Trainees in the News

Scheim stands among nation's elite

Ayden Scheim has been preparing for this moment his entire life.

Scheim dropped out of high school when he was 16 years old to work on health programming for transgender youth in his community...

PhD student eyes kidney patient fracture risks

As if kidney disease wasn’t bad enough on its own.

U.S. studies have confirmed bone fracture risks are significantly higher for kidney transplant patients due to diminished bone mass early in the course of kidney disease...

Postdoc unravels secrets to implant effectiveness

There’s a saying in neuroscience: ‘Neurons that fire together wire together.’ Dan Stolzberg wants to better understand how those ‘firing neurons’ impact the success of cochlear implants...

Strong Bones featured on Rogers

We take a look at a program organized by graduate students in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry to deliver science and research awareness to the community. For more information on this program, please visit Strong Bones, Strong Minds, Strong Muscles.