On Friday, June 25th the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research will host its first Trainee Day, in a virtual capacity. While the program will be finalized in May, it is expected to run 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Watch this page for further details.
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This special event reflects the fact that basic science and clinical trainees are the lifeblood of our Centre, an outstanding group committed to the labs and clinics in which they work – and to our mission of dramatically changing how we manage and treat heart failure in adults and children.
All are welcome to join us for the 2021 Trainee Day, a unique event that will feature:
- Poster presentations: In our popular “Flash Science” sessions, trainees will showcase their intriguing new multidisciplinary projects in five minutes. There will be prizes! (Download abstract form).
- Workshops: Professionals will conduct 15-minute practical talks on subjects hand-picked by our committee of trainees. Areas to include career planning, conducting collaborative research, and how to break in with industry.
The Ted Rogers Centre Trainee Day is an effort to further integrate our diverse community of clinical and basic science trainees, who can learn from each other and from their expert supervisors across SickKids, University Health Network and the University of Toronto.
Note: You do not have to be working within our partners to join this event or participate in the poster presentations. This event will be open to all interested cardiovascular trainees (in labs or clinics) from across Canada. It is an opportunity to get some exposure to some of Canada’s leading scientists and clinicians in heart failure who work in the Ted Rogers Centre ecosystem.