Read the June edition to learn more about the four scientists and scholars named Canada Research Chairs, learn more about a collaboratie project helping inform hospital decision-making during the pandemic. ImPaKT team expands research to target variants of concern. Celebrating the Class of 2021.
Read the May edition to learn more about the ImPaKT Facility is ground zero for training research leaders to tackle the next pandemic, learn more about engaging the community in cancer research, and read about how Araf Ahmed, MPH Candidate, is making an impact beyond the classroom. The Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS) program welcomed its first cohort this week.
Read the April edition to learn more about the $3.2 million awarded to clinical researchers, read about fifteen trainees who received research awards at the annual Imaging Network of Ontario Symposium, learn more about fighting infection by harnessing teh competitative nature of bacteria, and Trans PULSE Canada highlights diverse experineces of trans and non-binary Canadians.
Read the March edition to learn more about the six interdisciplinary teams receving funding, read about the CIHR Project Grant recipients, learn more about genomic surveillance programs have tracked more than 300,000 unique genetic versions of the virus, developming an equitable health system and using your genes to detect arrhythmias.
Read the February edition to learn more about three research teams receiving funding for education research, read about using cancer cells to treat cancer, find out the CT perfusion technology guides and assesses treatment for stroke and cancer patients around the world.
Read the January edition to learn more about training the 21st Century Scientist, read about the online course that aims to build pandemic resilience, find out if genetics can optimize durg therapy and learn more about a vanguard innovator who may have found first-ever sepsis treatment.
Read the November edition to learn more about training the 21st Century Scientist, read about the online course that aims to build pandemic resilience, find out if genetics can optimize durg therapy and learn more about a vanguard innovator who may have found first-ever sepsis treatment.
Read the October edition to learn more about exploring fantastic life forms, read about Thomas Drysdale, PhD, Associate Dean, learn more about a Public health graduate focuses on the big picture, and a PhD graduate researching a 'safe haven'.
Read the September edition to learn more guiding COVID-19 policy decision and outcomes, watch Brainstorm videos, read about the national recognition for trainees at Canadian Student Health Research Forum, learn more about Susanne Schmid, PhD, Vice Dean, Basic Medical Sciences.