Pharmacy Research Day
Pharmacy Research Day celebrates advancements in healthcare collaboration, drug discovery and delivery, health outcomes and teaching and learning research in pharmacy.
The day includes a poster competition, guest speaker, and Snappy Synopsis - a speed round of graduate research, where students present their work in under five minutes in language that engages non-researchers.
2018 Agenda - February 26, 2018
9:00 - 11:00 a.m. - Poster Competition (Health Sciences Centre Main Foyer): The annual poster competition features research of undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Pharmacy. Competition takes place between 9:00 and 11:00, but poster displays will be set up until 4:00 p.m. Abstracts Booklet 2018.
11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. - Snappy Synopsis (Lecture Theatre A): Snap up a nugget of some of the exciting research being conducted by graduate pharmacy students as they practice their academic, presentation and research communication skills. Using props and a single slide, students will have five minutes or less to replay how their work will make a difference to non-researchers.
- One Size Does Not Fit All: Substance Use in Young Adults, presented by Kathryn Dalton
- Choice Architecture: Structuring Decisions to Support Patient Preferences, presented by Jennifer Donnan
- ‘Cod’ Guard Thee: How B12 and Codfish Prevents Stroke, presented by Viet Tram Duong
- Musical Mental Health, presented by Brittany Howell
- Brain Blueberries: A Prescription for Neurogenerative Disease, presented by Erin Kelly
- Binge Drinking: A Risky Idea and Research Agrees, presented by Matthew Lamont
12:00 -1:00 p.m. “An evidence-based approach to appropriate care”, Dr. Brendan Barrett, Faculty of Medicine, Chief Research Scientist, Translational and Personalized Medicine Initiative (Main Auditorium).
Lunch will be included (courtesy of Apotex) at the 12:00 session. Please RSVP to Sharon Tucker by Feb. 21 if you plan to attend.