High School Session on the Science Behind Mental Health

Wednesday, April 1, 2015 | 12:30 to 2:30pm

Research Matters is inviting high school classes in the GTAH to a free panel discussion on mental health research and its impacts on our daily lives. Researchers from universities across Ontario will discuss how their research is impacting the lives of high school students or their families.

Meet the Panel

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Tracy Vaillancourt
University of Ottawa

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Peter Hall
University of Waterloo

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Diana Coholic
Laurentian University

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Francesco Leri
University of Guelph

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Allan Kaplan
University of Toronto

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Panel Moderator
Natricia Drummond
York University

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Welcome 12:30 – 12:40PM
Researcher Panel Discussion 12:40 – 1:50PM
Q&A 1:50 – 2:10PM
Conclusions 2:10 – 2:20PM
Departure 2:20- 2:30PM

More Information

This panel discussion is being held as part of the Ontario and Canada Research Chairs Symposium on April 1 and 2 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The symposium will showcase the important contributions that Ontario researchers make to issues affecting the prosperity and well-being of Ontarians.

For your information there is a food court located directly across from the convention centre in the Simcoe Place building.

Please contact us for school bus information.

To register your class or for more information please contact Dominika Flood at yourontarioresearch@cou.on.ca.


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