Events

Margaret Moffat Research and Career Day--March 29th, 2011

The Margaret Moffat Research Day is an annual event intended to highlight the research of graduate students from departments within the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. As part of the Research Day, graduate students submit abstracts for a poster competition. The posters will be organized into broad categories for judging.

Judging will be done by groups of experts drawn from Schulich.

All undergraduate students are welcome to attend the event and see the exciting research currently being done by graduate students.

Event will be held at the Great Hall.

Call for Abstracts--Jan. 21st, 2011. 


EVENTS THIS WEEK


Jan. 17 - Recruitment Seminar Tier II Canada Research Chair in Biostatistics – “New tools for new technologies: Differential analysis of genome-scale sequencing data”
Jan. 17 - Physiology & Pharmacology Seminar Series - “Regeneration of blood vessels with form and function”
Jan. 18 - Global Health Discussion Forum: Jane Philpott, “Canadians engaging in Global Health - Why and How?” and Dale Guenter, “The Inner City as Global Health Venue,” Medical Sciences Building 190, 6 – 8 p.m.
Jan. 18 - Oncology Grand Rounds – “Dichloroacetic Acid in Breast Cancer: Exploring Apoptosis as a Mechanism of Action”
Jan. 18 - Recruitment Seminar Anatomy & Cell Biology – “Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of the Dissection Experience in Gross Anatomy”
Jan. 18 & 20 - Continuing Professional Development Free Workshop - “Word 2007, Level I”
Jan. 18 - Continuing Professional Development Free Workshop - “Implementing the New Schulich Mentorship Policy and Guidelines: A Workshop for Clinical Departments”
Jan. 18 - Continuing Professional Development Free Workshop - “Implementing the New Schulich Mentorship Policy and Guidelines: A Workshop for Dentistry & Basic Science Departments”
Jan 19 - Statistics and Data Series at Western – Guest Speaker
Jan. 20 - Robarts Seminar Series – “Acoustic Experience Alters How You See the World”
Jan. 20 - Infection & Immunity Seminar Series – “Imaging the Initiation of the CD8 T-cell Response to Virus”
Jan. 21 - Research Showcase for Biochemistry Students
Jan. 21 - Epidemiology & Biostatistics Seminar Series – “Brother can you spare a few million dimes?: A primer on grant-writing in the health sciences.”
Jan. 21 - Continuing Professional Development Free Workshop - “Principled Negotiation”

For more events please go to ThisWeek@Schulich


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