Welcome to the Schulich Research Office Website!
Research Office Moving on December 13.
The Schulich Medicine & Dentistry Research Office will move on Friday, December 13 from Robarts to the Clinical Skills Building, Second Floor.
If you have upcoming grant applications with deadlines in December, please allow additional time to obtain required signatures.
Results of the Collaborative Research Seed Grant competition
We are very pleased to announce the recipients of Schulich’s Collaborative Research Seed Grants (CRSG).
CRSG provides seed funding for the formation and development of new interdisciplinary collaborative research teams. The intent is: (1) to promote new collaborations that build on different scientific and scholarly backgrounds; (2) to facilitate breakthroughs in solving research questions in a collaborative manner; and (3) to position Schulich researchers to successfully respond to targeted RFPs from Tri-Council or other external funding agencies.
Click here for results.
A Sample of Recent Publications by Schulich Researchers
Roy A. Fields WC. Rocha-Resende C. Resende RR. Guatimosim S. Prado VF. Gros R. Prado MA. Cardiomyocyte-secreted acetylcholine is required for maintenance of homeostasis in the heart. FASEB Journal. 27(12):5072-82, 2013 Dec.
Nadeau M. Rosas-Arellano MP. Gurr KR. Bailey SI. Taylor DC. Grewal R. Lawlor DK. Bailey CS. The reliability of differentiating neurogenic claudication from vascular claudication based on symptomatic presentation. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 56(6):372-7, 2013 Dec.
Battista JJ. Johnson C. Turnbull D. Kempe J. Bzdusek K. Van Dyk J. Bauman G. Dosimetric and radiobiological consequences of computed tomography-guided adaptive strategies for intensity modulated radiation therapy of the prostate. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics. 87(5):874-80, 2013 Dec 1.
Glicksman JT. Franklin JH. Shepherd J. Rotenberg BW. An endonasal approach to the resection of a papillary seromucinous adenocarcinoma of the Eustacian tube. Journal of Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery. 42:12, 2013.
Eilaghi A. Brooks J. d'Esterre C. Zhang L. Swartz RH. Lee TY. Aviv RI. Reperfusion is a stronger predictor of good clinical outcome than recanalization in ischemic stroke. Radiology. 269(1):240-8, 2013 Oct.
Lim R. Forward KE. Laundry detergent pod ingestion. Pediatric Emergency Care. 29(9):1053-4, 2013 Sep.