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In June, the RQR workshop will be about: “How to write a scientific paper“. This workshop will be presented by Drs. Marc-André Sirard (in French), Greg FitzHarris, Sarah Kimmins and Hugh Clarke.

Date : June 16th, 2021.
Time : 1:00 PM

Zoom link :
ID de réunion : 878 2783 0187                   Code secret : 874555



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In April, the RQR workshop will be about: “Biostatistics: the Basics“. This workshop will be presented by Dr. Helen Trottier, PhD, associate professor at UdeM-Hôpital Ste-Justine.

Date : April 29th, 2021.
Time : Noon

Zoom link :
Meeting ID: 918 1446 8625     Pass Code: 938381



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The next RQR training workshop will be about “The Career after graduate studies”. This workshop will be presented by Dr. Patrick Blondin. PhD, R&D director at Semex/Boviteq.

Date : March 25th, 2021.
Time : Noon

Zoom link :
Meeting ID: 987 9881 3807     Pass Code: 422838

Transition from Academia to Entrepreneurship

Laila Benameur

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The next RQR online workshop will focus on the transition from Academic to Entrepreneurship. The Workshop will be moderated by Laila Benameur, entrepreneur and researcher with expertise in nanosciences and nanotoxicology. She has over 10 years of research and development experience with a particular interest in environmental sciences and circular economy. Laila’s scientific background and passion for the environment led her to co-found the company Impact Santé R&D specialized in the development of innovative and compostable solutions to reduce plastic and organic waste. Laila is currently coordinator of scientific entrepreneurship at the District 3 Innovation Center in collaboration with the Quebec Research Funds.

Date : December 8th, 2020.
Time : Noon

Zoom link :
Meeting ID: 992 7302 1284     Pass Code: 660742


The next RQR workshop will be in collaboration with Bio-Rad on Flow cytometry, a technique used for a wide range of applications in different fields of research as well as in clinical diagnostic setting.

The first part of this workshop will offer an introduction to flow cytometry followed by examples showing different flow cytometry applications.

The second part of the workshop will be about optimizing flow cytometry experiments. We will cover Sample preparation, Panel design – choice of fluorochromes, Controls, Compensation and will end with Data analysis.

Lunch will be provided!

This workshop will also broadcast by GoToMeeting.

Université McGill, 3700 rue McTavish, Montréal

Date : March 24th, 2020.
Time : 10:30 am to 2:30pm
Room : EDUC 338

To register:
Cathy Froment, Gestionnaire du RQR
450 773-8521 poste 8221