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 Home / About Us > Dr Lawrence Rosenberg > Invited Speaker
Invited Speaker (last 5 years)

1. Invited Lecture, Diabetes Research Institute, Eastern Virginia Medical School. Islet Cell Apoptosis, Norfolk, Virginia, 1997.
2. Invited Lecture, Department of Surgery, Eastern Virginia Medical School. Management Of Severe Acute Pancreatitis in 1997, Norfolk, Virginia, 1997.
3. Invited Lecture, Faculty of Medicine, University of Western Ontario. The Problems With Islet Transplantation, And How To Fix Them. London, Ontario, 1997.
4. Invited Lecture. Islet Cell Regeneration. Ilotropin And Beyond. CDA (Scientific Section) Annual Meeting. London, 1997.
5. Visiting Professor, Dept. of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Universite de Montreal. Cellular Inter-Relationships In The Pancreas- Evidence For Transdifferentiation. Montreal, Que, 1998.
6. Visiting Professor, Dept. of Physiology, University of Toronto. Intercellular Communication In The Pancreas- Implications For Islet Cell Survival. Toronto, Ontario, 1998.
7. Visiting Professor, Dept. of Surgery, Hopital Sacre-Coeur. Medical Approaches to Pancreatic Disease. Montreal, Quebec, 1999.
8. Visiting Professor, Dept. of Surgery, McMaster University Hospital. Current Management of Pancreatic Disorders. Hamilton, Ontario, 1999.
9. Visiting Professor, Dept. of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology McMaster University Hospital. Cellular Cross-talk in the Pancreas. Implications for Islet Survival and Regeneration. Hamilton, Ontario, 1999.
10. Guest Speaker, University of Ottawa Gut Club. New Approaches to an Old Problem- Chronic Pancreatitis. Ottawa, Ontario, 1999.
11. Invited Speaker. University of Sherbrooke, Combined General Surgery-G.I. Rounds. Current Management of Pancreatitis. Sherbrooke, Quebec, 1999.
12. Invited Speaker. Toronto Gut Club, Sunnybrook Hospital. Update on New Advances in the Management of Pancreatic Disease. Toronto, 1999.
13. Visiting Professor, Queen’s University Dept. of Surgery. Combined Medical/Surgical Grand Rounds: Management of Chronic Pancreatitis. Surgical Rounds: The Future of Surgery in the New Millenium. Kingston, 1999.
14. Visiting Professor, National Institutes of Health, NIDDK, Autoimmunity and transplantation Branch. The fate of islets of Langerhans after isolation. Bethesda, 1999.
15. Invited Speaker, University of Toronto, Division of General Surgeon. Management of Pancreatic Disease. Toronto, 1999.
16. Visiting Professor, University of British Columbia, Dept. of General Surgery. Management of Chronic Pancreatitis. Vancouver, 1999.
17. Visiting Professor, University of Manitoba, Dept. of General Surgery. Management of Chronic Pancreatitis. Winnipeg, 1999.
18. Visiting Professor, University of Calgary, Dept. of General Surgery. Management of Pain in pancreatic Disease. Calgary, 1999.
19. Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Research
Center. The Secret Life of islets. Pittsburgh, 2000.
20. Invited Speaker. Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation (diabetes Workkshop). Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes. Edmonton, 2000.
21. Invited Lecturer. Guy Bernier Research Center, Hopital Maisonneuve-Rosemont.
Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes, Montreal, 2001.
22. Invited Lecturer. Mouse Models of Pancreatic Carcinogenesis. Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, National Cancer Institute. Islet to Ductal Transdifferentiation. Nashville, 2001.
23. Invited keynote speaker. Quebec Association of Endocrinologists. Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes. Mont Tremblant, Quebec, 2001.
24. Visiting Professor. Diabetes Research Institute, Eastern Virginia Medical School. Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes. Norfolk, Virginia, 2001.
25. Invited speaker. Clinical options in the treatment of diabetes. Stem Cell Network of Canada-JDRF Diabetes Workshop. Montreal, 2002.
26. Invited speaker. Institut du rechereche de la CHUM. INGAP therapy of diabetes. Montreal, 2002.
27. Invited keynote speaker. Quebec Association of Internists. INGAP- a new therapy for diabetes for the new millenium. Mont Tremblant, Quebec, 2002.
28. Invited speaker. Stem Cell Network of Canada. Adult pancreatic stem cells: An enigma wrapped in mystery? Toronto, 2002
29. Invited Speaker. Diabetes Care Centers Conference. Endotheraputics for diabetes: INGAP and islet neogenesis. Atlanta, 2002.
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