Charles Hollenberg Summer Studentship Program
2019 Weekly Seminar Series
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
MaRS/ Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower previously named Toronto Medical Discovery Tower
101 College Street
- Attendance is compulsory for all BBDC summer students. Attendance by other students is welcome.
- Each weekly seminar should include a 15 minute presentation by the supervisor, followed by a 5 to 10 minute presentation by the summer student which outlines the project and indicates how his/her project fits into the overall goals of the lab. Two presentations will take place during each seminar.
- The seminar room is equipped with a projector, laser pointer and PC computer. Students may bring their presentation on a USB flash drive, CD, or laptop. Presenters who use a Mac can bring their own MacBook and VGA adapter cable.
- Summer students must attend a minimum of 75 percent of the weekly seminars and are required to give a presentation of their work at the Mini-Conference. Failure to comply with the program’s requirements will result in future ineligibility of both the student and supervisor for BBDC funding programs.
|Presentation Date||Students and Supervisors Presenting||Titles of Presentations||Location of Presentation|
|Tuesday, June 4||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, June 18||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, June 25||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, July 9||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, July 16||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, July 23||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
|Tuesday, July 30||TBD||TBD||PMCRT 4-204|
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
1:00 – 4:45 P.M.
Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (MaRS)
As part of the summer studentship program, all the BBDC students are required to give a presentation at the Mini-conference. Attendance by all students and their supervisors is required. EACH SUMMER STUDENT MUST SUBMIT A ONE-PAGE ABSTRACT for the Mini-conference program to the BBDC Admin, Sanam Tajadod at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, July 23, 2019 by 4:00 pm. The complete Mini-conference schedule of presentations will be e-mailed to all students and supervisors one week before the conference.
Each student will be given 15 minutes. The presentation should be 10 to 12 minutes long leaving 2 to 3 minutes for questions.
Students should bring their presentation to the conference on a USB flash drive or CD. Presenters who use a Mac can bring their own Macbook and VGA adapter cable.