The CSMB is very proud to announce the winners of the 2022 CSMB awards:
Learn more about the award winners here:
Congratulations to the winners!
The winners will present lectures at the 65th CSMB Meeting: Membrane Proteins in Health and Disease, which will take place April 6 – 10, 2022 in Banff. More about the meeting here:
The CSMB is very proud to have received a 2021 Leadership in Advocacy Award from Research Canada and invites you to join us on Dec 1, 2021 for the 2021 Leadership in Advocacy Award virtual award presentation ceremony.
Prize details and a link to register for the virtual ceremony are available on the Research Canada website
On Friday, June 25, the Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences, in partnership with the Canadian Association for Neuroscience welcomed former Minister of Science and current Member of Parliament, Dr. Kirsty Duncan to an event on Science and Government 101. During the session, Dr. Duncan stressed the need for scientists and researchers to get involved, with a unified voice, in advocating to government on how scientific evidence matters. As said best by Dr. Duncan, “We can’t continue on two separate tracks… where science doesn’t know politics, and politics doesn’t know science”. Heeding her advice, the CSMB is planning for future engagement with government officials, especially in light of a potential Fall 2021 election.
Further details will follow once the timing of the election is clear, but we will be supporting Members with their election engagement through the preparation and sharing of template tweets and social media advice, one-page documents with election priorities, and support for Members looking to reach out to their local candidates.
In the meantime, if you were looking to engage with your local Member of Parliament over the summer and would like some support, please reach out to Kristina Proulx from Temple Scott Associates at email@example.com and she will try her best to coordinate a meeting on your behalf.