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Dr. M. A. Jaworski [Send a message]
Member since: April 28, 2007
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Events: Genomics of Common Diseases 2014 Registration still open
Submitted by Dr. M. A. Jaworski; posted on Monday, September 08, 2014
Events: Conference on Systems Biology and Human Disease
Submitted by Dr. M. A. Jaworski; posted on Thursday, January 16, 2014
Events: 13th International Conference on Systems Biology
Submitted by Dr. M. A. Jaworski; posted on Monday, August 13, 2012
Curriculum vitae

Current address:

Carleton University Health Services
Suite 2600 Carleton Technology and Training Centre
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
Canada

Education:

MD
Johns Hopkins
1970 - 1974
Postdoctoral fellow, MRC Group on Immunoregulation
University of Alberta
1979 - 1982
Medical Research Council of Canada Post-doctoral fellow
McGill University- Montreal Children's Hospital
1978 - 1979

Experience:

consultant physician Carleton University Health Services pres
Associate Professor (Pediatrics) University of Alberta 1982 - 1989

Skills:

clinical: specialist physician

computer: integrated databases

languages written/spoken: French and English

basic sciences: immunoregulation and immunogenetics

integration of systems biology and neuroscience

Activities:

Alpha Omega Alpha (medical honor society) 1987-present

AHFMR (Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research) Scholar 1983-1988

American Society for Human Genetics

International Association for Pattern Recognition

Candian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society

Interests:

from genome to proteome to connectome

multidisciplinary approaches to complex human disease

neuropsychiatric disease

References:

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