June 13: Brainstorming for Brain Cancer Cures public forum

All members of the McGill community are invited to the last in a series of four public forums hosted by the Goodman Cancer Research Centre. “Brainstorming for Brain Cancer Cures” takes place on Thursday, June 13.

All members of the McGill community are invited to the last in a series of four public forums hosted by the Goodman Cancer Research Centre. “Brainstorming for Brain Cancer Cures” takes place on Thursday, June 13, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the McIntyre Medical Building’s Palmer Theatre (6th floor). The event’s organizers are pleased to have renowned experts on brain cancer from McGill, the University of Toronto and Harvard Medical School among their keynote speakers. Brainstorm with the panel of experts to learn about the most complex organ that makes the body tick, how brain tumors are not alike, and the genetic landscape that leads to advances in personalized treatments for brain cancer patients. Admission is free. Seating will be limited, so register now or contact Annette Novak at 514-398-4970 or by e-mail.

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Catherine
Catherine
8 years ago

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Biafra Gossip
8 years ago

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