Faculty Presentations

Thursday seminars will consist of presentations by faculty members on a variety of topics. These seminars will provide an overview of options and opportunities available in the medical research field, both during the student years and beyond.

Not registered in the Summer Student Research Program but interested in attending a specific presentation? Space is limited so contact reseduc@bcchr.ca to RSVP!


To give students the opportunity to network with the presenter and other students a light lunch will be provided after the presentation each week.


Thursday, June 8 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by Crystal Karakochuk, PhD; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Assistant Professor, UBC Department of Food, Nutrition & Health. 

Thursday, June 15 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by Lori Tucker, MD; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Clinical Associate Professor, UBC Department of Pediatrics (Theme: Childhood Diseases)

Thursday, June 29 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by Kevin Harris,  MD, MHSc; FRCPC; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Assistant Profession, UBC Department of Pediatrics; Interventional Pediatric Cardiologist, BC Children's Hospital (Theme: Evidence to Innovation)

Thursday, July 6 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by KS Joseph

MD, PhD; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Professor, UBC Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology (Theme: Healthy Starts)

Thursday, July 13 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by Wendy Robinson, PhD; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Professor, UBC Department of Medical Genetics; Assistant Dean, UBC Graduate and Postdoctoral Education (Theme: Healthy Starts)

Thursday, July 20 | 12:00-1:00pm | Chan Centre for Family Health Education

Presented by Todd Woodward, PhD; Investigator, BC Children's Hospital; Professor, UBC Department of Psychiatry (Theme: Brain, Behaviour & Development)

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