Take advantage of the vast MRM Trainee community with this dedicated discussion platform! Have a question about your protocol? Want to discuss a specific paper? Ask away!

How does it work?

This discussion platform is reserved for MRM Trainees. You will need to log in with your MRM ID to access the forum. Don’t have one yet? No problem, just follow the 2 steps below.

Step 1: Create your MRM ID

Create your McGill ID to get access to the website features that are reserved for MRM members. Please use the same email address you have used to register as an MRM member (McGill address).

You will receive an email to confirm your MRM ID after verification of your eligibility. Please note that confirmation can take a few days as it is not automated.

Create your MRM ID

Step 2: Join the Forum

Once logged in, you can access the Forum and post on one of the open topics or even create a new topic! You can ask a question about your protocol, discuss a recent publication, or share your tips about grad school…

The Forum is moderated by members of the MRM Network’s team. We reserve the right to delete postings not following the guidelines specified below, as well as deleting the access of anyone not respecting these rules.

Join the Forum


Forum guidelines

  1. No spam. All automated messages, advertisements, and links to promotional websites will be deleted.
  2. Post in relevant topics only. Messages posted in the wrong topic area will be removed and placed in the correct topic by moderators.
  3. Respect other users. No inflammatory, harassing or abusive comments will be allowed in this forum. Comments deemed improper will be immediately deleted and any users posting them will have their access to the forum revoked.
  4. This forum is dedicated to the MRM Trainees community. Comments should relate to research in regenerative medicine or student life. We reserve the right to delete comments that are deemed irrelevant.

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