In 2018, Concordia professor Shimon Amir was honoured with the University’s highest form of recognition for overall research achievements by being recognized as a Distinguished University Research Professor (DURP). As Director of the Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology (CSBN) and Honorary Concordia University Research Chair in Psychology, since early in his career, Amir has been known for his groundbreaking discoveries.
Join Lauren Segall, a former student of Amir’s and Advisor, Research Development at Gina Cody School of Engineering, as she engages Amir about his illustrious career and research portfolio. Paula Wood-Adams, Interim Vice-President, Research and Graduate Studies, will offer opening remarks to launch this conversation.
How can you participate? Attend the discussion in person (note, there is a maximum of 25 audience members permitted in the space) or online by registering for the Zoom webinar or watching live on our YouTube channel.