Dr. Baglole, of the McGill Research Centre for Cannabis, ensures that cannabis-related research continues.
View her faculty profile here: Carolyn Baglole, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, McGill Universiy
Research Theme: Cellular and molecular signalling pathways which regulate chronic lung disease caused by cigarette smoke
Keywords: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease • toxicology • cigarette smoke • inflammation • lungs • cannabis
View Carolyn Baglole’s recent posts and news below.
McGill Research Centre for Cannabis, led by Dr. Carolyn Baglole, establishes a CBD Research Partnership Fund with AQIC
Dr. Carolyn Baglole on how legalization of cannabis had a positive impact on research.
Dr. Carolyn Baglole received a CIHR catalyst grant from the recent Health Effects of Vaping competition
Congrats to Ines Levade, Daniella Massierer, Hussein Traboulsi, Wided Akik, Saad Razzaq, Emily Wilson for their 2020-2021 QRHN awards
Congrats to all who received FRQS salary awards from the 2020-2021 competition!
Congratulations to those that received funding from the latest NSERC Discovery Grants Program
Congratulations to all Meakins and RECRU members who were funded in the Fall 2019 Project Grant Competition!
Carolyn Baglole receives QRHN funding for project entitled “Evaluate the Epigenetic Lung Effects of Vaping”
The new McGill Research Centre for Cannabis held its inaugural Science and Research Day on Thursday, October 17, 2019, at the RI-MUHC