May 23, 2024

QBIN Scientific Day 2024


QBIN Scientific Day 2024

We are pleased to invite you to the QBIN Scientific Day 2024, taking place in-person at Concordia University on May 23rd! This year's program will feature:

  • Keynote lecture by this year's William Feindel invitee, Professor Mickael Tanter (INSERM, Paris)
  • Keynote lectures by this year's Rising Star in Bio-Imaging in Quebec Awardees, Marie Brossard-Racine (McGill University) and Emily Coffey (Concordia University)
  • Flash-talk presentations and discussion sessions
  • A cocktail reception at the end of the day

Registration is free, but mandatory, and open to all. We look forward to welcoming you!

Workshop on the living lab approach to bio-imaging research

On May 22nd, prior to the Scientific Day, a half-day workshop on the living lab approach to bio-imaging research will take place at the same venue. Open to researchers at all stages of their career, this workshop will provide participants with practical strategies to implement the Living Lab approach to bio-imaging research.
Please note that registration for the workshop is limited. If you plan to attend the workshop, please register by April 26.

About QBIN

To learn more about QBIN and our mission, check out our website and the QBIN Blog! You can also subscribe to our monthly newsletter to stay up-to-date with events and news from the network.


Organizing Committee

Martin Lepage, Co-director
Christine Tardif, Co-director
Martine Dallaire, Administrative Coordinator
Estrid Jakobsen, Communications and Student Engagement Manager

Local Organizing Committee
Habib Benali, Chair
Emily Coffey
Claudine Gauthier
Tristan Glatard
Christophe Grova
Paula Lago
Hassan Rivaz
Sylvia Santosa
Christopher Steele

Location

Concordia University

John Molson Building, 1450, rue Guy Montréal, Quebec Canada, H3H 0A1

Registration period

March 27, 2024 - 08:00 until May 16, 2024 - 23:30

Submission period

March 27, 2024 - 08:00 until May 5, 2024 - 23:30

Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact rbiq@usherbrooke.ca .

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