The Cerebral Cafe
Next Tuesday March 8th, Dr. Elena Verdu, along with the anthropologist Shanti Morell-Hart, and chef Dan Megna & Laurie Lilliman, will hold a discussion panel at The Cerebral Cafe to open up a community discussion of “Food & Drink”.
The Cerebral Cafe is a group of individuals with the goal of bringing academia to the Hamilton community. They host several exciting coffeehouse events open to anyone interested in research.
The goal of this event is to foster great discussion and new ideas for both researchers and attendees alike. You can read more about the Cerebral Cafe here.
McMaster University in partnership with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada presents the 2nd Gutsy Learning Series which offers you the opportunity to
learn more about the latest in Crohn disease treatment options, accessibility to mental health and the patient journey experience. This is a FREE event featuring an interactive live session and a Q&A period! Have your questions answered by a panel of leading Crohn’s and Colitis renowned medical experts!