Six graduate students will be displaying their research posters and competing for the research poster prize valued at up to $1,500 for travel, accommodation and expenses at the Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS) conference this May:
Short-term activation of 5-Hydroxytryptamine type 7 receptor is neuroprotective against NMDA-induced excitotoxicity
Colorectal cancer cells made resistant to SN-38 gain an increased adhesive capacity for the extracellular matrix protein fibronectin through increased expression of integrin á5
Risk of Falls Associated with Anticonvulsant Use in the Ambulatory Elderly Population: A Systematic Review
CYP1A2 Binding Studies of Novel Tacrine Derivatives
Estrogen receptor is a target for novel leukemia stem cell therapeutics
DNA Ministrings: linear-covalently closed minivectors for use in non-viral gene therapy
Each poster will be assess on scientific content, visual presentation and ease of comprehension, and the student’s oral presentation and discussion of their work. Our assessors are Dr. Sherilyn Houle, Dr. Cynthia Richard and Dr. Jamie Joseph.
This is great experience for our students and we’d love to see faculty and colleagues come out and support them.
Hope to see you there!