Dr. Maud L. Menten Memorial Lecture Series

The Dr. Maud L. Menten Memorial Lecture Series profiles an international leader in an area of our discipline with impact that extends beyond our discipline. This series also features 2 Symposia that highlight examples of our own research excellence in areas related to that of the Menten Lecturer.

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars are Fridays at 10:30-11:30 am in MSB 384.

Biochemistry Visiting Speakers Series

The Biochemistry Visiting Speakers Series typically highlights experts from within our own community (i.e., the London research community) or region. These seminars offer an excellent opportunity to learn about the interests and expertise of some of our colleagues who may be more accessible than the Menten Lecturers. 

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars are Fridays at 10:30-11:30 am in MSB 384.

Biochemistry Forum

The Biochemistry Forum is a venue to promote interactions within our own Department. A lunch reception that follows the lecture provides an informal setting for continuing discussion with the speaker and other members of our program.

Graduate Research Symposia

Graduate students have the opportunity to present at four symposia that take place during the year. Students give research talks or posters, depending on their year of study. 

New Faculty Seminar Series

The New Faculty Seminar Series has been established by the Research Office in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry to profile many of the new faculty joining our community. These seminars are intended to reach a Schulich-wide audience. These events will introduce us to our new recruits and future leaders, promote awareness of research activities in each of the programs and foster interactions across our community. 

Dr. Harold B. Stewart Memorial Lecture and Research Showcase

The Research Showcase integrates our graduate and undergraduate programs. Held in January each year, this event features poster presentations by Biochemistry 1st-year graduate students and 4th-year Honours undergraduate students. Since 2012, this event has also featured the Dr. Harold B. Stewart Memorial Lecture that honours the legacy of Dr. Stewart (a former Chair of the Department and Dean of Graduate Studies) and his commitment to the training of undergraduate and graduate students.