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Dawn Bowdish
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Macrophage Biology at McMaster University
Macrophage Biology at McMaster University

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Graduate Summer School on Science Journalism from August 7-11 in Montreal. It is an opportunity for graduate students to improve their communication skills as related to science and technology issues.

Info: http://www.concordia.ca/artsci/journalism/programs/journalism-studies.html

Scholarships are available, and students are encouraged to apply before June 19, 2017. We cover their accommodation and some food. Jay Ingram will be part of it.

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Thrilled to hear that our paper on how age-associated inflammation alters monocyte function and predisposes to pneumonia is one of #PLoSmostdownloaded! +CIHR IRSC

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Women in Science and Engineering Workshop:
Tenure and Beyond!

The McMaster University Faculty of Engineering is organizing a one day workshop for Women in Science and Engineering on Advancement/Promotion to Associate/Full Professor. The target audience is Assistant and Associate Professors in engineering and science who are looking ahead to promotion to Full Professor. Get advice, support, and information on this strategic next step.

There is no registration cost for this event thanks to the generous support of the National Network of NSERC Chairs for Women in Science and Engineering and McMaster Faculty of Engineering. Breakfast, snacks, lunch and afternoon wine and cheese are included for all participants. Contact us if you are planning to stay overnight, as we might be able to cover your hotel costs.

Register now to avoid disappointment »

On Wednesday May 31, invitations to the workshop will be opened to science faculties if we have not reached our cap of 50 participants.

FINAL registration deadline is Wednesday, June 7



http://www.eng.mcmaster.ca/mailers/wse_workshop.html

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Here's a radio interview on our recent publication on the role of the microbiota in age-associated inflammation.
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