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Symposium: Brain to Nanodomain
Welcome to the Brain to Nanodomain symposium website, an event organized in honour of the retirement of Elise F. Stanley PhD, Krembil Research Institute, University Health Network. The symposium will take place on Wednesday, October 17, 2018.
UHN MARCHES FOR SCIENCE ON APRIL 14, 2018
UHN Marches for Science on April 14, 2018 – Save the Date!
On April 14, people from across Canada will show their support for science as part of the international March for Science movement. As members of Canada’s largest research hospital, we are aware—on a daily basis—of the importance of science to making smart decisions, improving health, and building prosperity.
Toronto Rehab Research Day 2018
Toronto Rehab’s 13th Research Day, which features a wealth of innovative rehabilitation research, will be held on Tuesday, January 23, 2018, beginning at 8:45 a.m., at the Chestnut Conference Centre, 89 Chestnut St., Toronto, ON.
Toronto Research Management Symposium 2017
The Yin and Yang of Managing Competing and Conflicting Interests in Research
Join our experts for an opportunity to discuss the challenges in managing relationships in research.
TGHRI Research Day 2017
Toronto General Hospital Research Institute (TGHRI) is happy to announce that this year’s Research Day will be held on Wednesday October 11th, 2017 at the Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, Toronto.
QUALITY CLINICAL INVESTIGATOR PRACTICES PROGRAM
The three-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the ethical principles and best practice standards and their applications in ensuring data integrity, participant safety, and regulatory compliance in the context of research involving humans.
UHN Research Ethics Board Retreat 2016
The University Health Network Research Ethics Board is pleased to announce this year’s REB Retreat at the St. Andrew’s Club & Conference Centre. This annual event is an educational and networking opportunity for REB members and staff to learn about current research ethics issues . This year’s session will highlight the operation of centralized and provincial research ethics board review processes and provide the opportunity to discuss new tools to assist in the development of research protocols.