CIRN/CCfV Research Education Series 2015 Fall/Winter Schedule

This series, jointly organized by the Canadian Immunization Research Network (CIRN) and the Canadian Center for Vaccinology (CCfV), includes one or two presentations and intermittently a CIRN Curriculum Case Study each month, available by webinar.

All webinars are one hour, starting at:

2:00 Newfoundland time,
1:30 Atlantic time,
12:30 Eastern time,
11:30 Central time,
10:30 Mountain time,
9:30 Pacific time.

NEXT seminar presentation:  Friday, September 25: Marina Ulanova, Groundwork for creating a vaccine to prevent invasive Haemophilus influenzae type a disease in Canadian Aboriginal communities

FUTURE presentations:
October 9: Cynthia Tram, Control of Chlamydia muridarum infection requires IL-17 receptor signaling
October 23: Katharine Brown, Participant Motivations for Phase I Vaccine Trials
November 20: David Fisman, TBD
December 11: Shelly Bolotin, Todd Hatchette, and Alberto Severini, Immunity of Canadians and Risk of Epidemics (iCARE): using sero-epidemiology to answer questions about population immunity to vaccine-preventable diseases
January 8: Heather Samson, IMPACT
January 22: CIRN Curriculum Case Study, TBD

Webinar guest connection

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  3. Connect to the webinar audio by phone (preferred because the quality is better) or through your computer. To connect by phone, enter the phone # where you are and include the extension if applicable. You will receive an automated telephone call with instructions to connect; you will not need a passcode. To join the meeting, hit “1”, then say your name after the tone (if you wish) and press #. It will take a few minutes to connect audio and visual. If you do not connect within 5 minutes please start over (as above).
  4. If you are not at your computer and wish to use dial-in (audio) only, call toll free  1-866-398-2885, pass code 774 160 8804 #.