Professor Ron Baecker will join a panel of U of T's experts on Health and Ageing, part National Science Literacy Week and U of T’s Science and Engineering Engagement.
To celebrate National Science Literacy Week U of T’s Science and Engineering Engagement (S.E.E.) is hosting a free panel discussion on Health Care and Aging featuring prominent U of T Researchers. The discussion will be moderated by Kate Allen of the Toronto Star.
Free tickets can be reserved through Eventbrite and will be available at the door.
- The future of assisted and unassisted death in Canada – James Downar, Critical Care and Palliative Care Physician UHN / Assistant Professor, U of T
- The Fruits and Nuts of Better Brain Aging – Carol Greenwood, Professor, Department of Nutritional Sciences
- The Grey Tsunami: Can our healthcare system cope? Mike Carter, Professor, Centre for Research in Healthcare Engineering, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
- Technologies for aging gracefully: how we can keep socially isolated and lonely seniors better connected to family and friends – Ron Baecker, Professor of Computer Science
- Kerry Bowman, Clinical Ethicist, Mount Sinai Hospital / Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine
More about the Expert Panel