If you didn’t have a chance to read the April 2016 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.
An unexpected path to regenerative medicine
A background in veterinary sciences has been an asset for Niamh Richmond, MSc Candidate, who researches infantile hemangioma — a stem cell-derived tumor that occurs in approximately 10 per cent of all newborn births in North America.
Making personal wellness your number one priority
This month, Andrew Watson, PhD, associate dean, discusses the importance of prioritizing your physical and mental health, and how to seek help on campus if you or someone you know are feeling unwell.
The yin and yang of cannabis research
After working in industrial positions in France, Justine Renard, PhD, made a career change to quench her insatiable thirst for knowledge. The postdoctoral fellow now studies the harmful and beneficial roles cannabis plays on psychiatric diseases.
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