[Avc2021] Special Seminar and Lecture

Karen Roche kroche at upei.ca
Mon Sep 25 14:43:07 ADT 2017


*DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES*





*RESEARCH SEMINAR*



*Dr. Paul Bernard*


“Early Life Seizures, Long-term Consequences”




*DATE*:             Thursday, September 28, 2017



*LOCATION*:    286A, AVC Learning Commons



*TIME*:              11:30 a. m.




*DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES*





*LECTURE*



*Dr. Paul Bernard   *





“Introduction to Cardiac Physiology”




  *DATE*:            Friday, September 29, 2017



*LOCATION*:    286A,  AVC Learning Commons



*TIME*:              10:30 a. m.





*Dr. Bernard received his PhD in Neuro-Pharmacology, Behavioral
Neuroscience and Neuro Anatomy at the Atlantic Veterinary College, UPEI,
graduating in 2008. He is currently an Assistant Research Professor,
Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology, Anschutz Medical Campus,
University of Colorado. His primary research interest is in the area of
long-term consequences of early life seizures. A significant portion of
individuals with autism spectrum disorder and/or intellectual disability
have a history of early life seizures.  The impact of early life seizures
on long-term neurological outcome is not known.  Do early life seizures
cause/contribute to long-term deficits or are they simply correlative and a
consequence of an underlying pathology?*



*Dr. Bernard is a candidate for a faculty positon in physiology in the
Department of Biomedical Sciences.*









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