Department of Psychiatry

Events Calendar

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Cognitive Functioning and the Regulation of Attention -Dr. Lynn Hasher 3:30 pm
Cognitive Functioning and the Regulation of Attention -Dr. Lynn Hasher @ The Jacob Family Theatre in the Posluns Auditorium, Baycrest
Jan 9 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Baycrest Rotman Research Institute Rounds Speaker | Dr. Lynn Hasher, Professor, Department of Psychology, U of T; Senior Scientist, Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest
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Neuroligins at Inhibitory Synapses – From Synaptogenesis to Autism Spectrum Disorders –  Dr. Nils Brose 1:00 pm
Neuroligins at Inhibitory Synapses – From Synaptogenesis to Autism Spectrum Disorders –  Dr. Nils Brose @ KDT seminar room, 4KD503, Krembil Discovery Tower, Toronto Western Hospital
Jan 12 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Krembil Research Institute Special Seminar Series
Maternal behavior, oxytocin, and synaptic plasticity – Dr. Robert Froemke 3:00 pm
Maternal behavior, oxytocin, and synaptic plasticity – Dr. Robert Froemke @ Rm. 2170,Medical Sciences Building,1King's College Circle,U of T
Jan 12 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
peaker   I Dr. Robert  Froemke, Assistant  Professor  of  Otolaryngology, Neuroscience  & Physiology,Skirball Institute, NYU School of Medicine; Center for Neural Science, NYU  
On the role of neurotransmitter signaling in the establishment of neuronal synaptic connectivity – Dr Nils Brose 4:00 pm
On the role of neurotransmitter signaling in the establishment of neuronal synaptic connectivity – Dr Nils Brose @ Rm. 2170, Medical Sciences Building,1King's College Circle,U ofT
Jan 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dr. Nils Brose, Professor and Director, Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine,Gottingen, Germany CPIN Trainees should fill the online lecture report form following the lecture  
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Performing Psychiatry 2017 7:00 pm
Performing Psychiatry 2017 @ Innis Town Hall
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Performing Psychiatry celebrates the wealth of artistic talent manifest (and hidden) in our students, residents, fellows, staff, and colleagues from all mental health disciplines within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. This[...]
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Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum Disorders 8:00 am
Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum Disorders @ BMO Conference and Education Centre, Toronto Western Hospital
Jan 21 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum Disorders     Dr. Julian Bailes NorthShore University and University of Chicago Presenting: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurodegeneration Dr. Grant Iverson, Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital[...]
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UTPsychiatry Division of Psychotherapies, Health-Humanities & Education Scholarship (PHES) City-wide Rounds–Arno Kumagai 10:30 am
UTPsychiatry Division of Psychotherapies, Health-Humanities & Education Scholarship (PHES) City-wide Rounds–Arno Kumagai @ Mt. Sinai Hospital
Jan 27 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
UTPsychiatry Division of Psychotherapies, Health-Humanities & Education Scholarship (PHES) City-wide Rounds--Arno Kumagai @ Mt. Sinai Hospital
Arno Kumagai, Vice Chair, Education — Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Kumagai received his B.A. in Comparative Literature from U.C. Berkeley and his M.D. from UCLA School of Medicine. He completed a[...]
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Stem Cells: The Next Generation Conference 10:00 am
Stem Cells: The Next Generation Conference @ Bahen Centre for Information Technology
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Stem Cells: The Next Generation Conference   Bahen Centre for Information Technology The University of Toronto’s SSSCR chapter is organizing a day-long conference encompassing the many advancements towards the improvement of medicine using stem cells. It[...]
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Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum Disorders @ BMO Conference and Education Centre, Toronto Western Hospital
Jan 21 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Fifth Annual Symposium: Research on the Concussion Spectrum Disorders  

 

Dr. Julian Bailes
NorthShore University and University of Chicago

Presenting: Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurodegeneration

Dr. Grant Iverson,
Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital

Presenting: Predictors of Clinical Recovery Following Sport-Related Concussion

Mr. Ken Dryden

Update: The State of Play – Where We Are, and Where We Go from Here

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PGY-2 Core Curriculum
Jan 25 all-day
PGY-2 Core Curriculum
Jan 25 all-day
PGY-1 Core Curriculum @ RS2029
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
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UTPsychiatry Division of Psychotherapies, Health-Humanities & Education Scholarship (PHES) City-wide Rounds–Arno Kumagai @ Mt. Sinai Hospital
Jan 27 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

image001Arno Kumagai, Vice Chair, Education — Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Kumagai received his B.A. in Comparative Literature from U.C. Berkeley and his M.D. from UCLA School of Medicine. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine and an Endocrine fellowship and postdoc at UCLA. Dr. Kumagai comes from the University of Michigan Medical School where he has been on faculty since 1996 and is Professor of Medicine and Medical Education. An endocrinologist with expertise in the intensive management of type 1 diabetes mellitus, Dr. Kumagai is an internationally recognized educational scholar. After a career in bench research, Dr. Kumagai remarkably shifted his research interests from looking into the molecular mechanisms of diabetic complications to medical education. His current interests include use of narratives in medical education, transformative learning, faculty development, critical pedagogy, and multicultural education.

Dr. Kumagai’s excellence in integration of humanism in medical education is internationally recognized. He is the recipient of numerous teaching awards, including the AAMC/Pfizer Award for Humanism in Medical Education, the Leonard Towe Award for Humanism in Medicine, the Kaiser Permanente Award for Teaching Excellence, and the University of Michigan’s Provost Innovative Teaching Prize and the University of Michigan’s Distinguished Leaders in Diversity Award. He also currently serves on the Editorial Board of Academic Medicine.

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Stem Cells: The Next Generation Conference @ Bahen Centre for Information Technology
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Stem Cells: The Next Generation Conference  

Bahen Centre for Information Technology

The University of Toronto’s SSSCR chapter is organizing a day-long conference encompassing the many advancements towards the improvement of medicine using stem cells. It will imbue the discoveries and progress in stem cell research with connections to ethics and policies, innovation and technology, utilizing a multidisciplinary approach to examine the future of the field. Researchers from a number of hospitals and institutions in Toronto will be invited to present their current work to an expected audience of over 200 on the topic of stem cells and their potential to revolutionize the next generation of medicine. Furthermore,speakers will have the opportunity to conduct smaller-scale discussions,examining questions and ideas regarding their specialities within the field.Graduate students will also be invited to present their research. Finally,there will be a panel discussion towards the end of the day looking at leading issues surrounding stem cells in medicine. This conference will provide an opportunity for both undergraduates and high school students to gain insightful information regarding research and policy, to connect with researchers and professionals, and to discover the promising field of stem cells and regenerative medicine.

Website: 
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PGY-2 Core Curriculum
Feb 1 all-day
PGY-1 Core Curriculum @ RS2029
Feb 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Use of Big Data In Neurodevelopmental Disorders mini-symposia  @ Peter Gilgan Centre for Research & Learning
Feb 3 @ 8:30 am – 1:30 pm

The NMH mini-symposia series brings together fundamental and clinical researchers, clinicians, and research and clinical trainees on a topic of interest in neurosciences and mental health.  Three times per year the NMH program runs a half-day mini-symposium designed to appeal to the broad scientific/research community. The format for each symposium features five speakers who present talks ranging from 30 to 50 minutes on a topic of their choice related to the overall theme.

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PGY-2 Core Curriculum
Feb 8 all-day