Monthly eNewsletter

The Collaborator – March 2020

Read the March edition to learn more about a legacy of excellence in medical physics, watch Brainstorm videos, read about 3MT finalists and two faculty members who received awards for excellence in teaching, learn more about COVID-19 Travel, Education and Visitor Policy.


The Collaborator – February 2020

Read the February edition to learn more about addressing important questions in research ethics, watch 3MT videos, read about improving care for spinal cord compression, showcase your research at London Health Research Day and discover a number of upcoming events.


The Collaborator – January 2020

Read the January edition to learn about a team of researchers is forming the frontline of defence against some of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases, read about real risks associated with cannabis exposure during pregnancy, showcase your research at London Health Research Day and discover a number of upcoming events.

The Collaborator – November 2019

Read the November edition to view photos from Robarts event, learn how probiotics may protect bees against fatal disease, read about a research team investigating Alzheimer's challenging genetic puzzle and discover a number of upcoming workshops to enhance your skills.


The Collaborator – October 2019

Read the October edition to learn who are the recipients of the Internal Graduate Awards for 2019, learn who the learn how Adrian Owen, PhD, and his team hypothesize that if you’d had a concussion, you’re going to be slower at completing this task, meet Master of Public Health graduate Nour Kachoah, and listen to the student podcast about giving voice to her peers.

The Collaborator – September 2019

Read the September edition to view photos from ImPaKT, read a story of survival and strength spans across borders and to the heights of academia, learn about Dr. Julio Martinez-Trujillo’s research on how eye movement has an important link to memory formation, and discover a number of upcoming workshops to enhance your skills.