Top stories from May 2017 Current Affairs

If you didn’t have a chance to read the May 2017 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.

A family connection
Rebecca Rodrigues was just 11 years old when her older brother, then 16, was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Today, she is studying involuntary hospitalization in those with first-episode psychosis in an effort to shed light on this area of mental health.

Twenty five new CIHR-funded projects for Western researchers
Researchers at Western University are the recipients of a total of $12.4 million in project and bridge grant funding announced by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Using stipends to fund your future
Tomi Nano, Chair of the Graduate Students Council, discusses stipends, why its important for graduate and post-doctoral trainees to understand stipend breakdowns and how students can find new sources of funding to help them progress through their studies.

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