*A rundown of CCNA trainee news, events, activities, and accomplishments
Congratulations to CCNA trainees awarded a CIHR-CCNA Travel Award to attend the CCNA Science Day and Partners Forum in Vancouver, October 5-7, 2016.
Leslie Malloy-Weir – Team 20
AmanPreet Badhwar – Team 9
Natalie Kozyrev – Team 4
Chen Xiong – Team 15
Nadia Sourial – Team 19
Aline Moussard – Team 10
Ashley Curtis – Women, Gender, Sex and Dementia Program
Elly Park – Team 15
The CCNA would like to acknowledge our funding partners for the CIHR-CCNA Trainee Travel Awards, the Institute of Aging and the Institute of Neuroscience, Mental Health and Addiction of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
The CCNA is pleased to announce the following 2016 ASRP-CCNA Training Award recipients.
Lianne Trigiani – CCNA Biomedical Masters Award
Nathalie Nilsson – CCNA Biomedical Doctoral Awards
They are recognized among recipients of the 2016 ASRP grants and training awards.
The CCNA would like to congratulate this group of promising scientists and acknowledge our partner, the Alzheimer Society of Canada for these awards.
2016 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Congratulations to all CCNA trainees who presented at AAIC in Toronto, July 22 – 28.
Twenty-one trainees presented posters and/or oral presentations.
A special congratulation goes to CCNA Trainee Kirstie L. McDermott (University of Alberta) who was an AAIC 2016 Student Poster Competition winner.
Title: Memory Resilience to Alzheimer’s Genetic Risk: Predictors Vary for Females and Males
Supervisor: Roger A. Dixon (University of Alberta)
Full Authorship: K.L. McDermott, G.P. McFall, S.J. Andrews, K.J. Anstey, R.A. Dixon
Acknowledgments: CCNA and NIH (National Institute on Aging)
The PhD and Employment in the Third Industrial Revolution – Catherine Maybrey
Free professional development resources for Ontario graduate students – MyGradSkills.ca
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