The annual Canadian Lipid and Lipoprotein Conference brings together basic and clinician scientists from Canadian research institutions to present their recent, unpublished findings in the field of lipid and lipoprotein metabolism. The cutting edge research conducted by CLC scientists remains at the forefront of biomedical research and continues to advance knowledge toward potential therapies to target important metabolic diseases such as obesity, atherosclerosis, fatty liver disease, Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes, among others.
Dr. Kathryn J. Moore, PhD- Professor, Department of Cell Biology at the New York University Langong School of Medicine and Jean and David Blechman Professor of Cardiology Department of Medicine
Simon Pierre Noël Lectureship:
Dr. Marica Bakovic, PhD- Professor, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph
Physician Scientist Lecture:
Dr. Katherine Morrison, MD FRCPC- Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Co-director, MAC-Obesity (Metabolism and Childhood Obesity Research Program)- McMaster University
Dr. Jonathan Schertzer, PhD- Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, McMaster- to speak about cholesterol-independent effects of statins
Dr. Benoit Arsenault, PhD- Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Laval University- to speak about lifestyle intervention, lipids and cardiometabolic diseases
Dr. Jacques Genest, MD FRCPC- Professor, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University- to speak about the CANTOS trial
Dr. Robert Blaustein, MD PhD- Executive Director, Cardiovascular Clinical Research, Chair, Anacetrapib Development Team, Merck, Inc.- to speak about the REVEAL trial
Dr. Steffany Bennett, Professor- Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, University of Ottawa
Dr. Erin Mulvihill, PhD- Scientist, University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology
Dr. Benjamin Rotstein, PhD- Scientist, University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology
Given Canada’s 150th celebration, 2017 has been a year in demand in the Ottawa area. Luckily, we have secured an amazing rate for rooms at the iconic Château Laurier. Single and double occupancy rooms will be available for $249 per night (upgrades available; typical room rates are over $400 per night, so please book early). Please note that there are 60 rooms set aside for the 2017 CLC and we strongly urge you to take advantage and book through the link below. The CLC is obligated to fill a certain number of rooms (otherwise we stand to lose money) – so please book at the Château Laurier and reference the CLC in your booking.
Early registration rate (until July 31, 2017): trainee ($250) and professor/professional ($300)
Regular registration rate (after July 31, 2017 and before October 2, 2017): trainee ($300) and professor/professional ($350)
Registration costs cover all food (except Friday evening) and include the Saturday evening Banquet.
Guests will be offered the trainee rate ($250 prior to July 31st and $300 after July 31 up until October 2, 2017)