33rd Annual Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day

Department of Psychiatry

The Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day is one of the longest running events in the Cumming School of Medicine.

Registration is now open for the 2020 Research Day. Please click here to reserve your spot.

The event will be held on Friday March 6, 2020.

This year, the research day will be partnered with the Department of Psychiatry's Quarterly Update: Anxiety Half Day.

The Quarterly Update will be held 12:15PM - 4:15PM at the Clara Christie Theatre, Health Sciences Centre as part of the inaugural Departmental Research and Education Day

**Please consider submitting an Abstract to Present your Research, Research Plans or Research Ideas**

Abstract forms are now available for the 2020 Research Day, here.

The Keynote speaker will be Dr. Nicole Kozloff from CAMH and the University of Toronto.

Dr. Nicole Kozloff

"If you build it, will they come? Optimizing service delivery for youth and emerging adults with serious mental illness."

An additional Keynote presentation will feature the renowned author Prof. Frank Stahnisch, from the Department of History

Prof. Stahnisch holds the Alberta Medical Foundation/Hannah Professorship in the History of Medicine and Healthcare.

Prof. Frank Stahnisch

Contextualizing Dr. Sebastian Klaus Littmann's (1931-1986) Career within Psychiatry's Community-Based Transitions, 1970s--1980s -- A CJP Paper Summary

The event is held at the FMC Auditorium & Coombs Theatre - we have some maps & videos that show you how to find the venue (click to see them) .

Archives from past research days are available here

If you are interested in the life of Sebastian K. Littmann, there is a book that contains lots of information.

Written by Prof. Paul J. Weindling, it is a biography of Dr. Littmann's adoptive father, Dr. John W. Thompson.

Click here for more information

Biographical information from CAMH can be found here.

Past Seb Littmann Day Award Winners

Past Seb Littmann Day Keynote Speakers


Please contact Nancy: by clicking here .

Link to the Department of Psychiatry