McGill University Cardiology Division
Welcome to the McGill Cardiology Website.
McGill University is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Cardiology Division has members at several adult hospitals in the city and links to a pediatric hospital as well. The main sites are the McGill University Health Centre (Montreal General, Lachine General and Royal Victoria sites, Montreal Children's Hospital) and the Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital. Affiliated centres are St. Mary's Hospital Centre and Lakeshore General Hospital. The McGill RUIS covers much of the western portion of Quebec and extends to the Far North. Links to other regional centres are being expanded.
May- June 2014
May it be spring! May the Habs win. Bring on the end of the academic year.
American Society of Echo 25th Annual Scientific Sessions, June 21-24, 2014, Portland, OR www.asecho.org
MUHC Cardiology Divisional Meetings
October 18, 2013 5-6:30 PM RVH M3.30
November 6, 2013 5-6:30PM MGH D6.190
January 15, 2014 5-6:30 PM RVH A1.04
March 19, 2014 5-6:30PM MGH D6.190
May 14, 2014 5-6:30 PM RVH A1.04
René Robaire Memorial Lecture Series in Cardiovascular Research
N. A. Mark Estes III MD
Professor of Medicine,
Tufts University School of Medicine
Director, New England Cardiac Arrhythmia Center, Tufts Medical Center
Atrial Fibrillation: Is the Paradigm Shifting?Thursday, May 29, 2014
Royal Victoria Hospital JSL Browne Amphitheatre Room M3.01
Lucian Awards- This year we will have the pleasure of two award winners. Dr. Garret Fitzgerald (University of Pennsylvania- Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics), the 2012winner will give his Lucian Talk on Thursday May 8th, 2014 while the 2013 winner, Dr. David Ginsburg (University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute) will talk during the McGill Cardiovascular Research Day on May 5th, 2014. Dr. Fitzgerald is known for his work on the role of prostaglandins in cardiovascular disease while Dr. Ginsburg has contributed to the understanding of Von Willebrand factor and cellular protein processing.
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The Internet is now so engrained in our daily personal and professional lives, it is difficult to remember how we lived without it. More and more, our work activities are online and we are always available via smartphone or tablet or computer. Below are a few useful McGill and Canadian links for your daily medical lives.