Seminars & Events

Monday, May 27, 2019, 15:30-16:30
The OHRI Seminar Series Program presents
"Patient Driven Gene Discovery Elucidates How beta-catenin Localizes to the Nucleus to Activate Wnt Signaling"
Speaker: Mustafa Khokha, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Critical Care) and of Genetics
Yale New Haven Children's Hospital
New Haven, CT
Location: GENERAL CAMPUS,
Sprott Seminar Room,
5th floor Critical Care Wing,
Room 5225,
501 Smyth Road. Ottawa, ON
Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 10:30-11:30
Epic Workflow Session - EORLA
Speaker: Nancy Camack and others from the Epic team
Research Readiness Owners for Project Fusion/Epic Implementation
Location: General Campus - Auditorium
Connected to Civic - Amphitheatre and Riverside - Amphitheatre

Representatives from each of these service departments (Pharmacy, Department of Medical Imaging, EORLA) will be joining us for open sessions to review workflow changes with respect to their department due to Epic.  Remember – requisitions and stickers are being replaced by Epic electronic orders.  Please join us at a session by each department.

Who should attend: Research Staff who use each service department; interested Investigators, students, etc.

Note that each session will be repeated; there is no need to attend both sessions by Pharmacy, for example.

Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 13:00-14:00
The Neuroscience Program presents
"Newborn screening: The Changing Landscape"
Speaker: Dennis Bulman, PhD and Pranesh Chakraborty, PhD
Dennis Bulman, PhD Professor, Pediatrics, uOttawa Director, Molecular Biomedicine Program, CHEO-RI, Molecular Lab Head, Newborn Screening Ontario and Sr. Research Scientist

Pranesh Chakraborty, PhD Associate Professor, Pediatrics, uOttawa Clinical Investigator, CHEO-RI, Medical and Laboratory Director, Newborn Screening Ontario and Biochemical Geneticist
Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

David Park uOBMRI Colloquium Series

 

Learning Objectives:

1) Describe the current state of newborn screening

2) Recognize the factors that are causing change in the practice of newborn screening

3) Discuss the new paradigms that are emerging as a result of these factors

Friday, May 31, 2019, 12:00-13:00
The Clinical Epidemiology Program presents
A program of research to minimize inappropriate and unnecessary transfusions in liver surgery
Speaker: Guillaume Martel, MD, MSc (Epi), FRCSC, FACS
Associate Scientist, Clinical Epidemiology Program, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
Assitant Professor, Department of Surgery, University of Ottawa
Attending Surgeon, Liver and Pancreas Unit, The Ottawa Hospital
Location: General campus – Critical Care Wing 5th Floor room W5225 (directions attached)

Civic campus - Admin Services Building (ASB), 2nd floor, conference room 2-018

Watch live online: http://webcast.otn.ca/mywebcast?id=99778903
Link works best with Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11 (http://webcast.otn.ca/support)

    To learn more about Dr. Guillaume Martel's research, go to: http://www.ohri.ca/profile/gmartel

    Clinical Epidemiology Program Rounds

    For more information, contact jpeters@ohri.ca
    Friday, May 31, 2019, 14:30-15:30
    The Parkinson Research Consortium Program presents
    Elucidating the role of LRRK2 kinase activity in the innate immune system
    Speaker: Michaela Lunn
    Graduate Student
    Awardee of the Larry Haffner 2019 Fellowship
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    PRC ROUNDS | Research in Motion

    Tuesday, June 04, 2019, 13:00-14:00
    The Neuroscience Program presents
    TBD
    Speaker: Alexander Mathis
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM SEMINAR SERIES
     Host: Greg Silasi, PhD

     

     

     

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 13:00-14:00
    The Neuroscience Program presents
    TBD
    Speaker: Dr. Ari Breiner
    The Ottawa Hospital
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM SEMINAR SERIES
     Host: Johnny Ngsee, PhD

     

     

     

    Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 13:00-14:00
    The Neuroscience Program presents
    TBD
    Speaker: Larry Fliegel, PhD
    University of Alberta
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM SEMINAR SERIES
     Host: Balwant Tuana, PhD

     

     

     

    Friday, July 26, 2019, 14:30-15:30
    The Parkinson Research Consortium Program presents
    "Studying the effects of nuclear alpha-synuclein in a novel mouse model" and "Neurophysiological Correlates of Countermanding Saccade Deficits in Parkinson's Disease"
    Speaker: Haley Geertsma and Michael Min Wah Leung
    Haley Geertsma
    Bonnie & Don Poole Parkinson’s Research Fellowship
    and
    Michael Min Wah Leung
    Toth Family Fellowship
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    PRC ROUNDS | Research in Motion

    Monday, September 16, 2019, 15:30-16:30
    The OHRI Seminar Series Program presents
    “Fibrosis: a silent but common driver of chronic disease”
    Speaker: Darren Yuen, MD, PhD
    Scientist
    Medicine, Keenan Research Centre of Biomedical Science,
    Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute
    St. Michael's Hospital
    Toronto Ontario
    Location: GENERAL CAMPUS,
    Sprott Seminar Room,
    5th floor Critical Care Wing,
    Room 5225,
    501 Smyth Road. Ottawa, ON
    Friday, September 27, 2019, 14:30-15:30
    The Parkinson Research Consortium Program presents
    "Characterizing the decline of neural stem cells in the Parkin/PolG mouse model of Parkinson's disease"
    Speaker: Richard Harris and Maria Bilen
    Richard Harris and Maria Bilen
    Crabtree Family Fellowship
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    PRC ROUNDS | Research in Motion

    Friday, November 29, 2019, 14:30-15:30
    The Parkinson Research Consortium Program presents
    TBD
    Speaker: Olanta Negeri
    Olanta Negeri
    Audrey Grant Parkinson’s Research Fellowship
    Location: uOttawa, Roger Guindon Hall, Seminar Room 1421

    PRC ROUNDS | Research in Motion

    Please note that OHRI seminars are open to all members of OHRI and partner institutions. Members of the general public are asked to contact the communications office (613-737-8899 x 73325; jganton@ohri.ca) for more information about the research presented at OHRI seminars.