Undergraduate Summer Students' Research Program

Noon Hour Seminars

June 2018 Presentations

Seminars: Noon - 1:00 pm
Location: Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA) 2-490

Tuesday, June 5

Your Summer Research at the FoMD: Think Boldly, Dream Big, Be Responsible

Dr. Elene Posse de Chaves, Professor, Department of Pharmacology

Enhancing Your Medical Education Through Research: An Overview of the MD-STIR Program

Dr. Ing Swie Goping, Chair, MD with STIR Program

Tuesday, June 12

Preparing for a career in research with a PhD or MD/PhD

Dr. Alan Underhill, Director, MD/PhD Program

Research Ethics and Your Summer Research

Dr. Hanne Ostergaard, Associate Dean Research, Graduate Programs

Tuesday, June 19

Presenting Your Research in a Poster

Dr. Hanne Ostergaard, Associate Dean Research, Graduate Programs

Tuesday, June 26

Making the Abstract Concrete

Dr. Troy Baldwin, Associate Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology

How to Explain Your Summer Project to Your Grandmother: Hints for Better Science Communication to a Lay Audience

Dr. Joel Dacks, Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology

Ethics Responsibilities

Whether the summer student is conducting a special project or contributing to ongoing research, it is the responsibility of the faculty supervisor to obtain ethics approval or certification for research involving human participants, animals or biohazards BEFORE starting any such research. For further information, please contact:
Research Ethics Office - 780-492-0459