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Calendar of GRIP events The GRIP seminars are simultaneously held, through video-conference, in Montreal and Quebec City (except stated otherwise).

December 23 2010

from 10:00 to 12:00

This seminar is organized by the Director of the GRIP, Richard E. Tremblay, to offer a first look at the success of the functionalities of the portal on which the infrastructure team has been working for nearly eight years, and to summarize the main GRIP projects currently under way.

Speakers : René Carbonneau, Nadine Provençal, Mara Brendgen, Ginette Dionne, Linda Booij, Jean Séguin, Sylvana Côté , Catherine Herba, Michel Boivin, and Richard E. Tremblay
             
Location: Albert-Royer Amphitheatre, CHU Sainte-Justine, Montreal
          
This seminar will also be broadcast as a videoconference in Room 1444, pavillon La Laurentienne, at Université Laval, in Québec

November 11-12 2010

Toronto

Understanding and fostering healthy developmental trajectories: A multidimensional, longitudinal, and experimental approach
Richard E. Tremblay, Michel Boivin and Frank Vitaro presented the results of CIHR team studies to the Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH)
About twenty GRIP researchers and students were invited to participate in the discussion on the scientific progress of the project titled "Understanding and fostering healthy developmental trajectories: A multidimensional, longitudinal, an experimental approach" after the following speakers' presentations:

The Healthy Developmental Trajectories End-of-Grant Workshop

Healthy and Unhealthy Developmental Trajectories and their Outcomes
Richard E. Tremblay

Gene-environment Transactions in Healthy and Unhealthy Developmental Trajectories
Michel Boivin

Prevention of Maladaptive Trajectories: A quick Overview of the Good, the Bad, and the Unknown
Frank Vitaro

June 16 2010

from 12:00 to 13:00

This conference, organized by Gina Muckle, is presented in partnership with:
Axe de recherche santé des populations et environnementale du Centre de recherche du CHUQ (CRCHUQ)
Research Unit on Children's maladjustment (GRIP)
Réseau de formation en recherche périnatale du Québec-IRSC (QTNPR)

Devenir des enfants grands prématurés de la cohorte française EPIPAGE.

Speaker : Dre Florence Bodeau-Livinec,
                 New York University School of Medicine
Location : Centre de recherche du CHUQ (pavillon CHUL),
                 Amphitéatre Fisher du Bloc T
Videoconference broadcasted at the Research Center, Sainte-Justine Hospital, in Montreal, local 6821