International Clinical Trials Day

Register for the OMICS and Epidemiology Conference

The Population Genomics Program at McMaster University is thrilled to announce their third ‘OMICS and Epidemiology Conference, being held virtually on May 27 – 28, 2021. The conference will explore the evidence for ‘omics and utility in the health care setting – including COVID-19 and the lungs, depression and gut inflammation, novel platforms in cancer treatment, nutrition, and more.

Full conference details can be found at www.omicsconference.ca.

Click here to register. 

 

What is your organization doing to celebrate ICTD2020?

International Clinical Trials Day is May 20, 2020!

What is your organization doing to celebrate?

We would appreciate if you could take 2-minutes to complete a survey about what your organization is doing to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day this year!

Click here to complete survey

Would you like to have N2 help promote your #ICTD2020 event?

Do you have any FAQ’s about #ClinicalTrials you would like to share so we can raise awareness through N2’s social media outlets about clinical trials?

Please contact barbara.medland@n2canada.ca.

Facts about International Clinical Trials Days

The N2 Clinical Trials Awareness and Education (CTEA) committee is looking for your help! We are asking the N2 community to help us identify interesting facts about clinical trials that can be used to promote via N2 Canada’s social media outlets to raise awareness about Canada clinical trials discoveries and/or improved patient health outcomes. Please reach out to n2@n2canada.ca with any facts or information you would like to share.