LMP1001: Graduate Seminars in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
Covering the Graduate Seminars in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, including:
- LMP1001Y Graduate Seminars in Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
- LMP1001H Student seminar series I
- LMP1002H Student seminar series II
- LMP1003H Student seminar series III
Adminstrative support and submission of abstracts
You will be allocated to one of the groups, based on either:
- your stated preferences or
- the preference of your supervisors.
The five groups are based on general themes.
We will have 6 weeks of seminars in the Fall Term and 19 weeks of seminars in the Winter/Spring Term (25 weeks total).
You must attend a total of eight weeks of these student seminars throughout the year. Five of those weeks must be from within your own allocated group.
You must attend 50% of our Faculty Seminars (also known as the Monday Seminar series). You are required to attend 50% during the Fall Term and 50% during the Winter/Spring Term.
Details of the Faculty Seminars are sent by email and are available in the LMP events calendar.
You may attend any additional seminars of interest.
- MSc students must attend in their first two years of study
- PhD students must attend in their first four years of study.
|Group||weeks of seminars over the year|
|Group 1: Brain and Neuroscience||12 weeks|
|Group 2: Cancer, Development and Aging||14 weeks|
|Group 3: Cardiovascular, Physiology and Metabolism||6 weeks|
|Group 4: Infectious Diseases, Inflammation and Immunology||10 weeks|
|Group 5: Molecular and Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine||7 weeks|
Format of the group seminars
Each week, two of the groups will hold seminars at the same time in different rooms or Zoom link.
Typically, two students in each group will present in each session.
The sessions will rotate between the five groups in a regular pattern.
This is a pass/fail course. To achieve a 'pass' (100% attendance), you must attend at least eight seminars.
Each seminar will be moderated by two faculty. These professors will provide feedback/evaluation of both presentations at the end of each session.
It is expected that your PIs/supervisors will also be present when you are presenting. Other Faculty are, of course, strongly encouraged to attend regularly.
You must submit the title and abstract (~250 words) for your seminar to email@example.com by Monday at 10:00 a.m. the week before your presentation.
Group seminar timetable 2020/2021
Brain and Neuroscience
|Week||Date||Presenter one||Presenter two|
|Week 2||5 October 2020||Kyle Juraschka||Sachin Kumar|
|Week 4||26 October 2020||David Przelicki||Marc Shenouda|
|Week 6||9 November 2020||Lilian Lin||Michelle Ly|
|Week 9||18 January 2021||Aminat Adama||Lauren Belfiore|
|Week 11||1 February 2021||Luke David||Parnian Dolati-Ardejani|
|Week 13||22 February 2021||James Dunbar||Kyshona Edwards|
|Week 15||8 March 2021||Shehab Eid||Belay Gebregergis|
|Week 17||22 March 2021||Sarah Hui||Areeb Jafrani|
|Week 19||5 April 2021||Bei Qi Yan||Wenda Zhao|
|Week 20||12 April 2021||Nicole Schwab||Lakshmy Vasan|
|Week 22||26 April 2021||Seojin Lee||David Jose Mathew|
|Week 24||10 May 2021||Ana-Maria Oproescu||Su Ping|
Cancer, Development and Aging
|Week||Date||presenter one||presenter two|
|Week 2||5 October 2020||Robert D'Cruz||Bryan Li|
|Week 3||19 October 2020||Nenad Pokrajac||Joshua Rosen|
|Week 5||2 November 2020||Michael Taccone||N/A|
|Week 8||11 January 2021||Polina Balin||Jacky Chen|
|Week 11||1 February 2021||Paige Darville-O'Quinn||Rupal Hatkar|
|Week 12||8 February 2021||Drashti Jain||Evan Lubanszky|
|Week 13||22 February 2021||Hyeonjeong Kang||Maryam Khalil|
|Week 15||8 March 2021||Kaitlin Kharas||Christian Lai|
|Week 17||22 March 2021||Joshua Nash||N/A|
|Week 18||29 March 2021||Alessia Portante||N/A|
|Week 20||12 April 2021||Dilakshan Srikanthan||Nikita Thakkar|
|Week 22||26 April 2021||Randy Van Ommeren||Irene Xie|
|Week 23||3 May 2021||Hwa Young Yun||Ben Ho|
|Week 25||17 May 2021||Ncedile Mankahla||Jon Lacanlale|
Cardiovascular, Physiology and Metabolism
|week||date||presenter one||presenter two|
|Week 1||28 September 2020||Danielle Celina Linda Alvares||Simon Hoffman|
|Week 5||2 November 2020||Quinn Bonafiglia||N/A|
|Week 10||25 January 2021||Nyan Abdalqadir||N/A|
|Week 19||5 April 2021||Kabriya Thavaratnam||Navkiran Verma|
|Week 21||19 April 2021||XingLin Wu||Ruilin Wu|
|Week 24||10 May 2021||Christy Yeung||Ranju Nair|
Infectious Diseases, Inflammation and Immunology
|Week||date||presenter one||presenter two|
|Week 1||28 September 2020||Mohamed Azzouz||Michael Cheng|
|Week 3||19 October 2020||Justin Meade||Ashley Rooney|
|Week 7||4 January 2021||Liliane Cabral-Fernandes||Zi Yan Chen|
|Week 8||11 January 2021||Mariana Abdulnoor||N/A|
|Week 10||25 January 2021||Xinying Guo||Ryan Hiebert|
|Week 14||1 March 2021||Danielle Karakas||Melika Loriamini|
|Week 16||15 March 2021||Maria Maqsood||Jehan Mohammad Nazri|
|Week 18||29 March 2021||Olivia Pezzutti||Dorsa Sohaei|
|Week 23||3 May 2021||Jessica Santilli (Infectious Disease)||Mitra Shokrollahi (Cancer)|
|Week 25||17 May 2021||Philip Samaan||Harvard Tran|
Molecular and Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
|week||date||presenter one||presenter two|
|Week 4||26 October 2020||Feiya Li||Brian Wu|
|Week 7||4 January 2021||Xuehan Cai||ZiYan Chen|
|Week 9||18 January 2021||Trevor Dean||Melissa Huestis|
|Week 12||8 February 2021||Harpreet Jat||Chen Fan Ji|
|Week 14||1 March 2021||Kymberly Litman||N/A|
|Week 16||15 March 2021||Saher Panjwani||Henry Quach|
|Week 21||19 April 2021||Matsya Thulasiram||Ranmal Bandara|