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

They run from September 2019 to March 2020 on Wednesdays at  15.00 EST - check the schedule below.

All the webinars are available for download - simply click on the link. 

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


2019 - 2020

Sep 18th 2019


Norma Choucha, CanHepC


Oct 2nd 2019

Grant Writing 101

Speaker: Christopher Richardson, Dalhousie University

Time:  15h00 ET


Oct 16th 2019

The new Blueprint for Hepatitis C and what it means

Speaker: Jordan Feld, University of Toronto

Time:  15h00 ET


Oct 30th 2019

The PHAC STBBI Strategy

Speaker: Geneviève Tremblay, Public Health Agency of Canada, Government of Canada

Time:  15h00 ET


Nov 13th 2019

How to write a good research paper

Speaker: Naglaa Shoukry, Université de Montréal

Time:  15h00 ET



Nov 27th 2019

The role of bioinformatics in understanding HCV pathogenesis and implications for diagnosis and management of chronic liver disease

Speaker: Sonya MacParland, University of Toronto

Time:  15h00 ET

Recording not available

Dec 4th 2019

The development of drugs from start to finish in the pharmaceutical industry

Speaker:  George Kukolj, Janssen Infectious Disease

Time:  15h00 ET


Dec 18th 2019

The role of biobanks and surveillance databases in guiding HCV elimination efforts

Speaker: Mel Krajden, University of British Columbia

Time:  15h00 ET


Jan 15th 2020

Experience of a residential school survivor. Reconciliation towards better future.

Speaker: Carrielynn Lund, CAAN

Time:  15h00 ET


Jan 29th 2020

Case studies and ethical issues in the treatment of hepatitis C

Speaker: Eve Roberts, Dalhousie University

Time:  15h00 ET



Feb 12th 2020

What is the impact of hepatitis C in first nations’ communities? Is treatment reaching these patients soon enough?

Speaker:  Alexandra King, University of Saskatchewan

Time:  15h00 ET


Mar 11th 2020

How are clinical trials with potential HCV vaccines being approached? What is the likelihood of success in the near future?

Speaker: John Law, University of Alberta

Time: 15h00 ET

Mar 25th 2020

The new Canadian approach to HIV and STBBI: The implications for young investigators from a funder perspective

Speaker: Geneviève Boily-Larouche, CIHR

Time:  15h00 ET