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ELLICSR is more than just a space, it is a dynamic community of researchers, clinicians, educators, survivors, and thinkers coming together to form collaborations in research. We are committed to sharing knowledge in the pursuit of revolutionizing the cancer experience.
ELLICSR Survivorship Research Rounds
Meet with other researchers (and those interested in research) to hear the latest about cancer survivorship research each month. Attendees will also have opportunities to share knowledge and get feedback on developing research ideas, methods and results.
When:|| 12:00-1:00 pm, the 1st Friday of each month |
Where:|| ELLICSR Boardroom |
The Canadian Cancer Survivorship Research Consortium Rounds
Find out what is going on in cancer survivorship research across Canada, and who is involved during these monthly rounds. It is a great chance to foster cross-Canada collaborations by giving and receiving input on current projects.
When:|| 12:00-1:00 pm EST, every third Friday of the month |
Where:|| ELLICSR Boardroom or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for remote registration instructions. Registration information is sent 2 weeks prior to each rounds. Please email
Myann Marks-Aitken to get on the distribution list. |
Behavioural Sciences & Health and Psychological Oncology & Palliative Care Research Seminar
Weekly meetings to discuss research in progress that bears on the diverse psychosocial and palliative issues that confront people affected by life-threatening and chronic medical conditions. Presentations address a wide range of topics including quality of life, behavioral aspects of medical illness, palliative and supportive care, and cancer survivorship. Sessions are highly interactive and focus on research in progress. All interested parties are very welcome to attend.
When:|| 11:00-11:55 am Monday mornings |
Where:|| Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Main Boardroom, Main Floor Rm.805 |
Interested in presenting research? Please contact
Dr. Jennifer Jones for more information.