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Madison Rilling

FRQ / Quebec's Chief Scientist Student Committee
Student advisor
Canada
By day, I am a clinical medical physicist working in radiation oncology. By night, I am finishing up my PhD in Physics at Université Laval, using optical engineering in medical physics to develop a new clinical tool for measuring radiation doses in cancer treatments. Parallel to this, I'm involved in research administration, science policy and women in STEM initiatives. As a senior member of Quebec's Chief Scientist (Rémi Quirion)'s Intersectoral Student Committee (Comité intersectoriel étudiant des Fonds de recherche du Québec), I work with 10 other students from across Quebec to advise the Chief Scientist on matters relative to the accessibility of research funding, the promotion of research excellence locally and internationally, and issues regarding the education and training of student researchers as well as their greater involvement and valorization within society.
Wednesday, November 7
 

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Thursday, November 8
 

7:45am EST

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12:30pm EST

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2:15pm EST

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Friday, November 9
 

7:45am EST

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1:00pm EST