The CRBS Student Consortium hosts a biweekly student seminar series with the promise of exciting student talks.
The seminar series in 2018-19 and 2019-2020 were a great success and witnessed the attendance and participation of students and professors from across the CRBS. The 2020-2021 series is building on this by delivering exciting research conducted by CRBS students.
We are pleased to present the latest schedule here.
CRBS annual Symposium 2020
The Second Annual CRBS Symposium will be held virtually on Sunday, November 8 and Monday, November 9, 2020. The day will feature three outstanding international speakers - Eva Nogales (HHMI, Univ. California Berkeley), Chris Lima (Sloan Kettering) and John Rubinstein (SickKids Toronto) - local speakers, oral and poster presentations from upcoming graduate students and postdocs and virtual booths from our sponsors.
PLEASE REGISTER AND SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT HERE.
(Deadline to submit an abstract: Friday, October 23 at 5:00 pm)
FINAL PROGRAM - updated Nov. 8 at 12:15pm
CRBS Bench-to-Bedside workshops
Inaugural session – June 16th, 2020; 2:00pm-4:00pm
From bench to patients: How structural biology transforms medicine
Chair: Jean-François Trempe, PhD
Canada Research Chair in Structural Pharmacology
Director, Proteomics platform of the RI-MUHC
Associate Professor, Dept of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Guest speaker: Edward A. Fon, MD, FRCP(C)
Scientific Director, Montreal Neurological Institute
Director, FRQS Quebec Parkinson Network
Canada Research Chair in Parkinson’s Disease
Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery
SPECIAL ONLINE SEMINAR
Unravelling the Molecular Secrets of Bacterial Secretions Systems by Hybrid Approaches
Friday, June 19th, 2020.
12:30 pm, Via ZOOM (Meeting link will be sent by email)
Natalie Zeytuni, PhD
Department of Anatomy and Cell
Biology, McGill University
CRBS annual Symposium
The First Annual CRBS Symposium was held at the McGill New Residence Hall in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) on Monday, June 17, 2019. The day featured two outstanding international speakers – Lorena Beese (Duke University) and Dmitry Lyumkis (Salk Institute) – local speakers, oral presentations from upcoming graduate students and postdocs, lunch with the exhibitors along with a Poster Pub to finish off the day.
The CRBS Symposia are the descendant in spirit of the GRASP Symposia, information about which can be found here.