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Program – CUE’s 1st Faculty Research Symposium. POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Posted on: Mar 9, 2020

The Program for the launch of the Faculty Research Symposium has been released. We have confirmed the participation of a great Keynote Speaker for this event, and the participation of thirteen CUE Faculty Members representing all of our faculties!

Date: POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Time: 09:00 to 15:00

Location: Huehn Design Thinking Space (AW207)

We will have the participation of a great Keynote Speaker, Dr. D. Lorne Tyrrell. More information on the Keynote Speaker will be released separately soon. In addition, Dr. Elizabeth Smythe will be CUE’s Highlighted Presenter.

 

Come and join us to support our Faculty Members, and learn about the range of interesting research that is being done at CUE!

Keynote Speaker

Highlighted Presentation

Dr. D. Lorne Tyrrell

Founding Director, Li Ka Shing Institute of Virology
Distinguished University Professor, University of Alberta
Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology
Scientific Advisor, KMT Hepatech Inc.
GSK Chair in Virology

Dr. Elizabeth Smythe

Professor of Political Science, Program Coordinator-Political Economy, Faculty of Arts

Dr. Smythe has a long and successful career as investigator at CUE, and is the recipient of the Gerald S. Krispin Research Award

The organization of this event is well underway, but we require your support for its success. We are inviting all CUE Faculty Members, Students and Staff to attend this exciting new event, to promote the research led by CUE Faculty Members. Innovations in research and dissemination of findings will contribute to making CUE a fertile ground to grow and create its own niche in the research community in Canada and abroad.

The full program will be released soon. Seating is limited, so we encourage you to register for the event.

 

This event is organized by the Asst. Vice-President Research with assistance from the Office of Research Services.