The conference will explore ways to address key priorities and linkages in line with its theme, “Health security through healthy environments.” It will review existing mechanisms and opportunities to address environmental challenges facing Africa. An agreement on specific actions required for changes in institutional arrangements and investment frameworks will be discussed.
Research part of efforts to help Canada mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change
Nicholas Kasirer, Dean of the Faculty of Law, will give his annual welcome address to newly admitted law students.
Faculty members, staff and returning graduate students of the Faculty of Law are invited to meet our newly admitted master's and doctoral students over breakfast. Associate Dean Shauna Van Praagh will speak a word of welcome at 10 a.m.
Friends and colleagues will celebrate Brenda Milner’s career accomplishments with a symposium in her honour at the MNI on September 22, 2008. This symposium, marks Dr. Milner’s 90th birthday (July 15, 2008) and highlights her central role in establishing this important field of neuroscience. All are welcome to attend the Brenda Milner Symposium.
Deadline for students to submit application for The Winter 2009 Practicum (GLIS 699). The admission form and supporting documentation must be submitted to Ancy Joseph, Graduate Secretary.
Jean-Pierre Julien, PhD, Canada Research Chair in Neurodegeneration, University of Laval.
Denis Paré, PhD., Centre for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University.
G Proteins Target the Presynaptic Fusion Machinery: Beyond Release Probability and the Quantal Synapse
Simon Alford, PhD, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Orientation Meeting for New Graduate Students in Rehabilitation Science Fall 2008