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

 

Mini-Conference

Tuesday, August 6, 2019
1:00 – 4:45 P.M.
Princess Margaret Cancer Research Tower (MaRS)
Room 4-204

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 admin.bbdc@utoronto.ca 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.