Speaker: Ingmar Blümcke
Professor of Neuropathology
University of Erlangen
Host: Andrea Bernasconi
Speaker: Hideto Takahashi
Institut de Recherches Cliniques de Montreal
Host: Tim Kennedy
MNI Killam Series:Functional Significance of Primary Sensory Neurons Diversity: A Focus on Chronic Pain
Speaker: Aziz Moqrich
Aix-Marseille University and CNRS
Host: Philippe Séguéa
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Global Health Seminar Series
The Global Epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes in the South Asian Diaspora
Sonia Anand, MD, PhD
Date: 12 January 2015, 4:00-5:00 pm
Special Workshop: Impact Evaluation for Public Health Professionals - Methods, Examples and Future Opportunities
In this session, Professor Colford will discuss a variety of study designs and methods employed by epidemiologists, economists, and public policy investigators to generate evidence through “Impact Evaluations” of public health programs; the focus will be on programs related to global health and development. The underlying principles will be illustrated with detailed examples employing cluster randomized trials, matched cohorts, regression discontinuity, and stepped wedge designs. The role of (and adjustment for) participant compliance will be highlighted with a discussion of a p
[McGill Dobson Cup Start-UP Competition, Second Place Winner in For Profit track: LifePack is a light-weight, powerfully insulating, environmentally-friendly shipping container for temperature sensitive medical materials. Compared to current shipping methods, LifePak reduces packaging waste by 50% and shipping costs by up to 35%.]
Institute for Neuroscience
Technische Universität München
On May 28 to 30, 2014, Canada made a committment of $3.5 billion to improve the health of mothers and children for the period of 2015–2020 to end the preventable deaths of mothers, newborn and children younger than age five. These efforts are threefold, focused on strengthening health systems, reducing the burden of leading diseases, and improving nutrition.
Are you interested in teaching at a CEGEP? Attend this panel discussion to hear what recruiters, professors and administrators from CEGEP's have to say about current trends in the labour market for teachers, what CEGEP's look for in new teachers, how teachers are evaluated and how the interview process works.