Student Research

Creating more accurate and realistic spine surgery simulation models

Before performing procedures, surgeons must receive step-by-step training. The traditional method, “See One, Do One, Teach One,” asks trainees in surgical residency to repeat after their instructors. To gain experience, these trainees often practice their surgical skills on cadavers. Due to the high cost of cadavers and limited availability of[Read More…]

Making soup with methane, vitamin D, mRNA, and shellfish waste

The 35th semesterly Soup & Science was one for the books, with top-notch student and professor research presentations accompanied by delectable soup. The McGill Tribune  brings you the presentations we liked best for a little taste of the event. Improving mRNA resilience by combining it with other molecules  U4 chemistry[Read More…]

NeuroLingo breaks down neuroscience jargon during TED-talk-like event

On Nov. 26, NeuroLingo hosted a free public neuroscience event during which researchers shared their ongoing projects. Founded in January 2020 by four graduate students in McGill’s Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN), NeuroLingo is a neuroscience outreach initiative with the goal of demystifying complex topics in neuroscience. The six speakers[Read More…]

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