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Think Tank logoWE-Spark Health Institute has scheduled a research think tank for Friday, April 22.

April think tank session to spark health research collaboration

Do you like to discuss new ideas? Solve problems? Make new connections? Then WE-Spark Think Tanks may be for you.

The April 22 event will begin with an update on local health research activities and new funding opportunities, followed by an overview of three projects that are looking for creative input, and breakout sessions:

  • How do Entrepreneurial Teams Manage Adversity?
    Kyle Brykman, University of Windsor
    This conversation will be of particular interest to entrepreneurs and people or organizations who work with them, and for people with a background in business, psychology, or human behaviour.
  • Building a Network of Experts on Aging
    Paula van Wyk, University of Windsor
    Looking to bring together a diverse group of experts so that we can be ready to collaborate and address issues that are important in our community.
  • Expanding Regional Flow Cytometry for Clinical Use
    Caroline Hamm, Windsor Regional Hospital
    This topic is looking at how specialized equipment in our region can be best utilized to support training and patient care, and specifically looking at stem cell sample collection.

All disciplines and expertise are welcome to participate in WE-Spark Think Tanks, including students.

The WE-Spark Health Institute hosts bi-monthly sessions. Click here to register for the April event, which will run 1 to 3:30 p.m.

WE-Spark Health Institute is a partnership of the University of Windsor, Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare, St. Clair College, and Windsor Regional Hospital designed to take healthcare to the next level through research.