A public forum to empower patients, caregivers and families dealing with cancer. Lectures cover advances in cancer research, complex cancer diseases, novel treatments and best practices in patient care management.
An interactive speaker series featuring current and past Gairdner Award winners. The Gairdner Foundation celebrates biomedical science research from coast to coast and prides itself on giving Canadians access to scientists from around the world.
Established in 1935 to honor the legacy of British neurologist John Hughlings Jackson (1835-1911), who pioneered the development of neurology as a medical specialty, this is the Montreal Neurological Institute’s premier scientific lecture.
Together with her husband, Dorothy J. Killam made immense contributions to Canadian education and science. Established in her honour in 2004, this lecture recognizes inspiring and influential women in business, science, politics or the humanities.
Held in honor of Dalbir Bindra (1922-1980), neuropsychologist and well-respected professor in McGill’s psychology department, this lecture features speakers in psychology, neuroscience and behavioral science.
Professors in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health share insights on topics like evaluating medications, changing childbirth practices, and the role of epidemiologists.
Community Engagement Days (CED) celebrate existing connections between McGill and Monreal and promote new opportunities for community service in Montreal neighbourhoods, groups and social organizations.