CSMB Open Letter to Members of Parliament

CSMB Open Letter to Members of Parliament (PDF) Dear Members of Parliament, On behalf of the Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences (CSMB) Board, I wish to extend you sincere congratulations on your recent election as a Federal Member of Parliament. Whether this is your first term, or you are a returning Member, CSMB values your contributions […]


CSMB President Letter – August 2016

August 19, 2016 Dear Member, As President of the society I would like to thank you for your continued or new support. The CSMB serves a large constituency of scientists at the graduate student, postdoc and faculty level. As you will see from the President’s Report in this year’s Bulletin, the CSMB continues to do […]


Announcing the 2016 research award winners

The CSMB is pleased to announce the winners of our 2016 Research Awards. All of these outstanding researchers will be giving plenary talks at the 59th Annual CSMB Scientific Conference, July 17 – 21 in Vancouver that is being held in collaboration with IUBMB and PABMB: Signaling Pathways in Development, Disease and Aging. Please join […]


Graduate Student Symposium -April 2016

Graduate Student Symposium 2016 University of Guelph April 25, 2016   On behalf of our organizing committee and all those who attended, I wanted to send a big thank you to you and the CSMB for your generous contribution to the Graduate Student Symposium that took place on April 25th at the University of Guelph. […]

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Winners of the 2016 Video Challenge

The CSMB asked trainees to tell Canadians’ what basic research means to you – and they did. The CSMB is pleased to announce that Kaitlin Kharas is the winner of the 2016 Video Challenge for trainees. “Basic research is important because increasing humanity’s understanding of how the world works equips us with the knowledge and […]

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CSBM Opinion Piece on Budget 2016 in Canadian Science Policy Centre

CSMB was asked by the Canadian Science Policy Centre to submit an opinion piece on Budget 2016. Read CSMB President Kristin Baetz’s article “ The Federal Budgets makes for Good Reading – Discovery Research is Back on the Agenda” at: http://www.sciencepolicy.ca/news/federal-budget-makes-good-reading-discovery-research-back-agenda


CSMB Board Response to 2016 Budget

Budget 2016 is taking action to support Canada’s outstanding discovery research and innovation Letter in pdf format   The board of the CSMB applauds Bill Morneau’s 2016 Budget as a landmark shift for science, research and innovation in Canada. At the heart of the governments’ Innovation Agenda is the recognition that fundamental discovery research is […]


Experimental Medicine Graduate Student Society (EMGSS) of McGill University – March 2016

Experimental Medicine Graduate Student Society (EMGSS) of McGill University Division of Experimental Medicine McGill University March 17th, 2016 Correspondent: Rachel La Selva, VP External For the past fifteen consecutive years, the Experimental Medicine Graduate Student Society (EMGSS) of McGill University has hosted the Annual McGill Biomedical Graduate Conference (AMBGC). The EMGSS is a non­profit, student­run, […]

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Advocacy Work

2015 has been a remarkable year for the CSMB in which we continued to focus on advocating for increased funding for fundamental research. As new initiatives and events occur we will strive to update you through new posting on our Advocacy Site. Here I want to highlight what the CSMB has done this past year […]


Student activities 2012-2015

This is an archive page Journée Scientifique des Étudiants du Centre de Recherche sur le Cancer – Août 2015 Axe Oncologie du CHU de Québec l’Université Laval 19 et 20 août 2015 Correspondent : Claire Dziengelewski , Ph. D Candidate La 20ème édition de la Journée Scientifique des Étudiants (JSE) du Centre de Recherche sur le […]

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