The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital is embarking on a journey to become the first Open Science Institute in the world. The objective is to expand the impact of brain research and accelerate the discovery of groundbreaking therapies to treat patients suffering from a wide range of devastating neurological diseases.
The Faculty of Medicine’s Dr. Sarkis Meterissian, Dr. Laurie Plotnick and Pr. David Ragsdale were each selected as 2017 Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME) Certificate of Merit award winners.
With typical symptoms that include tremor, rigidity and gait dysfunction, mood and sleep disorders, and cognitive degeneration, about 100,000 Canadians suffer from Parkinson’s Disease (PD). The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital is recognized worldwide for its research and clinical expertise in PD.
Important step for future physical and occupational therapists
The School of Physical and Occupational Therapy’s annual name-tag ceremony is an important milestone for third-year students in their paths from undergraduate studies to the beginning of their clinical fieldwork, before many go on to graduate studies. Read More
Students strut the runway to raise awareness of eating disorders
McGill Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry students recently took to the runway as part of their annual fashion show that raises awareness and money for eating disorders.
As Montreal celebrates its 375th anniversary in 2017, read how McGill’s Faculty of Medicine has contributed historically to the city, benefiting members of the community, beginning with the origins of the Faculty itself.