Other Events of Interest

OICR - Implementation Science Workshop

OICR - Implementation Science Workshop - May 2nd - 1:00 pm Join OICR for their Implementation Science (IS) Workshop webinar on May 2, 2024, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. ET, with guest speaker Dr. Robin Urquhart. Organized by OICR IS Co-Leads Drs. Christine Williams and Harriet Feilotter, this educational session for the Ontario translational research community is an opportunity to learn more about what implementation science is, how it can be applied to advance the adoption and integration of research into practice, and the appropriate methodology for conducting IS. Dr. Robin Urquhart, is an esteemed Associate Professor at Dalhousie University, Canadian Cancer Society Chair in Population Cancer Research, and an implementation scientist who leads groundbreaking initiatives that elevate cancer care standards and outcomes through IS. Anyone interested in applying for upcoming OICR funding in IS is strongly encouraged to attend. An RFA will be released in early summer, with funding to start in 2025. Click HERE to register! Click image to view agenda

5th Annual Immuno-Oncology Symposium

5th Annual Immuno-Oncology Symposium - May 30th - 8:30 am CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Due Friday, April 12, 2024 by Noon

1st Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Translational Geroscience Network

1st Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Translational Geroscience Network - September 5th - 9:00 am Click here to register! The Canadian Translational Geroscience Network is thrilled to present its inaugural scientific meeting, an event aimed at fostering dynamic exchanges among academics, industry stakeholders, healthcare professionals, and individuals interested in promoting longevity and healthy aging. This meeting will embrace a translational approach, bridging laboratory research with practical applications in clinical and community settings. The primary objective of this event is to facilitate stimulating discussions around validated or ongoing tools and strategies designed to extend the healthspan and quality of life for older adults. Additionally, we aim to deepen our understanding of the mechanisms of aging from various perspectives: biological, clinical, and social. By promoting dialogue and collaboration across diverse areas of expertise, this meeting aims to serve as a catalyst for advancing knowledge and practices in the field of translational geroscience in Canada. Travel…