Top stories from April 2017 Current Affairs
If you didn’t have a chance to read the April 2017 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.
Diabetic mothers passing on more than just genetic characteristics to their children
While it is widely known those with diabetes have a greater risk of developing heart failure, Dr. Qingping Feng has discovered through his research that diabetic mothers have a greater risk of bearing children with severe congenital heart abnormalities.
London Health Research Day: Shining a light on opportunity
Tomi Nano, Chair of the Graduate Students Council, and Terenz Escartin, MSc Candidate, discuss the value of London Health Research Day and how the event can help graduate trainees tackle the question of 'What's next?' when thinking about their future.
Trainees secure a first and second place finish in the 3MT finals
On April 5, Tamara Tavares, Dr. Shane Smith and Pascaline Kahio represented Schulich Medicine & Dentistry at the Western University finals of the Three Minute Thesis Competition and brought home big wins for the School.
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