Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences

Promoting and advancing molecular understanding of biology

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Student Activities

CSMB 2016 Video Challenge

The CSMB is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Video Challenge for trainees.

1st Prize:  Kaitlin Kharas   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLY-WOhYPz0&feature=youtu.be
2nd Prize:  Vivian Chu  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5fz-5TdwAc
3rd Prize:  Ali Yaghini   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8IYiISFwrI

For more information about Kaitlin Kharas and this year’s Video Challenge go to the CSMB 2016 Video Challenge webpage .


  

CSMB support for graduate  student activities

The CSMB will provide financial support to graduate student societies for a variety of activities related to biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology or genetics. Examples of supported activities include (but are not restricted to) the following:

Scientific Symposium Days, with invited scientists speaking on subjects in the areas of biochemistry, molecular biology or cell biology.

Student Research Conferences, where students display their research work as posters, or give oral presentations.

Career Fairs or Career Workshops in areas related to biochemistry, molecular biology or cell biology.

The society will support up to six events each year, to a maximum of $500 per event, on a competitive basis. Student organizations seeking financial support under this program should contact the society Secretary (see below), with a short description of the planned event and the amount of funding requested. The request should also include a Regular Member of the Society as a Sponsor/Coordinator, working with the Student Organization. Requests will be accepted twice each year (up to 3 possible awards for each competition), with deadlines of February 15 and September 15.

Dr. James Davie
Secretary of the CSMB
University of Manitoba
Children's Hospital Research Institute of MB
600A-715 McDermot Avenue, JBRC
Winnipeg, MB R3E 3P4
Tel: (204) 975-7732
Email: jim.davie@umanitoba.ca

For CSMB society related queries contact Dr. James Davie at jim.davie@umanitoba.ca
For Web related queries contact contact@csmb-scbm.ca

 

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