Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events
Zhang's Lab
March 22, 2018 9:30 a.m.
Goodman Cancer Centre, Room 601
Kiran Bali, PhD
Heidelberg University
Non-coding RNA based therapeutics and their future perspectives in chronic pain
March 23, 2018 10:00 a.m.
2001 McGill Colllege, Room 102
Maryse Fortin, PhD,
Concordia's PERFORM Centre
Quantification of paraspinal muscle composition from MRI images and LBP prevalence
March 28, 2018 4:00 p.m.
MGH, Room A5-131
Stephanie Koch, MSc, PhD
University College London
Touch and pain: How inhibition shapes what we feel.
April 9, 2018 1:00 p.m.
2001 McGill Colllege, Room 102
Massimo Allegri, PhD
University of Parma
Clinical translational research about acute and chronic pain syndromes performed on large clinical trials
April 12, 2018 9:00 a.m.
2001 McGill Colllege, Room 102
Featured Events
Featured Events
May 22 2018, to May 25, 2018
Hotel Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec
39th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society
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17th World Congress on Pain
Sep 12 2018, to Sep 16, 2018
Boston Convention and Exhibition Centre, Boston, MA
The preeminent global meeting devoted to sharing new developments in pain research, treatment, and education organized by the International Association for the Study of Pain.
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In order to obtain and maintain access and use of the AECRP core lab facilities, the following required documents must be presented to the facilities research coordinator prior to any booking of use. Access will then be granted pending a review by the operations committee.

Required Documents:

  • A completed AECRP Core Facilities user application and facilities orientation: LabApplication FORM
  • A full ethics protocol including all amendments pertaining to all experiments to be conducted within the AECRP.

Investigators are expected to ensure that:

  1. You and your staff are currently approved to conduct experimentation in our facilities
  2. All individuals that will be conducting experiments are included in the protocol
  3. The protocol in question is active for the duration of the proposed term of use in our facilities

Additional Required Documents (Clinical Testing Suite):

Additional Required Documents (Wet Lab Facilities):

Additional Required Documents (Pre-Clinical Testing & Surgical Suites):

If the project will utilize the Genome Building Animal Facility, the following is also required:

  • Documentation that the Protocol includes approval for housing in the Genome building
  • A Photocopy of the application form for the animal housing facilities here at the Genome building indicating that you have taken the orientation session as required (please note this is separate from orientations of other animal housing facilities at McGill). For orientation please contact the Facility Manager Francine Tremblay-Piccioni francine.tremblay-piccioni@mcgill.ca
  • Forms for users of the Genome Building Animal Facility:

Once all the above documents have been received and verified to be in up-to-date good standing, the project as proposed along with the ethics protocols will be reviewed by the operations committee. Once approved, full access will be granted to individuals attached to the project as long as all pertinent certifications are valid.

It is the user's responsibility to report and submit a hard copy of all protocol amendments to Grace Krawec . Failure to maintain certifications or adhere to submitted protocols will be grounds for suspension of facility access.

If there are any questions or comments please feel free to contact the AECRP Core Researcg Technician, Grace Krawec by phone 514.398.7203 ext. 09254 or e-mail: grace.krawec@mcgill.ca