LINDSAY on a Touch Table
LINDSAY software will be featured during the Reopening Celebration of the Health Sciences Library in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary on 27 February 2012. The event will start at 1:30 pm.
The Kimmett Cup Story on National TV
On February 10, 2012, CBC's daily news show "The National" aired a story about the 2012 Kimmett Cup.
There is also a very brief mention of the LINDSAY Virtual Human project.
Please watch the video from the CBC website.
Kimmett Cup a Success Story
The 2012 Kimmett Cup was another highly successful and truly uplifting event. In the end, $25,000 were raised to support the LINDSAY Virtual Human project. We sincerely thank everybody who contributed to this fantastic success. We all had much fun and great memories of Lindsay Leigh.
We are particularly grateful for this year's Kimmett Cup Co-Chairs: our appreciation goes to Jason Baserman,Joe MacLellan, and Reid Kimmett for all their dedication and hard work.
LINDSAY Team Receives $100,000 Donation
The LINDSAY Virtual Human team received a cheque of $100,000 from the Lindsay Leigh Kimmet foundation. This money was collected as part of the 2011 Tournament of Aces.
Our LINDSAY team and the Department of Undergraduate Medical Education at the University of Calgary want to express their sincere THANK YOU to everybody who contributed to the success of this event and to all the donors, who made this fabulous contribution possible.
Research Opportunities for Students
The LINDSAY Virtual Human team is always looking for enthusiastic students at the undergraduate or graduate level.
We have positions available for graduate students at the Master's and Ph.D. level. We are now reviewing applicants to start in January 2012 or September 2012.
We are also seeking undergraduate or graduate students interested in Research Summer placements. We are now considering applicants for summer 2012.
An exciting and fun golf tournament!
A Brief Video Demonstrating LINDSAY Features
Multi-scale modeling, E. coli simulation, renal system visualization, blood clotting model, interactive fly-throughs, blood oxygenation, anatomy presentation in the classroom