Thank you for registering for the 2020 Janet Rossant Lecture delivered by Dr. Sonia Anand, “Understanding the influence of gender and ancestral origin on the development of cardiovascular disease: a life-course perspective” – Click here to join today’s live broadcast of the event.
Please join Massey Grand Rounds for The 2020 Janet Rossant Lecture – a Ceremony and Lecture Celebrating the Achievements of Dr. Sonia Anand.
Dr. Anand’s Lecture is entitled, “Understanding the influence of gender and ancestral origin on the development of cardiovascular disease: a life-course perspective.” To register and RSVP for the 2020 Janet Rossant Lecture, please click here. Following your registration using this Google Form, you will be emailed a private, unlisted link to the livestream of the event, which will open during the event times.
The Janet Rossant Lecture is organized by Massey Grand Rounds (MGR), comprised of members of the Massey College community, including physicians, medical students, and graduate students in areas related to medicine and health sciences. It convenes monthly during the school term and serves as a discussion forum on topics related to medicine, the health sciences, and social issues of interest to students. The group is guided by mentor Dr. Aubie Angel, CM, MD, Senior Fellow.
The Annual MGR Symposium is a Junior Fellow-led project for the benefit of the entire U of T academic community. In 2020, Massey Grand Rounds presents the 14th Annual Symposium: “Gender and Ethnic Variations in Health Risks.”
Full details about the 2020 Janet Rossant Lecture can be found on the MGR webpage.