Interested in oral health? Check out our upcoming event, Dental Circuit. We’re inviting an array of healthcare professionals such as an oral surgeon and an orthodontist! Additional healthcare professionals are also attending such as dental hygienist and assistant.
Dental Circuit offers a great way to build connections and to also learn more about what the profession entails.
RSVP for this event using the registration form provided below.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to email us.
The Research Competition for the Manitoba Undergraduate Healthcare Symposium is on Sunday, April 29th. For more information, please visit http://www.umulh.com/research-competition/.
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The third annual Manitoba Undergraduate Healthcare Symposium is taking place April 27-29 at the Bannatyne Campus of the University of Manitoba. It is a three-day conference that consists of keynotes, seminars, case challenges, hands-on workshops and a research competition.
This year's theme is "Partners in Healthcare: Making a Difference Together," and will highlight the interdisciplinary nature amongst professionals in the field healthcare.
Early bird pricing is $65 and will be in effect from March 19 to April 2. After this, registration will increase to $75.
Registration includes access to two keynote presentations, one seminar, one case challenge, and five workshops. Breakfast and lunch for both days is included and is catered by STELLA'S. There is also a mixer at Fools and Horses on April 27 at 7:30 p.m. to kick the weekend off!
The University of Manitoba Undergraduate Leaders in Healthcare (UM-ULH) is a student group that aims to connect and support undergraduate students considering a career in healthcare. One of our goals for the academic year is to send University of Manitoba students to CUCOH. Join our delegation and visit Queen's University from November 10-12, 2018!
"The Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare (CUCOH) is a three-day conference that enables undergraduate students to engage in hands-on workshops, discussions and seminars that showcase the multidisciplinary nature of healthcare. Not only is CUCOH the largest conference at Queen’s University, but it is also the largest student-run healthcare conference of its kind in Canada. Last year, CUCOH was pleased to welcome over 375 undergraduate students from 21 universities across Canada.
CUCOH is committed to providing our delegates with a rewarding and eye-opening experience. We strive to select a diverse range of speakers, seminars, and discussion topics that are representative of some of the most pertinent and complex healthcare issues. Delegates engage in a wide variety of interactive workshops, including: suturing, casting, laparoscopic surgery, examining cadavers, and more!"
Visit www.cucoh.com for more information!
Interested in joining the University of Manitoba's Delegation attending the Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare? If so, attend the CUCOH 2017 Information Session.
The meeting will be in 207 Buller at 5:45 PM and will talk about about CUCOH in general, what the conference is like, past experiences based on last year's attendance and fundraising/financial support options.
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Dr. Czubryt completed his B.Sc. (Honours) in Biotechnology at the University of Manitoba and later obtained his Ph.D. in Cardiovascular Physiology, including training as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre. He is currently a Principal Investigator of Molecular Pathophysiology at the St. Boniface Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, as well as a Professor in the Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology at the University of Manitoba.
Given that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among men and women, Dr. Czubryt’s lab has taken on the challenge of furthering our understanding on the relationship between genes and heart disease. His lab has produced ground breaking findings on the regulation of genes and proteins involved in cardiac fibrosis and heart enlargement during disease and aims towards developing products and therapies to optimize patient care.
Dr. Czubryt will be speaking about his training and career in research, skills important to academic research, and provide perspective on how to translate his work to patient care. He will discuss how his lab works with others in Canada, the US and other countries to move our research forward, and how they prepare for patent filings.
To learn more about Dr. Czubryt and his research, join us on Monday, February 13th in 118 St. John’s College from 6:00-7:00 pm. Light refreshments will be provided before the presentation begins!
First year medical students from the Max Rady College of Medicine will be coming to the Fort Garry campus to give a presentation on all of things you need to know when applying to Medicine at the U of M!
They will talk about the admissions requirements including MCAT scores, GPA and course requirements, and the Multiple Mini Interview format. They will also share their personal "day in the life" of a medical student experiences. After their presentation their will be a Q&A with a panel of diverse students (ie. bilingual, rural, MD/PhD streams, etc.), so that all of your questions can be answered.
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
204 Armes, Fort Garry campus
Hope to see you there!
UM-ULH is taking part in Exile Island and we are fundraising to grant Dominick's wish! Help us reach our goal of $10,000 by donating to our tribe, The Golden Bisons.
Follow the link to donate! https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/TeamFundraisingPage.aspx?EventID=199636&LangPref=en-CA&TeamID=714944
For more information on Exile Island follow the link: http://www.exileisland.ca/region/manitoba-winnipeg/home