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March 22 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Dr. Juliet Daniel, a cancer biologist and the associate dean of research and external relations in the Faculty of Science at McMaster University, will present Dances of the Cure-abbean: Kaiso and breast cancer disparities in Black women as part of the College of Biological Science’s Community Seminar Series.

The event will be held in the SSC Atrium and online via Teams – view event details.

Dr. Daniel’s research is focused on elucidating molecular mechanisms of cancer development and molecular/genetic causes of the disparities in incidence and poor outcomes of breast cancer in Black women. She is a co-founder of the Canadian Black Scientists Network.

The CBS Community Seminar Series is designed to promote the work and visibility of biologists from equity-deserving groups, increase awareness of barriers to inclusion facing biologists, and provide opportunities to learn about equity, diversity and inclusion. There will be two seminars per year, each presented by departmental EDI committees, with support from the college.

Refreshments will be provided.

If you require an accommodation, please reach out to Dr. Rebecca Shapiro at


Waasamowin – Summerlee Science Complex Atrium
474-570 Gordon St
Guelph, ON N1G 1Y2 Canada
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Event is open to
U of G students, U of G faculty and staff, The public