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11th QBIN Scientific Day

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2019-03-29

Registrations closing date: 2019-03-25

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4545, Queen-Mary Rd
Montreal (Qc) H3W 1W5

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Program

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  1. 11e Journée Programme

This Event is Free!

Remember this date: Friday, March 29, 2019

The RBIQ will hold its 11th Scientific Day on Friday, March 29, 2019 at the CRIUGM Maurice Group Amphitheater, 4545 Queen Mary Road in Montreal.

On the program, the results of projects funded by the RBIQ will be presented to us. Two students who have benefited from a training scholarship abroad will share their new learning. As every year, there will be a general meeting of the members.

For submission abstracts (N=60) go HERE. A two-hour period will be devoted to the presentation of the scientific posters of the students. Four prizes will be awarded for the best presentations at the end of the day.

Two lectures of general interest will be presented to you, followed by the 13th William Feindel NeuroImaging Lecture, given this year by Dr. Cheryl Gray of the University of Toronto.

Do not miss: the two winning videos of the Popular Science competition (https://rbiq-qbin.qc.ca/Home)

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4545, Queen-Mary Rd
Montreal (Qc) H3W 1W5

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Remember this date: Friday, March 29, 2019

The RBIQ will hold its 11th Scientific Day on Friday, March 29, 2019 at the CRIUGM Maurice Group Amphitheater, 4545 Queen Mary Road in Montreal.

On the program, the results of projects funded by the RBIQ will be presented to us. Two students who have benefited from a training scholarship abroad will share their new learning. As every year, there will be a general meeting of the members.

For submission abstracts (N=60) go HERE. A two-hour period will be devoted to the presentation of the scientific posters of the students. Four prizes will be awarded for the best presentations at the end of the day.

Two lectures of general interest will be presented to you, followed by the 13th William Feindel NeuroImaging Lecture, given this year by Dr. Cheryl Gray of the University of Toronto.

Do not miss: the two winning videos of the Popular Science competition (https://rbiq-qbin.qc.ca/Home)

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