Highlighting 'invisible' populations Greta Bauer, PhD, is helping to bring greater visibility to marginalized populations and creating better health outcomes for people in these communities.
A dose of perspective Roger Hudson, an MSc Candidate, is researching how different doses of Tetrahydrocannabinol and Cannabidiol interact and effect learning and neutral and emotional memory.
Science Says - October Dave Edgell, PhD, answers the question, "With CRISPR, is the solution to many diseases a matter of more computer power and more efficient delivery of the tool?”
Beyond the Bench - October 2017 Already two months into the school year, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry is buzzing with activity. Check out what your colleagues and graduate trainees have been up to this month.
Prescribed Ethics Is altruism a fading ideal in the profession of medicine? Dr. Wael Haddara says research suggests altruism is 'fluid' in meaning and relative to societal and systemic issues.
Lloy Wylie advances compassionate care thanks to AMS Phoenix Grant Thanks to a thematic grant from AMS Phoenix, Lloy Wylie, PhD, will be mobilizing a project across Southwestern Ontario, specifically looking at improving equity in health care delivery for underserviced populations including Indigenous, immigrant and refugee communities and patients with mental illness.