As part of Alumni Day at Homecoming, the Faculty of Medicine will be showcasing some of the exciting work currently happening in various departments. For a full list of the exhibits see the bottom of this email orgo to our website.
WHEN: Saturday, September 16 TIME: 3:30 – 5:00 pm WHERE: Lobby – School of Population and Public Health – 2206 East Mall, Vancouver WHO: Everyone is welcome – with a special invite to Faculty of Medicine alumni, former residents and their families.
ALUMNI DAY AT HOMECOMING
See here for the full schedule of Alumni Day at Homecoming. Pleaseregister for Alumni Day and get your free pass to on campus attractions and more! No RSVP is required for the Faculty Showcase and Reception.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 604-875-4111 x62032.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE SHOWCASE EXHIBITS
The BeeOMICS Project – Sustaining and securing Canada’s honey bees
Honey bees contribute at least $4.6 billion annually to the economy and without them our food security would be jeopardized. Meet some of these remarkable little guys and find out how the development of new genomic and proteomic tools are ensuring their survival.
Cycling in Cities
Cycling – it’s good for you, your wallet and your world. So why don’t more of us do it? Join Professor Kay Teschke from UBC’s School of Population and Public Health to create your very own risk-benefit analysis of cycling in Vancouver and learn more about where in Metro Vancouver you can cycle.
NINET (Non-Invasive Neurostimulation Therapies)
Join Dr. Fidel Vila-Rodriquez and his team as they take a look into the dark recesses of the human brain – maybe even yours!
Pathology and Innovation – Hearts, Lungs and Human Tissues
Explore the ins and outs of real hearts and lungs and discover the future with human tissue created from a 3D printer!
Radiology in Motion
Want to really see what it’s like to be a radiologist? Try your hand at a game designed to simulate one of the common procedures that radiologists perform – biopsy of solid organs in the body. This is sure to be a ‘grape’ experience!
SCOPE – Live 5-2-1-0 (SCOPE – Sustainable Childhood Obesity Prevention through Community Engagement)
Participate in their fun-filled onsite activities and learn more about SCOPE and the LIVE 5-2-1-0 initiative and how you, your family and your community can get involved.