Genetics plays a big role in diagnosing and treating bipolar disorder (BD). Please join us for an announcement about an exciting new research project that could improve early detection and treatment of BD – followed by a panel discussion with Nova Scotia Health Authority/Dalhousie University mental health researchers Dr. Martin Alda and Dr. Rudolf Uher (moderated by Cynthia Maillet, former radio producer/host for Radio Canada & CBC) on new genetic approaches to diagnosing and treating BD.
Date & Time: Thursday, February 7, 2019, 6:00 p.m. (Reception at 5:30 p.m.)
Location: Atrium, Life Sciences Research Institute, 1344 Summer Street, Halifax, NS
Hosted by Genome Atlantic with support from Genome Canada and in partnership with the Research Nova Scotia Trust, Nova Scotia Health Authority, the Dalhousie University Department of Psychiatry and the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation.
All welcome, please register at: http://genomeatlantic.eventbrite.ca