medicine

Unusual lung structures may raise risk of pulmonary disease

Published: 6Feb2018

The internal anatomy of our lungs is surprisingly variable, and some of those variations are associated with a greater risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a new study led by...

CBC | Medicine is a calling, not a business: Henry Mintzberg

Published: 5Feb2018

Henry Mintzberg says we need to approach challenges in the field of health care in a radically different way. CBC

Marguerite D’Youville Lecture in Science, Medicine, and Christianity

9Feb201818:00
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Are Science and Religion Compatible? Reflections of a Particle Physicist AARON DOMINGUEZ, Ph.D. Hosted at the McGill Newman Institute of Catholic Studies

Identification of a new gene causing scoliosis and bone malformations

Published: 2Nov2017

A unique collaboration among Shriners Hospital for Children – Canada, CHU Sainte-Justine and McGill University has enabled researchers to identify genetic mutations involved in a rare disease that...

New mechanism detected in Alzheimer’s disease

Published: 13Oct2017

By Chris Chipello McGill University researchers have discovered a cellular mechanism that may contribute to the breakdown of communication between neurons in Alzheimer’s disease.

Science Literacy Week @ McGill 2017

18Sep2017
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Science Literacy Week @ McGill is happening from September 18 to 24!

New network in medical physics

Published: 12Aug2013

A new network that is bringing together expertise from universities, government and industry is implementing a new vision for training the next generation of medical physicists. Ultrasounds, X-rays...

Un regard sur l'avenir de la médecine personnalisée, 11:30

30Jul201511:30
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Un regard sur l'avenir / Researching the Future/canal-savoirCategory: Canal Savoir broadcast schedule

Understanding bone death

Published: 13Jul2016

McGill Newsroom...

Early life adversity affects broad regions of brain DNA

Published: 10Oct2012

Early life experience results in a broad change in the way our DNA is “epigenetically” chemically marked in the brain by a coat of small chemicals called methyl groups, according to researchers at...

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