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Open Science: What Sets Canada Apart

Open Science: What Sets Canada Apart

Canada is already a leader in open science, which involves sharing research information and data in crucial domains such as neuroscience. Exciting new opportunities are coming up in health and medicine that could expand our country's reach and impact even further on the international stage.

This event, hosted by the School in partnership with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, is your chance to hear from experts on the leading edge of open science about the benefits created for Canadians by Canada's open approach to biomedical research. Join us to learn about the innovation and collaboration involved in improving human health outcomes and share your thoughts about where we should go from here.

Event Information

This learning activity is designed for all public servant groups and levels and is offered at no cost.


Date and Time:

January 22, 2018 | 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm (EST)


  • Aled Edwards, Chief Executive Officer, Structural Genomics Consortium and University of Toronto professor
  • Prabhat Jha, Professor, Centre for Global Health Research, St. Michael's Hospital
  • Paul Wagner, Chief Information Officer, National Research Council of Canada
  • Dr. Guy Rouleau, Director, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, and Chair, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill University
  • Donna Kirkwood, Chief Scientist, Natural Resources Canada


  • Dr. Mona Nemer, Chief Science Advisor, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
  • Melanie Robert, Executive Director of Service and Open Government, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat


English with interpretation in French

  • Collaboration Lounge, Académie De-La-Salle, 373 Sussex Drive (Guigues Avenue entrance), Ottawa, Ontario
  • Available across Canada by webcast


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