Webinar: Biologics and Biosimilars

Biopharmaceuticals, or Biologics have successfully improved the care of several hard to treat conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease and cancer. More of these complex biological drugs are coming. In the US over 900 biologics are being developed for more than 100 diseases. While they can be effective treatments, they can be very expensive and are the […]

WATCH NOW | SMCC Webinar: New Depression Treatment Guidelines

Introducing a new and unique Patient and Family Guide To Depression Treatment – written in plain language BY individuals from across Canada who have personal experience with depression, FOR persons living with depression.  Sponsored by the Ontario Brain Institute. Watch it now  

SMCC Webinar: Sea Level Rise and Climate Change | Links, background reading & resources

SMCC Webinar – Sea Level Rise and Climate Change 12:00 PM ET, Thursday, June 1, 2017 In partnership with the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, the Canadian Climate Forum, and the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network Links, background reading and resources from our panelists:    Dr. Adam Fenech – Director of the Climate Lab […]

WATCH NOW | SMCC Webinar: Sea Level Rise and Climate Change

As the climate changes and the planet’s temperatures increase, rising sea levels are now becoming one of the greatest threats to the world’s populations. The latest research shows that the sea level rise will double the frequency of severe coastal flooding in most of the world, with dire consequences for major coastline cities—including those in […]

SMCC Webinar: Water in a Changing Climate

Water is our lifeline and also a humbling force of nature. As the climate changes, the decisions we make today regarding water will determine our country’s success over the coming decades. SMCC in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada brought together researchers and policy makers to describe what the future may hold for this essential […]

SMCC Webinar | Building Resilience to Climate Change: Evidence Based Strategies for Healthier Cities

Climate change is affecting Canada’s weather, changing not only the temperature, but also the quality of the air we breathe.  Evidence suggests these changes may pose a serious threat to public health, especially for certain vulnerable populations in urban areas. With over 80% of Canadians living in urban settings, there is an urgent need to […]

SMCC Webinar: New Strategies for Tracking Climate Change in Canada’s North

There has never been a more urgent time to study climate change. Average Arctic temperatures have increased at nearly twice the global average in the past 100 years. The extent of Sea ice is also at its lowest levels since records were kept.  As temperatures rise and sea ice retreats, Canada’s north is already experiencing […]

Biologics and Biosimilars | SMCC Webinar

Biologics and Biosimilars  | SMCC Webinar | January 7, 2016 | Video available Biopharmaceuticals, or Biologics have successfully improved the care of several hard to treat conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease and cancer. More of these complex biological drugs are coming. In the US over 900 biologics are being developed for more than 100 diseases. While they […]

Brain Stimulation Therapies for Mental Illness | SMCC Webinar

Brain Stimulation Therapies for Mental Illness – Current Success and Future Directions  | SMCC Webinar | 12:15 PM ET, November 18, 2014 One in five Canadians will experience some kind of mental illness within their lifetime, yet for many the current treatments like medication or psychotherapy just don’t help. In Ontario alone it’s estimated that […]

Science Culture: Where Canada Stands | SMCC Webinar

Science Culture: Where Canada Stands  | SMCC Webinar | 12:00 PM ET, Wednesday, August 27, 2014 How do Canadians use, think about, and interact with science? How do we compare with our peers in other developed nations? Are we ready to embrace science for the future of our country? These are just some of the […]

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