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REMINDER: Presentation: Avenues of cooperation among Argentinian and Canadian scientific agencies (Monday, April 11 at 12:00)

The Office of Research Services has received the following information which we are forwarding to our e-mail list members:

SFU International is pleased to invite you to a presentation by Dr. Rolando González-José. Dr. González-José will present on avenues for collaboration with Argentinian scientific agencies including Argentina's National Council of Science and Technology (CONICET) and the National Patagonian Center for Research (CENPAT). Dr. González-José  is a CONICET researcher and serves as Director of CENPAT (more information below). 

Title: Avenues of cooperation among Argentinian and Canadian scientific agencies: An introduction to CONICET and the specific case of CENPAT 
Date: Monday, April 11, 2016
Time: 12:00 to 1:30 
Location: IRMACS Theatre

Please contact SFU International if you have any further questions at sfui@sfu.ca, 778.782.9474.

See attached for further info.

About Dr.Rolando González-José

Rolando González-José, PhD is a Patagonian-born CONICET researcher (Argentina's National Council of Science and Technology). He is the Director of the National Patagonian Center for Research (CENPAT) and the Director of the Patagonian Institute of Human and Social Sciences. He is also the former President of the Argentinian Association of Biological Anthropology (2009-2011) and the current Vice-President of the Latin American Association of Biological Anthropology. He studies population genetics of both extinct and extant human groups, hominid craniofacial variation and evolution, America’s settlement, admixed human populations, hunter-gatherer populations, morphological integration, geometric morphometrics, and quantitative genetics. His publications are focused on the micro evolutionary events that took place during the settlement of the New World. More recently, he has turned his focus on modern, admixed populations from Latin America. He holds numerous collaborations with American, European, and Latin American colleagues.

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