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  • The Douglas Foundation launches a mental illness awareness campaign on social media

    The Douglas Mental Health University Institute Foundation is launching a video campaign that can be personalized and shared on social media in order to raise awareness about mental illness and encourage donations.

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  • McGill alumnus Victor J. Dzau, M.D., to be next Institute of Medicine President

    Victor J. Dzau, currently chancellor for health affairs at Duke University, president and CEO for Duke University Health System and James B. Duke Professor of Medicine, will succeed Harvey V. Fineberg. Dzau’s six-year term will begin July 1, 2014.

  • What if the brain has more than one kind of memory?

    Professor Brenda Milner recently received the prestigious Dan David Prize for her immense contributions to memory research. Congratulations, Professor Milner. McGill and the Neuro are very proud of you.

  • McGill researcher wins Wolf Prize

    Prof. Nahum Sonenberg has been announced as a co-winner of Israel’s prestigious Wolf Prize. His transformative research has helped shed light on the mechanisms behind diseases like diabetes, hepatitis C, poliovirus and cancer.

  • Introducing our new MDCM program

    The class of 2017 represents the first cohort of students to experience McGill’s newly revamped MDCM program. Learn more about the new program, developed to embody the concept of Patient at Heart, Science in Hand.

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  • McGill academic health network affirms belief in freedom to express faith

    In the context of the proposed Charter of Quebec Values and its proposal related to the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols by state employees...

  • Rossy Cancer Network e-newsletter

    Read about the eight initial patient engagement initiatives the RCN has launched. Find out about the collaborative effort that is leading us to the creation of the network’s balanced scorecard. Learn about the work being done to harmonize and optimize care

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  • Our roots, our community, McGill and Quebec

    McGill University and Montreal have grown up together. Today, McGill, one of the largest research universities in the world, is a key player in building prosperity and innovation in Quebec.

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The McGill Faculty of Medicine is home to an exceptional community of health science professionals, students and support staff, whose mission it is to improve the health of Quebecers and all of society. Not only has the Faculty taught thousands of doctors, it has also trained generations of nurses, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists, as well as researchers who are defining new paradigms for health and well-being in this century.


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