Recap: Biomedical Research Info Session

We had a great time at our biomedical research info session on October 22. There was good food, great questions, and fantastic conversations! We hope that everyone who attended found the event to be helpful, and hope to make it even bigger next year. We’re looking forward to collaborating with Science to Business Network Kingston Chapter on future events like this!

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Biomedical Research Info Session for Undergraduate Students

We are really excited to be collaborating with our friends at the Science To Business Network Kingston Chapter on an informative event aimed at undergraduate students! We will be hosting a panel discussion with graduate students, postdocs, and professors from Chemical Engineering (CHEE) and Biomedical Sciences (DBMS) about biomedical research in graduate school – what to know, how to apply, skills you should have, differences between science and engineering research projects, career journeys, and more!

After the panel discussion we will have a poster session where attendees can look at the different types of research occurring at Queen’s in CHEE and DBMS departments and network with panelists and other attendees. Food, treats, coffee, and drinks will be served! This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students to get an idea of what graduate school is and have all of their questions about biomedical research answered!

Can’t wait to see you there!
Date: Monday October 22, 2018
Time: 5:30-7:30pm
Location: Dupuis Hall room 217

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CBS-KSC Annual General Meeting

Yesterday on October 10, 2018 CBS-KSC hosted our annual general meeting. We had a very interesting talk given by Dr. Roshni Rainbow, new assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Queen’s, about her research in developmentally-inspired musculoskeletal tissue engineering and the direction of her new lab. Following that, we held our election for the new executive team that will take over January 1, 2019. Thank you to everyone who came out to our AGM and voted!
Congratulations to our new 2019 CBS-KSC Executive Team!
  • President – Nathan Holwell (PhD candidate, Amsden lab)
  • Vice-President – Josiah McNutt (MASc candidate, Amsden lab)
  • Secretary – Sean Matthew (PhD candidate, Amsden lab)
  • Treasurer – Ali Motahari (MASc candidate, Fitzpatrick lab)
We are still seeking an Event Manager for 2019. If you are interested, please email us at biomaterialskingston@gmail.com to self-nominate!
 
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CBS-KSC Seminar & AGM

Please join us at our AGM on October 10th at 1:30 in the Charles Sorbie Room of the HMRC in KGH. Our Invited speaker, Dr. Roshni Rainbow will discuss integrating developmental biology with musculoskeletal tissue engineering. Then, we will have an election to select a new CBS-KSC executive team for 2019. 

Interested candidates can reach us at biomaterialskingston@gmail.com to express their interest to join CBS-KSC.

We are looking forward to seeing you there and are excited to welcome our new executive members!

 

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We’re hiring!

Interested in joining the executive team for the Canadian Biomaterials Society – Kingston Student Chapter?! We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to self-nominate to hold CBS-KSC executive positions for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Executive positions are: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Event Manager, and a description of each of the positions can be found here. We will also be recruiting new associate members once the new executive team has been formed.

Interested candidates need to send their name, degree program (Master’s vs. PhD), and the executive position for which they would like to run to biomaterialskingston@gmail.com by October 9th, 2018 at 5:00pm. 

Please consider running for CBS-KSC, and be sure to cast your vote! Elections will be held at our AGM, which is on October 10 at 2:30pm in the Charles Sorbie Room of the HMRC in KGH after a seminar by Dr. Roshni Rainbow.

Directions: Enter the hospital via the entrance on Stuart St that’s right beside the intersection of George St and Stuart St. Go through the door straight ahead to enter HMRC. There’s a desk with the secretary, Joan, and then the room is right past her desk on the right.