Conferences & Events
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
Conferences & Events
Welcome to the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Conferences & Events Page.
Here you will find information on upcoming conferences, events, and workshops.
AHS - Graduate Seminar Series Winter 2016 Schedule
Times and location: Tuesdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm, TH 248
January 12 - Sport, Leisure and Class Identity: Exploring Social and Spatial Intersections with Dr. Erin Sharpe, Dept of Recreation and Leisure Studies.
January 19 - Investigation of the Time Dependent Influence of Extracellular Osmotic Stress on Protein Turnover in Skeletal Muscle Cells with Mike McAlpine, PhD student.
January 26 - Cheating in Sport: It's Meanings and Moral Ambiguities with Dr. Danny Rosenberg, Dept of Kinesiology and Graduate students from the University of Tsukuba, Japan.
February 2 - The effect of adverse childhood experiences (ACES) on child health and development with Dr. Terry Wade, Dept of Health Sciences.
February 9 - Integrated knowledge translation in health systems research with Dr. Madelyn Law, Dept of Health Sciences.
February 16 - No classes - Reading week
February 23 - Body image blues no more: putting a positive spin on the study of body image with Dr. Kim Gammage, Dept of Kinesiology
March 1 - Clinical exercise testingin in pediatrics - methods & applications with Dr. Paolo Pianosi, Mayo Clinic
March 8 - Positive Youth Development within Organized Sport with Matthew Marini, PhD student.
March 15 - Exploring the Ecological Self with Eric Windhorst, PhD student.
March 22 - Novel effects of exercise on BACE1 cotent and activity with Dr. Rebecca MacPherson, Guelph University
March 29 - 5P27 project presentations with Dr. Jason Liu and students, Dept of Health Sciences
April 5 - Health: Absence of Disease or State of Well-being? Thematic Presentation 2: the arguments.
April 12 - Health: Absence of Disease or State of Well-being? Thematic Presentation 2: the debate.
April 19 - The Mindfulness Experiment with Dr. Paula Gardner, Dept of Health Sciences.
April 26 - Investigating the roles of core and local temperature on forearm skin blood flow with Matt Mallette, PhD student.