As part of the live@CIRMMT series CIRMMT in collaboration with Fondation Arte Musica presents Ear Witness. Renowned Canadian pianist Eve Egoyan has collaborated with virtuosos of sound and image Nicole Lizée and John Oswald to create 'Ear
Terrance P. Snutch, PhD, DSc(h.c.), FRSC, FCAHS "Targeting Ion Channel Hyperexcitability Towards Understanding CNS Disorders"
Title: Targeting Ion Channel Hyperexcitability Towards Understanding CNS Disorders
Terrance P. Snutch Biotechnology and Genomics-Neurobiology Translational Neuroscience Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health
Want to meet new people, talk about ideas and issues in grad school, and enhance your graduate experience? The “Grad Connect Cafés”, are a series of monthly 90 minute roundtable discussions for graduate students early in their academic career. This series, co-hosted by CL&E (Campus Life and Engagement), and CaPS (Career Planning Service), aims to provide a forum for meaningful dialogue on issues beyond academics that are known to impact success in graduate school. Although you can register for each café individually, students are encourage to come regularly and connect!
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Department of Family Medicine. From a handful of graduates some 40 years ago, Family Medicine is now the biggest department within the l Faculty of Medicine.