Find research-related events of interest to MD and undergraduate students.

Ongoing Seminar Series

MD/PhD Building Bridges Seminar Series

Monthly, 6:00–7:00pm

MD/PhD Building Bridges allows MD/PhD and other interested students to hear about different career tracks and various ways to combine clinical and research work. Invited speakers will discuss their experiences and training backgrounds, share their advice with prospective clinician-scientists, and give their opinions on career development options for clinician-scientists.

Digital Public Health Workshops

Biweekly, 12:00–3:00pm

The Digital & Sexual Health initiative at BCCDC/UBC is inviting you to a series of seminars on Digital Public Health. Join us to learn more about digital public health and how digital technologies have impacted public health practice.

BC Children’s Hospital Research Seminar Series: Hot Topics in Research

Tuesdays, 11:00am-12:00pm

Join us for our Hot Topics in Research seminar series. Hear from investigators and trainees showcasing hot research topics on and off the Oak Street campus.

Centre for Blood Research Seminar Series

Wednesdays, 12:00-1:00pm

The Centre for Blood Research’s Seminar Series features the latest research from visiting scientists as well graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at the institute. Note that seminar dates vary depending on speaker availability. Seminars are also broadcasted online through web conferencing.

Centre for Health Evaluation & Outcome Sciences (CHÈOS) Work in Progress (WiP)

Every second Wednesday, 12:00-1:00pm

WiP provides investigators with an opportunity to present ongoing research, obtain feedback from colleagues and peers, and make new connections for their projects. Talks are open, and a light lunch is served.

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Discussion Group

Mondays, 3:00pm
Room 3, Life Sciences Centre or Virtual

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s weekly seminars feature research from visiting scientists, UBC faculty, and UBC PhD candidates.

Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences Seminar Series

Thursdays, 12:45-1:45pm

The Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences’s weekly seminars feature research from visiting scientists and UBC faculty.

Department of Psychology Colloquia

Thursdays, 12:30-2:00pm

The Department of Psychology’s Colloquium Series brings together faculty and students for discussion with invited international speakers to exchange ideas on a wide range of topics.

Centre for Brain Health Neuroscience Research Colloquium

Every second Friday, 11:00am -12:00PM

Join your colleagues on Fridays at 11:00 a.m. for the Neuroscience Research Colloquium (NRC), a neuroscience lecture series. Talks are from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m unless otherwise noted.

Department of Zoology Comparative Physiology Invited Speaker Series

Mondays, 12:00-1:00pm
LIFE 2202

The Comparative Physiology Invited Speakers Series features invited speakers from UBC and around the world who will share their research. Cookies and coffee will be served.

Language Science Talks

Mondays, 2:00- 3:30pm

The Language Science Talks features seminars by outstanding researchers in the language sciences from around the world. Pre-registration is recommended.

Neuroethics Canada Seminar


The Neuroethics Canada Seminar series features invited speakers who will tackle ethical, legal, policy and social implications of technological developments in the neurosciences. Note that seminar dates vary depending on speaker availability.

School of Kinesiology Distinguished Speaker Series

Rudy North Lecture Theatre (LL 101), Centre for Brain Health

The School of Kinesiology’s series features research from distinguished visiting scientists. Note that seminar dates vary depending on speaker availability.

School of Population and Public Health Grand Rounds

Monthly, 12:00-1:00pm
SPPH Room B151 or virtual

The School of Population and Public Health’s Grand Rounds involve both UBC faculty and guest speakers who will share new and innovative research. The series will also discuss current issues and trends in population and public health.