New data published today in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice suggests that oral immunotherapy is safe for preschool-aged children with peanut allergies.
BC Children's Hospital, together with Providence Health Care Research Institute and Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute organize a public lecture each spring.
This 2-hour evening event includes several talks by clinicians and scientists on the latest leading-edge health research.
Attendance is FREE but space is limited. Registration is open to high school students (no student nominations required) and members of the public.
|Are you a grade 10-12 student interested in attending Mini Med School in Vancouver?
Students that attend the Celebrate Research Lecture will be automatically entered into a draw for a guaranteed VIP seat for the fall Mini Med School.
Each year registration is accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. As space is limited, registration does not guarantee a seat. Light refreshments will be provided.
Outside the Lower Mainland? The series is held at BC Children's Hospital. For those outside the area, the session will be recorded and available online within 48 hours. Registration is not required to watch the sessions online.