Drs. Rob Bartha, Michael Strong, Greg Dekaban, Jane Rylett, Marco Prado, Vania Prado, and Robert Petrella are using a collaborative approach that focuses on early detection and easing the strain on adults living with Alzheimer’s and their families.
Demystifying frontotemporal dementia Unwavering determination earned PhD Candidate Tamara Tavares first place at Western's Three Minute Thesis competition in 2017. Through her success, she has raised awareness of frontotemporal dementia at the University level and beyond.
Embarking on new challenges The new year brings new challenges and opportunities. Doug Jones, PhD, discusses what is in store for the future of graduate studies.
Blending her passions of arts and science MSc Candidate Pardis Baha’s love of teaching has earned her a spot on Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley’s 2017 Honour List for her creation of the Lambton Youth Jazz Orchestra.
An interdisciplinary approach to HIV/AIDS research Art Poon, PhD, assistant professor, Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, is a bioinformaticist using an interdisciplinary research approach to the problem of tracking HIV-1 transmission rates and detecting outbreaks.
Submit your abstract for London Health Research Day The deadline to submit your abstract for London Health Research Day is January 30. Don't miss out on the opportunity to gain valuable experience, receive feedback on your research, and network with your peers.
Top stories from November 2017 Current Affairs Did you miss the November 2017 issue of Current Affairs? Read the top stories on turning personal experience into a bustling career, fostering young minds in the lab, and an imaging scholar's Polanyi Prize success.
Beyond the Bench - January 2018 From holiday gatherings to new year celebrations and conferences to lab outings, check out what your colleagues and graduate trainees have been up to in the past two months.
CIHR Funding received Stephen Renaud, PhD, Assistant Professor with the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, on receiving a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator Grant in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health.