The CanHepC webinar series are open to the public and take place every other year.

They occur on Wednesdays according to the schedule below at 15.00 EST.

This year the Webinars will start in September 2017 and will end in May 2018.   They will be available for download - simply click on the link. 

For more information and to register kindly contact contact Norma Choucha (norma.choucha@canhepc.ca). 



Sep 13th 2017


Norma Choucha, CanHepC

Time: 15h00ET

Oct 4th 2017

Using Graphics to Communicate your Science


Thomas Fabre, PhD Trainee, Université de Montréal

Time: 15h00ET

Presentation slides

Oct 18th 2017

Dr. Michael Houghton, University of Alberta

Time: 15h00ET

Recording of presentation

Nov 8th 2017

Lecture on Indigenous Population

Nov 15th 2017

From in Vitro Replication Systems to HCV Antivirals

Dr. Ralf Bartenschlager, Heidelberg University

*****Time: 10h00 ET*****

Recording of presentation

Nov 22nd 2017

How to Look for a Postdoctoral Position

Dr. Selena Sagan, McGill University

Time: 15h00ET

Recording of lecture

Dec 6th 2017

From Academia to Industry

Dr. Laurent Sabbagh, McGill University

Time: 15h00ET

Recoding of lecture

Dec 13th 2017

Biostatistics 101

Sahar Saeed, PhD trainee, McGill University

Carmine Rossi, Postdoctoral trainee, BCCDC

Time 15hET

Recording of Presentation

Dec 20th 2017

HCV in The Immigrant Populations

Dr. Christina Greenaway, McGill University

Time: 15h00

Recording of lecture

Jan 10th 2018

Nothing About Us Without Us – The Necessity of Engaging People with Lived Experience of HCV in all Areas of the HCV Response


Time: 15h00ET

Recoding of lecture

Feb 14th 2018

Drug Discovery Moving to Other Viruses

Dr. Raymond Schinasi, Emory University

15h ET

Recording of the presentation

Feb 21st 2018

Case Studies in Research Ethics

Dr. Eve Roberts, Dalhousie University

Recording of the presentation

Mar 7th 2018

How to look for funding

Dr. Rafick Sekaly, Case Western University

Time: 15hET

Recording of the presentation

Apr 4th 2018

Standing up for Science & Research/Advocacy in Science

Dr. Jim Woodgett, University of Toronto

Time: 15hET

Recording of the presentation

Apr 18th 2018

Communicating Science to the General Public

Dr. Joe Schwarcz, McGill University

Time: 15ET