The ideal candidate will be a clinician-scientist with strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills. The incumbent will also have a demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive working relationships.
This position entails a time commitment of 1.5 days per week.
Interested candidates should submit their c.v. and letter of interest to Dr. Aalamian at adpgme.med [at] mcgill.ca no later than April 30, 2018.
Invitation numéro special/Invitation special issue: “Frontiers in Psychiatry” sur le thème/on the topic: “Community-Based Outreach Treatment for Addictions and Concomitant Disorders: Time for a Change of Paradigm”
“With an Impact Factor of 3.532, Frontiers in Psychiatry is the 5th most cited open-access journal in Psychiatry”.
Congratulations to Jay Olson, Psychiatry PhD candidate, winner of this year's McGill 3MT competition!
It is with great sadness that I am writing to inform you that our colleague and friend Fiona Key left us on Sunday morning, March 4th.
Fiona was born in Glasgow, Scotland and came to the Children's in 1976 as a trained pediatrician for her fellowship in Pediatrics. It is here that she came in contact with Child Psychiatry and she decided to change career plans.
Fiona was a rock of our Department where she served patients and their families with passion and dedication.
McGill MedStar Program (September—December 2017)
Marie-Helene Doucet, PhD candidate, Understanding the motivations of healthcare providers in performing female genital multilation: an integrative review of the literature
Eszter Szekely, Postdoc, Defining the neural substrate of the Adult Outcome of Childhood ADHD: A Multimodal Neuroimaging Study of Response Inhibition
Leonora King, PhD Candidate, Perinatal depression and DNA methylation of oxytocin-related genes: a study of mothers and their children
A new experiment on the healing power of suggestion and placebo neuroscience by Prof Samuel Veissière, PhD and Jay Olson, MSc (Department of Psychiatry) is featured in Season 2 of the popular science series Mind Field.
To watch the trailer, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDCcuCHOIyY
The full video can be purchased through the trailer.
To watch this year's 2017 Departmental Day on Cannabis in Canada: What do we know? What can we expect? please visit: https://youtu.be/8VDUSl883hA
To read more, please go to: http://publications.mcgill.ca/reporter/2017/12/cannabis-in-canada-what-do-we-know-what-can-we-expect/
Congratulations to all the students who received a Graduate Excellence Fellowship in Mental Health Research.
Dear Residents and Faculty,
On behalf of the Postgraduate Residency Training Program and the Department of Psychiatry, we would like to congratulate all the winners of the 2017 Annual Awards Night.
Dr. Leon Tourian
Psychiatry Residency Program
Awards night 2017
Best Role Model
Une des plus grandes banques de cerveaux humains au monde se trouve à Montréal. Des chercheurs des quatre coins de la planète ont recourt à ses services pour analyser des échantillons prélevés sur plus de 3000 spécimens. On est allés rencontrer le psychiatre Gustavo Turecki de la Banque Douglas-Bell Canada pour visiter les laboratoires et en apprendre plus sur ses études sur le suicide et la dépression.