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NEWS from Richardson Lab EVENTS

Appointment of Associate Head, Research,

Posted 2018 Sept 11


I am pleased to announce that effective immediately Dr. David Lillicrap will assume the position of Associate Head, Research, for the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine at Queen's University.

Through the creation of this new position the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University recognizes our Department's exceptionally successful research program, our ongoing growth and the value Dr. Lillicrap will provide in an increasingly challenging research environment. David will continue to Chair the Departmental Research Committee and provide strategic planning leadership but will now also assume oversight of research related departmental finances, infrastructure, grant applications and faculty development.

Dr. David Lillicrap is a Professor in the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine, holds a CRC Tier I Chair in Molecular Hemostasis and is a Career Investigator in the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. David is an internationally recognized expert on the molecular basis of common bleeding disorders who runs a highly active research program within the Richardson Laboratory of the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine.

Please join me in welcoming David in his new role
Alexander H. Boag, MD, FRCPC

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Sunday, 23 September 2018 02:13 pm events

Monday September 24
8:30-9:30 Autopsy Conference - CANCELLED
1:00-2:00 Hematopathology Review - Richardson Lab Rm. 107
2:30-4:30 Path425 - Richardson Lab Room 101- Dr. Crocker

Tuesday September 25
9:00-10:00 Neuropathology Conference - Autopsy Conference Rm.
10:45-11:45 Resident Slide Session - Multihead Microscope Rm. - Dr. M. Pollanen, Chief Forensic Pathologist for Ontario
1:30-2:30 Special Seminar - Richardson Lab Amphitheatre - Dr. M. Pollanen, Chief Forensic Pathologist for Ontario Nodding Syndrome: Emergence of an epidemic neurologic disease in post-conflict Uganda
2:00-3:00 GI Conference - Multihead Microscope Rm.
2:30-4:30 Path425 - Richardson Lab Room 101- Dr. Feilotter / Henry Wong

Wednesday September 26
8:00-8:55 Resident Slide Review Session - Richardson Lab Rm. 102 - Dr. M. Khara
10:00-10:55 Micro Multihead - Microscope Rm. - Dr. T. Wang
11:00-11:55 Oral & Nasal Cavity/Pharynx/Larynx - Richardson Lab Rm. 102 - Dr. D. Hurlbut

Thursday September 27
11:30-12:30 Grand Round - Richardson Lab Amphitheatre - Dr. L. Mulligan Exploiting insights on the RET receptor for personalized cancer medicine

Friday September 28
9:00-9:30 Gross Rounds - CANCELLED
1:30-2:30 Hematopathology Morphology Round - Autopsy Conference Rm.


Wednesday 2018 September 19 - Last date to drop fall term classes without financial penalty

Thu-Fri 2018 October 25-26 - Fall mid-term break - no classes

Friday 2018 November 02 - Last date to drop fall term classes without academic penalty

Friday 2018 November 30 - Fall Term Classes end

Friday 2018 December 21 - Last day of exams

Monday 2019 January 07 - Winter term classes begin

Friday 2019 January 19 - Last date to drop winter term classes without financial penalty

Tue-Fri 2019 February 19-22 - Winter midterm Reading Week

Friday 2019 April 05 - Winter Term Classes end


Wednesday 2018 November 14
4:00-5:00 Etherington Auditorium, 94 Stuart St, Queen's University Kingston Ontario. The 2018 Dr. David M. Robertson Visiting Lectureship.
Guest Lecturer Dr. Anthony E. Lang will present "Parkinson's Disease 2018: Selected Important Developments Over the Past 30 Years".
Dr. Anthony Lang is an internationally acclaimed Neurologist and Investigator in the field of Parkinson's disease and related Movement Disorders. Dr. Lang is a Professor at the University of Toronto, where he holds the Jack Clark Chair for Parkinson's Disease Research. He is the Director of the Edmond J. Safra Program in Parkinson's Disease and the Morton and Gloria Shulman Movement Disorders Clinic and he holds the Lily Safra Chair in Movement Disorders at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network. He has published over 600 peer-reviewed papers and over 100 book chapters and is one of the most highly cited investigators in the field of Movement Disorders.