A multi-disciplinary team of researchers, led by scientists in London and Toronto, is developing a simple tool that could one day make it easier to choose the best available cancer treatments for individual patients and improve their chances for survival.
In the fields of medicine and law, Western’s latest Distinguished University Professorship (DUP) winners emulate the motivation behind why the award was created. In honouring faculty who have built a record of excellence in the areas of teaching, research and service over a substantial career at Western, this year’s recipients receive an award of $10,000 to support their scholarly activities and will deliver a public lecture at a future date. This year’s DUP winners are:
Diving with sharks. Creating ‘skin’ for buildings. Sailing with pirates on the fringes of capitalism.
The Western community is mourning the death of Chinyere (Chi-Chi) Okonkwoh, a Faculty of Information and Media Studies student, who died Sunday, March 10 at her home in Nigeria after a lengthy illness.