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The ME|FM Society of BC is thrilled to release the first webinar in our newly launched education series, sponsoured by the generous donation of the Wickerson Family. Our education series will be a mix of pre-recorded and/or live events to bring various topics to our members and community.
The first session was pre-recorded in August 2022. We invited Dr. Nacul, Clinical, and Research Director at the CCDP to share current updates about the research program.
In this presentation, Dr. Nacul reviews the research priorities of the CCDP, introduces the research staff, and lists their collaborations. The majority of this presentation details five current projects and the related results. The session ends with a few community questions asked of Dr. Nacul.
Thank you to Dr. Nacul for sharing his time with us.
To view, please click here.
Running time is 36 minutes.
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