“True Blood” vs Real Blood vs Synthetic Blood
CIHR Café Scientifique Presents:
Science on tap – Quench your interest
“True Blood” vs Real Blood vs Synthetic Blood: Dare to find out!
Date: June 12, 2012
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Location: The Wicklow Pub (610 Stamps Landing, Vancouver, BC)
RSVP: please fill in the registration form below
An overview of what vampires want, what transfusionists want, what blood is available in the blood supply and also what may be in the pipeline.
You are invited to join the debate at our next Cafe Scientifique session featuring Dr. Maria I.C. Gyongyossy-Issa and Dr. Gershon Growe, UBC Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Maria is a member of UBC Centre for Blood Research. She started in Microbiology at UBC, went on to a PhD In Immunology in London, UK and was the first to describe antigen receptors on T cells. With many digressions, her work has moved from white blood cells to other blood cells: platelets.
Jerry is the Medical Consultant to Canadian Blood Services’ BC & Yukon Centre and a specialist in blood transfusion, clinical hematology and hemophilia and the ethics surrounding them. He is the director of the UBC/CBs Transfusion Residency Program.
Moderator: Dr. Frances Lock