Joint course between the University of Toronto and the Karolinska Institute, Sweden August 27-31, 2018 in Toronto, Canada http://www.physiology.utoronto.ca/international-exchange-developmental-biology APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 15, 2018, Space is limited so please apply early: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Karolinska2018 Karolinska Exchange course 2018
@unfpa_vietnam: Exploring barriers to accessing maternal health and family planning services in ethnic minority communities in Viet Nam. https://shar.es/1LNfqt via @UNFPAasia. @Alliance_HD‘s Kerrie Proulx & Exec.Dir Steve Lye were on the research team of this project! Congrats!
October 20-23, 2019 Melbourne, Australia The Congress is hosted by the DOHaD Society of Australia and New Zealand. Congress theme: Investing in a Healthy Future for All: Research, Education, Policy. Take a look at the promotional video here!
The course provides a broad based interdisciplinary training in the area of developmental biology from both basic science and clinical perspectives. August 27-31, Toronto. Link here for further information!
Healthy Life Trajectories Initiative: The Canadian Institutes of Health Research and India’s Department of Biotechnology are working with the World Health Organization to reduce chronic diseases. The joint $5 million investment in this initiative will support research designed to give children in India the healthiest start to life. The HeLTI-India … Read More
@Alliance_HD Executive Director, Dr. Steve Lye @MountSinai and Director of Research @Alliance_HD attended the XXVIII Cuban Congress of Pediatrics where Dr. Steve Lye has become a Member of Honour of the National Pediatric Society of Cuba!
Dr. Steve Lye Executive Dir @Alliance_HD at @MountSinai is the PI of the HeLTI South Africa cohort study. Dr. Steve Matthews Dir. of Research @Alliance_HD at @MountSinai and Prof. @uoftobgyn @uoftmedicine is the PI of HeLTI India! pic.twitter.com/TeBGLVD8w0 — AHD (@Alliance_HD) November 20, 2017
TEAMS: HeLTI Sauth Africa, HeLTI India, HeLTI China and HeLTI Canada
Sponsored by NYU, Harvard, and UNICEF