Join us for Indoor Climbing Night at Zéro Gravité on Feb 1, 2020 from 6:30-8:00pm. The prices are $15 for HGEN members and $20 for non-HGEN guests. Payment can be sent by e-transfer to email@example.com.
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The HGSS is excited to announce our Annual Holiday Party for 2019!
Join us from 6:30pm-11:30pm on Nov. 29, 2019 at KIN Coworking (397a Saint-Catherine St W, Montreal) for good food, drinks, games, and to celebrate the holidays. +1’s are welcome, of course!
The HGSS is excited to host the AGM/Trivia night on Wednesday October 30th in the Ballroom of the Thomson House starting at 5:30 pm. Register now!
All students are encouraged to attend our annual general meeting where we will provide details on events for the upcoming year and give you the opportunity to give us your feedback and ideas about potential workshops and events.
If there is something you would like to bring to our attention and open up for discussion please send us an email!
We will then head into Trivia Night where teams of 5 will be able to answer trivia and win prizes! Pizza and pitchers of beer will be provided (vegetarian and non-alcoholic drink options will be available).
HGSS members may bring one guest, and non-HGSS affiliated lab members are also welcomed. This is one of best events of the year so don’t miss it!
The HGSS is hosting our Board Game Night next Wednesday, Oct 16th, 2019 starting at 5:30 PM. Please join us at Thomson House in the Martha Crago Lounge for all the fun and games (pun intended).
We will be providing food and drinks! Registration is not required. +1’s are welcome and we encourage you to bring your own board games 🎲
Looking forward to seeing everyone there!
P.S. A reminder that the QE/SC Workshop is on Monday, Oct 17!
Please join us for the HGSS Funding Workshop on Sept 12, 2019 to get all your questions answered regarding graduate student/postdoc funding opportunities. +1’s/labmates are welcome to attend.
Information about internal and external funding will be covered!
The 2nd International Conference on Personalized Health Care (ICPHC) is proud to be hosting its first ever Young Investigators Forum on September 26th. Join us as we engage with some of the most pressing challenges facing research and academia in the modern world. The Forum will be aimed at graduate students and early-career researchers in all disciplines.
Our keynote speakers will walk us through such issues such as the use of social media in science communication (Jonathan Jarry, Office for Science and Society, McGill University) and public speaking (Jay Olsen, PhD Candidate in Psychiatry, McGill University). Yasser Riazalhosseini (Assistant Professor, Department of Human Genetics, McGill University) will host a Q&A session on grant applications and there will be several student presentations throughout the day. The Forum’s full program can be found here.