Archive | February 2018

2018 ATI Research Day Abstract Submission closes March 26, 2018

The 2018 Alberta Transplant Institute Research Day will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018, in ECHA L1 level. Dr. Doris Taylor (Texas Heart Institute) will give the plenary address.

Call for Abstracts – ATI Research Day 2018

Abstracts on donation and transplantation related research must be submitted online by midnight on Sunday, March 26, 2018.The maximum length for abstracts is 250 words.

Prizes for best trainee presentation and posters will be awarded, and some travel support will be available for trainees from Calgary.
**Abstracts must be submitted by midnight, Monday March 26, 2018**

Submit your abstract here  Please note – Registration is a separate process from abstract submission – please register if you will be attending part or all of our research day.

Register for Research Day here

Visit our ATI Research Day 2018 webpage

Clinical Research Updates

  • Expert Clinical Trialist Panel Q&A –  February 28 (2:00pm)
  • Research Contracts 101 –  March 22 (2:00pm)
  • Implementation Science – April 5 (2:00pm) – details to follow
  • March 1 (4:30pm) in Bernard Snell Hall
  • An information session about the forthcoming Clinical Information System – Connect Care.
  • September 12 – 14 in Banff, Alberta
  • Abstract deadline: March 1
  • The theme of this year’s annual forum is: Linked Data – Improving Lives to discuss research and innovation in the area of linked population data science and population impact.

Upcoming ATI Seminars

Mar 7: Dr. Phil Halloran and Dr. Kieran Halloran, “Launching the Molecular Microscope in heart and lung transplants”

Mar 14: Dr. Faisal Khan, title TBA

Mar 21: Dr. Luis Hidalgo, “Strengths and Limitations of Actual and Virtual Crossmatches”

Mar 28: Dr. Esme Dijke, title TBA

Apr 4: Dr. Lee Anne Tibbles, title TBA

 

If you would like to present your research please contact karen.hunter@ualberta.ca. The ATI Seminar Series is a great opportunity to promote your research, whether you’re an investigator or trainee! We have some spots left this spring, and are also booking for Fall 2018.

Clinical Research Update

1. Clinical Research Seminar Series

Expert Clinical Trialist Panel Q&A: February 28

2. Campus Alberta Health Outcomes & Public Health Annual Provincial Forum

Save the date (May 9) for the upcoming Campus Alberta Annual Provincial Forum in Calgary, Alberta. This year’s theme is: In Defence of Public Health: Strengthening Our Discipline and Building Influence

3. CIHR Peer Review Observer Program for Early Career Investigators

Early career investigators (within 60 months of their first academic appointment) are encouraged to apply to the peer review observer program.
Deadline: February 21

 

ATI Research Day 2018: Abstract Submission opens March 1!

The Alberta Transplant Institute Research Day will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018.

Abstracts on donation and transplantation related research will be accepted beginning March 1, and must submitted online by midnight on Sunday, March 26, 2018.

The maximum length for abstracts is 250 words.

The online links for abstract submission and conference registration will be available on the ATI website and will also be distributed through email and the Sosido news letter.

Prior to submitting your abstract, ensure that all co-authors have approved of the abstract submission, publication, and potential presentation. Abstracts cannot be changed or withdrawn after April 1, 2018.

The plenary address, The William H. Lakey Lecture in Transplantation, will be given by Dr. Doris Taylor of the Texas Heart Institute.

Visit the ATI Research Day 2018 website for more details.

Upcoming ATI Seminars

Feb 21: Dr. Lori West, “Next Generation of Canadian National and International Donation and Transplant Research Collaboration”

Feb 28: speaker needed

Mar 7: speaker needed

Mar 14: Dr. Faisal Khan, title TBA

Mar 21: Dr. Luis Hidalgo, “Strengths and Limitations of Actual and Virtual Crossmatches”

Mar 28: Dr. Esme Dijke, title TBA

 

If you would like to present your research please contact karen.hunter@ualberta.ca. The ATI Seminar Series is a great opportunity to promote your research, whether you’re an investigator or trainee! We are still looking for speakers for spring – especially for February and March!

Within 2 weeks of each seminar, please register your attendance and provide your feedback. This information is required for our metrics reporting. Our registration platform is computer and mobile friendly! Click on the links below to go to the online self-registration portal.

You can now register and provide feedback on two seminars during the same self-registration session. Please note that you do not have to register in advance to attend a seminar – simply show up.

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Edmonton

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Calgary

Upcoming ATI Seminars

Feb 14: Dr. Paul Kantor, “Is a “Nudge” enough ? Behavioural Economics and Cardiac Transplantation Efficiency in Alberta from 2007-2016”

Feb 21: Dr. Lori West, title TBA

Feb 28: speaker needed

Mar 7: speaker needed

 

If you would like to present your research please contact karen.hunter@ualberta.ca. The ATI Seminar Series is a great opportunity to promote your research, whether you’re an investigator or trainee! We are still looking for speakers for spring – especially for February and March!

Within 2 weeks of each seminar, please register your attendance and provide your feedback. This information is required for our metrics reporting. Our registration platform is computer and mobile friendly! Click on the links below to go to the online self-registration portal.

You can now register and provide feedback on two seminars during the same self-registration session. Please note that you do not have to register in advance to attend a seminar – simply show up.

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Edmonton

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Calgary

Clinical Research Update

1. Clinical Research Seminar Series

Research Contracts 101: February 13 – CANCELLED (to be rescheduled for March)
Expert Clinical Trialist Panel Q&A: February 28

2. Campus Alberta Health Outcomes & Public Health Annual Provincial Forum

Save the date (May 9) for the upcoming Campus Alberta Annual Provincial Forum in Calgary, Alberta. This year’s theme is: In Defence of Public Health: Strengthening Our Discipline and Building Influence

3. CIHR Peer Review Observer Program for Early Career Investigators

Early career investigators (within 60 months of their first academic appointment) are encouraged to apply to the peer review observer program.
Deadline: February 21

4. Covenant Health Research Day 2018

Covenant Health Research Day will take place on February 12 at the Grey Nuns Hospital. This year’s theme is: Addiction and Caring for this Vulnerable Population.

ATI Research Day 2018 – Call for Abstracts!

The Alberta Transplant Institute Research Day will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2018.

Abstracts on donation and transplantation related research will be accepted beginning March 1, and must submitted online by midnight on Sunday, March 26, 2018.

The maximum length for abstracts is 250 words.

The online links for abstract submission and conference registration will be available on the ATI website and will also be distributed through email and the Sosido news letter.

Prior to submitting your abstract, ensure that all co-authors have approved of the abstract submission, publication, and potential presentation. Abstracts cannot be changed or withdrawn after April 1, 2018.

Upcoming ATI Seminars

Feb 14: Dr. Paul Kantor, “Is a “Nudge” enough ? Behavioural Economics and Cardiac Transplantation Efficiency in Alberta from 2007-2016”

Feb 21: TBA

Feb 28: speaker needed

Mar 7: speaker needed

 

If you would like to present your research please contact karen.hunter@ualberta.ca. The ATI Seminar Series is a great opportunity to promote your research, whether you’re an investigator or trainee! We are still looking for speakers for spring – especially for February and March!

Within 2 weeks of each seminar, please register your attendance and provide your feedback. This information is required for our metrics reporting. Our registration platform is computer and mobile friendly! Click on the links below to go to the online self-registration portal.

You can now register and provide feedback on two seminars during the same self-registration session. Please note that you do not have to register in advance to attend a seminar – simply show up.

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Edmonton

ATI Seminar Self-Registration – Calgary