UPCOMING FACULTY OF MEDICINE & DENTISTRY HIGHLIGHTED EVENTS:
WORLD'S LONGEST BASEBALL GAME
August 22 – 25, 2019
CENTENNIAL PARK DIAMOND #9, 4000 Sherwood Dr, Sherwood Park, Alberta
100s of Volunteers.
1 GOAL: A future free of cancer.
Find out more about the game and where to donate
EYE BALL GALA
Saturday, September 28, 2019
10135 100 Street NW
The second annual Eyeball Gala will bring together ophthalmic specialists, surgeons, business and community leaders, and loyal friends to raise awareness and funds for the fight for sight and life-enhancing work of the Eye Institute of Alberta.
For more information or to purchase tickets
LEADERSHIP LECTURE SERIES
How Do We Do the Impossible? | Presentation by Cameron Chell
We have all faced and experienced “impossible” in our lives. But what is the key to overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds? In this talk, Cameron Chell will tell his own story of recovery from addiction and life on the streets of Vancouver’s East End. In the face of an impossible situation, thinking of the big picture can be daunting and even paralyzing. To achieve the “impossible,” we must focus on just “doing the next thing.”
Cameron has on multiple occasions addressed audiences of thousands at the “Power of Success” with Tony Robbins, in addition to speaking at the United Nations and TEDx Women Montreal (Listed with The 5 Most Popular TED Talks of All Time to Inspire You Like Never Before). He is a thought leader who has been a keynote speaker, and a panelist on topics ranging from technology to homelessness. Cam’s public addresses echo themes of overcoming hurdles and creating “the impossible” based on not just his business experience but also his life experience that has ranged from owning jets, to living penniless as an addict on the streets of Vancouver’s east end.
This presentation will be videoconferenced at locations throughout the Edmonton Zone.
THE 2019 MINDS THAT MATTER: GAIRDNER SYMPOSIUM
Monday, October 21, 2019
2 to 4 p.m.
Medical Sciences Building
114 Street & south of 87 Avenue, Edmonton
featuring Dr. Connie Jean Eaves & Dr. Timothy A. Springer
Dr. Connie Jean Eaves, 2019 Canada Gairdner Wightman Award Recipient
Distinguished Scientist, Terry Fox Laboratory, BC Cancer
Professor, Department of Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
For her pioneering work and leadership in the study of hematopoietic, mammary and cancer stem cells and her dedicated advocacy for early- career investigators and women in science
Dr. Timothy A. Springer, 2019 Canada Gairdner International Award Recipient
Latham Family Professor of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital
Chairman, Institute for Protein Innovation
For discovery of the first immune system adhesion molecules, elucidation of their roles in antigen recognition and leukocyte homing, and translation of these discoveries into therapeutics for autoimmune diseases
Refreshments to follow lectures. All are welcome!
More information to follow
IDEAS OFFICE: HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION
The Learning Journey: Student to Scholar
December 5, 2019
Royal Glenora Club
The IDEAS HPE* Scholarship Day is a place for FoMD and other UofA health professional educators to locally share their scholarly work and scholarly teaching.
The conference goals are to:
- Develop a collaborative network of health professions educators within the FoMD and beyond
- Create a venue for sharing our HPE* scholarship and scholarly teaching locally
- Increase FoMD faculty, staff, and trainees' productivity and visibility in HPE scholarship
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 23rd
IDEAS Office Membership (FREE)
For more information, please visit the CONFERENCE WEBSITE or follow on Twitter at @IDEASoffice.
*HPE stands for Health Profession Education
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