2019

  • October 17, 2019

    Can We Prevent Dementias Now? Symposium

    The Department of CNS at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University invites you to attend the full-day symposium on dementia. The day consists of 3 sessions; State of the Current Approaches, Convergent Developments, & From Plans to Action. To conclude the event, a public forum will discuss ways to decrease your personal dementia risk. The Symposium is open to researchers, health professionals, students, policy-makers and the interested public.


  • November 12, 2019

    Celebrating Science and Discovery Dinner

    Join us as we shine the light on cardiovascular disease research at the Celebrating Science and Discovery Dinner. The evening will include the presentation of the 2019 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine – one of Canada’s most prestigious research awards – to Dr. Daniel Radar. Guests will enjoy an evening which celebrates science and discovery at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry's Robarts Research Institute.


  • October 18, 2019

    CNS 50th Anniversary

    In conjunction with the 2019 Western Homecoming, the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences within Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, is hosting a Scientific Symposium and evening Gala to celebrate its 50-year Anniversary.


  • July 5, 2019

    Staff & Faculty BBQ

    Let's celebrate summer and enjoy time with friends and colleagues at the 2019 Faculty & Staff Summer BBQ. Lunch will only be served to those who register through the online system by Friday, June 28. Be sure to R.S.V.P today. Complimentary parking for all attendees will be available in the Springett Parking Lot.


  • July 5-6, 2019

    2019 Neurosurgery Rookie Camp

    The Neurosurgery Rookie Camp was established eight years ago with the primary objective of supporting new surgical trainees with their transition into residency. Training programs across Canada recognize the steep learning curve faced during the first year and the positive impact that attending this focused surgical course can have on preparing residents for the next six years. Every two years, a different Canadian university is selected to host the Neurosurgery Rookie Camp.