Hoodies, Games, and an Academic Seminar

EDIT on March 9th: There have been some slight changes to the hoodie sale and seminar times – sorry! Check below to see the updated dates.

Hey everyone! We’ve got an exciting week ahead of us starting on the 10th. We’re having a week of hoodie sales for our wonderful PTSA hoodies (as you can see on the site header). We’ll be coming to your classes so you can buy them with less hassle than picking it up from us some other time. Just make sure to bring your $40 dollars! The dates and locations for the sales are:

  • Monday, March 10: MSB3163 at 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday, March 12: MSB3171 at 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Thursday, March 13: MSB2158 at 11:00 am – 11:30 am
  • Thursday, March 13: MSB3163 at 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
  • See the pictures on this site or join the Facebook event

Also on Thursday, is our academic seminar and games night for this semester. We’ll be having our guest, Dr. Ameer Taha, give a brief 50 minute talk about his research:

Dr. Ameer Taha is currently a visiting fellow at the NIH and an adjunct assistant professor at the Kinesiology Department of the University of Waterloo. Prior to joining NIH, he was the scientific director of Certo Labs Inc., where he developed Certo’s high throughput technology platform for extracting antibiotics, pesticides and nutrients from food samples. He obtained his PhD from the department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Toronto. His past research focused on pharmacotherapy using omega-3 fatty acids in epilepsy. At NIH, Dr. Taha has been studying the role of brain fatty acid metabolism in neurodegenerative disorders.

Then we’ll get to have some fun for the rest of the night with some board games – food and snacks included! Games night will have an exclusive photobooth session for you and your friends to make some photographic memories.

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DATE AND TIME: Thursday, March 13, 5:00-9:00pm
LOCATION: MSB4227 (5:00-6:30PM, speaker begins at 5:30pm, Academic Seminar) and MSB3163 (6:30-9:00PM, Games Night)