EVENT: Talk on the History of the Cardiovascular Sciences in Calgary – Jan 21

Invitation to a Talk – Calgary History of Medicine Society


(Left to right) Authors D. George Wyse, Al-Karim Walli, Barbara Kermode-Scott, J. Robert Lampard

Dr. D. George Wyse, Dr. Robert Lampard, Barbara Kermode-Scott and Al-Karim Walli – “History of the Cardiovascular Sciences in the City of Calgary”

Monday, January 21, 2013 – Begins at 6:00 PM
TRW Building, 3rd Floor, Nightingale & Rose Rooms
3280 Hospital Drive NW, T2N 4Z6

“Hearts, Minds & Vision” written by the above four professionals covers a history of remarkable global changes that happened over the past eighty years in a number of fields – cardiovascular sciences-patient care, research and teaching, cardiac surgery and the biochemical, physiological, pharmacological and other aspects of the cardiovascular system in Calgary.

This presentation will cover the story of a dedicated group of people with extraordinary talents, skills, knowledge, experience, ideas, and energy and their impact and the difference they made as they practiced their craft in our City of Calgary.

Parking is available in the parking lot underneath the TRW Building near the front entrance. Cost $30 per member / $45 per non-member / $20 residents (students $10 – up to 3 students are fully sponsored on a first come basis) paid at the door (includes the dinner and the talk).

Dinner will be at 6:00 PM and the talk begins ~7:00 PM. All are invited and you are encouraged to bring a guest. The proceeds from this CHOMS Lecture Session cover the venue expenditures and subsidize the dinner costs.

RSVP: Please make reservations ASAP to Beth Cusitar no later than January 17th (Email: bcusitar@ucalgary.ca) Phone 210-9640.


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