2015 Program: The Science of Stress

Massey Grand Rounds is delighted to present the program for our 9th annual symposium, “The Science of Stress” on March 18th, 2015.

To live stream General Dallaire’s talk, starting at 11:00 am, on March 18th 2015,  please visit: http://hosting2.desire2learncapture.com/MUNK/1/live/316.aspx

Update: We regret to announce that Dr. Cheryl Regehr will no longer be participating in this year’s symposium.

Please register to attend

11:00                Registration

11:30-11:40     Welcoming Remarks
Dr. Aubie Angel & Master Hugh Segal

11:40-12:40    Keynote Address: General Romeo Dallaire
“Injured but not out of the game”
Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School

12:45-1:20      Light Lunch at Massey College, Junior Common Room

1:25                 Call to Order: MGR Co-Chairs: Patrick Steadman & Katharine Dunlop, JF
Upper Library, Massey College

1:30-2:30        Plenary Talks
Chair: Dr. Catherine Zahn, President & CEO, CAMH

“Consequences of Witnessing Extreme Violence”
Dr. Anthony Feinstein, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

“Stress and the Vulnerable Brain”
Dr. Evelyn K. Lambe, Ph.D., Canada Research Chair in Developmental Cortical Physiology
Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto

2:30-3:00          Q&A, Nutrition Break

3:00-4:10          Call to Order: Co-Chairs: Alexandra Harris, JF, and Lily Qiu, JF
Panel on: “Stress Mechanisms and Management in Student Life”
Moderator: Dr. Trevor Young, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

“The Challenge of Stress for Students”
Janine Robb, MScN, Executive Director – Health & Wellness, Student Life Programs and Services, University of Toronto

MGR Mindfulness Moment

“Effects of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Brain Physiology, Attention and Mood”
Dr. Benjamin Goldstein, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto

4:10-4:25           Open Discussion

4:25                    Summary Perspective
Dr. David Goldbloom, Senior Medical Advisor, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

4:45                    Closing Remarks – Dr. Aubie Angel






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