Each summer the CMHR program offers bi-weekly iunch and learn seminars for all students working on MSK Projects at Western. RSVPs are required for each event for planning purposes. For our CMHR funded Summer Students this is a mandatory event but is open to all trainees who are currently working in a lab of a member of the Bone and Joint Institute.
For further information please contact Samantha Mundy directly.
May 3rd - Trainee Development Retreat & Bernier Lecture
June 7th - "All About Statistics" - Dr. David Holdsworth
June 21st - "Innovation in MSK Research" - Dr. John Matheson, Kirkley Innovation Fellow (Western)
July 5th - "How To Read A Scientific Paper" - Dr. Amanda Ali
July 19th - "What's the Big Deal about Grad School" - Various Graduate Trainees
August 2nd- Summer Student Research Symposium (9-3pm)
As part of the requirement as a Summer Student Awardee, students are required to present the results of their summer research project during the "Summer Student Research Symposium". Each individual is instructed to prepare an 8-10 min PowerPoint presentation for the group regarding their project and the results of their summer research project. The focus is on the transdisciplinary aspects of the project and results, as well as what the Trainees have taken away from their experience in the program.