2015 was an exciting year for the Current Affairs newsletters. From profiles on the exciting research that our trainees and postdoctoral fellows are working on to informative monthly messages, we've recapped the top performing stories from this past year.
A journey from sport to science An alumnus of the Canadian National Volleyball Team and three-time athlete of the year at Dalhousie University, Jeff Weiler, PhD, has used his passion for athletics to fuel his research. He is now finding his stride as a postdoctoral fellow, working on another type of movement.
Networking: How to stand out and get noticed Networking offers many advantages, including ultimately helping you land your dream job. Andrew Watson, PhD, associate dean, provides nine tips to help you make the most of networking opportunities.
Wrapping up the semester for the holidays Alex Moszczynski, chair, Graduate Students Council, reflects on the events and activities that the Council has accomplished this semester, and what it has planned for the New Year.
International interest in infectious diseases Growing up in West Africa, Hinissan Pascaline Kohio knew she wanted to do research on the biological processes that lead to infectious diseases. Now this PhD Candidate is building her expertise to eventually share it with her home country of Burkina Faso.
Celebrating our achievements This month, we would like to congratulate graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows from several Schulich Medicine & Dentistry departments on their recent awards and publications.
London Health Research Day – March 29, 2016 Mark your calendars for London Health Research Day 2016, which will showcase outstanding research by students, trainees and postdoctoral scholars from across the city of London. Dr. Peter Libby, a cardiovascular specialist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, will deliver the lunchtime keynote lecture.
Listen online to the Radiology podcast Grace Parraga, PhD, discusses her recent publication "COPD: Do Imaging Measurements of Emphysema and Airway Disease Explain Symptoms and Exercise Capacity?".
A night to remember The 2015 Leaders in Innovation Dinner featured comedian Martin Short, and delivered humour, poignant moments and a true sense of camaraderie among guests.
Current Affairs – Share your story ideas Do you have news and accomplishments to share, or an idea for a feature or profile story? We are looking for your input for upcoming editions of the Current Affairs newsletter.