncology, including mindfulness-based cancer recovery, optimizing cancer care and managing distress across the cancer trajectory. Read more ►
 

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