Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine at Queen's University Kingston Ontario Canada
The Dr. Nathan Kaufman Series
2017 October 17The Ninth Nathan Kaufman Visiting Lecture was delivered by Janis Taube, MD, MSc - Director of Dermatology Division and Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - "Emerging Immunologic Biomarkers"
2015 May 21The Eighth Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by John Bartlett, Transformative Pathology, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR), Toronto, ON. "If breast cancers are rare diseases - how will we treat them?"
2013 October 24The Seventh Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by Randy Gascoyne, University of British Columbia, BC Cancer Agency and BC Cancer Research Centre, Vancouver, BC. "Hodgkin Lymphoma: From Discovery to Clinical Translation"
2011 September 20The Sixth Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by Thomas Hudson, President and Scientific Director, the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Toronto, ON. "Large Scale Genomics in Cancer"
2006 November 28The fifth Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by Dr. David Huntsman (University of British Columbia) in Richardson Labs Amphitheatre at 16:00, on "Hereditary diffuse gastric cancer: pathology, genetics, and clinical management"
2004 November 04The fourth Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by Professor Dr. Dietrich Keppler (University of Heidelberg, Germany) in Richardson Labs Amphitheatre at 16:00, on "Transport Into and Out of the Liver: Molecular Basis and Pathology".
2003 March 10The third Nathan Kaufman Lecture was delivered by Professor Ulf Lindahl (Uppsala Sweden) in Botterell Hall B143 at 16:00, on "Heparan Sulfate - a Versatile Polysaccharide: Structure, Biosynthesis and Function".
2002 January 10The second Nathan Kaufman Lecture was given by Dr. Janet Rossant (Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto) on "Signalling Pathways in Early Mouse Development" in the Richardson Labs Ampthitheatre at 16:00.
2000 May 09The first Nathan Kaufman Lecture was given by Dr. Errol C. Friedberg (University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas) on "Defective Nucleotide Excision, Repair and Cancer: From Manto Yeast to Mice" in the Etherington Hall Auditorium at 16:00.
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