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TSS 2017 Networking Event

Royal BC Museum

675 Belleville Street,
Victoria, BC, Canada
www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca

The TSS 2017 Networking Event is scheduled for Wednesday, May 24 from 7:30 pm to about 10:00 pm and will be held at the Royal BC Museum in the First Nation Gallery.
The Royal BC Museum is home to thousands of spectacular photographs, films, recordings and objects showcasing the many First Nations cultures in BC. These items represent up to 10,000 years of history from across the province, celebrating the diversity and resilience of indigenous peoples.

From the replica pit house to the detailed masks created by master carvers from several First Nations, you will experience the rich culture of British Columbia’s First Peoples. These galleries have some of the finest examples of First Nations art and culture in the world.

We will be offering a cocktail reception in the “our living languages” exhibit. You will be able to walk through the First Nations Gallery and a seat down dinner will be offered in the Totem Hall.
For more information on the First Nation Gallery, please visit the website at
https://www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/visit/exhibitions/first-peoples-galleries

NOTE:  The dinner is not included in the registration fees. It is available for purchase at the cost of $75.00 USD per person.

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WIT NE

Thursday, May 25 from 13:00 to 14:00
Delta Hotels by Marriott Ocean Pointe
Location: Songhees Suite

Pre-Registration to the event is required during your TSS registration.
Lunch will be provided.

 Invited Speaker

Lori J. West 
Professor of Pediatrics, Surgery & Immunology, University of Alberta 
Edmonton, Canada

 

Speaker to be announced

 


 

TSS 2017 Networking Event

 

Mentee-Mentor Networking Event
Thursday, May 25 from 19:30-20:15
Harbour Room


The Transplantation Society (TTS), along with the collaboration of other Societies, acknowledge the contributions of basic science to the field of Transplantation.

The International Transplantation Science Mentee-Mentor awards recognize the efforts of established scientists, who have advanced our understanding of transplantation, and the mentorship of new young investigators.

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