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iPSC Seminars: Early Drug Discovery Unit (EDDU) (Virtual)

7Oct202116:00
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The iPSC Seminar Series at The Neuro/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Faculty of Medicine MNI

Special Seminar: Gene Editing in Human iPSCs to Model Neurological Disorders

28Jan202111:00
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12:00

Speaker: Eric Deneault, PhD Research Associate, Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital, McGill University/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Seminars

Special Seminar: Empowering Neurodevelopmental Studies Through Benchmarking and Modelling

21Jan202111:00
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Speaker: Christian O’Reilly, PhD Research Associate, Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital, McGill University/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Seminars

Special Seminar: The Marmoset as a Preclinical Model for Studying Sensory Processing and Social Interactions in Autism

27Jan202112:00
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13:00

Speaker: Justine Cléry, PhD Postdoctoral Associate, Robarts Research Institute, University of Western Ontario/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Seminars

Special Seminar: Social Communication of Affective States

20Jan202114:00
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Speaker: Toni-Lee Sterley, PhD Postdoctoral Associate, Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Seminars

POSTPONED: Special Seminar: Mapping Drivers of Pathological Cognitive Aging using PET and MRI

7Jan202116:00
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Postponed - Due to unavoidable circumstances, Dr. Anazodo will not be delivering the scheduled talk today at 4pm. We will endeavor to re-schedule her presentation to another date and time. Thank...

iPSC Seminars: Early Drug Discovery Unit (EDDU) (Virtual)

26Nov202016:00
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17:30

The iPSC Seminar Series at The Neuro/neuroCategory: Medicine Research Faculty of Medicine MNI

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