HeLTI Early Career Researcher and Trainee Seminar Series

Presenter Affiliation Date Topic/Title
Dr. Andraea Van Hulst Assistant Professor, Ingram School of Nursing, École des sciences infirmières Ingram, McGill University; HeLTI China November 2, 2023
8 am ET
Dr. William Fraser Professor, University of Sherbrooke; HeLTI China September 29, 2023
8 am ET
Approaches to design and analysis of complex intervention trials (flyer)
Dr. Jean-Patrice Baillargeon Professor, University of Sherbrooke; HeLTI China September 7, 2023
8 am ET
Transition from early career to mid-career to senior level researcher (flyer)
Dr. Kozeta Miliku Assistant Professor, Dept. of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto; HeLTI Canada June 7, 2023
8 am ET
Birth cohorts (flyer)
Dr. Kati Heinonen-Tuomaala Associate Professor, Tampere University, Finland & Visiting Professor, HeLTI Canada May 4, 2023
8 am ET
Early life adversities and child’s mental and cognitive development: Findings from Finnish cohorts (flyer)
Dr. Catherine Draper Associate Professor SAMRC Developmental Pathways for Health Research Unit, University of the Witwatersrand April 5, 2023
8 am ET
Process evaluation of the HeLTI South Africa trial: Lesson learned, current activities, and future plans (flyer)
Dr. Paraskevi Massara Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto March 7, 2023
8 am ET
Studying children growth in the digital area: A comprehensive machine learning pipeline (flyer)
Dr. Stephen Lye Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Medicine and Physiology at University of Toronto; Interim Director and Senior Investigator at Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Sinai Health; PI, HeLTI South-Africa February 16, 2023
8 am ET
The First 2000 Days: Translating Health to Policy (flyer)


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