ATI Seminar Series
The Alberta Transplant Institute Seminar Series is a forum for discussion of the latest advances in transplantation and an opportunity to highlight the great work of Institute members. It is a platform to develop collaborations within the Transplant groups and learn from each other. This series also features high-quality international speakers who are world leaders in transplantation. The Seminar Series is presented in collaboration with the University of Calgary.
Seminars are presented every Wednesday, Sept-June
in Classroom D (Room 2F1.04 WMC)
Call for Speakers: If you would like to present your research at the ATI Seminar, or if you have suggestions for topics and/or speakers, please contact email@example.com. We currently have a number of openings for Winter 2017.
In Edmonton, the ATI Seminar is hosted by Dr. Simon Urschel and Dr. Luis Hidalgo. In Calgary, the seminar is hosted by Dr. Faisal Khan.
If you wish to be added to the distribution list for announcements of the weekly seminars, or you have a suggested topic or speaker, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Self Registration Is Now In Effect!
Within 2 weeks of each seminar, please register your attendance and provide your feedback. This information is required for our metrics reporting. Our registration platform is computer and mobile friendly! Click on the links below to go to the online self-registration portal.
ATI Seminar Self-Registration - Edmonton
ATI Seminar Self-Registration - Calgary
Upcoming Presentations at the ATI Seminar Series
Apr 26: Dr. Sonny Dhanani (University of Ottawa), "When is dead......really dead?"
May 3: There is no ATI Seminar Scheduled this week
May 10: Dr. Colin Anderson "Does real transplant tolerance require chimerism? From the dangers of danger theory to the challenges of lymphopenia"
May 17: Dr. Steven Greenway "An update on the microbiome in transplantation"
Dr. Matt Weiss (visiting speaker), title TBA
Dr. Shane Grey (visiting speaker), title TBA. Joint seminar with the Alberta Diabetes Institute