Schulich making headlines

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Schulich faculty weighed in on breast cancer research, ALS research, and Heart and Stroke Foundation findings in recent news stories:

Dr. Ross Feldman commented in the London Free Press on a new study from the Heart and Stroke Foundation that found Canadians are downplaying their health risks.

Former medical school dean, Dr. Robert McMurtry continues to make news in his battle against wind turbines with stories in the Windsor Star and Chatham Daily News.

ALS researchers at Robarts were interviewed by the London Free Press after the death of Heather Snell at age 49. She and her friends raised funds for Dr. Michael Strong's research.

Ann Chambers had an article she wrote about breast cancer research published in the Gulf Times, a daily newspaper in Qatar.

BMSc student Hayley Nell was named the OUA Athlete of the Week

Dr. David Spence was in the Winnipeg Free Press, CTV online and other Canadian Press newspapers commenting on how mini-strokes affect the brain.