Congratulations to...

Dr. Hema Gangam received The Hippocratic Council Windsor Clinician Teaching Award. Dr. Gangam is the Paediatric Clerkship Coordinator and manages a paediatric neurology practice.

The 2017 Schulich UWindsor Research Program (SWORP) participants, their supervisors and research projects:

Kyle DeMars and Nathan Tam    
Socio-economic impact of a regional medical campus in Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Supervisors: Dr. Maher El-Masri (Nursing), Dr. Gerry Cooper (Medicine)    

Andrew Fetz    
Assessing baseline factors that affect neurocognitive testing in paediatric concussions
Supervisor: Dr. Joseph Casey (Psychology)

Jasleen Grewal
Exercise as a treatment option for children with ADHD: An observational study
Supervisor: Dr. Sharon Burey (Nursing)    

Lakshmi Kamala and Songyuan (Sarah) Zhang    
Spinal cord mannequin design and build project
Supvisor: Dr. Jill Urbanic (Engineering)

Ross Lepara     
Evaluating and understanding interprofessional contributions to small group learning in pre-clerkship medical education: A mixed methods approach
Supvisory: Selinda Berg, PhD (cand.) (Leddy Library, Information Services)

Aaron Truesdell and Alex Prescello
The association of nutritional risk assessment of Emergency Department patients and hospital admission/discharge
Supervisor: Dr. Sarah Woodruff (Kinesiology, Faculty of Human Kinetics)    

Dylan Russelo
Predictors of post-concussion psychiatric symptomatology    
Supervisor: Dr. Christopher Abeare (Psychology)

Joshua Samsoondar
The role of Spy 1 in liver metabolism and tumor development    
Supervisor: Dr. Lisa Porter (Biology)

Sahil Sharma     
Getting the best GRIP on high blood pressure: Does GRIP type matter?
Supervisor: Dr. Cheri McGowan (Kinesiology, Faculty of Human Kinetics)

Tina Zhou    
A genome-wide expression screen of circadian controlled genes
Supervisor: Dr. Phillip Karpowicz (Faculty of Science)