It’s a new year and we’ve got many exciting events planned!
Guest Speaker: Dr. Terry Hébert
We’re proud to announce the first guest speaker for the 2013-2014 Lecture Series: the incomparable Dr. Terry Hébert, professor of Pharmacology and Therapeutics and director of the Hébert Lab here at McGill.
Did you know that bacterial immunity has developed for all currently available antibiotics? Widespread use and misuse of antibiotics in medicine, farming, and agriculture have led to the emergence of more and more resistant strains. Dr. Hébert will talk about antibiotic resistance, the arms race against ever-evolving bacteria, and the impact on global health.
When: 6 pm on March 13, 2014
Where: Lady Meredith Annex (next to McIntyre Building)
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/667956253260556/
Taiwan Program 2014 Application Open!
We have just opened the application form for the Taiwan Public Health Exchange 2014! It will be taking place in May (open to all McGill students) and late June 2014 (open to Medical Students only) for about 2 weeks. It’s a wonderful and extremely educational experience. The deadline is Friday, January 17, 2014 at 11:59pm. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind opportunity!
NB. There is NO program fee of $100 this year (despite anything you might have seen on the advertisement material). Enjoy!
For more information about the Taiwan program, please visit: http://muchsp.com/taiwan-program/
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Meet Past Participants
Interested in applying for this years Taiwan Public Health Exchange 2014!?! Join CHSP for the Taiwan Meet and Greet and have your questions answered by past participants and executives.
Friday November 15
Lev Bukhman, SSMU
For more information about our past and future events, visit our News Page.
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