Emerging Research in Action: CanFASD Trainee Webinar Series
For the past several months, eight trainees have engaged in the novel CanFASD Trainee Program led by Dr. Kelly Harding. Trainees have had the opportunity to advance their skill sets by having the opportunity to learn from CanFASD staff, research leads, the prevention network action team (pNAT), members of the CanFASD Family Advisory Committee (FAC) and the CanFASD Adults FASD Expert Collaboration Team (AFECT).
Split across two webinar (May 27th and June 3rd), the eight trainees will now present on a research project that has recently been completed or is under way. This is a chance for webinar attendees to learn what the next generation of Canadian FASD researchers are accomplishing, to hear new research findings, and to look forward to forthcoming study results. Please join us to support our trainees and learn about emerging Canadian FASD research!
Following registration, you will receive a single link that can be used to attend both the May 27th and the June 3rd webinars.
May 27th: Ella Huber, Sarah Moss, Chantel Ritter, and Devon
June 3rd: Shae Mulvihill, Celisse Bibr, Kirsten Morrisson, and Vannesa Joly
Both webinars will be hosted by Dr. Kelly Harding.
May 27, 2022 01:00 PM
Jun 3, 2022 01:00 PM
Time shows in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Click here to register.