Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
The Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences within Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, hosts a Scientific Symposium and dinner Gala to celebrate its 50-year Anniversary. Dr. Roberta Bondar will be presenting the Keynote Address at the Gala Dinner.
As the world’s first neurologist in space, Dr. Bondar is recognized for her contributions to space medicine. On the Space Shuttle Discovery, she conducted scientific experiments on human subjects in the First International Microgravity Laboratory. Then, for more than a decade, collaborating with NASA, she headed an international space medicine research team, to study astronauts recovering from the microgravity of space. This work has implications for neurological illnesses here on Earth, including stroke and Parkinson’s disease.
Our Brains, Our Future: 50 Years of CNS – Scientific Symposium and Gala and Photos