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Promotional material

To help get the word out for this new conference, we have made promotional materials available for download from this page. Feel free to use them to raise awareness of the event to your audience (ie. posting them on your website, emailing them to newsletter subscribers, printing them for posting on campus, etc).

You are also free to excerpt them and/or reformat as needed for your purposes.

Sharing this website and other content through your professional social media networks is also welcome.



Downloads:

Faculty and Department Coordinators: it will be appreciated if you can post notices of the Call for Poster Presentations in the appropriate areas around your departments, offices, and classrooms or labs. PDFs are provided in both French and English, and in Letter (8.5x11) and Tabloid (11x17) paper sizes. Thank you.

Call for Poster Presentations - English (pdf, 8.5x11)   Call for Poster Presentations - Francais (pdf, 8.5x11)
Call for Poster Presentations - English (pdf, 11x17)   Call for Poster Presentations - Francais (pdf, 11x17)
Call for Poster Presentations - English (Word docx, 8.5x11)

PCRC Registration Open - English with Speaker lineup (pdf, 8.5x11)
PCRC Registration Open - English with Speaker lineup (pdf, 11x17)
PCRC Registration Open - English with Speaker lineup (Word docx, 8.5x11)


Interview requests

For media requests, contact:

Christian Durand
Communications Advisor,
Office of Research
Christian.Durand@concordia.ca
(514) 848-2424 ext 7341
Laura Campanelli
Administrative Assistant,
PERFORM Centre
Laura.Campanelli@concordia.ca
(514) 848-2424 ext 4065



News & Articles

In the news:
Ed Whitlock Award underlines the significance of preventive health research
Outstanding doctoral candidate honoured at key PERFORM Centre conference
In the news:
The best and the brightest converge at PERFORM
Inaugural research conference on physical activity and brain function
In the news:
How exercise keeps your mind young
The PERFORM Centre's Louis Bherer has shown that physical activity can prevent cognitive decline in old age
In the news:
Marathoner teams up with PERFORM scientific director to talk lifelong fitness
Louis Bherer and Ed Whitlock talk exercise, lifestyle and aging well



Questions? Contact us at performcentre@concordia.ca


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