On Tuesday, September 15th, the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences will be hosting a virtual event called The CNS Research Bootcamp. This event is an informative webinar designed to provide learners with an understanding of the basics of research in order to help with a future career in academia.
The Canadian Neurosurgery Rookie Camp was established nine 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.
This day-long event features a series of poster and oral presentations from our residents, graduate students, PhD candidates and postdoctoral fellows. We will also host a distinguished researcher who will present the keynote address. Attendees of the event are the Department’s faculty, including neurosurgeons, neurologists, affiliated radiologists, pathologists and imaging researchers.
What you need to know about stroke diagnosis, management and recovery focused in the office setting. The course will review what happens in acute stroke; how to manage stroke-related recovery issues, including spasticity and driving and how to assess and treat preventively after stroke. The course will be highly interactive and registrant driven with ample time for interaction and discussion.
Epilepsy and Rapid Eye Movement Sleep
Marcus C. Ng, BMSc, MD(STIR), FRCPC, CSCN(EEG), FACNS
Assistant Professor of Neurology / Epileptologist
Adjunct Professor of Biomedical Engineering
University of Manitoba, Max Rady College of Medicine
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.
The Resident Training Program in the Management of Spasticity is a national educational initiative
designed to enhance residents' experience with the treatment and management of spasticity. It is intended for Canadian PM&R and Neurology Residents in their final training years.
In conjunction with the 2019 Western Homecoming, the Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences within Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, hosted a Scientific Symposium and evening Gala to celebrate its 50-year Anniversary.
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.
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.