Welcome to the Faculty of Health. Through our five degree programs – Kinesiology & Health Science, Psychology, Nursing, Health Studies (Informatics, Management and Policy) and Global Health – our commitment to excellence is demonstrated through our professors who are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields; through our leading edge research; and through community partnerships to improve health outcomes both locally and globally. In addition, students benefit from learning opportunities that go beyond the classroom to include experiential education in a range of settings from laboratories to sports fields and with community partners including hospitals, clinics, schools, health and recreation centres.
Study Nursing at York University
Graduate Program in Nursing offers cutting edge innovation and foundational values for nurses who want to be the leaders, educators, and advanced nurse practitioners of tomorrow.
You are invited to learn about the Graduate Program in Nursing at York University. Bring your questions to our Open House Presentation Event:
Date: Thursday October 27th, 2016
Location: DB 0001 (formally known as TEL Building, Keele Campus, York University)
Time: 5:00pm to 8:00p
Poster Presentation/Reception: 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Information Session: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Please RSVP to indicate which session you will be attending: firstname.lastname@example.org
A presentation by Professor Ronald E. Pearlman, PhD.
Recent advances in molecular biology focused on genome science leading to the ability to precisely manipulate and edit genomes, has been a spectacular advance in the life sciences and is a revolution in biomedical science with profound applications and implications in all areas of the life sciences including medicine, biotechnology, plant, and animal science. The technology for genome editing, referred to as 'CRISPR', has developed very recently from basic studies on adaptive immunity in bacteria; how bacteria protect themselves from viral infection. Many of the applications of genome editing, in medicine (e.g. ‘personalized medicine’) and in other areas, have important ethical consequences that must be considered in the development and use of the technology. We will discuss the scientific foundation of the technology and introduce some of its applications, as well as discussing legal and ethical implications for the use of the technology.
Light lunch and refreshments will be provided.
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Come and talk with third- and fourth-year York BScN nursing students who have prepared diverse informational displays on health information that will be of interest to York students and faculty.