Research Symposium London 2019

 
London Ontario Research SymposiumDate: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Goodwill Industries, 255 Horton St E, London, ON N6B 1L1
Cost: No charge
 

Key Speakers: 

  • A Novel Approach to Dissecting Brain Tumour Heterogeneity"
    Alexander Rodzinka - Studentship Recipient 2017/2018 
     
  • “Gap Junction and Related Proteins in Brain Metastasis” 
    Qi Zhang - Research Grant Recipient 2018

This event will incorporate The Pam and Rolando Del Maestro Family Undergraduate Student Research Competition Awards. This undergraduate research competition is to showcase work to other scientists, researchers and professionals attending Research Symposium. Teams will be competing for monetary prizes. 

Presentations will be relevant to the brain tumour research community. The compeition's purpose will be to provide students an opportunity to create a research proposal, practice presentation skills and receive constructive feedback from a panel that will include physicians and researchers. This competition allows students to network and create awareness while engaging the brain tumour community in brain tumour research. 

Find out more about the The Pam and Rolando Del Maestro Family Undergraduate Student Research Competition Awards and please learn more about the qualification process and associated deadlines as outlined in this document.

Students wishing to participate, please note: The deadline for letters of intent to participate is August 23, 2019
 

Click here to download a poster for this event


Register now - spaces are limited


 

 

For more information on this event, please contact:

Susan Ruypers
Research Program Specialist
sruypers@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 ext 240

    

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