Connecting Through Research

Connecting Through Research

(l - r) Allein Plain, postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Physiology, Megan Biggs, PHD candidate in the Department of Physiology, Gary Lopaschuk, associate chair of research, Todd Alexander, professor and Stollery Science Lab Distinguished Researcher, listen to questions during a Connecting Through Research session.

Connecting Through Research is a child research seminar series directed at enhancing collaboration among graduate students, trainees and faculty in the Department of Pediatrics and affiliated partners. Lunch is provided.

Past Connecting Through Research topics

September 2018: Solar Powered Oxygen Delivery and Innovations in Global Childhood Pneumonia
November 2018: Bones and Kidney Stones: New Insights Into Calcium Balance in Pediatrics
December 2018: Cholesterol Homeostasis and Human Diseases
January 2019: Bridging the Gap From Pre-Clinical to Clinical Trials in Fragile X Syndrome
March 2019: Not Lost in Translation: Neonatal Models of Intestinal Failure
April 2019: Neurobehavioural Outcomes of Children With Perinatal Stroke
June 2019: Understanding How to Limit the Metastatic Potential of Cancer
October 2019: How can knowledge of brain development contribute to our understanding of childhood brain tumours
November 2019: Let's talk about food: Targeting diet in inflammatory bowel diseases and other chronic pediatric conditions

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